The Influence of Urbanization and Fire Disturbance on Plant-floral Visitor Mutualistic Networks

@article{BealNeves2020TheIO,
  title={The Influence of Urbanization and Fire Disturbance on Plant-floral Visitor Mutualistic Networks},
  author={Mariana Beal-Neves and C. V. Ely and Marjorie Westerhofer Esteves and B. Blochtein and R. A. Lahm and {\'E}verton Luis Luz de Quadros and Pedro M A Ferreira},
  journal={Diversity},
  year={2020},
  volume={12},
  pages={141}
}
The biodiversity loss resulting from rising levels of human impacts on ecosystems has been extensively discussed over the last years. The expansion of urban areas promotes drastic ecological changes, especially through fragmentation of natural areas. Natural grassland remnants surrounded by an urban matrix are more likely to undergo disturbance events. Since grassland ecosystems are closely related to disturbances such as fire and grazing, grassland plant communities, pollinators, and their… Expand
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