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ProfessorJason Tylianakis

Terrestrial Ecology
Julius von Haast 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

Recent Publications

  • Jones MS., Tylianakis JM., Reganold JP. and Snyder WE. (2018) Dung beetle‐mediated soil modification: a data set for analyzing the effects of a recent introduction on soil quality. Ecology
  • Macdonald K., Kelly D. and Tylianakis J. (2018) Do local landscape features affect wild pollinator abundance, diversity and community composition on Canterbury farms? New Zealand Journal of Ecology 42(2)
  • Tylianakis JM., Martínez-García LB., Richardson SJ., Peltzer DA. and Dickie IA. (2018) Symmetric assembly and disassembly processes in an ecological network. Ecology Letters 21(6): 896-904.
  • Broussard MA., Mas F., Howlett B., Pattemore D. and Tylianakis JM. (2017) Possible mechanisms of pollination failure in hybrid carrot seed and implications for industry in a changing climate. PLoS ONE 12(6)
  • Donoso I., García D., Martínez D., Tylianakis JM. and Stouffer DB. (2017) Complementary effects of species abundances and ecological neighborhood on the occurrence of fruit-frugivore interactions. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5(NOV)