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Journal articles

Bretagnolle, V., Berthet, E., Gross, N., Gauffre, B., Plumejeaud, C., Houte, S., Badenhausser, I., Monceau, K., Allier, F., Monestiez, P. & Gaba, S. (2018) Towards sustainable and multifunctional agriculture in farmland landscapes: Lessons from the integrative approach of a French LTSER platform. Science of The Total Environment, 627, 822-834. 

Banks HT, Banks JE, Bommarco R, Curtsdotter A, Jonsson T, Laubmeier A (2017) Parameter estimation for an allometric food web model. International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 114(1): 143-161

Baey C, Sahlin U, Clough Y, Smith HG (2017) A model to account for data dependency when estimating floral cover in different land use types over a season. Environmental and Ecological Statistics

Dainese M, Schneider G, Krauss J, & Steffan-Dewenter I (2017) Complementarity among natural enemies enhances pest suppression. Scientific Reports, 7

Dänhardt J, Nilsson L, Hristov J, Alkan Olsson J, Brady M, Olsson P, Smith HG, Clough Y (2017) Ekologiska fokusarealer i samverkan - Utvärdering av effekter på ekosystemtjänster, jordbruk och administration. Naturvårdsverket Rapport 6773

González-Varo JP & M. Vilà (2017) Spillover of managed honeybees from mass-flowering crops into natural habitats. Biological Conservation 212: 376-382

Le Provost G, Gross N, Börger L, Deraison H, Roncoroni M & Badenhausser I (2017) Trait‐matching and mass effect determine the functional response of herbivore communities to land‐use intensification. Functional Ecology 31, 1600-1611

Magrach A, González-Varo J P, Boiffier M, Vilà M & Bartomeus I (2017) Honeybee spillover reshuffles pollinator diets and affects plant reproductive success. Nature ecology & evolution, 1(9), 1299

Häussler J, Sahlin U, Baey C, Smith H G, Clough Y (2017) Pollinator population size and pollination ecosystem service responses to enhancing floral and nesting resources. Ecology and Evolution, Volume 7, Issue 6, March 2017

Magrach A, Holzschuh A, Bartomeus I, Riedinger V, Roberts SPM et al. (2017) Plant-pollinator networks in semi-natural grasslands are resistant to the loss of pollinators during blooming of mass-flowering crops. Ecography, 2017 (Accepted, unedited articles published online and citable. The final edited and typeset version of record will appear in future)

Posters

PDF iconKrimmer E, Martin E, Holzschuh A, Steffan-Dewenter I (2017) Let me tell you  ‘bout the flowers and the bees: Can sown flower-rich fields enhance pollination in the agricultural landscape?. Poster presented at the Ecology across Borders joint meeting of the GfÖ, BES, NecoV and EEF, Ghent, Belgium 

Häussler J, Sahlin U, Baey C, Smith HG, Clough Y (2016) Using spatially explicit process-based modelling to quantify wild bee dynamics and their pollination services. iDiv Annual Conference, Leipzig, 7.-8. November  2016

Badenhausser I, Bretagnolle V, Gross N, Le Provost G , Roncoroni M  et al. (2015) Ecodeal: un projet de recherche pour établir le rôle des éléments semi-naturels dans le maintien de la biodiversité et des services qu’elle rend aux cultures dans les paysages agricoles. Les Prairies et l’Agroécologie, Séminaire Réseau Prairies , Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy 4-5 November 2015. 

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