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In the past two decades the analysis of mutualistic networks has advanced our understanding on the ecology, evolution and co-evolution of plants and pollinators. By moving beyond pairwise interactions, studies of mutualistic networks have revealed large variation in the degree of specialization, have emphasized the importance of particular species for the functioning of the entire mutualistic system and have linked the structure of networks to the stability and functioning of mutualistic systems. Nonetheless, most studies have used aggregated data, or have considered networks in “isolation”. In contrast, mutualistic systems are inherently multi-dimensional: they vary in space and time and often interact with non-mutualistic networks (e.g., plant-herbivore networks). Ecological multilayer networks are a new approach that aims to incorporate such dimensionality into the analysis by explicitly considering processes that operate across networks. As this framework is very new, and owing to the large possibilities in the definition of these networks, the analysis of these networks is not trivial. The purpose of this course is to introduce participants to this new framework and its methodology via hands-on analysis.
Fecha: 04/03/2020
Hora: 09 : 00
Duración: 1 Días 7 Horas 
Localización: Bizkaia Aretoa UPV/EHU: Abandoibarra Etorbidea 3, 48009 Bilbao
Contacto: Leyre Jiménez-Eguizábal
Teléfono: (34) 918997329
Coste: 70 € matrícula ordinaria / 50 € socios AEET y SIBECOL
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