Dr. Basil Iannone

Assistant Professor Dr. Eban Bean

School of Forest Resources and Conservation
Building 106, Room 4
PO Box 110940
Gainesville, FL 32611-0940
Phone: (352)294-7499
biannone@ufl.edu

Vita (PDF)

Dr. Iannone is an assistant professor in forest resources and conservation and specializes in geospatial analysis of sustainable and resilient land development. His research and extension programs broadly focus on the ecology of human-dominated, residential landscapes. Within this context, his focus includes spatial ecology, biological invasions, ecological restoration, and in how to design future developments so that they exhibit similar levels of ecological functionality as more natural ecosystems. His research projects are interdisciplinary and employ a wide range of geospatial and statistical tools, and observational, experimental, and modeling approaches. He received a PhD from the Ecology and Evolution Program, Biological Sciences at the University of Illinois.

Recent Publications

Clark, T., B. V., III, Iannone, and S. Fei. (In press). Measuring macroscale invasion and dispersal patterns in the eastern US. Journal of Plant Ecology. http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~sfei/documents/Metrics_Clark_et_al.pdf

Guo, Q., B. V., III, Iannone, G. C. Nunez-Mir, K. M. Potter, C. M. Oswalt, and S. Fei. 2017. Species pool, human population, and global versus regional invasion patterns. Landscape Ecology 32:229-238.

Nunez-Mir, G. C., J. M. Desprez, B. V., III, Iannone, T. Clark, and S. Fei. 2017. An automated content analysis of forestry research: are socioecological challenges being addressed? Journal of Forestry 115:1-9.

Nunez-Mir, G., B. V., III, Iannone, B. Pijanowski, N. Kong, and S. Fei. 2016. Automated content analysis: addressing the big literature challenge in ecology and evolution. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7:1262-1272.

Iannone, B. V. III, K. M. Potter, C. M. Oswalt, Q. Guo, A. M. Liebhold, B. C. Pijanowski, and S. Fei. 2016. Invasion hotspots: a trait-based perspective reveals new insights into macroscale patterns. Ecography 39:961-969.

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