Remo Ryser

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Research interests

 

I simulate dynamics in complex foodwebs in different landscapes and complex spatial networks. I am interested in how local trophic dynamics and meta-population dynamics interact in shaping foodweb and meta-foodweb structures.

CV

 

since 10/2016
PhD Thesis at the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig

09/2010 – 07/2015
Studies in biology with focus on ecology and evolution, University of Bern, Switzerland

07/2015
Master of Science
Thesis: Development and evaluation of new methods to study the impact of light pollution on ecological interaction networks

02/2014
Bachelor of Science
Thesis: From dusk till dawn: Day time – night time plant-flower visitors and night time sampling methods

Publications before iDiv

 

Knop, E., Gerpe, C., Ryser, R., Hofmann, F., Menz, M. H., Trösch, S., ... & Fontaine, C. (2018). Rush hours in flower visitors over a day–night cycle. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 11(3), 267-275.

Knop, E., Zoller, L., Ryser, R., Gerpe, C., Hörler, M., & Fontaine, C. (2017). Artificial light at night as a new threat to pollination. Nature, 548(7666), 206.

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Deutscher Platz 5e
04103 Leipzig

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3.210

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+49 341 9733206
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Affiliation

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

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