Anson Main
Anson Main
Environmental Program Manager I, California Department of Pesticide Regulation
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Widespread use and frequent detection of neonicotinoid insecticides in wetlands of Canada's Prairie Pothole Region
AR Main, JV Headley, KM Peru, NL Michel, AJ Cessna, CA Morrissey
PloS one 9 (3), e92821, 2014
Environmental risks and challenges associated with neonicotinoid insecticides
ML Hladik, AR Main, D Goulson
Environmental Science & Technology 52 (6), 3329-3335, 2018
Ecological and landscape drivers of neonicotinoid insecticide detections and concentrations in Canada’s prairie wetlands
AR Main, NL Michel, JV Headley, KM Peru, CA Morrissey
Environmental science & technology 49 (14), 8367-8376, 2015
Snowmelt transport of neonicotinoid insecticides to Canadian Prairie wetlands
AR Main, NL Michel, MC Cavallaro, JV Headley, KM Peru, CA Morrissey
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 215, 76-84, 2016
Neonicotinoid insecticides negatively affect performance measures of non‐target terrestrial arthropods: a meta‐analysis
AR Main, EB Webb, KW Goyne, D Mengel
Ecological Applications 28 (5), 1232-1244, 2018
Beyond neonicotinoids–Wild pollinators are exposed to a range of pesticides while foraging in agroecosystems
AR Main, ML Hladik, EB Webb, KW Goyne, D Mengel
Science of the Total Environment 742, 140436, 2020
Reduced species richness of native bees in field margins associated with neonicotinoid concentrations in non-target soils
AR Main, EB Webb, KW Goyne, D Mengel
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 287, 106693, 2020
Neonicotinoids and other agricultural stressors collectively modify aquatic insect communities
MC Cavallaro, AR Main, K Liber, ID Phillips, JV Headley, KM Peru, ...
Chemosphere 226, 945-955, 2019
Reduction of neonicotinoid insecticide residues in Prairie wetlands by common wetland plants
AR Main, J Fehr, K Liber, JV Headley, KM Peru, CA Morrissey
Science of the Total Environment 579, 1193-1202, 2017
Factors influencing neonicotinoid insecticide concentrations in floodplain wetland sediments across Missouri
KJ Kuechle, EB Webb, D Mengel, AR Main
Environmental science & technology 53 (18), 10591-10600, 2019
Impacts of neonicotinoid seed treatments on the wild bee community in agricultural field margins
AR Main, EB Webb, KW Goyne, R Abney, D Mengel
Science of the Total Environment 786, 147299, 2021
Field-level characteristics influence wild bee functional guilds on public lands managed for conservation
AR Main, EB Webb, KW Goyne, D Mengel
Global Ecology and Conservation 17, e00598, 2019
Seed treatments containing neonicotinoids and fungicides reduce aquatic insect richness and abundance in midwestern USA–managed floodplain wetlands
KJ Kuechle, EB Webb, D Mengel, AR Main
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 29 (30), 45261-45275, 2022
Comparing imidacloprid, clothianidin, and azoxystrobin runoff from lettuce fields using a soil drench or treated seeds in the Salinas Valley, California
EE Woodward, ML Hladik, AR Main, M Cahn, JL Orlando, J Teerlink
Environmental Pollution 315, 120325, 2022
Muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) interference with aquatic invertebrate traps
MC Cavallaro, AR Main, CA Morrissey
The Canadian Field-Naturalist 128 (2), 200-203, 2014
Spatiotemporal patterns of distribution and drivers of neonicotinoid insecticide fate in Canadian Prairie Pothole Wetlands
A Main
University of Saskatchewan, 2015
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