Romina Rader
Romina Rader
Senior Lecturer in Community Ecology, ARC DECRA Fellow, University of New England, Australia
Verified email at une.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Wild pollinators enhance fruit set of crops regardless of honey bee abundance
LA Garibaldi, I Steffan-Dewenter, R Winfree, MA Aizen, R Bommarco, ...
science 339 (6127), 1608-1611, 2013
12962013
Delivery of crop pollination services is an insufficient argument for wild pollinator conservation
D Kleijn, R Winfree, I Bartomeus, LG Carvalheiro, M Henry, R Isaacs, ...
Nature communications 6, 7414, 2015
3862015
Non-bee insects are important contributors to global crop pollination
R Rader, I Bartomeus, LA Garibaldi, MPD Garratt, BG Howlett, R Winfree, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (1), 146-151, 2016
3072016
Climate change and agriculture in the United States: Effects and adaptation
CL Walthall, CJ Anderson, LH Baumgard, E Takle, L Wright-Morton
2642013
Alternative pollinator taxa are equally efficient but not as effective as the honeybee in a mass flowering crop
R Rader, BG Howlett, SA Cunningham, DA Westcott, LE Newstrom‐Lloyd, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (5), 1080-1087, 2009
1992009
The dimensionality of ecological networks
A Eklöf, U Jacob, J Kopp, J Bosch, R Castro‐Urgal, NP Chacoff, ...
Ecology letters 16 (5), 577-583, 2013
1742013
Native bees buffer the negative impact of climate warming on honey bee pollination of watermelon crops
R Rader, J Reilly, I Bartomeus, R Winfree
Global Change Biology 19, 3103-3110, 2013
1062013
Spatial and temporal variation in pollinator effectiveness: do unmanaged insects provide consistent pollination services to mass flowering crops?
R Rader, BG Howlett, SA Cunningham, DA Westcott, W Edwards
Journal of Applied Ecology 49 (1), 126-134, 2012
942012
The winners and losers of land use intensification: pollinator community disassembly is non-random and alters functional diversity
R Rader, I Bartomeus, JM Tylianakis, E Laliberté
Diversity and Distributions, 2014
812014
Pollen transport differs among bees and flies in a human‐modified landscape
R Rader, W Edwards, DA Westcott, SA Cunningham, BG Howlett
Diversity and Distributions 17 (3), 519-529, 2011
702011
The database of the Predicts (Projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
622017
Linking species functional roles to their network roles
C Coux, R Rader, I Bartomeus, JM Tylianakis
Ecology letters 19 (7), 762-770, 2016
522016
Diurnal effectiveness of pollination by bees and flies in agricultural Brassica rapa: Implications for ecosystem resilience
R Rader, W Edwards, DA Westcott, SA Cunningham, BG Howlett
Basic and Applied Ecology, 2013
422013
Predicting bee community responses to land-use changes: Effects of geographic and taxonomic biases
A De Palma, S Abrahamczyk, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, Y Basset, A Bates, ...
Scientific Reports 6, 31153, 2016
372016
Can insect body pollen counts be used to estimate pollen deposition on pak choi stigmas
BG Howlett, MK Walker, R Rader, RC Butler, LE Newstrom-Lloyd, ...
New Zealand Plant Protection 64, 25-31, 2011
352011
Pollinators, pests, and predators: Recognizing ecological trade-offs in agroecosystems
ME Saunders, RK Peisley, R Rader, GW Luck
Ambio 45 (1), 4-14, 2016
342016
Organic farming and heterogeneous landscapes positively affect different measures of plant diversity
R Rader, K Birkhofer, R Schmucki, HG Smith, M Stjernman, R Lindborg
Journal of applied ecology 51 (6), 1544-1553, 2014
252014
Relationships between multiple biodiversity components and ecosystem services along a landscape complexity gradient
K Birkhofer, GKS Andersson, J Bengtsson, R Bommarco, J Dänhardt, ...
Biological conservation 218, 247-253, 2018
192018
Does resource availability govern vertical stratification of small mammals in an Australian lowland tropical rainforest?
R Rader, A Krockenberger
Wildlife Research 33 (7), 571-576, 2006
172006
Three-dimensional use of space by a tropical rainforest rodent, Melomys cervinipes, and its implications for foraging and home-range size
R Rader, A Krockenberger
Wildlife Research 33 (7), 577-582, 2006
172006
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