Christopher Kaiser-Bunbury
Christopher Kaiser-Bunbury
Centre for Ecology and Conservation, University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus
Verified email at exeter.ac.uk
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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
3812010
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
3282012
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
2452012
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
2042017
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
2032010
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
1512014
Integrating network ecology with applied conservation: a synthesis and guide to implementation
CN Kaiser-Bunbury, N Blüthgen
AoB Plants 7, 2015
1172015
A roadmap for island biology: 50 fundamental questions after 50 years of The Theory of Island Biogeography
J Patiño, RJ Whittaker, PAV Borges, JM Fernández‐Palacios, C Ah‐Peng, ...
Journal of Biogeography 44 (5), 963-983, 2017
1032017
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
992014
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
972011
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
942009
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
832008
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
642012
Determinants of the microstructure of plant–pollinator networks
CN Kaiser-Bunbury, DP Vázquez, M Stang, J Ghazoul
Ecology 95 (12), 3314-3324, 2014
542014
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
492011
Indirect interactions between invasive and native plants via pollinators
CN Kaiser-Bunbury, CB Müller
Naturwissenschaften 96 (3), 339-346, 2009
312009
Sustainable harvesting of coco de mer, Lodoicea maldivica, in the Vallée de Mai, Seychelles
L Rist, CN Kaiser-Bunbury, F Fleischer-Dogley, P Edwards, N Bunbury, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (12), 2224-2231, 2010
292010
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
282019
Habitat Structure Affects Reproductive Success of the Rare Endemic Tree Syzygium mamillatum (Myrtaceae) in Restored and Unrestored Sites in Mauritius
CN Kaiser, DM Hansen, CB Müller
Biotropica 40 (1), 86-94, 2008
282008
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
272015
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