- Research Grants
Daniel Wisbech Carstensen in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
The application of network theory in ecology has brought about great advances in the study of communities and biotic interactions over the last twenty years. More recently, acknowledging that such networks are not static, the field has seen an increased focus on their dynamics. Current advances have especially focused on temporal dynamics, showing that variation over time in species com...
Networks have been increasingly used to model ecological community structure and function. While structural properties of such networks are conserved over time and space, it is now well established that the identities of interactions within them are highly variable. However, we know very little about the underlying mechanisms and drivers of this variation. Here we propose that ecologica...
We study the spatial and temporal variation in plant-pollinator interaction networks. Primarily we study the variation of network substructure across space, using modularity analysis. Furthermore, the build-up and break down of networks across time and space. (AU)
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