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    • A case study of strategies for fostering international, interdisciplinary research 

      Halvorsen, Kathleen E.; Knowlton, Jessie L.; Mayer, A.S.; Phifer, Colin C.; Martins de Souza, Tatiana; Pischke, Erin C.; Propato, Tamara Sofía; Cavigliasso, Pablo; García, C.; Chiappe, Marta; Eastmond, Amarella; Licata, Julián Andrés; Kuhlberg, Mark; Medeiros, R.; Picasso Risso, Valentin; Mendez, G.; Primo, P.; Frado, A.; Veron, Santiago Ramón; Dunn, J.L. (2016-06)
      Bringing together and successfully managing a highly interdisciplinary (ID) research team of socioeconomic, biophysical, and engineering scientists is highly challenging, particularly when that team includes 20 scientists ...
    • Bird community responses to afforested eucalyptus plantations in the Argentine pampas 

      Phifer, Colin C.; Knowlton, Jessie L.; Webster, Christopher R.; Flaspohler, David J.; Licata, Julián Andrés (2017-12)
      Land-use change driven by human population growth and economic activity will continue to impact both natural habitats and land currently being used for food, fiber, and fuel production. The effects of this conversion on ...
    • Influence of landscape composition on wild bee communities: Effects of functional landscape heterogeneity 

      Cavigliasso, Pablo; Phifer, Colin C.; Knowlton, Jessie L.; Licata, Julián Andrés; Flaspohler, David J.; Webster, Christopher R.; Chacoff, Natacha Paola (Elsevier, 2022-12)
      Landscapes dominated by conventional agriculture reduce and simplify natural habitats, with negative consequences for ecosystem regulating services. We examined differences in structure and composition of bee communities ...