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Professor Jane MemmottB.Sc., Ph.D.(Leeds)

Professor of Ecology

Research interests

My research interests in ecology include pollination ecology, invasion ecology, agro-ecology, biological control, urban ecology and restoration ecology.  A theme that runs through many of my projects is the use of ecological networks to as a tool to answer a variety of environmental questions.  For example does restoration ecology restore ecological function, are ecosystem services affected by farming approach and how do aliens integrate into ecological networks?  I work as both a pure and an applied ecologist and I am particularly keen on working at the interface between the two disciplines.  A wide variety of techniques are used by my research group, from field observation to field experiment, from theory to molecular approaches.

Further information about my research can be found on my lab's webpage.

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Postal address:
Life Sciences Building
24 Tyndall Avenue
United Kingdom

Selected research outputs

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    Understanding and planning ecological restoration of plant-pollinator networks

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    Infiltration of a Hawaiian community by introduced biocontrol agents

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    The robustness of a network of ecological networks to habitat loss

    Research output: Contribution to journalLetter

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