Karen Goodell
Karen Goodell
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Impact: toward a framework for understanding the ecological effects of invaders
IM Parker, D Simberloff, WM Lonsdale, K Goodell, M Wonham, ...
Biological invasions 1 (1), 3-19, 1999
20891999
The role of resources and risks in regulating wild bee populations
TH Roulston, K Goodell
Annual review of entomology 56, 293-312, 2011
4692011
Pollen removal and deposition by honeybee and bumblebee visitors to apple and almond flowers
JD Thomson, K Goodell
Journal of Applied ecology 38 (5), 1032-1044, 2001
2442001
Application of ITS2 metabarcoding to determine the provenance of pollen collected by honey bees in an agroecosystem
RT Richardson, CH Lin, DB Sponsler, JO Quijia, K Goodell, RM Johnson
Applications in Plant Sciences 3 (1), 1400066, 2015
1392015
Shading by invasive shrub reduces seed production and pollinator services in a native herb
AM McKinney, K Goodell
Biological Invasions 12 (8), 2751-2763, 2010
1332010
Population size and relatedness affect fitness of a self-incompatible invasive plant
DR Elam, CE Ridley, K Goodell, NC Ellstrand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (2), 549-552, 2007
1282007
Food availability affects Osmia pumila (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) foraging, reproduction, and brood parasitism
K Goodell
Oecologia 134 (4), 518-527, 2003
922003
Gene flow among small populations of a self‐incompatible plant: an interaction between demography and genetics
K Goodell, DR Elam, JD Nason, NC Ellstrand
American Journal of Botany 84 (10), 1362-1371, 1997
761997
Rank‐based characterization of pollen assemblages collected by honey bees using a multi‐locus metabarcoding approach
RT Richardson, CH Lin, JO Quijia, NS Riusech, K Goodell, RM Johnson
Applications in plant sciences 3 (11), 1500043, 2015
722015
Plant–pollinator interactions between an invasive and native plant vary between sites with different flowering phenology
AM McKinney, K Goodell
Plant Ecology 212 (6), 1025-1035, 2011
672011
Diversity and distribution of floral resources influence the restoration of plant–pollinator networks on a reclaimed strip mine
S Cusser, K Goodell
Restoration Ecology 21 (6), 713-721, 2013
602013
Pollen Limitation and Local Habitat-Dependent Pollinator Interactions in the Invasive Shrub Lonicera maackii
K Goodell, AM McKinney, CH Lin
International journal of plant sciences 171 (1), 63-72, 2010
492010
Comparisons of pollen removal and deposition by honey bees and bumblebees visiting apple
K Goodell, JD Thomson
VII International Symposium on Pollination 437, 103-108, 1996
391996
Invasion of a dominant floral resource: effects on the floral community and pollination of native plants
K Goodell, IM Parker
Ecology 98 (1), 57-69, 2017
312017
Biological impacts of species invasions: implications for policy makers
K Goodell, IM Parker, GS Gilbert
National Research Council (US), Incorporating science, economics, and …, 2000
272000
Documenting bee decline or squandering scarce resources
VJ Tepedino, S Durham, SA Cameron, K Goodell
Conservation Biology 29 (1), 280-282, 2015
232015
Pollination of Cytisus scoparius (Fabaceae) and Genista monspessulana (Fabaceae), two invasive shrubs in California
IM Parker, A Engel, KA Haubensak, K Goodell
Madroño, 25-32, 2002
192002
Demographic consequences of greater clonal than sexual reproduction in Dicentra canadensis
CH Lin, MN Miriti, K Goodell
Ecology and evolution 6 (12), 3871-3883, 2016
152016
10 Invasive Exotic Plant–Bee Interactions
K Goodell
Bee Pollination in Agricultural Ecosystems, 166, 2008
152008
Influence of bee species (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) with contrasting behaviors on pollen movement in a mustard, Brassica rapa (Brassicaceae) and the muskmelon Cucumis melo …
K Goodell, JD Thomson
Entomologia Generalis, 237-252, 2007
142007
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