Øystein Opedal

Øystein Opedal

Associate Senior Lecturer, Docent

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I am interested in understanding how plants and their interactors (pollinators, seed predators, herbivores) respond to changing environments. Currently, my main research activities include studies of mating-system and floral evolution in the neotropical vine Dalechampia, and studies of the role of species interactions in structuring the spatial and temporal dynamics of communities. I am also interested in understanding how alpine plant communities respond to climate change. I study these processes in the field, in the greenhouse, and through comparative (meta-)analyses.

Keywords

  • plant interaction
  • high-alpine communities
  • changing climate,
  • Dalechampia

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