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Griffin, S.R., B. Bruninga-Socolar, and J. Gibbs. 2021. Bee communities in restored prairies are structured by landscape and management, not local floral resources. Basic and Applied
Ecology. pdf

Griffin, S.R. and N.M. Haddad. 2021. Connectivity and edge effects increase bee colonization in an experimentally fragmented landscape. Ecography. pdf

Kemmerling, L., S.R. Griffin, N.M. Haddad. 2021. Optimization of pollinator conservation and crop yield among perennial bioenergy crops. GCB Bioenergy. pdf

Jarvis, R.M., S.B. Borrelle,…, S.R. Griffin,…, and B.K. Prohaska. 2020. Navigating spaces between conservation research and practice: are we making progress? Ecological Solutions and Evidence. pdf

Stemkovski, M., W.D. Pearse, S.R. Griffin,…, and R.E. Irwin. 2020. Bee phenology is predicted by climatic variation and functional traits. Ecology Letters. pdf

Hawn, C.L, N.M. Haddad, S.R. Griffin, J. Herrmann. 2018. Connectivity increases food web
subsidies in fragmented landscapes. Ecology Letters. pdf

Ogilvie, J.E., S.R. Griffin, Z.J. Gezon, B.D. Inouye, N. Underwood, D.W. Inouye, and R.E. Irwin. 2018. Climate, flowering phenology, and bumble bee abundance. Ecology letters. pdf

Griffin, S.R., B. Bruninga-Socolar, M. Kerr, J. Gibbs, and R. Winfree. 2017. Wild bee community change over a 26-year chronosequence of restored tallgrass prairie. Restoration ecologypdf

Rader, R., Bartomeus, I.,…, S.R. Griffin,…, and M. Woyciechowski. 2015. Wild insects other than bees are important contributors to global crop production. PNAS. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1517092112. pdf

Hoebeke, R.E. and S.R. Griffin.  2015. First record of the Palearctic root weevil Otiorhynchus porcatus (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Entiminae) in the United States and additional records of other adventive weevils occurring on the Isles of Shoals (Maine and New Hampshire). Coleopterists Bulletin. 69(4): 1–8. pdf

Seeley, T.D., D.R. Tarpy, S.R. Griffin,  A. Carcione and D.A. Delaney. 2015. A survivor population of wild colonies of European honeybees in the northeastern United States: investigating its genetic structure. Apidologie. pdf

Griffin, S.R., M.L. Smith, and T.D. Seeley. 2012. Do honeybees use the directional information in round dances to find nearby food sources? Animal Behaviour. 83: 1319-1324. pdf

Seeley, T.D. and S.R. Griffin. 2010. Small-cell comb does not control Varroa mites in colonies of honeybees of European origin.  Apidologie. 42: 526-532. pdf

Rangel, J., S.R. Griffin, and T.D. Seeley. 2010. Nest-site defense by competing honey bee swarms during house hunting. Ethology. 116: 608-618. pdf

Rangel, J., S.R. Griffin, and T.D. Seeley. 2010. An oligarchy of nest-site scouts triggers a honeybee swarm’s departure from the hive. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 66: 979-987. pdf