Eric V. Lonsdorf, Ph.D.

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Ruth Shaw grad student 2004 UMN
 (Consequences of inbreeding in fragmented habitats for plant populations and communities.)
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Wooley SC, Smith DS, Lonsdorf EV, et al. (2020) Local adaptation and rapid evolution of aphids in response to genetic interactions with their cottonwood hosts. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 10532-10542
Douglas MR, Sponsler DB, Lonsdorf EV, et al. (2020) County-level analysis reveals a rapidly shifting landscape of insecticide hazard to honey bees (Apis mellifera) on US farmland. Scientific Reports. 10: 797
Handler A, Lonsdorf E, Ardia D. (2020) Evidence for red fox (Vulpes vulpes) exploitation of anthropogenic food sources along an urbanization gradient using stable isotope analysis Canadian Journal of Zoology. 98: 79-87
Ahlering M, Carlson D, Vacek S, et al. (2020) Cooperatively improving tallgrass prairie with adaptive management Ecosphere. 11
Cariveau AB, Anderson E, Baum KA, et al. (2019) Rapid Assessment of Roadsides as Potential Habitat for Monarchs and Other Pollinators Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7
Kramer AT, Crane B, Downing J, et al. (2019) Sourcing native plants to support ecosystem function in different planting contexts Restoration Ecology. 27: 470-476
Nicholson CC, Ricketts TH, Koh I, et al. (2019) Flowering resources distract pollinators from crops: Model predictions from landscape simulations Journal of Applied Ecology. 56: 618-628
Bolin A, Smith HG, Lonsdorf EV, et al. (2018) Scale‐dependent foraging tradeoff allows competitive coexistence Oikos. 127: 1575-1585
Aagaard KJ, Thogmartin WE, Lonsdorf EV. (2018) Temperature-influenced energetics model for migrating waterfowl Ecological Modelling. 378: 46-58
Williams NM, Lonsdorf EV. (2018) Selecting cost-effective plant mixes to support pollinators Biological Conservation. 217: 195-202
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