Jason Lim

NameJason Lim
Job titleSenior Scientific Manager - Engineer - Radar and Electronics
Email addressjason.lim@rothamsted.ac.uk
DepartmentComputational and Analytical Sciences
Research clusterCAS: Biological Physics and Engineering
Preferred citationLim, K. S.
OfficeHarpenden

Research outputs

The tethered flight technique as a tool for studying life‐history strategies associated with migration in insects

Minter, M., Pearson, A. J., Lim, K. S., Wilson, K., Chapman, J. W. and Jones, C. M. 2018. The tethered flight technique as a tool for studying life‐history strategies associated with migration in insects. Ecological Entomology. 43 (4).

Higher flight activity in the offspring of migrants compared to residents in a migratory insect

Dällenbach, L. J., Glauser, A., Lim, K. S., Chapman, J. W. and Menz, M. H. M. 2018. Higher flight activity in the offspring of migrants compared to residents in a migratory insect. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 285 (1881), p. 2829.

Genome-Wide Characterization of DNA Methylation in an Invasive Lepidopteran Pest, the Cotton Bollworm Helicoverpa armigera

Jones, C. M., Lim, K. S., Chapman, J. W. and Bass, C. 2018. Genome-Wide Characterization of DNA Methylation in an Invasive Lepidopteran Pest, the Cotton Bollworm Helicoverpa armigera. G3. 8 (3), pp. 779-787.

Determining the migration duration of rice leaf folder (Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Guenee)) moths using a trajectory analytical approach

Wang, F. Y., Yang, F., Lu, M. H., Luo, S. Y., Zhai, B. P., Lim, K. S., McInerney, C. E. and Hu, G. 2017. Determining the migration duration of rice leaf folder (Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Guenee)) moths using a trajectory analytical approach. Scientific Reports. 7 (39853), pp. 1-8.

Swarms of brown planthopper migrate into the lower Yangtze River Valley under strong western Pacific subtropical highs

Lu, M. H., Chen, X., Liu, W. C., Zhu, F., Lim, K. S., McInerney, C. E. and Hu, G. 2017. Swarms of brown planthopper migrate into the lower Yangtze River Valley under strong western Pacific subtropical highs. Ecosphere. 8 (10), p. e01967.

Continuous Radar Tracking Illustrates the Development of Multi-destination Routes of Bumblebees

Woodgate, J. L., Makinson, J. C., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, A. M. and Chittka, L. 2017. Continuous Radar Tracking Illustrates the Development of Multi-destination Routes of Bumblebees. Scientific Reports. 7 (1), p. 17323.

Mass seasonal bioflows of high-flying insect migrants

Hu, G., Lim, K. S., Horvitz, N., Clark, S. J., Reynolds, D. R., Sapir, N. and Chapman, J. W. 2016. Mass seasonal bioflows of high-flying insect migrants. Science. 354 (6319), pp. 1584-1587.

Wind-related orientation patterns in diurnal, crepuscular and nocturnal high-altitude insect migrants

Hu, G., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, D. R., Reynolds, A. M. and Chapman, J. W. 2016. Wind-related orientation patterns in diurnal, crepuscular and nocturnal high-altitude insect migrants. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 10.

Life-long radar tracking of bumblebees

Woodgate, J. L., Makinson, J. C., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, A. M. and Chittka, L. 2016. Life-long radar tracking of bumblebees. PLOS ONE. 11 (8).

Adaptive strategies in nocturnally migrating insects and songbirds: contrasting responses to wind

Chapman, J. W., Nilsson, C., Lim, K. S., Backman, J., Reynolds, D. R. and Alerstam, T. 2016. Adaptive strategies in nocturnally migrating insects and songbirds: contrasting responses to wind. Journal of Animal Ecology. 85 (1), pp. 115-124.

Optimal search patterns in honeybee orientation flights are robust against emerging infectious diseases

Wolf, S., Nicholls, E., Reynolds, A. M., Wells, P. M., Lim, K. S., Paxton, R. J. and Osborne, J. L. 2016. Optimal search patterns in honeybee orientation flights are robust against emerging infectious diseases. Scientific Reports. 6, p. Article number 32612.

Flight performance of actively foraging honey bees is reduced by a common pathogen

Wells, T., Wolf, S., Nicholls, E., Groll, H., Lim, K. S., Clark, S. J., Swain, J. L., Osborne, J. L. and Haughton, A. J. 2016. Flight performance of actively foraging honey bees is reduced by a common pathogen. Environmental Microbiology Reports. 8 (5), pp. 728-737.

Quantifying interspecific variation in dispersal ability of noctuid moths using an advanced tethered flight technique

Jones, H. B. C., Lim, K. S., Bell, J. R., Hill, J. K. and Chapman, J. W. 2016. Quantifying interspecific variation in dispersal ability of noctuid moths using an advanced tethered flight technique. Ecology and Evolution. 6 (1), pp. 181-190.

The effects of Nosema ceranae on honey bee flight distance

Wells, T., Nicholls, B., Wolf, S., Groll, H., Lim, K. S., Clark, S. J., Swain, J. L., Osborne, J. L. and Haughton, A. J. 2015. The effects of Nosema ceranae on honey bee flight distance. BBKA.

Genomewide transcriptional signatures of migratory flight activity in a globally invasive insect pest

Jones, C. M., Papanicolaou, A., Mironidis, G. K., Vontas, J., Yang, Y., Lim, K. S., Oakeshott, J. G., Bass, C. and Chapman, J. W. 2015. Genomewide transcriptional signatures of migratory flight activity in a globally invasive insect pest. Molecular Ecology. 24 (19), pp. 4901-4911.

Detection of flow direction in high-flying insect and songbird migrants

Chapman, J. W., Nilsson, C., Lim, K. S., Backman, J., Reynolds, D. R., Alerstam, T. and Reynolds, A. M. 2015. Detection of flow direction in high-flying insect and songbird migrants. Current Biology. 25, pp. R751-R752.

Evidence for a pervasive 'idling-mode' activity template in flying and pedestrian insects

Reynolds, A. M., Jones, H. B. C., Hill, J. K., Pearson, A. J., Wilson, K., Wolf, S., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, D. R. and Chapman, J. W. 2015. Evidence for a pervasive 'idling-mode' activity template in flying and pedestrian insects. Royal Society Open Science. 2, p. 150085.

A dense medium microwave backscattering model for the remote sensing of oil palm

Teng, K. C., Koay, J. Y., Tey, S. H., Lim, K. S., Ewe, H. T. and Chuah, H. T. 2015. A dense medium microwave backscattering model for the remote sensing of oil palm. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 53, pp. 3250-3259.

So near and yet so far: harmonic radar reveals reduced homing ability of Nosema infected honeybees

Wolf, S., Mcmahon, D. P., Lim, K. S., Pull, C. D., Clark, S. J., Paxton, R. J. and Osborne, J. L. 2014. So near and yet so far: harmonic radar reveals reduced homing ability of Nosema infected honeybees. PLOS ONE. 9, p. e103989.

Unravelling the mechanisms of trapline foraging in bees

Liboreau, M., Raine, N. E., Reynolds, A. M., Stelzer, R. J., Lim, K. S., Smith, A. D., Osborne, J. L. and Chittka, L. 2013. Unravelling the mechanisms of trapline foraging in bees. Communicative and Integrative Biology. 6, p. e22701.

The ontogeny of bumblebee flight trajectories: from naive explorers to experienced foragers

Osborne, J. L., Smith, A., Clark, S. J., Reynolds, D. R., Barron, M. C., Lim, K. S. and Reynolds, A. M. 2013. The ontogeny of bumblebee flight trajectories: from naive explorers to experienced foragers. PLOS ONE. 8, p. e78681.

The significance of midsummer movements of Autographa gamma: implications for a mechanistic understanding of orientation behavior in a migrant moth

Chapman, J. W., Lim, K. S. and Reynolds, D. R. 2013. The significance of midsummer movements of Autographa gamma: implications for a mechanistic understanding of orientation behavior in a migrant moth. Current Zoology. 59 (3), pp. 360-370.

Predicting insect migration density and speed in the daytime convective boundary layer

Bell, J. R., Aralimarad, P., Lim, K. S. and Chapman, J. W. 2013. Predicting insect migration density and speed in the daytime convective boundary layer. PLOS ONE. 8, p. e54202.

Radar tracking and motion-sensitive cameras on flowers reveal the development of pollinator multi-destination routes over large spatial scales

Lihoreau, M., Raine, N. E., Reynolds, A. M., Stelzer, R. J., Lim, K. S., Smith, A. D., Osborne, J. L. and Chittka, L. 2012. Radar tracking and motion-sensitive cameras on flowers reveal the development of pollinator multi-destination routes over large spatial scales. PLoS Biology. 10, p. e1001392.

Flight altitude selection increases orientation performance in high-flying nocturnal insect migrants

Aralimarad, P., Reynolds, A. M., Lim, K. S., Reynolds, D. R. and Chapman, J. W. 2011. Flight altitude selection increases orientation performance in high-flying nocturnal insect migrants. Animal Behaviour. 82, pp. 1221-1225.

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