Noyce Conference Room
  US Mountain Time
Tiffany Knight (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ)

This event is private.

Abstract.  Over the past two decades, pollination ecologists have utilized a network approach to visualize plant-pollinator interactions at the community level.  Despite hundreds of studies quantifying a network of interactions, our ability to synthesize how plant-pollinator interactions change across natural and anthropogenic gradients is still in its infancy.  Here, I will discuss some of my own research which aims to understand changes in networks across long time periods using historical data, changes in networks across natural and anthropogenic gradients using standardized methodology, and links between network structure and plant reproductive success.


Research Collaboration
SFI Host: 
Jennifer Dunne