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DOI 10.1002/ppp3.10234
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Title (Primary) An integrative environmental pollen diversity assessment and its importance for the sustainable development goals
Author Hornick, T.; Richter, A.; Harpole, W.S. ORCID logo ; Bastl, M.; Bohlmann, S.; Bonn, A. ORCID logo ; Bumberger, J.; Dietrich, P. ORCID logo ; Gemeinholzer, B.; Grote, R.; Heinold, B.; Keller, A.; Luttkus, L.M.; Mäder, P.; Motivans Švara, E.; Passonneau, S.; Punyasena, S.W.; Rakosy, D.; Richter, R.; Sickel, W.; Steffan-Dewenter, I.; Theodorou, P.; Treudler, R.; Werchan, B.; Werchan, M.; Wolke, R.; Dunker, S.
Source Titel Plants People Planet
Year 2022
Department BZF; MET; iDiv; ESS; PHYDIV
Volume 4
Issue 2
Page From 110
Page To 121
Language englisch
Topic T5 Future Landscapes
Keywords aerobiology; allergy; diversity; environmental monitoring; food safety; paleoecology; palynology; pollination
Abstract Pollen is at once intimately part of the reproductive cycle of seed plants and simultaneously highly relevant for the environment (pollinators, vector for nutrients, or organisms), people (food safety and health), and climate (cloud condensation nuclei and climate reconstruction). We provide an interdisciplinary perspective on the many and connected roles of pollen to foster a better integration of the currently disparate fields of pollen research, which would benefit from the sharing of general knowledge, technical advancements, or data processing solutions. We propose a more interdisciplinary and holistic research approach that encompasses total environmental pollen diversity (ePD) (wind and animal and occasionally water distributed pollen) at multiple levels of diversity (genotypic, phenotypic, physiological, chemical, and functional) across space and time. This interdisciplinary approach holds the potential to contribute to pressing human issues, including addressing United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, fostering social and political awareness of these tiny yet important and fascinating particles.
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Hornick, T., Richter, A., Harpole, W.S., Bastl, M., Bohlmann, S., Bonn, A., Bumberger, J., Dietrich, P., Gemeinholzer, B., Grote, R., Heinold, B., Keller, A., Luttkus, L.M., Mäder, P., Motivans Švara, E., Passonneau, S., Punyasena, S.W., Rakosy, D., Richter, R., Sickel, W., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Theodorou, P., Treudler, R., Werchan, B., Werchan, M., Wolke, R., Dunker, S. (2022):
An integrative environmental pollen diversity assessment and its importance for the sustainable development goals
Plants People Planet 4 (2), 110 - 121 10.1002/ppp3.10234