Ana M. Martín González

I am an evolutionary ecologist interested in the study of ecological interactions among species, especially in plant-pollinator networks. I am now a postdoctoral researcher at the Pacific Ecoinformatics and Computational Ecology Lab, at Berkeley, USA, and I am affiliated to the Center of Macroecology, Evolution and Climate at University of Copenhagen, Denmark. For my postdoctoral project I intend to determine the evolutionary and ecological drivers of the structure of hummingbird-plant interaction networks at a macroecological scale, to ultimately model network dynamics and evolution under global change scenarios.

Before this, I obtained my PhD with a European mention at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)
, and a Master in Science at University of Aarhus (Denmark).

For a complete list of publications with pdfs check https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ana_Martin_Gonzalez


PUBLISHED PUBLICATIONS IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

2016
Watts, S; Dormann, C; Martín González, AM; Ollerton, J. The influence of floral traits on specialisation and modularity of plant-pollinator networks in a biodiversity hotspot in the Peruvian Andes. Annals of Botany, accepted.

PK Maruyama; J Vizentin-Bugoni; J Sonne; AM Martín González; M Schleuning; AC Araujo; AC Baquero; J Cardona; P Cardona; PA Cotton; G Kohler; C Lara; T Malucelli; O Marín; J Ollerton; AM Rui; A Timmermann; IG Varassin; T Zanata; J Fjeldsaa; C Rahbek; M Sazima; B Dalsgaard. The integration of alien plants in plant-hummingbird pollination networks across the Americas. Diversity and Distributions. Accepted DOI10.1098/rspb.2015.2512.

J Sonne; AM Martín González; PK Maruyama; B Sandel; S Abrahamczyk; R Alarcón; AC Araujo; FP Araujo; SM Azevedo Jr; AC Baquero; D Nogués-Bravo; PA Cotton; TT Ingversen; G Kohler; C Lara; FMG Las-Casas; AO Machado; CG Machado; MA Maglianesi; AC Moura; GM Oliveira; PE Oliveira; JF Ornelas; LC Rodrigues; L Rosero-Lasprilla; AM Rui; M Sazima; M Schleuning; A Timmermann; IG Varassin; J Vizentin-Bugoni; Z Wang; S Watts; J Fjeldsaa; JC Svenning; C Rahbek; B Dalsgaard. High proportion of smaller-ranged hummingbird species coincides with ecological specialization across the Americas. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. pp. DOI10.1098/ - rspb.2015.2512.

2015
AM Martín González; B Dalsgaard; D Nogués-Bravo; C Graham; M Schleuning; PK Maruyama; S Abrahamczyk; R Alarcón; AC Araujo; FP Araujo; SM Azevedo Jr; AC Baquero; PA Cotton; TT Ingversen; G Kohler; C Lara; FMG Las-Casas; AO Machado; CG Machado; MA Maglianesi; J McGuire; AC Moura; GM Oliveira; PE Oliveira; JF Ornelas; LC Rodrigues; L Rosero-Lasprilla; AM Rui; M Sazima; A Timmermann; IG Varassin; J Vizentin-Bugoni; Z Wang; S Watts; C Rahbek; N Martinez. The macroecology of phylogenetically structured hummingbird-plant networks. Global Ecology and Biogeography 24, 1212 - 1224.

2013
Dalsgaard, B, Trojelsgaard, K, Martín González, AM, Nogués-Bravo, D, Ollerton, J, Petanidou, T, Sandel, B, Schleuning, M, Wang, Z, Rahbek, C, Sutherland, WJ, Svenning, JC & Olesen, JM. Historical climate-change influences modularity and nestedness of pollination networks. Ecography 36, 1331 - 1340.

Eklöf, A, Jacob, U, Kopp, J, Bosch, J, Castro-Urgal, R, Chacoff, NP, Dalsgaard, B, Sassi, C, Galetti, M, Guimaraes, PR, Lomáscolo, SB, Martín González, AM, Pizo, MA, Rader, R, Rodrigo, A, Tylianakis, JM, Vázquez, DP & Allesina, S. The dimensionality of ecological networks. Ecology Letters 16, 577 - 583.

I Filella; C Primante; J Llusià; AM Martín González; R Seco; G Farré-Armengol; A Rodrigo; J Bosch; J Peñuelas.
Floral advertisement scent in a changing plant-pollinators market. Nature Scientific Reports 3, 3434.


2012
Dalsgaard, B, Carstensen, DW, Martinez Garcia, O, Kirkconnell, A, Martín González, AM, Sutherland, WJ. The floral-niche of the Bee Hummingbird Mellisuga helenae, the smallest bird in the World. Ornitologia Neotropical 23, 143-149.

Dalsgaard, B, Timmermann, A, Martín González, AM, Olesen, JM, Ollerton, J, Andersen, LH. Heliconia-hummingbird interactions in the Lesser Antilles: a geographic mosaic? Caribbean Journal of Science 46, 328-331.

Martín González, AM, Allesina, S, Rodrigo, A & Bosch, J. Drivers of compartmentalization in pollination networks. Oikos, 121, 2001-2013. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2012.20279.x


2011
Dalsgaard, B, Magård, E, Fjeldså, J, Martín González, AM, Rahbek, C, Olesen, JM, Ollerton, J, Alarcón, R, Araujo, AC, Cotton, PA, Lara, C, Machado, CG, Sazima, I, Sazima, M, Timmermann, A, Watts, S, Sandel, B, Sutherland, WJ & Svenning, JC. Specialization in Plant-Hummingbird Networks is Associated with Quaternary climate-change velocity. PLoS One, 6 (10) e25891.


2010
Martín González AM, Dalsgaard B, Olesen JM. Centrality measures and the importance of generalist species in pollination networks. Ecological Complexity doi:10.1016/j.ecocom.2009.03.008.


2009

Bosch J, Martín González AM, Rodrigo A, Navarro D. Plant–pollinator networks: adding the pollinator's perspective. Ecology Letters DOI: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2009.01296.x. 12: 409–419.

Dalsgaard B, Martín González AM, Olesen JM, Ollerton J, Timmermann A, Andersen LH, Tossas AG. Plant-hummingbird interactions in the West Indies: floral specialization gradients associated with environment and hummingbird size. Oecologia 159: 757-766.

Martín González AM, Dalsgaard B, Olesen JM, Ollerton J, Timmermann A, Andersen LH, Tossas AG. Effects of climate on pollination networks in the West Indies. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25: 493-506.


2008

Dalsgaard B, Martín González AM, Olesen JM, Timmermann A, Andersen LA, Ollerton J. Pollination networks and functional specialization: a test using Lesser Antillean plant-hummingbird assemblages. Oikos 117: 789-793.

Timmermann, A, Dalsgaard, B, Olesen, JM, Andersen, LH, Martín González, AM. Anolis Aeneus (Grenadian Bush Anole), Anolis richardii (Grenadian Tree Anole). Nectarivory/pollination. Herpetological Review 39: 84-85.

van Apeldoorn, D, Cox, M, Martín González, AM & Mills, R. Growing pollination networks. Complex Systems Summer Schools working papers. Santa Fe Institute, New Mexico, USA.