BC3. Basque centre for climate change – Klima aldaketa ikergai

Klimagune Summer School Training Caravan Seminars UPV BC3

Seminario/Mintegia 21st April

Seminar / Mintegia / Seminario
Species interaction networks, global change and restoration 

Lecturer: Dr. Daniel Montoya
Life Sciences Building, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom.


Network perspectives of biological communities are increasingly recognised as an important tool for guiding conservation policies. The reason for this is that network properties underpin many aspects of the structure and stability of biological communities, as well as the provision of fundamental ecosystem functions and services such as pollination, decomposition, biomass production, pest control, and water regulation. In this talk I will use a food web approach to address several aspects of the structure, stability and dynamics of complex biological communities. I will also present ongoing research exploring the effects of climate change in food webs, as well as examples of how species interaction networks approaches can be applied in restoration ecology.

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[*] Limited capacity. Registration is mandatory

21st of April 12:00-13:00, BC3 Offices (Alameda Urquijo 4, 4º)

* The Seminar will be in English. / Mintegia ingelesez burutuko da. / El seminario se realizará en inglés.


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