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, 3-19, 1999
The role of resources and risks in regulating wild bee populations
TH Roulston, K Goodell
Annual review of entomology 56, 293-312, 2011
Pollen removal and deposition by honeybee and bumblebee visitors to apple and almond flowers
JD Thomson, K Goodell
Journal of Applied ecology, 1032-1044, 2001
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
Shading by invasive shrub reduces seed production and pollinator services in a native herb
AM McKinney, K Goodell
Biological Invasions 12, 2751-2763, 2010
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
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
Food availability affects Osmia pumila (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) foraging, reproduction, and brood parasitism
K Goodell
Oecologia 134, 518-527, 2003
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
Plant–pollinator interactions between an invasive and native plant vary between sites with different flowering phenology
AM McKinney, K Goodell
Plant Ecology 212, 1025-1035, 2011
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
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
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
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
Habitat preference and phenology of nest seeking and foraging spring bumble bee queens in northeastern North America (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Bombus)
J Lanterman, P Reeher, RJ Mitchell, K Goodell
The American Midland Naturalist 182 (2), 131-159, 2019
Documenting bee decline or squandering scarce resources
VJ Tepedino, S Durham, SA Cameron, K Goodell
Conservation Biology 29 (1), 280-282, 2015
Biological impacts of species invasions: implications for policy makers
K Goodell, IM Parker, GS Gilbert
National Research Council (US), Incorporating science, economics, and …, 2000
Synergism between local‐and landscape‐level pesticides reduces wild bee floral visitation in pollinator‐dependent crops
EH Bloom, TJ Wood, KLJ Hung, JJ Ternest, LL Ingwell, K Goodell, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (6), 1187-1198, 2021
Bumble bee species distributions and habitat associations in the Midwestern USA, a region of declining diversity
JL Novotny, P Reeher, M Varvaro, A Lybbert, J Smith, RJ Mitchell, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 30 (3), 865-887, 2021
Bumble bee colony growth and reproduction on reclaimed surface coal mines
J Lanterman, K Goodell
Restoration Ecology 26 (1), 183-194, 2018
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