Monthly Archives: July 2016

Flower diversity and the reproduction of solitary bees

Post contributed by Jimena Dorado A paper evaluating whether diverse flower communities favor pollinator reproduction just came out in PeerJ. This paper came out from my PhD thesis, in which I was mentored by Diego Vázquez. We had previously found that diverse

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Grazing and the demography of a desert tree

Post contributed by Valeria Aschero I have recently published a paper in Forest Ecology & Management aimed at studying how ungulates influence plant demography and population growth in different consecutive phases of their life cycle. For my PhD thesis (defended in 2011) I wanted to

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