Christopher Kaiser-Bunbury
Christopher Kaiser-Bunbury
Centre for Ecology and Conservation, University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus
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The robustness of pollination networks to the loss of species and interactions: a quantitative approach incorporating pollinator behaviour
CN Kaiser‐Bunbury, S Muff, J Memmott, CB Müller, A Caflisch
Ecology letters 13 (4), 442-452, 2010
Biodiversity, species interactions and ecological networks in a fragmented world
M Hagen, WD Kissling, C Rasmussen, MAM De Aguiar, LE Brown, ...
Advances in ecological research 46, 89-210, 2012
Ecosystem restoration strengthens pollination network resilience and function
CN Kaiser-Bunbury, J Mougal, AE Whittington, T Valentin, R Gabriel, ...
Nature 542 (7640), 223-227, 2017
Specialization of mutualistic interaction networks decreases toward tropical latitudes
M Schleuning, J Fründ, AM Klein, S Abrahamczyk, R Alarcón, M Albrecht, ...
Current biology 22 (20), 1925-1931, 2012
Conservation and restoration of plant–animal mutualisms on oceanic islands
CN Kaiser-Bunbury, A Traveset, DM Hansen
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 12 (2), 131-143, 2010
The potential for indirect effects between co‐flowering plants via shared pollinators depends on resource abundance, accessibility and relatedness
LG Carvalheiro, JC Biesmeijer, G Benadi, J Fründ, M Stang, I Bartomeus, ...
Ecology letters 17 (11), 1389-1399, 2014
A roadmap for island biology: 50 fundamental questions after 50 years of The Theory of Island Biogeography
J Patińo, RJ Whittaker, PAV Borges, JM Fernández‐Palacios, C Ah‐Peng, ...
Journal of Biogeography 44 (5), 963-983, 2017
Integrating network ecology with applied conservation: a synthesis and guide to implementation
CN Kaiser-Bunbury, N Blüthgen
AoB Plants 7, plv076, 2015
Reconciling conflicting perspectives for biodiversity conservation in the Anthropocene
C Kueffer, CN Kaiser-Bunbury
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (2), 131-137, 2014
The tolerance of island plant–pollinator networks to alien plants
CN Kaiser‐Bunbury, T Valentin, J Mougal, D Matatiken, J Ghazoul
Journal of Ecology 99 (1), 202-213, 2011
Community structure of pollination webs of Mauritian heathland habitats
CN Kaiser-Bunbury, J Memmott, CB Müller
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 11 (4), 241-254, 2009
Seed dispersal and establishment of endangered plants on oceanic islands: the Janzen-Connell model, and the use of ecological analogues
DM Hansen, CN Kaiser, CB Müller
PLoS One 3 (5), e2111, 2008
The diversity and evolution of pollination systems in large plant clades: Apocynaceae as a case study
J Ollerton, S Liede-Schumann, ME Endress, U Meve, AR Rech, ...
Annals of Botany 123 (2), 311-325, 2019
Seeing through the static: the temporal dimension of plant–animal mutualistic interactions
PJ CaraDonna, LA Burkle, B Schwarz, J Resasco, TM Knight, G Benadi, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (1), 149-161, 2021
Temporal scale‐dependence of plant–pollinator networks
B Schwarz, DP Vázquez, PJ CaraDonna, TM Knight, G Benadi, ...
Oikos 129 (9), 1289-1302, 2020
Determinants of the microstructure of plant–pollinator networks
CN Kaiser-Bunbury, DP Vázquez, M Stang, J Ghazoul
Ecology 95 (12), 3314-3324, 2014
Forest fragmentation genetics in a formerly widespread island endemic tree: Vateriopsis seychellarum (Dipterocarpaceae)
A Finger, CJ Kettle, CN Kaiser‐Bunbury, T Valentin, J Mougal, J Ghazoul
Molecular Ecology 21 (10), 2369-2382, 2012
Back from the brink: potential for genetic rescue in a critically endangered tree
A Finger, CJ Kettle, CN Kaiser‐Bunbury, T Valentin, D Doudee, ...
Molecular Ecology 20 (18), 3773-3784, 2011
The nutrient economy of Lodoicea maldivica, a monodominant palm producing the world's largest seed
P Edwards, F Fleischer-Dogley, CN Kaiser-Bunbury
New Phytologist, 2015
Genetic connectivity of the moth pollinated tree Glionnetia sericea in a highly fragmented habitat
A Finger, CN Kaiser-Bunbury, CJ Kettle, T Valentin, J Ghazoul
PLoS One 9 (10), e111111, 2014
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