Jason Tylianakis

ProfessorJason Tylianakis

Terrestrial Ecology
Julius von Haast 330
Internal Phone: 95379

Qualifications & Memberships

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

Recent Publications

  • Allen WJ., Waller LP., Barratt BIP., Dickie IA. and Tylianakis JM. (2021) Exotic plants accumulate and share herbivores yet dominate communities via rapid growth. Nature Communications 12(1) http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-23030-1.
  • Coux C., Donoso I., Tylianakis JM., García D., Martínez D., Dehling DM. and Stouffer DB. (2021) Tricky partners: native plants show stronger interaction preferences than their exotic counterparts. Ecology 102(2) http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ecy.3239.
  • Gómez-Creutzberg C., Lagisz M., Nakagawa S., Brockerhoff EG. and Tylianakis JM. (2021) Consistent trade-offs in ecosystem services between land covers with different production intensities. Biological Reviews 96(5): 1989-2008. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/brv.12734.
  • Herse MR., Tylianakis JM., Scott NJ., Brown D., Cranwell I., Henry J., Pauling C., McIntosh AR., Gormley AM. and Lyver POB. (2021) Effects of customary egg harvest regimes on hatching success of a culturally important waterfowl species. People and Nature 3(2): 499-512. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pan3.10196.
  • Ho HC., Tylianakis JM. and Pawar S. (2021) Behaviour moderates the impacts of food-web structure on species coexistence. Ecology Letters 24(2): 298-309. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ele.13643.