Publications/Presentations

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Livingstone, S.W., Cadotte, M.W., Isaac, M.E. (2017, in press) Ecological engagement determines ecosystem service valuation: A case study from Rouge National Urban Park in Toronto, Canada. Ecosystem Services, accepted.

Violle, C., Mouquet, N., Thuiller, W., Munoz, F., Kraft, N., Cadotte, M.W., Livingstone, S.W., Grenie, M. & Mouillot, D. (2017) A common toolbox to understand, monitor or manage rarity? A response to Carmona et al.. Trends in ecology & evolution, in press.

Cadotte, M.W., Livingstone, S.W., Yasui, S.L., Dinnage, R., Li, J., Marushia, R., Santangelo, J., Shu, W. (2017) Explaining ecosystem multifunction with evolutionary models, Ecology, in press.

Potgieter, L., Kueffer, C., Larson, B., Livingstone, S.W., O’Farrell, P., Gaertner, M. & Richardson, D. (2017) Placing Alien Plants in an Urban Ecosystem Service context: a Global Perspective. Biological Invasions, in press.

Cadotte, M.W., Yasui, S.L., Livingstone, S.W. and MacIvor, J.S. (2017) Are urban systems beneficial, detrimental or indifferent for biological invasion? Biological Invasions, in press.

Violle, C., Mouquet, N., Thuiller, W., Munoz, F., Kraft, N., Cadotte, M.W., Livingstone, S.W. & Mouillot, D. (2017) Functional rarity: The ecology of outliers. Trends in ecology & evolution, 32(5), 356-367.

MacIvor, J.S., Cadotte, M.W., Livingstone, S.W., Lundholm, J, & Yasui, S.L. (2016) Phylogenetic ecology and the greening of cities. Journal of applied ecology, 53: 1470–1476.

Cadotte, M.W., Arnillas, C.A., Livingstone, S.W. & Yasui, S.L. (2015). Predicting communities from functional traits. Trends in ecology & evolution,30(9), 510-511.

(non-peer reviewed)

Livingstone, S.W. & Marzok, N. (2013) Cities and Biodiversity: Exploring how Edmonton and Montreal are mainstreaming the urban biodiversity movement. ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability. 

Livingstone, S.W. & Marzok, N. (2012) Finding the nexus: Exploring climate change adaptation and biodiversity. ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Livingstone, S.W., Cadotte, M.W., Isaac, M.E. “Ecological engagement determines ecosystem service valuation: A case study from Rouge National Urban Park in Toronto, Canada” Ecological Society of America, Portland, Oregon, US. August, 2017.

Livingstone, S.W., Cadotte, M.W., Isaac, M.E. “Can a moth strangle the Dog-strangler? An experimental application of Hypena opulenta as a biological control agent for the invasive Dog-strangling Vine (Vincetoxicum rossicum). Department of Environmental Science Colloquium (III), University of Toronto-Scarborough. May, 2017.

Livingstone, S.W., Cadotte, M.W., Isaac, M.E. “Ecological engagement determines ecosystem service valuation in Rouge National Urban Park”. Department of Environmental Science Colloquium, University of Toronto-Scarborough, May, 2016.

Livingstone, S.W., Cadotte, M.W., Isaac, M.E.  “Effects of the invasive vine Vincetoxicum rossicum on ecosystem multi-functionality.” Ecological Society of America, August 13th, 2015. & Ecology & Management of Terrestrial Plant Invasions (EMAPI) Sept. 2015, Waikoloa, Hawaii.

Livingstone, S.W., Cadotte, M.W., Isaac, M.E. “Plant invasion & ecosystem services in Rouge Park”. Department of Environmental Science Colloquium, University of Toronto-Scarborough, May 22nd, 2015.

 

POPULAR MEDIA INTERVIEWS

OTHER PRESENTATIONS

  • “Ecology and Governance of Rouge National Urban Park” for a 4th year Environmental Studies Capstone course, 2017.
  • “Potential for Biological Control of Dog-strangling vine” for the Ontario Invasive Plants Council, 2016.
  • “Ecosystem services of Rouge National Urban Park” for the University of Toronto-Sustainability Office, 2016.
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