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Emily S. Minor
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Graph models of habitat mosaics
DL Urban, ES Minor, EA Treml, RS Schick
Ecology letters 12 (3), 260-273, 2009
6372009
A graph‐theory framework for evaluating landscape connectivity and conservation planning
ES Minor, DL Urban
Conservation biology 22 (2), 297-307, 2008
5322008
The city as a refuge for insect pollinators
DM Hall, GR Camilo, RK Tonietto, J Ollerton, K Ahrné, M Arduser, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 24-29, 2017
4272017
Graph theory as a proxy for spatially explicit population models in conservation planning
ES Minor, DL Urban
Ecological applications 17 (6), 1771-1782, 2007
3352007
Diversity of wild bees supports pollination services in an urbanized landscape
DM Lowenstein, KC Matteson, ES Minor
Oecologia 179 (3), 811-821, 2015
1432015
Urban residents' perceptions of birds in the neighborhood: Biodiversity, cultural ecosystem services, and disservices
JA Belaire, LM Westphal, CJ Whelan, ES Minor
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 117 (2), 192-202, 2015
1402015
Humans, bees, and pollination services in the city: the case of Chicago, IL (USA)
DM Lowenstein, KC Matteson, I Xiao, AM Silva, ES Minor
Biodiversity and conservation 23 (11), 2857-2874, 2014
1382014
Direct and indirect effects of land use on floral resources and flower‐visiting insects across an urban landscape
KC Matteson, JB Grace, ES Minor
Oikos 122 (5), 682-694, 2013
1372013
A multiscale network analysis of protected‐area connectivity for mammals in the United States
ES Minor, TR Lookingbill
Conservation Biology 24 (6), 1549-1558, 2010
1272010
Having our yards and sharing them too: the collective effects of yards on native bird species in an urban landscape
JA Belaire, CJ Whelan, ES Minor
Ecological Applications 24 (8), 2132-2143, 2014
1242014
Vacant lots: An underexplored resource for ecological and social benefits in cities
EC Anderson, ES Minor
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 21, 146-152, 2017
1072017
Effects of habitat structure, human disturbance, and habitat connectivity on urban forest bird communities
W Kang, ES Minor, CR Park, D Lee
Urban ecosystems 18 (3), 857-870, 2015
1072015
The role of landscape connectivity in assembling exotic plant communities: a network analysis
ES Minor, SM Tessel, KAM Engelhardt, TR Lookingbill
Ecology 90 (7), 1802-1809, 2009
1022009
Exploring the effects of green infrastructure placement on neighborhood-level flooding via spatially explicit simulations
M Zellner, D Massey, E Minor, M Gonzalez-Meler
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 59, 116-128, 2016
962016
Forest bird communities across a gradient of urban development
E Minor, D Urban
Urban Ecosystems 13 (1), 51-71, 2010
732010
Different social drivers, including perceptions of urban wildlife, explain the ecological resources in residential landscapes
JA Belaire, LM Westphal, ES Minor
Landscape ecology 31 (2), 401-413, 2016
622016
Landscape connectivity and seed dispersal characteristics inform the best management strategy for exotic plants
ES Minor, RH Gardner
Ecological Applications 21 (3), 739-749, 2011
622011
Evaluating the dependence of urban pollinators on ornamental, non-native, and ‘weedy’floral resources
DM Lowenstein, KC Matteson, ES Minor
Urban Ecosystems 22 (2), 293-302, 2019
612019
Green infrastructure and bird diversity across an urban socioeconomic gradient
AY Davis, JA Belaire, MA Farfan, D Milz, ER Sweeney, SR Loss, ES Minor
Ecosphere 3 (11), 1-18, 2012
592012
Combined vegetation volume and “greenness” affect urban air temperature
AY Davis, J Jung, BC Pijanowski, ES Minor
Applied Geography 71, 106-114, 2016
552016
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