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ProfessorJason Tylianakis

Terrestrial Ecology
Biological Sciences 330
Internal Phone: 95379

Qualifications, Memberships & Awards

Research Interests

Research interests include:- Effects of land use (especially agriculture) and global change phenomena on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning- Ecological processes across multiple spatiotemporal scales- Invasive species impacts in anthropogenic habitats- Conservation on managed land- Hymenoptera ecology and parasitoid-host interactions- Ecological aspects of biological control- Food web ecology

Research/Scholarly/Creative Works

  • Hudson LN., Newbold T., Contu S., Hill SLL., Lysenko I., De Palma A., Phillips HRP., Alhusseini TI., Bedford FE. and Bennett DJ. (2017) The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project. Ecology and Evolution 7(1): 145-188.
  • Peralta G., Frost CM., Didham RK., Rand TA. and Tylianakis JM. (2017) Non-random food-web assembly at habitat edges increases connectivity and functional redundancy. Ecology 98(4): 995-1005.
  • Tomasetto F., Tylianakis JM., Reale M., Wratten S. and Goldson SL. (2017) Intensified agriculture favors evolved resistance tobiological control. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences or
  • Bartomeus I., Gravel D., Tylianakis JM., Aizen MA., Dickie IA. and Bernard-Verdier M. (2016) A common framework for identifying linkage rules across different types of interactions. Functional Ecology 30(12): 1894-1903.
  • Bell T. and Tylianakis JM. (2016) Microbes in the anthropocene: Spillover of agriculturally selected bacteria and their impact on natural ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283(1844)