19/03/2023 - 23/03/2023
This is a brainstorming workshop on plant-pollinator-microbiome interactions in high-mountain tropical ecosystems, particularly focused on Northern Andean landscapes of paramo and high-Andean forest that also include anthropogenic land covers of agriculture and urban settlements. We are interested in starting and building on existing work about the nature of pollination systems in the region, possible responses of pollination networks to land use & climate change and sustainable solutions that may benefit both conservation and productive sectors.
- bring together diverse and creative research perspectives
- develop links between leading researchers
- write a Perspectives article highlighting main knowledge gaps and identifying future research avenues
- plan pilot projects for data collection
- outline grant proposals for future funding
A POSITIVE WORKSHOP ENVIRONMENT
We are bringing together researchers from different backgrounds and will host an open, safe and positive environment where respect, tolerance and kindness are the rule. Please make sure your participation contributes to everyone’s well-being during the workshop!
|Host||Cristina Rueda-Uribe, Justin Travis & Greta Bocedi|