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Gordon Fitch
Gordon Fitch
NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts–Amherst
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Big city Bombus: using natural history and land-use history to find significant environmental drivers in bumble-bee declines in urban development
P Glaum, MC Simao, C Vaidya, G Fitch, B Iulinao
Royal Society open science 4 (5), 170156, 2017
692017
Does urbanization favour exotic bee species? Implications for the conservation of native bees in cities
G Fitch, CJ Wilson, P Glaum, C Vaidya, MC Simao, MA Jamieson
Biology Letters 15 (12), 20190574, 2019
372019
Changes in adult sex ratio in wild bee communities are linked to urbanization
G Fitch, P Glaum, MC Simao, C Vaidya, J Matthijs, B Iuliano, I Perfecto
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
362019
The community ecology of herbivore regulation in an agroecosystem: lessons from complex systems
J Vandermeer, I Armbrecht, A De la Mora, KK Ennis, G Fitch, DJ Gonthier, ...
BioScience 69 (12), 974-996, 2019
192019
Urbanization-mediated context dependence in the effect of floral neighborhood on pollinator visitation
GM Fitch
Oecologia 185 (4), 713-723, 2017
152017
Roads pose a significant barrier to bee movement, mediated by road size, traffic and bee identity
G Fitch, C Vaidya
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (6), 1177-1186, 2021
102021
Light availability influences the intensity of nectar robbery and its effects on reproduction in a tropical shrub via multiple pathways
G Fitch, JH Vandermeer
American Journal of Botany 107 (12), 1635-1644, 2020
62020
Changes in partner traits drive variation in plant–nectar robber interactions across habitats
G Fitch, J Vandermeer
Basic and Applied Ecology 53, 1-11, 2021
42021
Understanding effects of floral products on bee parasites: mechanisms, synergism, and ecological complexity
G Fitch, LL Figueroa, H Koch, PC Stevenson, LS Adler
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 17, 244-256, 2022
12022
How to Study the Ecology of Food in the City: An Overview of Natural Science Methodologies
TWY Ong, G Fitch
Urban Agroecology, 247-274, 2020
12020
Integrating effects of neighbor interactions for pollination and abiotic resources on coffee yield in a multi‐strata agroforest
G Fitch, J Gonzalez, AM Oana, M Oliver, J Vandermeer
Biotropica 54 (5), 1226-1237, 2022
2022
Can Conflicting Selection from Pollinators and Nectar-Robbing Antagonists Drive Adaptive Pollen Limitation? A Conceptual Model and Empirical Test
G Fitch, J Vandermeer
The American Naturalist 198 (5), 576-589, 2021
2021
Bee-Plant Interactions in Coffee Agroecosystems: Management and Matrix Effects on Mutualistic and Antagonistic Relationships
G Fitch
2021
What are the drivers of habitat-based heterogeneity in intensity of nectar robbing by stingless bees (Trigona spp.)?
G Fitch
Entomology 2019, 2019
2019
Do traits mediating both pollinator and nectar robber attraction respond plastically to nectar robbery in a pollen-limited iteroparous plant?
G Fitch
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
2019
Conflicting selection by pollinators and nectar robbers on floral traits and its relationship to pollen limitation
G Fitch, J Vandermeer
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
2018
Causes and consequences of spatial heterogeneity in nectar robbing intensity
G Fitch, JH Vandermeer
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
The uneven effects of urbanity on wild bee populations: The importance of functional groups in determining wild bee responses to urban development
PR Glaum, MCM Simao, G Fitch, C Vaidya, B Iuliano
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
Bumble bees in urban environments: Using land use history and natural history to investigate the effects urban spaces on bees in the genus Bombus
PR Glaum, MCM Simao, G Fitch, C Vaidya, B Iuliano
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
2016
Comparing Deposition Patterns and Survival of Fecal-Orally Transmitted Bee Pathogen on Two Chemotypes of Wild Bergamot
A Zymaris, E Kusi, G Fitch, LS Adler
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