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Pollinator networks: structure, stability and land-use

Abstract : « Pollinator networks: structure, stability and land-use » Dr Adam J. Vanbergen, vendredi 22 novembre 2019 à 11h, amphi Monge Pollinators and pollination provide benefits to nature, agriculture and human health and well-being. In this seminar, Dr Vanbergen show how agricultural land-use can affect networks of interactions between insect pollinators and wild plants at habitat and landscape scales. He will present research that shows how cattle introduction to woodlands modify the habitat to affect network structure and stability and wild plant mating success, with implications for plant health. He will also present work that showed how to construct potential plant-pollinator networks at landscape-scale from citizen science data and the effect of biogeographic clines and agricultural land on their structure and robustness to simulated extinctions.
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Adam J. Vanbergen. Pollinator networks: structure, stability and land-use. Séminaire Masters Behavioural Ecology and Wildlife Management. Université de Bourgogne et Franche Comté, Nov 2019, dijon, France. ⟨hal-03246625⟩



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