Neal M. Williams

Affiliations: 
University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Area:
pollination biology, bee ecology evolution and behavior, agroecology
Website:
https://williamslab.ucdavis.edu/
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Rosenheim JA, Williams NM, Rapp JM, et al. (2024) A test of balanced fitness limitations theory: Pollen limitation in plants. Ecology and Evolution. 14: e10911
Williams NM, Buderi A, Rowe L, et al. (2023) Wildflower plantings enhance nesting opportunities for soil-nesting bees. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e2935
Lonsdorf EV, Rundlöf M, Nicholson CC, et al. (2023) A spatially explicit model of landscape pesticide exposure to bees: Development, exploration, and evaluation. The Science of the Total Environment. 168146
Page ML, Williams NM. (2023) Evidence of exploitative competition between honey bees and native bees in two California landscapes. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Stuligross C, Melone GG, Wang L, et al. (2023) Sublethal behavioral impacts of resource limitation and insecticide exposure reinforce negative fitness outcomes for a solitary bee. The Science of the Total Environment. 867: 161392
Page ML, Williams NM. (2022) Honey bee introductions displace native bees and decrease pollination of a native wildflower. Ecology. e3939
Lemanski NJ, Williams NM, Winfree R. (2022) Greater bee diversity is needed to maintain crop pollination over time. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Allen-Perkins A, Magrach A, Dainese M, et al. (2021) CropPol: a dynamic, open and global database on crop pollination. Ecology
Stuligross C, Williams NM. (2021) Past insecticide exposure reduces bee reproduction and population growth rate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Malfi RL, Crone E, Rundlöf M, et al. (2021) Early resources lead to persistent benefits for bumble bee colony dynamics. Ecology. e03560
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