Yearly Archives: 2019

Landscape connectivity explains interaction network patterns at multiple scales

Recently I published a paper assessing the extent to which fragment connectivity and area explain patterns in interaction structure among four herbivore insect guilds and their host plants. We studied natural communities in habitat fragments surrounded by vineyards in Valle

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Claudia Luna will be visiting us from La Serena

Claudia Luna Morales, a Ph.D. student from the University of La Serena, Chile, will be visiting us for a week to work on analyses of her thesis work. Claudia is studying the responses of plant-frugivore interaction networks to fragmentation in

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Annual group retreat in El Leoncito Astronomical Complex

Last week we had our annual group retreat, this time in El Leoncito Astronomical Complex, located in El Leoncito National Park, San Juan. The idea of the retreat is to mix academic activity with walks in natural areas and other

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Agustín Vitali is visiting from Bariloche

Agustín Vitali, a Ph.D. from INIBIOMA (CONICET-Comahue National University), Bariloche, is visiting us for three weeks to work on a thesis chapter/paper about the impact of introduced ungulates on plant-animal mutualisms. Welcome Agustín!

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Successful fellowship applications for three current and future lab members

We have recently heard excellent news regarding applications for research fellowships. María Pascual Tudanca was awarded a CIN fellowship from the National Interuniversity Council of Argentina to conduct research with our group to finish her undergraduate studies at the National

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