Publications

Peer-Reviewed
  • Fok, E.J., J.D. Petersen, B.A. Nault. 2014. Predator assemblages and their prey, Thrips tabaci Lindeman, in monoculture and polyculture onion systems. BioControl. doi: 10.1007/s10526-014-9612-9.

  • Petersen, J.D., A.S. Huseth, B.A. Nault. 2014. Evaluating pollination deficits in pumpkin production in New York. Environmental Entomology. 43: 1247-1253.

  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2014. Landscape diversity moderates the effects of wild bee visitation frequency to flowers on pumpkin yield. Journal of Applied Ecology. 51: 1347-1356.

  • Petersen, J.D., S. Reiners, B.A. Nault. 2013. Pollination services provided by bees in pumpkin fields supplemented with either Apis mellifera or Bombus impatiens or not supplemented. PLoS ONE 8(7): e69819. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0069819. 
  • Garibaldi, L.A., I. Steffan-Dewenter, R. Winfree, M.A. Aizen, R. Bommarco, S.A. Cunningham, C. Kremen, L.G. Carvalheiro, L.D. Harder,  O. Afik, I. Bartomeus, F. Benjamin, V. Boreux, D. Cariveau, N.P. Chacoff, J.H. Dudenhöffer, B.M. Freitas, J. Ghazoul, S. Greenleaf, J. Hipólito, A. Holzschuh, B. Howlett, R. Isaacs, S.K. Javorek, C.M. Kennedy, K. Krewenka, S. Krishnan, Y. Mandelik, M.M. Mayfield, I. Motzke, T. Munyuli, B.A. Nault, M. Otieno, J. Petersen, G. Pisanty, S.G. Potts, R. Rader, T.H. Ricketts, M. Rundlöf, C.L. Seymour, C. Schüepp, H. Szentgyörgyi, H. Taki, T. Tscharntke, C.H. Vergara, B.F. Viana, T.C. Wanger, C. Westphal, N. Williams, A.M. Klein. 2013. Wild pollinators enhance fruit set of crops regardless of honey-bee abundance. Science  339: 1608-1611.
  • Deitloff, J., D.C. Adams, J.D. Petersen. 2013. Complex species interactions lead to unpredictable outcomes in Plethodon. Herpetologica. 69: 1-10.
  • Petersen, J.D, M.J. Petersen, G.W. Courtney. 2012. Description of a new subgenus Neophylidorea (Diptera: Tipulidae) and a new species. Zootaxa 3555: 40-54.
  • Öckinger, E., O. Schweiger, T. Crist, D. Debinski, J. Krauss, M. Kuussaari, J. Petersen, J. Pöyry, J. Settele, K. Summerville, R. Bommarco. 2010. Life-history traits predict species responses to habitat area and isolation - A cross-continental synthesis. Ecology Letters. 13: 969–979.
  • Hesler, L.S., J.D. Petersen. 2009. Survey for previously common native Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) in the northern Great Plains. The Great Lakes Entomologist. 40:60-72.
  • Davis, J.D., S. Hendrix D.M. Debinski and C.J. Hemsley. 2008. Butterfly, bee and forb community composition and cross-taxon incongruence in tallgrass prairie fragments. Journal of Insect Conservation 12:69-79.
  • Davis, J.D., D.M. Debinski, and B.J. Danielson. 2007. Local and landscape effects on the butterfly community in fragmented Midwest U.S.A. prairie habitats. Landscape Ecology 22:1341-1354.
Proceedings Articles
  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2014. Supplementing pumpkin fields with beehives: Is it worth it? 4 pgs. Proceedings of the Empire State Producers EXPO.
  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2013. Wild bees provide sufficient pollination services to pumpkin. 3 pgs. Proceedings of the Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable and Farm Market EXPO.
  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2013. Pumpkin pollination: Effects of supplementation with managed bees and influence of surrounding landscapes. 4 pgs. Proceedings of the Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable and Farm Market EXPO.
  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2013. Is it worth supplementing pumpkin fields with bees? 4 pgs. Proceedings of the Empire State Producers EXPO.
  • B.A. Nault, J.D. Petersen. 2012. Can pumpkin yield be increased by supplementing fields with bees? 4 pgs. Proceedings of the Great Lakes Fruit, Vegetable and Farm Market EXPO.
  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault, S. Reiners. 2012. Can pumpkin yield be increased by supplementing fields with honey bees or bumble bees? pg. 61-62. Proceedings of the Northeast Organic Research Symposium.
  • Nault, B.A., D. Artz, J.D. Petersen. 2011. Potential for bumble bees to improve production of pumpkins. pg. 45-47. Proceedings of the New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference.

 Extension Publications

  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2014. Landscape a factor when assessing pollination needs. Vegetable Growers News. 48(3): 25-26. 

  • Petersen, J.D., S. Reiners, B.A. Nault. 2013. Decision-making guide for bee supplementation of pumpkin fields. Cornell University Fact Sheet, 2pg. http://cvp.cce.cornell.edu/submission.php?id=127

  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2013. Is it worth supplementing pumpkin fields with bees? Veg Edge. 9(2): 6-7.
  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2013. To bee or not to bee? Supplementation of honey bees or bumble bees does not increase pumpkin yield. Pumpkin News. 2(1): 1.
  • Petersen, J.D. 2012. Protecting pollinators of pumpkin. Pumpkin News 1(4): 5.
  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2012. Does stocking fields with bumble bees or honey bees increase pumpkin yield? Pumpkin News 1(3): 1-2.
  • Petersen, J.D., B.A. Nault. 2012. Can pumpkin yield be increased by supplementing fields with honey bees or bumble bees? Veg Edge 8(2): 4-5.