German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)

Welcome to the Spatial Interaction Ecology Research Group

species coexistence in a changing world

The research group Spatial Interaction Ecology strives to understand how human mediated environmental changes are influencing plant population dynamics, plant-animal interactions and community patterns at multiple spatial scales.  In particular, we focus on the causes and consequences of exotic plant invasions, the role of human perturbations on plant-pollinator interactions and pollen limitation, the restoration of degraded habitats, and forest community dynamics.

Tiffany Knight Dossier


01.01.2020 | Media Release, MLU News, Research, Spatial Interaction Ecology, TOP NEWS
16.09.2019 | Media Release, TOP NEWS, Spatial Interaction Ecology
23.04.2019 | Spatial Interaction Ecology
Head of Research Group
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