Ecology and Ecosystems Seminar Series
Dr David Edwards (University of Sheffield) will be giving a seminar in late January. Details to follow.
Oil Palm Adaptive Landscapes, a 6-yr research program spanning Indonesia, Cameroon and Colombia, is funded by SNF/SDC. Interdisciplinary & participatory, biodiversity & ecosystem services, livelihoods, policy, and development - we have it all! Starting in 2015, and recruiting soon.
Forests: A Very Short Introduction
- pre-order now at OUP!
The Future of Milk | 2 Sept 2014
Reforestation: a chance for farmers | 3 June 2014
Future farmers | 19 December 2013
Dark side of coffee | 11 November 2013
Die Pflanze unseres Lebens (The plants of our lives) | NZZ am Sonntag | 23 February 2014 | Article on our oil palm work (in German).
Born, J. et al. (2015) Differential responses of seedlings to microtopography. Biotropica, in press.
Born, J. et al. (2014) Differing life history characteristics support coexistence ... . Biotropica, 46, 58-68.
Braaker, S., et al. (2014) Habitat connectivity shapes urban arthropod communities... Ecology, 95, 1010-1021.
Finger, A. et al. (2014) Genetic connectivity of a moth pollinated tree in a fragmented habitat ... PLOS One. see here
Frei, E., et al. (2014) Plant population differentiation and climate change... Global Change Biology, 20, 441-455.
Ghazoul, J. (2014) Ecological dynamics in fragmented landscapes. Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology see here
Ismail, S.A., et al. (2014) Forest trees in human modified landscapes... PLOS One, 9, e89437.
Kaiser-Bunbury, C., et al. (2014) ... the structure of plant-pollinator networks. Ecology, in press.
Robert Bagchi's research focuses in the processes that maintain biodiversity in natural ecosystems (particularly in the tropics) and how human activity might affect this biodiversity.
Chris Kettle leads the Molecular Ecology and Conservation Genetics research within the Ecosystem Management Group. His work focuses on the implications of human induced landscape changes for reproductive ecology and genetic diversity of plants. He currently has research projects in Borneo, India, Seychelles and Switzerland.
Andrea Pluess’s work focuses on plant population ecology and genetics, in particular on adaptation, phenotypic plasticity and gene flow in the face of land-use change and climate change.
Florian Knaus's work consists of teaching and supervising theses in the fields of conservation, ecosystem management, ecological assessment as well as monitoring and evaluation.
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