Publications/Presentations

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Livingstone, S.W., Cadotte, M.W., Isaac, M.E. (2018) Ecological engagement determines ecosystem service valuation: A case study from Rouge National Urban Park in Toronto, Canada. Ecosystem Services, 30PA, 86-97.

Violle, C., Thuiller, W., Mouquet, N., Munoz, F., Kraft, N. J., Cadotte, M. W., Livingstone, S.W. & Mouillot, D. (2017). A Common Toolbox to Understand, Monitor or Manage Rarity? A Response to Carmona et al. Trends in ecology & evolution32(12), 891-893.

Cadotte, M. W., Livingstone, S. W., Yasui, S. L. E., Dinnage, R., Li, J. T., Marushia, R., … & Shu, W. (2017). Explaining ecosystem multifunction with evolutionary models. Ecology, 98(12), 3175-3187.

Potgieter, L. J., Gaertner, M., Kueffer, C., Larson, B. M., Livingstone, S. W., O’Farrell, P. J., & Richardson, D. M. (2017). Alien plants as mediators of ecosystem services and disservices in urban systems: a global review. Biological Invasions, 19(12), 3571-3588.

Cadotte, M. W., Yasui, S. L. E., Livingstone, S.W., & MacIvor, J. S. (2017). Are urban systems beneficial, detrimental, or indifferent for biological invasion?. Biological Invasions,19(12), 3489-3503.

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.

(In review)

Livingstone, S.W., Cadotte, M.W., Bourchier, R., Smith, S., Ryan, K. & Roberto, A. (in review) Eat Local: An experimental application of Hypena opulenta as a biological control agent for the invasive vine Vincetoxicum rossicum, Biological Invasions.

(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

upcoming:

Livingstone, S.W. “The impact of Dog-strangling vine on biodiversity and ecosystem services in Rouge National Urban Park & the application of Hypena opulenta as a bio-control agent.” – Ontario Urban Forest Council, March 14th, 2018. Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto.

Livingstone, S.W. “Invasive species ecology in Canada’s largest urban park” Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution – Organized session: Ecology in an urbanizing world, Guelph, ON, Canada. July, 2018.

past talks:

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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