Open library of pollinator Biodiversity and ecosystem Services scenarios

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Coordinator: Ignasi Bartomeus (EBD-CSIC)
Partner: Lucas Garibaldi (URN)
Partner: Rachael Winfree (Rutgers)
Partner: David Kleijn (Wageningen)
Partner: Ferdinando Villa (BC3)

The OBServ project OBServ aims to co-develop a user-friendly open library of pollinator biodiversity and ecosystem service models which can be used to deliver local and global predictive maps based on different environmental scenarios. In order to achieve this we will specifically (i) capture stakeholder needs and broader socio-economic dimensions of biodiversity, (ii) expand biodiversity models beyond species richness, and (iii) compare and validate predictions of data- driven, statistical and mechanistic biodiversity models.

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Papers published

1- The need for coordinated transdisciplinary research infrastructures for pollinator conservation and crop pollination resilience. 2019. Bartomeus & Dicks, Environ. Res. Lett. 14 045017 link

How to acknowledge OBServ: “This research was funded through the 2017-2018 Belmont Forum and BiodivERsA joint call for research proposals, under the BiodivScen ERA-Net COFUND programme, and with the funding organisations AEI, NWO, ECCyT and NSF”

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