David W. Inouye
David W. Inouye
Professor of Biology, University of Maryland
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Techniques for pollination biologists.
CA Kearns, DW Inouye
Techniques for pollination biologists., 1993
Endangered mutualisms: the conservation of plant-pollinator interactions
CA Kearns, DW Inouye, NM Waser
Annual review of ecology and systematics 29 (1), 83-112, 1998
The potential consequences of pollinator declines on the conservation of biodiversity and stability of food crop yields
G Allen-Wardell, P Bernhardt, R Bitner, A Burquez, S Buchmann, J Cane, ...
Conservation biology, 8-17, 1998
Effects of climate change on phenology, frost damage, and floral abundance of montane wildflowers
DW Inouye
Ecology 89 (2), 353-362, 2008
Intercomparison, interpretation, and assessment of spring phenology in North America estimated from remote sensing for 1982–2006
MA White, KM de Beurs, K Didan, DW Inouye, AD Richardson, OP Jensen, ...
Global Change Biology 15 (10), 2335-2359, 2009
Climate change is affecting altitudinal migrants and hibernating species
DW Inouye, B Barr, KB Armitage, BD Inouye
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (4), 1630-1633, 2000
The terminology of floral larceny
DW Inouye
Ecology 61 (5), 1251-1253, 1980
Pollinators, flowering plants, and conservation biology
CA Kearns, DW Inouye
Bioscience 47 (5), 297-307, 1997
Status of pollinators in North America
National Research Council
National Academies Press, 2007
The effects of phenological mismatches on demography
AJ Miller-Rushing, TT Høye, DW Inouye, E Post
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
Flies and flowers: taxonomic diversity of anthophiles and pollinators
BMH Larson, PG Kevan, DW Inouye
The Canadian Entomologist 133 (4), 439-465, 2001
Spatial pattern analysis of seed banks: an improved method and optimized sampling
DW Bigwood, DW Inouye
Ecology 69 (2), 497-507, 1988
Are nectar robbers cheaters or mutualists?
JE Maloof, DW Inouye
Ecology 81 (10), 2651-2661, 2000
Shifts in flowering phenology reshape a subalpine plant community
PJ CaraDonna, AM Iler, DW Inouye
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (13), 4916-4921, 2014
Phenotypic plasticity and adaptive evolution contribute to advancing flowering phenology in response to climate change
JT Anderson, DW Inouye, AM McKinney, RI Colautti, T Mitchell-Olds
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1743), 3843-3852, 2012
Animal behavior and the microbiome
VO Ezenwa, NM Gerardo, DW Inouye, M Medina, JB Xavier
Science 338 (6104), 198-199, 2012
Resource partitioning in bumblebees: experimental studies of foraging behavior
DW Inouye
Ecology 59 (4), 672-678, 1978
The ecological and evolutionary significance of frost in the context of climate change
DW Inouye
Ecology letters 3 (5), 457-463, 2000
The effect of proboscis and corolla tube lengths on patterns and rates of flower visitation by bumblebees
DW Inouye
Oecologia 45 (2), 197-201, 1980
The ecology of nectar robbing
DW Inouye
The biology of nectaries, 153-173, 1983
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