I am an ecologist trying to understand (1) which properties of species communities ensure services such as biological control of pests, pollination of crops, persistence of species of conservation interest and adequate food production are delivered to humans, and (2) how changes to the way we use the land affect these communities and the services they provide to us.
At the Centre for Environmental and Climate Research (CEC) Lund, Sweden, I attempt to synthesize current knowledge to model and predict the delivery of multiple ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes.
You can find more information about me and my work here: http://yannclough.weebly.com/
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- A global synthesis of the effects of diversified farming systems on arthropod diversity within fields and across agricultural landscapes
- Landscape-scale interactions of spatial and temporal cropland heterogeneity drive biological control of cereal aphids
- Local and landscape drivers of arthropod diversity and decomposition processes in oil palm leaf axils
- Pollinator population size and pollination ecosystem service responses to enhancing floral and nesting resources
- Separating effects of species identity and species richness on predation, pathogen dissemination and resistance to invasive species in tropical ant communities
- The role of ants, birds and bats for ecosystem functions and yield in oil palm plantations
- Assessing the biodiversity value of degraded lowland forest in Sumatra, Indonesia
- Biological control in Indonesian oil palm potentially enhanced by landscape context
- Cultural homegarden management practices mediate arthropod communities in Indonesia
- Ecological and socio-economic functions across tropical land use systems after rainforest conversion
- Experimental biodiversity enrichment in oil-palm-dominated landscapes in Indonesia
- How ants, birds and bats affect crop yield along shade gradients in tropical cacao agroforestry
- Land-use choices follow profitability at the expense of ecological functions in Indonesian smallholder landscapes
- Plant size affects mutualistic and antagonistic interactions and reproductive success across 21 Brassicaceae species
- Avian species identity drives predation success in tropical cacao agroforestry
- Bumble bees show trait-dependent vulnerability to landscape simplification
- Feeding damage to plants increases with plant size across 21 Brassicaceae species
- How adaptable is the hydraulic system of European beech in the face of climate change-related precipitation reduction?
- Plant Size as Determinant of Species Richness of Herbivores, Natural Enemies and Pollinators across 21 Brassicaceae Species.
- Trade-offs between bird diversity and abundance, yields and revenue in smallholder oil palm plantations in Sumatra, Indonesia
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