Rachael Winfree
Rachael Winfree
Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources, Rutgers University
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How many flowering plants are pollinated by animals?
J Ollerton, R Winfree, S Tarrant
Oikos 120 (3), 321-326, 2011
Wild pollinators enhance fruit set of crops regardless of honey bee abundance
LA Garibaldi, I Steffan-Dewenter, R Winfree, MA Aizen, R Bommarco, ...
science 339 (6127), 1608-1611, 2013
Bee foraging ranges and their relationship to body size
SS Greenleaf, NM Williams, R Winfree, C Kremen
Oecologia 153, 589-596, 2007
Pollination and other ecosystem services produced by mobile organisms: a conceptual framework for the effects of land‐use change
C Kremen, NM Williams, MA Aizen, B Gemmill‐Herren, G LeBuhn, ...
Ecology letters 10 (4), 299-314, 2007
A global quantitative synthesis of local and landscape effects on wild bee pollinators in agroecosystems
CM Kennedy, E Lonsdorf, MC Neel, NM Williams, TH Ricketts, R Winfree, ...
Ecology letters 16 (5), 584-599, 2013
A meta‐analysis of bees' responses to anthropogenic disturbance
R Winfree, R Aguilar, DP Vázquez, G LeBuhn, MA Aizen
Ecology 90 (8), 2068-2076, 2009
Stability of pollination services decreases with isolation from natural areas despite honey bee visits
LA Garibaldi, I Steffan‐Dewenter, C Kremen, JM Morales, R Bommarco, ...
Ecology letters 14 (10), 1062-1072, 2011
Non-bee insects are important contributors to global crop pollination
R Rader, I Bartomeus, LA Garibaldi, MPD Garratt, BG Howlett, R Winfree, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (1), 146-151, 2016
Delivery of crop pollination services is an insufficient argument for wild pollinator conservation
D Kleijn, R Winfree, I Bartomeus, LG Carvalheiro, M Henry, R Isaacs, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 7414, 2015
Native bees provide insurance against ongoing honey bee losses
R Winfree, NM Williams, J Dushoff, C Kremen
Ecology letters 10 (11), 1105-1113, 2007
Native pollinators in anthropogenic habitats
R Winfree, I Bartomeus, DP Cariveau
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 42 (1), 1-22, 2011
Abundance of common species, not species richness, drives delivery of a real‐world ecosystem service
R Winfree, J W. Fox, NM Williams, JR Reilly, DP Cariveau
Ecology letters 18 (7), 626-635, 2015
Climate-associated phenological advances in bee pollinators and bee-pollinated plants
I Bartomeus, JS Ascher, D Wagner, BN Danforth, S Colla, S Kornbluth, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (51), 20645-20649, 2011
Historical changes in northeastern US bee pollinators related to shared ecological traits
I Bartomeus, JS Ascher, J Gibbs, BN Danforth, DL Wagner, SM Hedtke, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (12), 4656-4660, 2013
From research to action: enhancing crop yield through wild pollinators
LA Garibaldi, LG Carvalheiro, SD Leonhardt, MA Aizen, BR Blaauw, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (8), 439-447, 2014
Effect of human disturbance on bee communities in a forested ecosystem
R Winfree, T Griswold, C Kremen
Conservation biology 21 (1), 213-223, 2007
Wild bee pollinators provide the majority of crop visitation across land‐use gradients in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, USA
R Winfree, NM Williams, H Gaines, JS Ascher, C Kremen
Journal of applied ecology 45 (3), 793-802, 2008
Modelling pollination services across agricultural landscapes
E Lonsdorf, C Kremen, T Ricketts, R Winfree, N Williams, S Greenleaf
Annals of botany 103 (9), 1589-1600, 2009
The conservation and restoration of wild bees
R Winfree
Annals of the New York academy of sciences 1195 (1), 169-197, 2010
Reconnecting plants and pollinators: challenges in the restoration of pollination mutualisms
MHM Menz, RD Phillips, R Winfree, C Kremen, MA Aizen, SD Johnson, ...
Trends in plant science 16 (1), 4-12, 2011
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