Economic and ecological implications of non-native forest pests and pathogens (TNC)
- Juliann E. Aukema
|Center Associate||1st September 2006—31st March 2010||Participant List|
My research interests lie in spatial patterns, processes, and mechanisms underlying species interactions and distributions, and in applied conservation. I draw on the fields of spatial ecology, plant community ecology, plant-animal interactions, conservation biology, and epidemiology; and I strive to bridge the gap between science and conservation practice. At NCEAS, I am working on a project to quantify the economic and ecosystem impacts of non-native forest pests and pathogens in North America. Both the economic and ecosystem effects of these introductions should be considered in developing public policy.
|Type||Products of NCEAS Research|
|Book Chapter||Holmes, Thomas P.; Aukema, Juliann E.; Englin, Jeffrey E.; Haight, Robert G.; Kovacs, Kent F.; Leung, Brian. 2014. Economic analysis of Biological invasions in forests. Edited by Kant, S., Alavalapati, J. Handbook of Forest Resource Economics. Routledge. New York City. Pages 369-386.|
|Journal Article||Lopez-Carr, David; Pricope, Narcisa G.; Aukema, Juliann E.; Jankowska, Marta M; Funk, Chris; Husak, Gregory; Michaelsen, Joel C. 2014. A spatial analysis of population dynamics and climate change in Africa: potential vulnerability hot spots emerge where precipitation declines and demographic pressures coincide. Population and Environment. Vol: 35. Pages 323-339.|