Paul Manning
Paul Manning
Assistant Professor, Dalhousie University
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Functionally rich dung beetle assemblages are required to provide multiple ecosystem services
P Manning, EM Slade, SA Beynon, OT Lewis
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 218, 87-94, 2016
Effect of dung beetle species richness and chemical perturbation on multiple ecosystem functions
P Manning, EM Slade, SA Beynon, OT Lewis
Ecological Entomology, 2017
Effects of replanting and retention of mature oil palm riparian buffers on ecosystem functioning in oil palm plantations
CR Woodham, AAK Aryawan, SH Luke, P Manning, JP Caliman, M Naim, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 2, 29, 2019
Ecosystem functioning is more strongly impaired by reducing dung beetle abundance than by reducing species richness
P Manning, GC Cutler
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 264, 9-14, 2018
Forest cover enhances natural enemy diversity and biological control services in Brazilian sun coffee plantations
HR Medeiros, YC Grandinete, P Manning, KA Harper, GC Cutler, ...
Agronomy for Sustainable Development 39, 1-9, 2019
Predation of lowbush blueberry insect pests by ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in the laboratory
JM Renkema, P Manning, GC Cutler
Journal of Pest Science 86, 525-532, 2013
Quantifying immediate and delayed effects of anthelmintic exposure on ecosystem functioning supported by a common dung beetle species
P Manning, SA Beynon, OT Lewis
PloS one 12 (8), e0182730, 2017
Honey bee survival is affected by interactions between field-relevant rates of fungicides and insecticides used in apple and blueberry production
P Manning, K Ramanaidu, GC Cutler
Facets 2 (2), 910-918, 2017
Effects of the veterinary anthelmintic moxidectin on dung beetle survival and dung removal
P Manning, OT Lewis, SA Beynon
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 166 (10), 810-817, 2018
Insecticidal and synergistic activity of two monoterpenes against diamondback moth (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae)
AE Webster, P Manning, JM Sproule, N Faraone, GC Cutler
The Canadian Entomologist 150 (2), 258-264, 2018
Exploring the value of a BioBlitz as a biodiversity education tool in a post-secondary environment
S Gass, A Mui, P Manning, H Cray, L Gibson
Environmental Education Research 27 (10), 1538-1556, 2021
Potential nocturnal insect pollinators of lowbush blueberry
P Manning, GC Cutler
J Acadian Entomol Soc 9, 1-3, 2013
Exposure to low concentrations of pesticide stimulates ecological functioning in the dung beetle Onthophagus nuchicornis
P Manning, GC Cutler
PeerJ 8, e10359, 2020
Evidence that sex-specific signals may support mate finding and limit aggregation in the dung beetle Aphodius fossor
P Manning, J Ford
Ecological entomology 41 (4), 2016
Conserving insect biodiversity in agroecosystems is essential for sustainable diets
P Manning, J Marshman
Handbook of Sustainble Diets, 2022
Ivermectin residues in cattle dung impair insect‐mediated dung removal but not organic matter decomposition
B Kavanaugh, P Manning
Ecological Entomology, 2020
The nutritional composition of common wild-harvested insects in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia
P Manning, N Balasubramani, M MacDonald
Journal of Acadian Entomological Society 19, 1-7, 2023
Knowledge of an insect pest negatively affects sensory perception and emotional response to blueberries
P Manning, MB McSweeney
Food Quality and Preference 110, 104959, 2023
Does sending honey bee, Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae), colonies to lowbush blueberry, Vaccinium angustifolium (Ericaceae), for pollination increase Nosema spp …
J Shaw, GC Cutler, P Manning, RS McCallum, T Astatkie
The Canadian Entomologist 154 (1), e42, 2022
Dung Beetles Help Keep Ecosystems Healthy
P Manning, XR Ong, EM Slade
Frontiers for Young Minds 9, 2021
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