Manu E Saunders
Manu E Saunders
Postdoctoral Fellow, Ecosystem Services, University of New England
Verified email at une.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
A global synthesis of the effects of diversified farming systems on arthropod diversity within fields and across agricultural landscapes
EM Lichtenberg, CM Kennedy, C Kremen, P Batary, F Berendse, ...
Global change biology 23 (11), 4946-4957, 2017
472017
Pan trap catches of pollinator insects vary with habitat
ME Saunders, GW Luck
Australian Journal of Entomology 52 (2), 106-113, 2013
402013
Almond orchards with living ground cover host more wild insect pollinators
ME Saunders, GW Luck, MM Mayfield
Journal of Insect Conservation 17 (5), 1011-1025, 2013
292013
Pollinators, pests, and predators: Recognizing ecological trade-offs in agroecosystems
ME Saunders, RK Peisley, R Rader, GW Luck
Ambio 45 (1), 4-14, 2016
282016
Introduction and establishment of Carvalhotingisvisenda (Hemiptera: Tingidae) as a biological control agent for cat’s claw creeper Macfadyena unguis-cati (Bignoniaceae) in …
K Dhileepan, M Treviņo, D Bayliss, M Saunders, M Shortus, J McCarthy, ...
Biological Control 55 (1), 58-62, 2010
202010
Limitations of the ecosystem services versus disservices dichotomy
ME Saunders, GW Luck
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1363-1365, 2016
142016
Cost-benefit trade-offs of bird activity in apple orchards
RK Peisley, ME Saunders, GW Luck
PeerJ 4, e2179, 2016
122016
Spatial and temporal variation in pollinator community structure relative to a woodland–almond plantation edge
ME Saunders, GW Luck
Agricultural and forest entomology 16 (4), 369-381, 2014
122014
Insect pollinators collect pollen from wind‐pollinated plants: implications for pollination ecology and sustainable agriculture
ME Saunders
Insect conservation and diversity 11 (1), 13-31, 2018
112018
Honey bees: the queens of mass media, despite minority rule among insect pollinators
TJ Smith, ME Saunders
Insect Conservation and Diversity 9 (5), 384-390, 2016
102016
A systematic review of the benefits and costs of bird and insect activity in agroecosystems
RK Peisley, ME Saunders, GW Luck
Springer Science Reviews 3 (2), 113-125, 2015
92015
Resource connectivity for beneficial insects in landscapes dominated by monoculture tree crop plantations
ME Saunders
International journal of agricultural sustainability 14 (1), 82-99, 2016
82016
Interactions between almond plantations and native ecosystems: Lessons learned from north‐western V ictoria
GW Luck, PG Spooner, DM Watson, SJ Watson, ME Saunders
Ecological management & restoration 15 (1), 4-15, 2014
52014
The role of avian scavengers in the breakdown of carcasses in pastoral landscapes
RK Peisley, ME Saunders, WA Robinson, GW Luck
Emu-Austral Ornithology 117 (1), 68-77, 2017
42017
Interaction effects between local flower richness and distance to natural woodland on pest and beneficial insects in apple orchards
ME Saunders, GW Luck
Agricultural and forest entomology 20 (2), 279-287, 2018
32018
Bringing ecology blogging into the scientific fold: measuring reach and impact of science community blogs
ME Saunders, MA Duffy, SB Heard, M Kosmala, SR Leather, TP McGlynn, ...
Royal Society open science 4 (10), 170957, 2017
32017
Combining costs and benefits of animal activities to assess net yield outcomes in apple orchards
ME Saunders, GW Luck
PloS one 11 (7), e0158618, 2016
32016
Citizen science in schools: Engaging students in research on urban habitat for pollinators
ME Saunders, E Roger, WL Geary, F Meredith, DJ Welbourne, A Bako, ...
Austral ecology 43 (6), 635-642, 2018
22018
Bee conservation: Key role of managed bees
ME Saunders, TJ Smith, R Rader
Science 360 (6387), 389-389, 2018
22018
Australian native bees.
A Dollin, K Hogendoorn, T Heard, S Cunningham, R Rader, M Saunders, ...
Australian native bees., 2016
22016
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