Lauren C. Ponisio
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Diversification practices reduce organic to conventional yield gap
LC Ponisio, LK M'Gonigle, KC Mace, J Palomino, P de Valpine, C Kremen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1799), 20141396, 2015
3552015
More than just indicators: a review of tropical butterfly ecology and conservation
TC Bonebrake, LC Ponisio, CL Boggs, PR Ehrlich
Biological conservation 143 (8), 1831-1841, 2010
1992010
Habitat restoration promotes pollinator persistence and colonization in intensively managed agriculture
LK M'Gonigle, LC Ponisio, K Cutler, C Kremen
Ecological Applications 25 (6), 1557-1565, 2015
622015
Pyrodiversity begets plant–pollinator community diversity
LC Ponisio, K Wilkin, LK M'Gonigle, K Kulhanek, L Cook, R Thorp, ...
Global change biology 22 (5), 1794-1808, 2016
532016
On‐farm habitat restoration counters biotic homogenization in intensively managed agriculture
LC Ponisio, LK M'Gonigle, C Kremen
Global Change Biology 22 (2), 704-715, 2016
442016
Temporal dynamics influenced by global change: bee community phenology in urban, agricultural, and natural landscapes
M Leong, LC Ponisio, C Kremen, RW Thorp, GK Roderick
Global change biology 22 (3), 1046-1053, 2016
272016
Opportunistic attachment assembles plant–pollinator networks
LC Ponisio, MP Gaiarsa, C Kremen
Ecology letters 20 (10), 1261-1272, 2017
192017
System-level approach needed to evaluate the transition to more sustainable agriculture
LC Ponisio, C Kremen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1824), 20152913, 2016
192016
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) pollination in California's Central Valley is limited by native bee nest site location
HS Sardiñas, K Tom, LC Ponisio, A Rominger, C Kremen
Ecological Applications 26 (2), 438-447, 2016
172016
Agricultural practices for food safety threaten pest control services for fresh produce
DS Karp, R Moses, S Gennet, MS Jones, S Joseph, LK M'Gonigle, ...
Journal of applied ecology 53 (5), 1402-1412, 2016
162016
Diversification, yield and a new agricultural revolution: Problems and prospects
L Ponisio, P Ehrlich
Sustainability 8 (11), 1118, 2016
152016
Hedgerow presence does not enhance indicators of nest‐site habitat quality or nesting rates of ground‐nesting bees
HS Sardiñas, LC Ponisio, C Kremen
Restoration Ecology 24 (4), 499-505, 2016
102016
Coevolution leaves a weak signal on ecological networks
LC Ponisio, LK M'Gonigle
Ecosphere 8 (4), e01798, 2017
62017
A network perspective for community assembly
L Ponisio, F Valdovinos, K Allhoff, M Gaiarsa, A Barner, P Guimarães, ...
32019
Restoring Pollinator Communities and Pollination Services in Hedgerows in Intensively‐Managed Agricultural Landscapes
C Kremen, M Albrech, LC Ponisio
The Ecology of Hedgerows and Field Margins, 163, 2019
12019
Pollinator community assembly tracks changes in floral resources as restored hedgerows mature in agricultural landscapes
C Kremen, LK M’Gonigle, LC Ponisio
Front. Ecol. Evol. 6: 170. doi: 10.3389/fevo, 2018
12018
Decade-long plant community responses to shrubland fuel hazard reduction
KM Wilkin, LC Ponisio, DL Fry, CL Tubbesing, JB Potts, SL Stephens
Fire Ecology 13 (2), 105, 2017
12017
Proximity of restored hedgerows interacts with local floral diversity and species' traits to shape long‐term pollinator metacommunity dynamics
LC Ponisio, P de Valpine, LK M’Gonigle, C Kremen
Ecology letters, 2019
2019
The assembly of plant-pollinator communities
LC Ponisio
University of California, Berkeley, 2016
2016
Scaling-up agroecological research to investigate tradeoffs in ecosystem services
C Kremen, CM Kennedy, AF Miles, L Ponisio
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