Ecological Networks & Global Change


Welcome to the Ecological Networks and Global Change research group (EcoNetGC). We investigate the structure, dynamics and functioning of networks of species interactions, and the consequences of different components of global change on them. We study different network types (predator-prey, host-parasitoid, free-living mutualists, and bacterial symbionts and their hosts) and global change components (climate change, habitat loss). To answer our questions we use a multidisciplinar perspective, using concepts, models and techniques from ecology, evolution, physics, genetics, or molecular biology. We adopt an integrative approach, combining mathematical and simulation models, analyses of large datasets, and manipulative experiments on mesocosms.



See our new paper in Ecology Letters on how ecologists and policy makers can have a more constructive dialogue to guarantee ecological stability. See the paper here and a press release here.


2 new PhD Fellowships available in Theoretical Ecology.

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See our recent publication on microbe-sponge interaction networks and diversity in Nature Communications here