Publications (google scholar profile)
- Tseng, M., C. M. Di Filippo, M. Fung*, J.O. Kim*, I.P. Forster, and Y. Zhou*. Effects of algal warming on consumer and predator productivity. in prep
- Bartlett, B., J. Fortin, M. B. Kantar, M. Tseng, and Z. Mehrabi. 2020. Digital technology helps remove gender bias in academia. Submitted.
- Tseng, M. and M. Thormeyer*. 2020. Insect time series data reveal community shifts but no widespread loss in diversity. Insect Conservation and Diversity. In review.
- Srivastava, D. + 23 coauthors. Wildcards in Climate Change Biology. In review - summer 2020
- Tseng, M., E. Yangel*, and A. Zhou*. 2019. Herbivory alters thermal responses of algae. Journal of Plankton Research. 41(5): 641-649
- Tseng, M., J. Bernhardt, and A. Chila*. 2019. Species interactions mediate thermal evolution. Evolutionary Applications https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.12805
- Tseng, M. and S. Soleimani Pari*. 2019. Body size explains interspecific variation in latitude-size relationships in geographically widespread beetle species. Ecological Entomology. 44: 151-156. DOI: 10.1111/een.12684. *Biol448 paper, undergraduate co-author.
- Tseng, M., K. M. Kaur*, S. Soleimani Pari*, K. Sarai, D. Chan, C.H. Yao, P. Porto, A. Toor, H.S. Toor, and K. Fograscher. 2018. Decreases in beetle body size linked to climate change and warming temperatures. Journal of Animal Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12789 *co-second author, (all co-authors were UBC undergrads). Press coverage of this paper: Quirks and Quarks; Science; CBC; Phys.org
- Tseng, M. and H. N. Eyster. 2017 Both temperature and precipitation drive global variation in natural selection Science. E-Letter (comment to Siepielski et al 2017)
- Tseng M. 2017. The effect of parasitism and interpopulation hybridization on Aedes albopictus fitness. Journal of Medical Entomology. 54(5):1236-1242.
- Tseng M., and M. I. O’Connor. 2015. Predators modify the evolutionary response of prey to temperature change. Biology Letters. 11: 20150798. (sup mat), Press: UBC news, Global BC
- Sota, T. P. Belton, M. Tseng, H-S Yong and M. Mogi. 2015. Phylogeography of the coastal mosquito Aedes togoi across climatic zones: Testing an anthropogenic dispersal hypothesis. PLoS One. 10(6) e0131230.
- *Knight N.S., C. Prentice, M. Tseng & M.I. O’Connor. 2015. A comparison of epifaunal invertebrate communities in native eelgrass Zostera marina and non-native Zostera japonica. Marine Biology Research. 11(6): 564-571 (*undergraduate mentee)
- Tseng, M. and J.H. Myers. 2014. The relationship between parasite fitness and host condition in an insect-virus system. PLoS ONE. 9:e106401. doi:10. 1371/journal.pone.0106401
- Myers, J.H., J.S. Cory, J. Ericsson and M. Tseng. 2011. The effect of food limitation on immunity factors and disease resistance in the western tent caterpillar. Oecologia DOI: 10.1007/s00442-011-2023-z
- Tseng, M. 2007. Ascogregarine parasites as possible biocontrol agents of mosquitoes. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 23: 30-34.
- Little, T.J., J. Birch, P. Vale and M. Tseng. 2007. Parasite transgenerational effects on infection. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9: 459-469.
- Tseng, M. 2006. Interactions between the parasite’s current and previous environment mediate the outcome of parasite infection. American Naturalist 168: 565-571.
- Tseng, M. 2004. Sex-specific response of a mosquito to parasites and crowding. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 271, S186-S188. DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2003.0139.
- Tseng, M. 2003. A simple and cost-effective method for mosquito blood-feeding. Journal of Medical Entomology 40(4): 588-589.
- Tseng, M. 2003. Life history responses of a mayfly to seasonal constraints and predation risk. Ecological Entomology 28(1): 119-123.
- Tseng, M. and Rowe, L. 1999. Sexual dimorphism and allometry in the giant water strider Gigantometra gigas. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77: 923-929.
- Tseng, M. 1999. Notes on the mating behaviour of two species of water striders (Hemiptera: Gerridae) in Vietnam. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 72(3): 327-329.