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姓    名:
Kyle Warwick Tomlinson
性    别:
职    务:
综合保护中心副主任
职    称:
研究员(自然科学)
通讯地址:
云南省勐腊县勐仑镇
邮政编码:
666303
电子邮件:
kyle.tomlinson@xtbg.org.cn
 中文简历:

Researchgatehttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kyle_Tomlinson/research

 

学习经历

1999-2006  Ph.D. (Applied Mathematics) University of KwaZulu-Natal 

1997-1998  M.Sc. (Environment & Development) University of Natal

1993-1996  B.Sc. Agriculture (Grassland Science) University of Natal (Awards: Grassland Society Medal for Best Fourth Year Project and Seminar)

 

1999-2006:夸祖鲁-纳塔尔大学(应用数学)博士

1997-1998:纳塔尔大学(环境与发展学)硕士

1993-1996:纳塔尔大学(农业-草业科学)本科

 

工作经历

2004.02-2005.07 Part-time Lecturer: School of Mathematical Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

2005.08-2006.07 Post-doctoral researcher: School of Mathematical Sciences, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

2006.08-2007.05 Post-doctoral researcher, School of Bioresources, Engineering & Hydrology, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

2007.07-2013.07 Post-doctoral researcher, GEST Project, Resource Ecology Group, Wageningen University, The Netherlands.

2012.11-2013.01 Part-time consultant: subcontracted by C4 EcoSolutions, Cape Town, South Africa. For: project prepared for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

2013.08-2016.8 Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, professor (Associate), Beijing, China.

2016.08-now Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, professor, Beijing, China.

 

2004.02-2005.07 夸祖鲁-纳塔尔大学数学科学学院兼职讲师。

2005.08-2006.07 夸祖鲁-纳塔尔大学数学科学学院博士后研究员。

2006.08-2007.05 夸祖鲁-纳塔尔大学生物资源学院,工程与水文学学院博士后研究员。

2007.07-2013.07 荷兰瓦赫宁根大学资源生态学小组GEST项目博士后研究员。

2012.11-2013.01 联合国开发计划署(UNDP)南非开普敦C4 EcoSolutions项目兼职顾问。

2013.08-2016.08 中国科学院西双版纳热带植物园教授(副研究员)

2016.08至今    中国科学院西双版纳热带植物园教授(研究员)

 

研究兴趣

植物结构体系在植物功能和资源平衡中的应用。

稀树草原的发展历程及其功能多样性。

基于形态学和生理学的植物功能性结构差异。

植物的抗草食动物策略的分布和演变。

物种生物多样性破碎化影响。

The role of plant architecture in plant function and resource balance.

Life-history and functional diversity of savanna trees.

Morphology and physiology of plants of different functional types.

Distribution and evolution of anti-herbivory strategies of plants.

Consequences of fragmentation for species biodiversity.

 英文简历:
 
 研究领域:
      

稀树草原生态学,植物功能生态学,植物群落生态学,保护生物学 

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For more publications and other information please check: 

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kyle_Tomlinson/research 

发表论文(*通讯作者) 

  

Tomlinson KW*, Sterck FJ, Barbosa ERM, de Bie S, Prins HHT, van Langevelde F. Seedling growth of savanna tree species from three continents under grass competition and nutrient limitation in a greenhouse experiment. Journal of Ecology. 

 

Tomlinson K.W., F. van Langevelde, D.M. Ward, H.H.T. Prins, S. de Bie, B. Vosman, E.V.S.B. Sampaio, F. Sterck. 2016. Defence against vertebrate herbivores diverges into architectural and low nutrient strategies amongst savanna tree species. Oikos 125: 126-136. 

 

 Padmanaba M, Tomlinson KW, Hughes ACH, Corlett RT. 2017. Alien plant  invasions of protected areas in Java, Indonesia. Scientific Reports.  

 

Chen Q, Tomlinson KW, Wang B. 2017. Effects of fragmentation on the seed  predation and dispersal by rodents differ among species with different seed size. Integrative Zoology.  

 

Monoy C.C., K.W. Tomlinson, Y. Iida, N. Swenson, F.J.W. Slik. 2016. Temporal changes in tree species and trait composition in a cyclone-prone Pacific dipterocarp forest. Ecosystems.  

 

Beng K.C., K.W. Tomlinson, X-H. Shen, Y. Surget-Groba, A.C. Hughes, R.T. Corlett, J.W.F. Slik. 2016. The utility of DNA metabarcoding for studying the response of arthropod diversity and composition to land-use change in the tropics. Scientific Reports 

 

Liu J-J, Yu M-J, Tomlinson K, Slik JWF. 2017. Patterns and drivers of plant biodiversity in Chinese university campuses. Landscape and Urban Planning.  

Bo W, Phillips JS, Tomlinson KW. Trade-off between physical and chemical defence in plant seeds is mediated by seed mass. Oikos  

 

Corlett RT, Tomlinson KW. 2020. Climate change and edaphic specialists: irresistible force meets immovable object?  Trends in Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1016/j.tree.2019.12.007 

 

Xu W, Tomlinson KW, Jie L. 2020. Strong intraspecific trait variation in a tropical dominant tree species along an elevational gradient. Plant Diversity 42: 1-6.   

 

Ratnam J, Tomlinson KW*, Rasquinha DN & Sankaran M. 2016. Savannahs in Asia: evidence for antiquity, biogeography, and an uncertain future. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. 

 

Siddiq Z, Tomlinson KW, Cao KF. 2019. Does fluctuation of meteorological conditions across years influence stand transpiration of Tectona grandis plantation  Ecohydrology.  

 

Huang G, Sreekar R, Velho N, Corlett RT, Quan R-C, Tomlinson KW. Combining camera-trap surveys and interviews to determine the status of mammals in protected rainforests and rubber plantations of Menglun, Xishuangbanna, China. Animal Conservation. DOI: 10.1111/acv.12588. 

 

Gao J, Long Z, Zhao W, Wang X-R, Tomlinson KW, Xia S, Chen J. Combined genotype and phenotype analyses reveal patterns of genomic adaptation to local environments in the subtropical oak Quercus acutissima.Journal of Systematics and Evolution. DOI: 10.1111/jse.12568. 

 

Armani M, Goodale UM, Charles-Dominique T, Barton KE, Yao X, Tomlinson KW*. 2020.Investment in spines is coupled with chemical defences but trades off with leaf productivity across saplings of spiny plants. Oikos. DOI:10.1111/oik.06960. 

 

Yue X, Hughes ACH, Tomlinson KW, Xia S, Li S, Chen J. Phenotypic responses of Chinese Bats to recent environmental change. Journal of Mammalogy.  

 

Roeder M, Liu JJ, Pasion BOP, Yasuda M, Slik JWF, Tomlinson KW. 2019. Growth, mortality and wood density of lianas in fragmented forest in SW China. Journal of Vegetation Science 30(1143-1152)DOI:10.1111. 

 

Armani M, Charles-Dominique T, Barton KE, Tomlinson KW*. Developmental constraints and resource environment shape early emergence and investment in spines in saplings. Annals of Botany.  

 

Song H-K, Singh D, Tomlinson KW, Yang X-D, Ogwu M, Slik JWF, Adams JM. 2019. Tropical forest conversion to rubber plantation in southwest China results in lower fungal beta diversity and reduced network complexity. FEMS Microbiology EcologyDOI:10.1093/femsec/fiz092. 

 

Khaing TT, Pasion BO, Lapuz RS, Tomlinson KW*. 2019. Determinants of plant composition, diversity and structure in a seasonally dry forest in Myanmar. GECCO 19(e00669).  10.1016/j.gecco.2019.e00669. 

 

Roeder M, Yang W, Tomlinson KW. 2019. Influence of smoke, heat and fire on germination of woody species occurring in the dry valleys of southwest China. Journal of Plant Ecology (931-940). DOI: 10.1093/jpe/rtz030. 

 

Singh D, Slik FJW, Jeon YS, Tomlinson KW, Yang X-D, Wang J, Porazinska DL, Adams JM. 2019. Conversion of Asian tropical forests to monoculture rubber plantation reduces small metazoan α-diversity, and overall diversity. Scientific ReportsDOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-42333-4. 

 

Armani M, van Langevelde F, Tomlinson KW, Adu-Bredu S, Djagbletey G, Veenendaal EM. Compositional patterns of overstorey and understorey woody communities in a forest-savanna boundary in Ghana. Plant Ecology & Diversity. DOI: 10.1080/17550874.2018.1539133. 

 

Pasion BO, Roeder M, Liu J-J, Yasuda M, Corlett RT, Slik JFW, Tomlinson KW*. 2018. Do large trees represent overall plant diversity patterns and responses to forest fragmentation in tropical forests. Scientific Reports 8. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-29635-9. 

 

Beng KC, Corlett RC, Tomlinson KW. 2018. Seasonal changes in the diversity and composition of the litter fauna in natural forests and rubber plantations. Scientific Reports 8. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-28603-7. 

 

Charles-Dominique T, Midgley GF, Tomlinson KW, Bond WJ. 2018. Steal the light: Shade versus fire adapted vegetation in forest-savanna mosaics. New Phytologist. 

 

Griffith DM, Lehmann CER, Stromberg CAE, Parr CL, Sankaran M, Ratnam J, Still CJ, Powell RL, Hanan NP, Nippert JB, Osborne CP, Good SP, Anderson M, Holdo RM, Veldman JW, Durigan G, Tomlinson KW, Hoffmann WA, Archibald S, Bond WJ. 2017.  Comment on “The extent of forest in dryland biomes”. Science 358: eaao1309. 

 

Dayananda S, Mammides C, Lee M-B, Liu J-J, Pasion B, Sreekar R, Yasuda M, Quan R-C, Slik F, Tomlinson KW, Goodale E. Topography and soil type are critical to understanding how bird and herpetofaunal communities persist in forest fragments of tropical China. Biological Conservation. 

Chaturvedi RK, Raghubanshi AS, Tomlinson KW & Singh JS. Impacts of human disturbance in tropical dry forests increase with soil moisture stress. Journal of Vegetation Science 28(5): 997-1007. 

 

Leles B, Xiao X, Pasion B, Nakamura A, Tomlinson KW. 2017. Does plant diversity increase top-down control of herbivorous insects in tropical forest? Oikos.  

Chen Y-J., S. Schnitzer; Y-J. Zhang, Z-X. Fan, G. Goldstein, K.W. Tomlinson, K-F. Cao, J-L. Zhang. 2016. Stomatal regulation and efficient xylem water transport regulate diurnal water and carbon balances of tropical lianas. Functional Ecology. Doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12724. 

 

Dayananda S.K., E. Goodale, M-B. Lee, J-J. Liu, C. Mammides, B.O. Pasion, R-C. Quan, J.W.F. Slik, R. Sreekar, K.W. Tomlinson, M. Yasuda. 2016. Effects of forest fragmentation on nocturnal Asian birds: a case study from Xishuangbanna, China. Zoological Research 37: 151-158. 

 

Sreekar R., G. Huang, M. Yasuda, R-C. Quan, E. Goodale, R. Corlett, K.W. Tomlinson. 2016. Effects of forests, roads and mistletoe on bird diversity in monoculture rubber plantations. Scientific Reports.    

 

Chen Y-J, F. Bongers, K. Tomlinson, Z-X. Fan, H. Lin, S-B. Zhang, Y-L. Zheng, Y-P. Li, K-F. Cao, J-L. Zhang. 2015. Time lags between crown and basal sap flows in tropical lianas and co-occurring trees. Tree Physiology. DOI:10.1093/treephys/tpv103. 

 

Roeder M, F.J.W. Slik , R.D. Harrison , E. Paudel, K.W. Tomlinson. 2015. Proximity to the host is an important characteristic for the selection of the first support in lianas. Journal of Vegetation Science 26: 1054-1060. 

 承担科研项目情况:
 

Kyle Tomlinson,云南地区稀树草原生态系统的分布,多样性和保护研究,重点项目,229.68 万,2016/3/29-2019/12/31

Kyle Tomlinson,东南亚地区松属稀树草原和森林,面上项目,60 万,2018/10/01-2022/12/31

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