Brett R. Blaauw, Ph.D.

2013 Entomology - Doctor of Philosophy Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Entomology Biology, Agronomy Agriculture, Ecology Biology
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Rufus Isaacs grad student 2013 Michigan State
 (Composition, size, and effectiveness of native plant conservation plantings for supporting beneficial insects.)
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Blaauw BR, Jones VP, Nielsen AL. (2016) Utilizing immunomarking techniques to track Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) movement and distribution within a peach orchard. Peerj. 4: e1997
Blaauw BR, Polk D, Nielsen AL. (2015) IPM-CPR for peaches: incorporating behaviorally-based methods to manage Halyomorpha halys and key pests in peach. Pest Management Science. 71: 1513-22
Blaauw BR, Isaacs R. (2015) Wildflower plantings enhance the abundance of natural enemies and their services in adjacent blueberry fields Biological Control. 91: 94-103
Garibaldi LA, Carvalheiro LG, Leonhardt SD, et al. (2014) From research to action: Enhancing crop yield through wild pollinators Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 12: 439-447
Blaauw BR, Isaacs R. (2014) Flower plantings increase wild bee abundance and the pollination services provided to a pollination-dependent crop Journal of Applied Ecology. 51: 890-898
Blaauw BR, Isaacs R. (2014) Larger patches of diverse floral resources increase insect pollinator density, diversity, and their pollination of native wildflowers Basic and Applied Ecology. 15: 701-711
Blaauw BR, Isaacs R. (2012) Larger wildflower plantings increase natural enemy density, diversity, and biological control of sentinel prey, without increasing herbivore density Ecological Entomology. 37: 386-394
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