University of Ljubljana, Jamnikarjeva 101, Slovenia, Ljubljana

Maja is a researcher at SubBioLab (link. at the Department of Biology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. She is studying distribution and biodiversity patterns at various geographical scales, with her main focus being on species living in caves and other subterranean habitats. Part of her research is dedicated to bats, with projects related to studies of bat distribution, ecology as well as conservation. Recently, she was involved in a project devoted to mitigating the negative effects of light pollution on bats and their habitats (especially roosts). Her research includes managing species distribution datasets, mapping, GIS analyses and spatial statistical modelling. More info can be found at