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Jeffrey D Holland


  • Professor of Entomology
  • Associate Professor / Spatial Ecology & Biodiversity

Awards & Honors

(2017) Fellow of the Indiana Academy of Science. Indiana Academy of Science.

(2010) Nominated for Montclair Who's Who Among Collegiate Faculty 2011-2012 ed. Montclair.

Selected Publications

Koh, I., Rowe, H., & Holland, J. (2013). Graph and circuit theory connectivity models of conservation biological control agents. Ecological Applications, 23, 1554-1573.

Abdel Moniem, H. M., & Holland, J. (2013). Habitat connectivity for pollinator beetles using surface metrics. Landscape Ecology, 28, 1251-1267.

Rowe, H., Fargione, J., & Holland, J. (2013). Prairie restorations can protect remnant tallgrass prairie plant communities. The American Midland Naturalist, 170, 26-38.

Holland, J., Shukle, J., Abdel Moniem, H. M., Mager, T., Raje, K., Schnepp, K., & Yang, S. (2013). Pre-treatment assemblages of wood-boring beetles (Coleoptera: Buprestidae, Cerambycidae) of the Hardwood Ecosystem Experiment. General Technical Report of the Northern Forestry Research Station.

Karns, D., Simpson, B., Feaster, Sterrenburg, L., Ruch, D., Bellian, A., . . . Whitaker, J. (2013). Results of a biodiversity survey at Goose Pond Fish and Wildlife Area, Green County, Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science.

Raizman, E., Holland, J., & Shukle, J. (2013). White tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) as a potential sentinel for human Lyme disease in Indiana. Public Health and Zoonoses, 60, 227-233.

Holland, J. D., Raje, K., Shukle, J., & Ferris, V. (2012). Asian ambrosia beetle, Anisandrus maiche (Linnaeus) Americas Least Wanted Wood-Borers. (WB-05-W).

Holland, J., Shukle, J., Powell, G., & Richmond, D. (2012). Biodiversity of deadwood beetles on golf courses. Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online, 999.

Holland, J. D., Raje, K., Shukle, J., & Ferris, V. (2012). Black spruce beetle, Tetropium castaneum (Linnaeus) Americas Least Wanted Wood-Borers. (WB-04-W).

Holland, J. D., Raje, K., Shukle, J., & Ferris, V. (2012). Camphor shot beetle, Cnestus mutilatus (Blandford) Americas Least Wanted Wood-Borers. (WB-06-W).

Department of Entomology, 901 West State Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4554

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