German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)

Welcome to the Spatial Interaction Ecology Research Group

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


07.04.2016 | Research, TOP NEWS, Spatial Interaction Ecology
25.01.2016 | TOP NEWS, Research, Spatial Interaction Ecology
28.05.2015 | Media Release, Spatial Interaction Ecology
Head of Research Group
Phone: mail to person +49 341 9733158


Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
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