Ignasi Bartomeus, PhD

I am a researcher working at EBD-CSIC (Doñana Biological Station), Seville. I am a community ecologist broadly interested in understanding how global change drivers impact community structure and composition, and how those impacts translate to the ecosystem functioning. I am increasingly interested in ecological theory and how to apply it to conservation problems. I like to work with plant-pollinator communities because they show complex responses to land use change, climate warming or biological invasions, and encapsulate a critical ecosystem function, pollination. Click here for full CV.

ibartomeus_webName: Ignasi (Nacho) Bartomeus
Twitter: @iBartomeus
Contact: nacho.bartomeus@gmail.com
Studies: Degree in Biology (UAB), PhD in Ecology (CREAF)
Key-words: Bees, Plant-pollinator networks, Pollination, Ecosystem functions, Biological invasions, Behavior flexibility, Responses to global change, R stats, …
ORCID: 0000-0001-7893-4389

I am an Associate Editor of Oikos and I was an Associate Editor for Journal of Ecology and F1000 AFM (see my evaluations). I am also on the board of the Spanish Association of Terrestrial Ecology.

Citation indexes: See my Google Scholar profile
 I have some R code in GitHub. Fork me!
AltMetrics: Impact Story
Reviewer historyPublons
Slides: Conferences and seminar keynotes. (outdated)










I also co-organize the ecoinformatics working group, and I am interested in getting more people interested in understanding and loving pollinators for example by doing cool outreach videos (read more about it in Spanish):

I am part of AbejasSilvestres.es, an NGO for Spanish bee conservation. Follow us on twitter
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If you want to support pollinator outreach and research, consider joining our teaming group

The lab: 



I join forces with Oscar Godoy’s lab at https://github.com/RadicalCommEcol

Dpto. Ecología Integrativa, Estación Biológica de Doñana (EBD-CSIC)
Avda. Américo Vespucio s/n, Isla de la Cartuja, 41092, Sevilla (Spain)

The header photo of a Bombus impatiens buzzing into a tomato flower is courtesy of Barry Rosenthal