Lethal and sublethal effects of toxicants on bumble bee populations: a modelling approach
By: J. Banks, H. Banks, N. Myers, A. Laubmeier & R. Bommarco
2019 journal article
Ecosystem function in predator-prey food webs-confronting dynamic models with empirical data
JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY, 88(2), 196–210.
By: A. Curtsdotter, H. Banks, J. Banks, M. Jonsson, T. Jonsson, A. Laubmeier, M. Traugott, R. Bommarco
Modelling the effects of field spatial scale and natural enemy colonization behaviour on pest suppression in diversified agroecosystems
AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST ENTOMOLOGY.
By: J. Banks, A. Laubmeier & H. Banks
2018 journal article
From theory to experimental design-Quantifying a trait-based theory of predator-prey dynamics
PLoS One, 13(4).
By: A. Laubmeier, K. Wootton, J. Banks, R. Bommarco, A. Curtsdotter, T. Jonsson, T. Roslin, H. Banks
2017 journal article
Modeling bumble bee population dynamics with delay differential equations
Ecological Modelling, 351, 14–23.
By: H. Banks, J. Banks, R. Bommarco, A. Laubmeier, N. Myers, M. Rundlof, K. Tillman
2016 journal article
Universal and overlap cycles for posets, words, and juggling patterns
Graphs and Combinatorics, 32(3), 1013–1025.
By: A. King, A. Laubmeier, K. Orans & A. Godbole
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