Conference Contributions

Conference Contributions (Talks and Posters)

Fründ J, Eveleigh E, McCann K (2016) Temporal dynamics of host-parasitoid foodwebs in relation to spruce budworm outbreaks. Talk at the annual meeting of the GfÖ (Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Marburg.

Fründ J, McCann KS, Williams NM (2015) A simple model generating realistic quantitative networks highlights sampling bias in specialization and network metrics. Talk at the annual meeting of the GfÖ (Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Göttingen.

Schleuning M, Fründ J, García D (2015) A trait‐based concept for integrating the structural and functional components of plant‐animal interactions. Talk at the annual meeting of the GfÖ (Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Göttingen.

Fründ J, McCann KS, Eveleigh ES, MacKinnon WE  (2015) Dynamics of parasitoid communities and characteristics of spruce budworm outbreaks in relation to forest composition. Talk at the IALE World Congress, Portland. (presented by James P)

Schleuning M, Fründ J, García D (2015) A trait-based concept to integrate structural and functional components of plant-frugivore interactions. Talk at the 6th International Symposium-Workshop on Frugivores & Seed Dispersal, Drakensberg.

García D, Donoso I, Schleuning M, Fründ J (2015) Towards a functional view of seed dispersal networks: a framework based on seed disperser effectiveness and plant fate. Talk at the 6th International Symposium-Workshop on Frugivores & Seed Dispersal, Drakensberg.

Williams NM, Fründ J (2014) Agricultural land use modifies plant-pollinator interaction networks. Talk at the annual meeting of the ESA (Ecological Society of America), Sacramento.

Fründ J, McCann K, Williams NM (2014). Quantitative specialization measures in interaction networks and whether they can predict functional consequences across diversity levels. Talk at the annual meeting of the ESA (Ecological Society of America), Sacramento.

Fründ J, Dormann CF, Holzschuh A, Tscharntke T (2012). Bee diversity and functional complementarity effects on pollination ‐ an experimental test. Poster at the annual meeting of the GfÖ (Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Lüneburg.

Fründ J (2012). Artenvielfalt von Wildbienen und anderen bestäubenden Insekten und ihre funktionelle Bedeutung für Wild- und Kulturpflanzen. Talk at the CBD-Expertentagung, Bundesamt für Naturschutz, Vilm.

Fründ J, Dormann CF, Holzschuh A, Tscharntke T (2012). Mechanisms of pollinator diversity effects on pollination in experimental plant communities. Symposium Talk at the annual meeting of the ESA (Ecological Society of America), Portland.

Fründ J (2012). Null models for ecological interaction webs. Talk at the Young Modellers Workshop, Craheim.

Fründ J, Dormann CF, Holzschuh A, Tscharntke T (2012). Importance of bee diversity for pollination of plant communities mediated by dynamic niche complementarity. Talk at the Multitrophic Interactions Workshop, Göttingen.

Fründ J, Dormann CF, Holzschuh A, Tscharntke T (2011). Functional complementarity drives the effect of bee diversity on pollination. Talk at the EEF (European Ecological Federation) Congress, Ávila, Spain.

Fründ J, Dormann CF, Tscharntke T (2011). Linné’s floral clock is slow without pollinators – flower closure and plant-pollinator interaction webs. Poster at the Conference ‘Functions and Services of Biodiversity’, Göttingen.

Schleuning M, Fründ J, Klein A-M, Dormann CF, Blüthgen N, Abrahamczyk S, Alarcón R, Albrecht M, Andersson G, Bazarian S, Böhning-Gaese K, Bommarco R, Dalsgaard B, Dehling M, Gotlieb A, Hagen M, Hickler T, Holzschuh A, Kaiser-Bunbury C, Morris RJ, Sandel B, Sutherland W, Svenning J-C, Templin M, Tscharntke T, Watts S, Weiner C, Werner M, Williams NM, Winqvist C (2011). Complementary specialization of mutualistic interaction networks decreases towards tropical latitudes. Talk at the annual meeting of the gtö (Society for Tropical Ecology), Frankfurt.

Fründ J, Dormann CF, Holzschuh A, Tscharntke T (2010). Pollinator diversity and the pollination of wild plants in an experimental setting. Talk at the annual meeting of the ESA (Ecological Society of America), Pittsburgh.

Fründ J (2010). Rapid flower closure as a response to pollination. Talk at the Multitrophic Interactions Workshop, Göttingen.

Fründ J, Blüthgen N (2009). Flower preferences of generalist bees and hoverflies compared between interaction webs. Talk at the annual meeting of the DGaaE (German Society for General and Applied Entomology), Göttingen.

Parsche S, Fründ J, Tscharntke T (2008). Does environmental change reduce pollination success by wild bees? Poster at the 38th annual meeting of the GfÖ (Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Leipzig.

Dormann CF, Fründ J, Blüthgen N, Gruber B (2008). Indices, graphs and null models: tools for elucidating the ecological causes of bipartite network topology. Talk at the annual meeting of the the GfÖ (Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Leipzig.

Dormann CF, Fründ J, Blüthgen N, Gruber B (2008). Indices, graphs and null models: tools for elucidating the ecological causes of bipartite network topology. Talk at the annual meeting of the BES, London.

Fründ J, Linsenmair KE, Blüthgen N (2007). Does pollinator diversity and specialization increase with flower diversity? Talk at the annual meeting of the the GfÖ (Ecological Society of Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Marburg.

Fründ J, Meyer CFJ, Kalko EKV (2006). Species sensitivity to fragmentation: bats on land-bridge islands in Gatun Lake, Panama. Poster at the annual meeting of the gtö (Society for Tropical Ecology).

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