Erin Jo Tiedeken
Erin Jo Tiedeken
Postdoctoral Researcher, Athlone Institute of Technology
Verified email at tcd.ie
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Bees prefer foods containing neonicotinoid pesticides
SC Kessler, EJ Tiedeken, KL Simcock, S Derveau, J Mitchell, S Softley, ...
Nature 521 (7550), 74-76, 2015
3542015
Monitoring, sources, receptors, and control measures for three European Union watch list substances of emerging concern in receiving waters–a 20 year systematic review
EJ Tiedeken, A Tahar, B McHugh, NJ Rowan
Science of the Total Environment 574, 1140-1163, 2017
1132017
Bumblebees are not deterred by ecologically relevant concentrations of nectar toxins
EJ Tiedeken, JC Stout, PC Stevenson, GA Wright
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (9), 1620-1625, 2014
792014
Nectar chemistry modulates the impact of an invasive plant on native pollinators
EJ Tiedeken, PA Egan, PC Stevenson, GA Wright, MJF Brown, EF Power, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (6), 885-893, 2016
542016
Direct interactions between invasive plants and native pollinators: evidence, impacts and approaches
JC Stout, EJ Tiedeken
Functional Ecology 31 (1), 38-46, 2017
432017
Differential induced response to generalist and specialist herbivores by Lindera benzoin (Lauraceae) in sun and shade
EH Mooney, EJ Tiedeken, NZ Muth, RA Niesenbaum
Oikos 118 (8), 1181-1189, 2009
392009
Insect-flower interaction network structure is resilient to a temporary pulse of floral resources from invasive Rhododendron ponticum
EJ Tiedeken, JC Stout
PloS one 10 (3), e0119733, 2015
342015
Development of a semi-quantitative risk assessment model for evaluating environmental threat posed by the three first EU watch-list pharmaceuticals to urban wastewater …
A Tahar, EJ Tiedeken, E Clifford, E Cummins, N Rowan
Science of The Total Environment 603, 627-638, 2017
192017
Plant toxin levels in nectar vary spatially across native and introduced populations
PA Egan, PC Stevenson, EJ Tiedeken, GA Wright, F Boylan, JC Stout
Journal of Ecology 104 (4), 1106-1115, 2016
162016
Pulsed light inactivation of the bumble bee trypanosome parasite Crithidia bombi
J Naughton, EJ Tiedeken, M Garvey, JC Stout, NJ Rowan
Journal of Apicultural Research 56 (2), 144-154, 2017
102017
Occurrence and geodatabase mapping of three contaminants of emerging concern in receiving water and at effluent from waste water treatment plants–A first overview of the …
A Tahar, EJ Tiedeken, NJ Rowan
Science of the total environment 616, 187-197, 2018
72018
Correction: Corrigendum: Bees prefer foods containing neonicotinoid pesticides
SC Kessler, EJ Tiedeken, KL Simcock, S Derveau, J Mitchell, S Softley, ...
Nature 533 (7602), 278-278, 2016
12016
Corrigendum: Bees prefer foods containing neonicotinoid pesticides
EJ Tiedeken, KL Simcock, S Derveau, J Mitchell, S Softley, A Radcliffe, ...
NATURE-LONDON- 533 (7603), 278-278, 2016
2016
Ecological Impacts of Invasive Plants on Pollinators: Studies on an Individual, Species and Community Scale
EJ Tiedeken
Trinity College Dublin, 2015
2015
PS 14-109: Volatile specificity as an inducible defense: An investigation of volatile chemistry as a form of top down regulation of herbivory in Lindera benzoin
EJ Tiedeken, KR Goodrich, CM Ingersoll, RA Niesenbaum
The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, 2010
2010
COS 71-2: Differential induced response to generalist and specialist herbivores by Lindera benzoin L.(Lauraceae) in sun and shade
RA Niesenbaum, EH Mooney, EJ Tiedeken, NZ Muth
The 93rd ESA Annual Meeting, 2008
2008
Supporting Information Manuscript:" Nectar chemistry modulates the impact of an invasive plant on native pollinators.
EJ Tiedeken, PA Egan, PC Stevenson, GA Wright, MJF Brown, EF Power, ...
Volatile specificity as an inducible defense: An investigation of volatile chemistry as a form of top down regulation of herbivory in Lindera benzoin
EJ Tiedeken, KR Goodrich, CM Ingersoll, RA Niesenbaum
0EX, UK
EJ Tiedeken, PA Egan, PC Stevenson, GA Wright, MJF Brown, EF Power, ...
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