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Jenni Stockan

Staff picture: Jenni Stockan
Ecological Sciences
Ecological Sciences
Research Scientist
jenni.stockan@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Dr Jenni Stockan is a Research Scientist within the Ecological Sciences Group. Jenni has over seventeen years research experience particularly within the field of Entomology.

Invertebrates are integral to almost all ecosystems contributing to key processes such as nutrient cycling, natural pest control, pollination of crops and wildflowers and as a food source for other organisms. Jenni is interested in how key stressors such as climate change, land management, plant diseases and invasive species affect invertebrate abundance and assemblages and the impact this has on ecosystem services. Jenni currently coordinates the Biodiversity and Ecosystems for the Scottish Government Strategic Research Programme.

Jenni is Honorary Secretary of the Royal Entomological Society and the first recepient of the Marsh Award for Early Research Career Entomologist.

Current research interests

Current projects:

  • Resilient pinewoods
  • Conservation genetics of rare insects
  • Environmental Change Network
  • New agri-environment scheme options for pollinators
  • AECS monitoring
  • Long term effects of upland grazing

PhD Students:

Fiona Plenderleith "The consequences of tree diseases and mitigation options on connectivity for biodiversity"

Georgia Davies "Wood ants as keystone species: assessing ecosystem impacts during range expansion"

Bibliography

  • Stockan, J.A.; Robinson, E.J.H. (eds.) (2016) Wood ant ecology and conservation., Cambridge University Press.
  • Stockan, J.; Pakeman, R.J. (2016) Grassland management impacts on invertebrates., In: Pakeman, R.J. (ed.) Grassland Biodiversity. The James Hutton Institute, Craigiebuckler, Aberdeen, pp18-19.
  • Cole, L.; Stockan, J. (2016) Watercourse management and the promotion of biodiversity in intensive agricultural catchments., In: Pakeman, R.J. (ed.). Grassland Biodiversity. The James Hutton Institute, Craigiebuckler, Aberdeen, pp14-15.
  • Robinson, E.J.H.; Stockan, J.A.; Iason, G.R. (2016) Wood ants and their interaction with other organisms., In: Stockan, J.A. & Robinson, E.J.H. (eds.). Wood Ant Ecology and Conservation. Cambridge University Press, Chapter 8, pp177-206.
  • Iason, G.R.; Moore, B.D.; Lennon, J.J.; Stockan, J.A.; Osler, G.H.R.; Russell, J.R.; Campbell, C.D.; Sim, D.A.; Beaton, J.R. (2012) Plant secondary metabolite polymorphisms and the extended chemical phenotype., In: Iason, G.R., Dicke, M. & Hartley, S.E. (eds.). The Ecology of Plant Secondary Metabolites: from Genes to Global Processes. Ecological Reviews, Cambridge University Press. Chapter 13, pp247-268.

  • Troldborg, M.; Beesley, L.; Stockan, J.; Avery, L.; Hough, R.L. (2019) Development of approach for modelling water flow and contaminant mass balances at Dinnet., Internal Report, James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, 6pp.
  • Vinten, A.J.A.; Gabriel, M.; Hoang-Cong, C.; Stockan, J. (2018) Could managing water levels of Lunan Water at the outlet to Balgavies Loch help conserve Chapel Mires from eutrophication and loss of biodiversity?, Report for Lunan Catchment Management Group, 15pp.
  • Stockan, J.A.; Fielding, D.F. (2017) Summary methods for controlling or eradicating aquatic invasive species., Report for CREW website.
  • Stockan, J.A.; Fielding, D. (2017) Methods for controlling or eradicating invasive aquatic species., CREW Report, CRW2016_05, 40pp.
  • Addy, S.; Cooksley, S.; Dodd, N.; Waylen, K.A.; Stockan, J.; Byg, A.; Holstead, K. (2016) River restoration and biodiversity. Nature-based solutions for restoring the rivers of the UK and Republic of Ireland., Report, The James Hutton Institute, 2016, 75pp.
  • Mitchell, R.J.; Broome, A.; Harmer, R.; Beaton, J.K.; Bellamy, P.E.; Brooker, R.W.; Duncan, R.; Ellis, C.J.; Hester, A.J.; Hodgetts, N.G.; Iason, G.R.; Littlewood, N.A.; Mackinnon, M.; Pakeman, R.J.; Pozsgai, G.; Ramsey S.; Riach, D.; Stockan, J. A.; Taylor, A.F.S.; Woodward, S. (2014) Assessing and addressing the impacts of ash dieback on UK woodlands and trees of conservation importance (Phase 2)., Natural England Report.
  • Mitchell, R.J.; Bailey, S.; Beaton, J.K.; Bellamy, P.E.; Brooker, R.W.; Broome, A.; Chetcuti, J.; Eaton, S.; Ellis, C.J.; Farren, J.; Gimona, A.; Goldberg, E.; Hall, J.; Harmer, R.; Hester, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Hodgetts, N.G.; Hooper, R.J.; Howe, L.; Iason, G.R.; Kerr, G.; Littlewood, N.A.; Morgan, V.; Newey, S.; Potts, J.M.; Pozsgai, G.; Ray, D.; Sim, D.A.; Stockan, J.A.; Taylor, A.F.S.; Woodward, S. (2013) Ash dieback: impacts on other species and understanding the ecology of ash., Report to JNCC.
  • Brooker, R.; Aalders, I.H.; Ballingall, K.; Begg, G.; Birch, A.N.E.; Elliott, G.; Ellis, C.; Freitag, T.; Hawes, C.; Holland, J.; Holmes, B.; Hough, R.L.; Karley, A.; McCracken, D.; Mitchell, R.; Stockan, J.; Zadoks, R.; Albon, S.A.; Hester, A.J.; Pakeman, R.J. (2013) Biotic and biophysical underpinning of ecosystem services in the Scottish context: a review., Published online as an outputs from WP 1.1 of the Ecosystem Services Theme of the SRP.
  • Stockan, J.A.; Fielding D. (2013) Impact of riparian invasive non-native plant species on freshwater habitats and species. Final report., CREW Report CD 2012/37.
  • Littlewood, N.A.; Stockan, J.A. (2013) Surveillance of priority terrestrial invertebrates in Scotland., Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report No 609.
  • Pakeman, R.J.; Stockan, J.; Taylor, A.F.S.; Hester, A.J. (2012) Comments on the Cairngorm Nature Draft Action Plan from the James Hutton Institute., Cairngorms National Park Consultation on the Cairngorms Nature Draft Action Plan.
  • Stockan, J.A. (2006) Foraging behaviour, ant competition and nest site selection in narrow headed ants (Formica exsecta)., Commissioned Report to National Trust for Scotland, November 2006.
  • Stockan, J.A.; Dennis, P. (2005) Foraging behaviour and ant competition in narrow headed ants., Initial Report to National Trust for Scotland.

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