Margaret R. Douglas
Margaret R. Douglas
Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, Dickinson College
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Large-scale deployment of seed treatments has driven rapid increase in use of neonicotinoid insecticides and preemptive pest management in US field crops
MR Douglas, JF Tooker
Environmental science & technology 49 (8), 5088-5097, 2015
A framework for evaluating ecosystem services provided by cover crops in agroecosystems
ME Schipanski, M Barbercheck, MR Douglas, DM Finney, K Haider, ...
Agricultural Systems 125, 12-22, 2014
EDITOR'S CHOICE: Neonicotinoid insecticide travels through a soil food chain, disrupting biological control of non‐target pests and decreasing soya bean yield
MR Douglas, JR Rohr, JF Tooker
Journal of applied ecology 52 (1), 250-260, 2015
Meta-analysis reveals that seed-applied neonicotinoids and pyrethroids have similar negative effects on abundance of arthropod natural enemies
MR Douglas, JF Tooker
PeerJ 4, e2776, 2016
Slug (Mollusca: Agriolimacidae, Arionidae) ecology and management in no-till field crops, with an emphasis on the mid-Atlantic region
MR Douglas, JF Tooker
Journal of Integrated Pest Management 3 (1), C1-C9, 2012
Pesticides and pollinators: A socioecological synthesis
DB Sponsler, CM Grozinger, C Hitaj, M Rundlöf, C Botías, A Code, ...
Science of the Total Environment 662, 1012-1027, 2019
Neonicotinoid seed treatments: limitations and compatibility with integrated pest management
JF Tooker, MR Douglas, CH Krupke
Agricultural & Environmental Letters 2 (1), ael2017.08.0026, 2017
Predator hunting mode influences patterns of prey use from grazing and epigeic food webs
GM Wimp, SM Murphy, D Lewis, MR Douglas, R Ambikapathi, C Gratton, ...
Oecologia 171 (2), 505-515, 2013
Permanent genetic resources added to molecular ecology resources database 1 August 2010–30 September 2010
Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium, ...
Molecular ecology resources 11 (1), 219-222, 2011
County-level analysis reveals a rapidly shifting landscape of insecticide hazard to honey bees (Apis mellifera) on US farmland
MR Douglas, DB Sponsler, EV Lonsdorf, CM Grozinger
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
Sowing uncertainty: what we do and don’t know about the planting of pesticide-treated seed
C Hitaj, DJ Smith, A Code, S Wechsler, PD Esker, MR Douglas
BioScience 70 (5), 390-403, 2020
A high-diversity/IPM cropping system fosters beneficial arthropod populations, limits invertebrate pests, and produces competitive maize yields
AK Busch, MR Douglas, GM Malcolm, HD Karsten, JF Tooker
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 292, 106812, 2020
Ecological trade-offs associated with insecticide use, from Pennsylvania to Bangladesh
MR Douglas
Evaluation of biorational insecticides and DNA barcoding as tools to improve insect pest management in lablab bean (Lablab purpureus) in Bangladesh
MR Douglas, J Chang, K Begum, S Subramanian, JF Tooker, SN Alam, ...
Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 21 (4), 1326-1336, 2018
Bumble bees in landscapes with abundant floral resources have lower pathogen loads
DJ McNeil, E McCormick, AC Heimann, M Kammerer, MR Douglas, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
Investigating seasonal variation in wild bee responses to landscape resources and risks
M Kammerer, S Goslee, M Douglas, JF Tooker, CM Grozinger
Entomology 2019, 2019
Understanding the economic dependence of US industrial sectors on insect-mediated pollination
A Jordan, M Douglas, H Patch, CM Grozinger, V Khanna
Entomology 2019, 2019
Potency paradox: Changing patterns of insecticide use in US corn production
M Douglas, DB Sponsler, CM Grozinger
Entomology 2018, 2018
Economic vulnerability of the United States agricultural sector facing pollinator decline
A Jordan, MR Douglas, H Patch, C Grozinger, V Khanna
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
Location, location, location: Developing tools for selection of landscapes to promote healthy bee populations
TO Jones, MR Douglas, E Lonsdorf, DA Miller, M Frazier, H Patch, ...
Entomology 2017, 2017
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