Great news! NSF awarded to Brosi and Valdovinos the “RAPID: re-wiring of montane pollination networks under severe drought stress”
The Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery & Engineering (MICDE) awarded to DIck, Glaum and Valdovinos the Catalyst Grant: “Embedded Machine Learning Systems To Sense and Understand Pollinator Behavior” U061182 for $90,000. We got some press here and here […]
NetSci 2018 accepted our abstract: “Invading plant-pollinator networks: Aliens’ traits predict their success and network structure predicts their impacts” Valdovinos, F.S., Berlow, E. L. and Martinez, N.D.
This week Nature Communications accepted our article: Valdovinos, F.S., Berlow, E.L., Moisset de Espanés, P., Ramos-Jiliberto, R., Vázquez, D.P., Martinez, N.D. (in press) Species traits and network structure predict the success and impacts of pollinator invasions. Nature Communications
The titles and authors are: “Mutualism in food webs: Persistent pollinators facilitate positive diversity-stability relationships” Sale-Hale, K.R., Valdovinos, F.S. and Martinez, N.D. Organized Oral Session. “Contrasting Topological and Quantitative Structures Drive Stability in Mutualistic Networks” Curtsdotter, A., Brosi B.J., Staniczenko, […]
Bill gave a great seminar in our EEB department and interacted with everybody in the lab.