Heather Grab
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A global synthesis reveals biodiversity-mediated benefits for crop production
M Dainese, EA Martin, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, I Bartomeus, R Bommarco, ...
Science advances 5 (10), eaax0121, 2019
Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition
DS Karp, R Chaplin-Kramer, TD Meehan, EA Martin, F DeClerck, H Grab, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (33), E7863-E7870, 2018
The effectiveness of flower strips and hedgerows on pest control, pollination services and crop yield: a quantitative synthesis
M Albrecht, D Kleijn, NM Williams, M Tschumi, BR Blaauw, R Bommarco, ...
Ecology letters 23 (10), 1488-1498, 2020
A global synthesis of the effects of diversified farming systems on arthropod diversity within fields and across agricultural landscapes
EM Lichtenberg, CM Kennedy, C Kremen, P Batary, F Berendse, ...
Global change biology 23 (11), 4946-4957, 2017
Agriculturally dominated landscapes reduce bee phylogenetic diversity and pollination services
H Grab, MG Branstetter, N Amon, KR Urban-Mead, MG Park, J Gibbs, ...
Science 363 (6424), 282-284, 2019
Landscape simplification decreases wild bee pollination services to strawberry
H Connelly, K Poveda, G Loeb
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 211, 51-56, 2015
Temporally dependent pollinator competition and facilitation with mass flowering crops affects yield in co-blooming crops
H Grab, EJ Blitzer, B Danforth, G Loeb, K Poveda
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 45296, 2017
Landscape simplification reduces classical biological control and crop yield
H Grab, B Danforth, K Poveda, G Loeb
Ecological Applications 28 (2), 348-355, 2018
Landscape simplification constrains adult size in a native ground-nesting bee
M Renauld, A Hutchinson, G Loeb, K Poveda, H Connelly
PLoS One 11 (3), e0150946, 2016
Landscape simplification shapes pathogen prevalence in plant‐pollinator networks
LL Figueroa, H Grab, WH Ng, CR Myers, P Graystock, QS McFrederick, ...
Ecology Letters 23 (8), 1212-1222, 2020
Landscape context shifts the balance of costs and benefits from wildflower borders on multiple ecosystem services
H Grab, K Poveda, B Danforth, G Loeb
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1884), 20181102, 2018
Viral transmission in honey bees and native bees, supported by a global black queen cell virus phylogeny
EA Murray, J Burand, N Trikoz, J Schnabel, H Grab, BN Danforth
Environmental microbiology 21 (3), 972-983, 2019
Habitat enhancements rescue bee body size from the negative effects of landscape simplification
H Grab, J Brokaw, E Anderson, L Gedlinske, J Gibbs, J Wilson, G Loeb, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (9), 2144-2154, 2019
Field Evaluation of an Oviposition Deterrent for Management of Spotted-Wing Drosophila, Drosophila suzukii, and Potential Nontarget Effects
AK Wallingford, HL Connelly, G Dore Brind'Amour, MT Boucher, ...
Journal of economic entomology 109 (4), 1779-1784, 2016
Responses of crop pests and natural enemies to wildflower borders depends on functional group
E McCabe, G Loeb, H Grab
Insects 8 (3), 73, 2017
A global synthesis reveals biodiversity-mediated benefits for crop production. Sci Adv 5: eaax0121
M Dainese, EA Martin, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, I Bartomeus, R Bommarco, ...
CropPol: A dynamic, open and global database on crop pollination
A Allen‐Perkins, A Magrach, M Dainese, LA Garibaldi, D Kleijn, R Rader, ...
Ecology 103 (3), e3614, 2022
The Bee Community of Cannabis sativa and Corresponding Effects of Landscape Composition
NR Flicker, K Poveda, H Grab
Environmental Entomology 49 (1), 197-202, 2020
Models of natural pest control: Towards predictions across agricultural landscapes
N Alexandridis, G Marion, R Chaplin-Kramer, M Dainese, J Ekroos, ...
Biological control 163, 104761, 2021
Landscape composition mediates the relationship between predator body size and pest control
R Perez‐Alvarez, H Grab, A Polyakov, K Poveda
Ecological Applications 31 (6), e02365, 2021
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