Call for Papers – Anthropogenic Stressors and Animal-Plant Interactions: Implications for Pollination and Seed Dispersal

Dr. Alice Claßen, principal investigator of bayklif junior research group ADAPT, is organizing a special issue in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution together with her colleagues. The goal of this Research Topic is to outline how anthropogenic disruptions (e.g. land use, light pollution, urbanization, anthropogenic climate change) affect the two ecosystem functions pollination and seed dispersal. The special issue will include research papers, reviews and opinions, covering one or both animal-plant interactions. 

Important: Publications that have undergone the regular peer-review process and have been accepted already can be published immediately. 

Abstract submission here until 1oth of February 2021.