(2012) in Entomology and Plant Pathology: Native pollinator conservation within the Cow Creek remediation project at IERES (Integrated Environmental Research and Education Site)
Recent publications (*publications with students):
*Foye, S., C. Greenwood, M. Payton and K. Masloski. 2014. Characterization of ground-dwelling arthropod forage communities that support Colinus virginianus (Galliformes: Odontophoridae) in two western Oklahoma Wildlife Management Areas. Rangeland Ecology and Management. In preparation
*Foye, S., C. Greenwood, and M. Payton. 2014. Virulence of indigenous entomopathogenic nematodes (EPN) towards Diorhabda carinulata, a potential biological control agent for the reduction of Tamarix ramosissima in northern bobwhite habitat. Southwestern Entomology. In preparation
*Giguere, A., C. Greenwood, and M. Payton. 2014. Community composition and resource partitioning of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in western Oklahoma grassland ecosystems: a critical forage taxon of the northern bobwhite (Colinus virginianus). Rangeland Ecology and Management. In preparation
Greenwood, C., and P. Gagnon. 2014. Preliminary survey of carrion beetle (Coleoptera: Silphidae) community composition in the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area of Western Kentucky: A site targeted for re-introduction of American Burying Beetle (Nicrophorus americanus). Conservation Biology. In preparation
*Masloski, K., C. Greenwood, M. Payton, M. Reiskind. 2014.Grasshopper (Orthoptera: Acrididae) relative abundance and density: a comparison between standard and novel methods of sampling. Journal of Orthoptera Research. In review
*Masloski, K., M. Payton, M. Reiskind, C. Greenwood. 2014. Evidence for diet-driven habitat partitioning of Melanoplinae and Gomphocerinae grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae) along a vegetation gradient in a Western Oklahoma grassland. Environmental Entomology. Accepted.
Antonenko, P. and C.
Greenwood. 2013. Fostering collaborative problem solving and 21st century
skills using the DEEPER scaffolding framework. Journal of College Science Teaching. Accepted.
*Masloski, K. and C.
Greenwood. 2013. First record of Myrmecophilus nebrascensis
(Orthoptera: Myrmecophilidae) in Beaver
Co., Oklahoma. Journal of Orthoptera
Research. 22(1): 69-71.
*Risser, K. and C. Greenwood. 2013. Entomopathogenic Nematode (EPN)
Prevalence and Diversity Across a State Wide Precipitation Gradient in
Oklahoma. Southwestern Entomologist.
*Jochim, M., C.
Greenwood and K. Risser. 2013.
Impacts of Grazing (Cattle vs. Bison) and Controlled Burning on
Entomopathogenic Nematode (EPN) Prevalence in the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve. Southwestern Entomologist. In review.
*Robideau, A., K. Risser and C. Greenwood. 2013.
Prevalence of native entomopathogenic nematodes (EPN) in organic versus
conventional wheat and beef production systems in Oklahoma. Southwestern Entomologist. In review.
*Booher, E., C.
Greenwood and J. Hattey. 2012.
Effects of Soil Amendments on Soil Microarthropods in Continuous Maize in
Western Oklahoma.. Southwestern Entomologist. Vol. 37, No. 1, pp. 12-20.
*Jones, M. E., Antonenko, P. D., and Greenwood, C. 2012. The impact of collaborative and individualized
Student Response System strategies on learner motivation, metacognition, and
knowledge transfer. Journal of Computer
Assisted Learning. 28(3): 477-487.
*Dubie, T. and C. Greenwood,
C. Godsey and M. Payton. 2011. Effects of tillage on soil microarthropods in
winter wheat. Southwestern Entomologist. 36(1): 11-21.
M., Antonenko, P., Greenwood, C., and
Wheeler, D. 2011. Effects of segmenting, signaling, and weeding on learning
from educational video. Learning, Media,
and Technology. 37(3): 220-235.
Greenwood, C., M.
Barbercheck and C. Brownie. 2011. Short term response of soil
microinvertebrates to application of
entomopathogenic nematode-infected insects in two tillage systems. Pedobiologia.
and E.G. Maurakis. 1998. Breeding Behaviors in Notropis alborus
(Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae). VA Journal of Science 49 (3): 163 -172.
Extension fact sheets
Greenwood C. and
E. Rebek. 2009. Detection, Conservation
and Augmentation of Naturally Occurring Beneficial Nematodes for Natural Pest
Suppression. Oklahoma State University
Cooperative Extension Service Fact Sheet EPP7670.