Alex C.Y. Yeung
Alex C.Y. Yeung
Aquatic Biologist, BC Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resources Operations and Rural Development
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Undervalued and under pressure: A plea for greater attention toward regulating ecosystem services
IJ Sutherland, AM Villamagna, CO Dallaire, EM Bennett, ATM Chin, ...
Ecological Indicators 94, 23-32, 2018
Some conceptual and operational considerations when measuring 'resilience': a response to Hodgson et al.
ACY Yeung, JS Richardson
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31 (1), 2-3, 2016
Assessing the long-term ecological effects of riparian management practices on headwater streams in a coastal temperate rainforest
ACY Yeung, A Lecerf, JS Richardson
Forest Ecology and Management 384 (C), 100-109, 2017
Atmospheric change as a driver of change in the Canadian boreal zone
ACY Yeung, A Paltsev, A Daigle, PN Duinker, IF Creed
Environmental Reviews 27 (3), 346-376, 2019
Production and population dynamics of the prosobranch snail Sulcospira hainanensis (Pachychilidae), a major secondary consumer in Hong Kong streams
ACY Yeung, D Dudgeon
Hydrobiologia 724 (1), 21-39, 2014
A manipulative study of macroinvertebrate grazers in Hong Kong streams: do snails compete with insects?
ACY Yeung, D Dudgeon
Freshwater Biology 58 (11), 2299-2309, 2013
Relations of interannual differences in stream litter breakdown with discharge: bioassessment implications
ACY Yeung, JL Musetta Lambert, DP Kreutzweiser, PK Sibley, ...
Ecosphere 9 (9), e02423, 2018
Stronger effects of litter origin on the processing of conifer than broadleaf leaves: a test of home-field advantage of stream litter breakdown
ACY Yeung, DP Kreutzweiser, JS Richardson
Freshwater Biology 64 (10), 1755-1768, 2019
Arctic nations must adopt renewables to adapt to thaw
ACY Yeung
Nature 557 (7704), 166-166, 2018
Expanding resilience comparisons to address management needs: a response to Ingrisch and Bahn
ACY Yeung, JS Richardson
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 33 (9), 647-649, 2018
Limited life-history variations in a tropical stream caenogastropod, Sulcospira hainanensis, in habitats with contrasting resource availability
ACY Yeung, D Dudgeon
Journal of Molluscan Studies 80 (2), 190-197, 2014
Do adult snails in headwater streams make upstream migrations to compensate for spate-induced washout? A test using three populations of a tropical caenogastropod
ACY Yeung, D Dudgeon
Journal of Molluscan Studies 81 (3), 417-420, 2015
Decadal-scale changes in suspended wood after riparian recruitment in managed stands in headwater streams of coastal British Columbia, Canada
FR de Paula, JS Richardson, ACY Yeung, SJ Mitchell, D Bahuguna
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 45 (9), 1974-1989, 2020
Assessing and monitoring the stability of stream detrital dynamics under forest disturbances
ACY Yeung
The University of British Columbia, 2019
Modelling biophysical controls on stream organic matter standing stocks under a range of forest harvesting impacts
ACY Yeung, K Stenroth, JS Richardson
Limnologica 78, 125714, 2019
Promoting environmental conservation one stamp at a time
ACY Yeung
Biodiversity and Conservation 27 (14), 3843-3844, 2018
Population dynamics and secondary production of a dominant molluscan primary consumer, Sulcospira hainanensis (Gastropoda: Pachychilidae), in Hong Kong streams and their …
ACY Yeung
The University of Hong Kong, 2013
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