Steven M Roels, PhD
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Enhancing agricultural landscapes to increase crop pest reduction by vertebrates
C Lindell, RA Eaton, PH Howard, SM Roels, ME Shave
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 257, 1-11, 2018
342018
Predation pressure by birds and arthropods on herbivorous insects affected by tropical forest restoration strategy
SM Roels, JL Porter, CA Lindell
Restoration ecology 26 (6), 1203-1211, 2018
102018
Recovery of bird activity and species richness in an early-stage tropical forest restoration
S Roels, M Hannay, C Lindell
Avian Conservation and Ecology 14 (1), 2019
72019
Effectiveness of chemical repellents in deterring Red Imported Fire Ants (Solenopsis invicta) from Sherman live traps
SE Kraig, SM Roels, ML Thies
The Southwestern Naturalist 55 (2), 203-206, 2010
62010
Influence of seed characteristics and site conditions on establishment of the threatened prairie milkweed Asclepias meadii
SM Roels
The American Midland Naturalist 170 (2), 370-381, 2013
52013
Preliminary survey of the avifauna at Dong Nai Culture and Nature Reserves, Dong Nai province, Vietnam
Le Manh Hung, MB Robbins, NH Rice, EA Garcia-Trejo, SM Roels, ...
FORKTAIL, 114-117, 2011
12011
Tropical Trophic Cascade Linked to Reduction in Large-bodied Insects by Birds and Bats
SM Roels, JS Hall
RECOVERY OF INSECTIVOROUS BIRD ECOLOGICAL FUNCTION IN TROPICAL FOREST …, 2018
2018
Recovery of Insectivorous Bird Ecological Function in Tropical Forest Restorations
SM Roels
Michigan State University, 2018
2018
El Niño Disrupts Bird-and Bat-Driven Trophic Cascade in a Tropical Forest Restoration
SM Roels, JS Hall, CA Lindell
RECOVERY OF INSECTIVOROUS BIRD ECOLOGICAL FUNCTION IN TROPICAL FOREST …, 2018
2018
NextGen Speaks
SM Roels
Science 341 (6141), 29-29, 2013
2013
COS 70-6: Specialist weevil mediates negative indirect interactions between a threatened plant, Mead’s Milkweed (Asclepias meadii), and weedy congeners
SM Roels
The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, 2010
2010
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