NCEAS Project 10781

Effects of habitat fragmentation on pollination and reproduction: A synthesis through a meta-analysis approach (Hosted by NCEAS)

  • Marcelo A. Aizen

ActivityDatesFurther Information
Center Associate21st March—20th June 2006Participant List  

Abstract
Dr. Marcelo Aizen, a scholar from Argentina, has received a Fulbright grant to investigate the effects of habitat fragmentation on pollination and reproduction. His grant is fully funded by the U.S./Argentina Fulbright Commission. Dr. Aizen has chosen to use space at NCEAS for his investigation in order to collaborate with other nationally renowned ecologists.

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Data Set Aguilar, Ramiro; Ashworth, Lorena; Aizen, Marcelo A. 2007. Plant reproductive susceptibility to habitat fragmentation meta-analysis. (Abstract) (Online version)
Journal Article Aizen, Marcelo A.; Vazquez, Diego P. 2006. Flowering phenologies of hummingbird plants from the temperate forest of southern South America: is there evidence of competitive displacement?. Ecography . Vol: 29. Pages 357-366.
Journal Article Aizen, Marcelo A.; Harder, L. D. 2007. Expanding the limits of the pollen-limitation concept: Effects of pollen quantity and quality. Ecology. Vol: 88(2). Pages 271-281.
Journal Article Aizen, Marcelo A.; Garibaldi, Lucas A.; Cunningham, Saul; Klein, Alexandra-Maria. 2008. Long-term global trends in crop yield and production reveal no current pollination shortage but increasing pollinator dependency. Current Biology . Vol: 18. Pages 1572-1575.