Beta Diversity of Plant-Pollinator Networks and the Spatial Turnover of Pairwise Interactions

@inproceedings{Carstensen2014BetaDO,
  title={Beta Diversity of Plant-Pollinator Networks and the Spatial Turnover of Pairwise Interactions},
  author={Daniel Wisbech Carstensen and Malena C. Sabatino and Kristian Tr\ojelsgaard and Leonor Patricia C. Morellato},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Interactions between species form complex networks that vary across space and time. Even without spatial or temporal constraints mutualistic pairwise interactions may vary, or rewire, across space but this variability is not well understood. Here, we quantify the beta diversity of species and interactions and test factors influencing the probability of turnover of pairwise interactions across space. We ask: 1) whether beta diversity of plants, pollinators, and interactions follow a similar… CONTINUE READING
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