LifeWebs Project - is a collaborative project aiming to use a meta-analytic approach to investigate how interaction networks typically respond to latitude, elevation and human pressures such as land-use change. We are interested in all types of species interactions. E.g. mutualistic, host-parasitoid, host-parasite, plant-herbivore, plant-pollinator, predator-prey.
The structure and characteristics of interaction networks change across environmental gradients, and are also likely to be influenced by human activities. Help us to understand how interaction networks respond to latitude, elevation and changes in habitat quality. Help us to review global patterns in interaction networks.
Read more about the LifeWebs project.
Call for data!
The LifeWebs project is compiling a global database of ecological networks, focusing on terrestrial networks of any interaction type, such as host-parasitoid, host-parasite, plant-herbivore, plant-pollinator, predator-prey, etc.
We are very thankful to the researchers who have contributed to the database so far.
If you have data that you would like to contribute, please look at our contribution page for more information.