Arthur Y.C. Chung
Arthur Y.C. Chung
Researcher, Sabah Forestry Department
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Establishing the evidence base for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem function in the oil palm landscapes of South East Asia
WA Foster, JL Snaddon, EC Turner, TM Fayle, TD Cockerill, MDF Ellwood, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
Evolution of endemism on a young tropical mountain
VSFT Merckx, KP Hendriks, KK Beentjes, CB Mennes, LE Becking, ...
Nature 524 (7565), 347-350, 2015
Oil palm expansion into rain forest greatly reduces ant biodiversity in canopy, epiphytes and leaf-litter
TM Fayle, EC Turner, JL Snaddon, VK Chey, AYC Chung, P Eggleton, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 11 (4), 337-345, 2010
Forest insects as food: humans bite back
PB Durst, DV Johnson, RN Leslie, K Shono
RAP publication 1 (1), 1-241, 2010
Logging cuts the functional importance of invertebrates in tropical rainforest
RM Ewers, MJW Boyle, RA Gleave, NS Plowman, S Benedick, H Bernard, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 6836, 2015
Selective‐logging and oil palm: Multitaxon impacts, biodiversity indicators, and trade‐offs for conservation planning
DP Edwards, A Magrach, P Woodcock, Y Ji, NTL Lim, FA Edwards, ...
Ecological Applications 24 (8), 2029-2049, 2014
Co-benefits of sustainable forest management in biodiversity conservation and carbon sequestration
N Imai, H Samejima, A Langner, RC Ong, S Kita, J Titin, AYC Chung, ...
PloS one 4 (12), e8267, 2009
Interaction between flowers, ants and pollinators: additional evidence for floral repellence against ants
R Junker, AYC Chung, N Blüthgen
Ecological Research 22, 665-670, 2007
Edible insects and entomophagy in Borneo
AYC Chung
Forest insects as food: humans bite back, 141, 2010
Quantitative extraction of macro-invertebrates from temperate and tropical leaf litter and soil: efficiency and time-dependent taxonomic biases of the Winkler extraction
FT Krell, AYC Chung, E DeBoise, P Eggleton, A Giusti, K Inward, ...
Pedobiologia 49 (2), 175-186, 2005
Riparian reserves within oil palm plantations conserve logged forest leaf litter ant communities and maintain associated scavenging rates
CL Gray, OT Lewis, AYC Chung, TM Fayle
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (1), 31-40, 2015
The Effect of Rain Forest Canopy Architecture on the Distribution of Epiphytic Ferns (Asplenium spp.) in Sabah, Malaysia
TM Fayle, AYC Chung, AJ Dumbrell, P Eggleton, WA Foster
Biotropica 41 (6), 676-681, 2009
Termite environmental tolerances are more linked to desiccation than temperature in modified tropical forests
JS Woon, MJW Boyle, RM Ewers, A Chung, P Eggleton
Insectes sociaux 66, 57-64, 2019
Sexual selection predicts the persistence of populations within altered environments
JM Parrett, DJ Mann, AYC Chung, EM Slade, RJ Knell
Ecology Letters 22 (10), 1629-1637, 2019
Localised climate change defines ant communities in human‐modified tropical landscapes
MJW Boyle, TR Bishop, SH Luke, M Van Breugel, TA Evans, M Pfeifer, ...
Functional Ecology 35 (5), 1094-1108, 2021
Riparian buffers act as a microclimatic refugia in oil palm landscapes
J Williamson, EM Slade, SH Luke, T Swinfield, AYC Chung, DA Coomes, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (2), 2020
A comparative study of the ant fauna in a primary and secondary forest in Sabah, Malaysia
AYC Chung, M Mohamed
Tropical Rainforest Research—Current Issues: Proceedings of the Conference …, 1996
Interspecific variation in prey capture behavior by co-occurring Nepenthes pitcher plants: Evidence for resource partitioning or sampling-scheme artifacts?
L Chin, AYC Chung, C Clarke
Plant Signaling & Behavior 9 (1), e27930, 2014
Vertical stratification of beetles (Coleoptera) using flight intercept traps in a lowland rainforest of Sabah, Malaysia
AYC Chung
Sepilok Bulletin 1, 29-41, 2004
Dung beetles as samplers of mammals in Malaysian Borneo—A test of high throughput metabarcoding of iDNA
R Drinkwater, J Williamson, EL Clare, AYC Chung, SJ Rossiter, E Slade
PeerJ 9, e11897, 2021
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