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Habitat loss alters the architecture of plant–pollinator interaction networks
BJ Spiesman, BD Inouye
Ecology 94 (12), 2688-2696, 2013
1192013
Regional problems need integrated solutions: pest management and conservation biology in agroecosystems
GS Cumming, BJ Spiesman
Biological Conservation 131 (4), 533-543, 2006
862006
Communities in context: the influences of multiscale environmental variation on local ant community structure
BJ Spiesman, GS Cumming
Landscape Ecology 23, 313-325, 2008
602008
Bumble bee colony growth and reproduction depend on local flower dominance and natural habitat area in the surrounding landscape
BJ Spiesman, A Bennett, R Isaacs, C Gratton
Biological Conservation 206, 217-223, 2017
522017
Taking the trophic bypass: Aquatic‐terrestrial linkage reduces methylmercury in a terrestrial food web
M Bartrons, C Gratton, BJ Spiesman, MJ Vander Zanden
Ecological Applications 25 (1), 151-159, 2015
372015
Flexible foraging shapes the topology of plant–pollinator interaction networks
BJ Spiesman, C Gratton
Ecology 97 (6), 1431-1441, 2016
362016
Assessing the potential for deep learning and computer vision to identify bumble bee species from images
BJ Spiesman, C Gratton, RG Hatfield, WH Hsu, S Jepsen, B McCornack, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-10, 2021
322021
Contrasting foraging patterns: Testing resource-concentration and dilution effects with pollinators and seed predators
A Wenninger, TN Kim, BJ Spiesman, C Gratton
Insects 7 (2), 23, 2016
262016
Persistent soil carbon enhanced in Mollisols by well-managed grasslands but not annual grain or dairy forage cropping systems
Y Rui, RD Jackson, MF Cotrufo, GR Sanford, BJ Spiesman, L Deiss, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (7), e2118931119, 2022
202022
Patch size, isolation, and matrix effects on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in a landscape microcosm
BJ Spiesman, AP Stapper, BD Inouye
Ecosphere 9 (3), e02173, 2018
152018
Carbon storage potential increases with increasing ratio of C4 to C3 grass cover and soil productivity in restored tallgrass prairies
BJ Spiesman, H Kummel, RD Jackson
Oecologia 186, 565-576, 2018
142018
Selective manipulation of a non-dominant plant and its herbivores affects an old-field plant community
TN Kim, BJ Spiesman, AL Buchanan, AS Hakes, SL Halpern, BD Inouye, ...
Plant Ecology 216, 1029-1045, 2015
72015
The consequences of multiple indirect pathways of interaction for species coexistence
BJ Spiesman, BD Inouye
Theoretical Ecology 8, 225-232, 2015
72015
Temporal resource continuity increases predator abundance in a metapopulation model: Insights for conservation and biocontrol
BJ Spiesman, B Iuliano, C Gratton
Land 9 (12), 479, 2020
52020
Harvesting effects on wild bee communities in bioenergy grasslands depend on nesting guild
BJ Spiesman, A Bennett, R Isaacs, C Gratton
Ecological Applications 29 (2), e01828, 2019
42019
Ecosystem and agronomic services provided by perennial herbaceous crop species versus prairie mixtures
EG Murrell, J Butters, E Cheremond, J Fyie, B Spiesman, T Kim
ASA, CSSA, SSSA International Annual Meeting, 2021
12021
Living on the edge: Determining the potential of multipurpose perennial crops as habitat for native pollinators and natural enemies
J Butters, BJ Spiesman, EG Murrell, TN Kim
Entomology 2019, 2019
12019
Image classification of sugarcane aphid density using deep convolutional neural networks
I Grijalva, BJ Spiesman, B McCornack
Smart Agricultural Technology 3, 100089, 2023
2023
Reply to Lajtha and Silva: Agriculture and soil carbon persistence of grassland-derived Mollisols
Y Rui, RD Jackson, MF Cotrufo, GR Sanford, BJ Spiesman, L Deiss, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (30), e2204142119, 2022
2022
Reply to Chen et al.: Soil organic carbon stocks and persistence of surface 30 cm of Mollisols
Y Rui, RD Jackson, MF Cotrufo, GR Sanford, BJ Spiesman, L Deiss, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (28), e2204140119, 2022
2022
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