Southeast Asia is home to some of the world's greatest aquatic biodiversity and human dependence on freshwater resources. It is also home to globally high rates of population growth and habitat degradation. My research seeks to understand the structure and functioning of these understudied freshwater ecosystems, and further, to inform conservation planning that both maintains the region's important biodiversity and vital resource provisioning.
- McIntyre, P.B., Reidy Liermann, C., Childress, E.S., Hamann, E., Hogan, J.D., Januchowski-Hartley, S.R., Koning, A.A., Neeson, T.M., Oele, D.L., Pracheil, B.M. Conservation of migratory fishes in freshwater ecosystems. In Closs, G.P., Krkosek, M. & Olden, J.D. (2014)Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. (final review).
- Childress, E. S. & Koning, A.A. (2013). Polydomous Crematogaster pilosa (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) colonies prefer highly connected habitats in a tidal salt marsh. Florida Entomologist 96(1), 235-237.
- Cooperman, M.S., So, N., Arias, M., Cochrane, T.A., Elliott, V., Hand, T., Hannah, L., Holtgrieve, G.W., Kaufman, L., Koning, A.A., Koponen, J., Kum, V., McCann, K., McIntyre, P.B., Min, B., Ou, C., Rooney, N., Rose, K.A., Sabo, J.L., Winemiller, K.O. (2012). A watershed moment for the Mekong: Newly announced community use and conservation areas for the Tonle Sap Lake may boost sustainability of the world’s largest inland fishery. Cambodian Journal of Natural History, 2: 101-106.