September 21, 2017
This press release from the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources features BIDS Alumni Lauren Ponisio, whose recent article in Ecology Letters describes her research toward a clearer understanding of how networks of plants and pollinators form over time to create biotic communities. The results of their research could help scientists and conservationists rebuild communities when a species goes locally extinct.
As biotic communities form, pollinators swap one plant for another
Mackenzie Smith | September 18, 2017
Opportunistic attachment assembles plant–pollinator networks
Lauren Ponisio, Marilia Gaiarsa and Claire Kremen | Ecology Letters | September 17, 2017