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Dr. John E. Banks
Affiliate Professor of Environmental Science
School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
University of Washington, Tacoma
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Pollinator fieldwork in TarrazuParasitoid responses to toxicological insult (Banks et al. 2014 Ecol. Appl.)

Notes From The Field blog

Recent publications:

Banks, H.T., Banks, J.E., Bommarco, R., Rundlöf, M., and K. Tillman. 2017. Modeling bumble bee population dynamics with delay differential equations. Ecological Modelling 351: 14-23.

Banks, J.E., and V. Gagic. 2016. Aphid parasitoids respond to vegetation heterogeneity but not to fragmentation scale: an experimental field study. Basic and Applied Ecology, 17(5): 438-446. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.baae.2016.01.007

Stark, J.D., and J.E. Banks. 2016. Developing demographic toxicity data: optimizing effort for predicting population outcomes. PeerJ 4:e2067 https://peerj.com/articles/2067/

MacFarlane, D.W., Kinzer, A., and J.E. Banks. 2015. Coupled human-natural regeneration of indigenous coastal dry forest in Kenya. Forest Ecology & Management 354:149-159.

Banks, J.E., Banks, H.T., Rinnovatore, K., and C.M. Jackson. 2015. Optimal sampling frequency and timing of threatened tropical bird populations: a modeling approach. Ecological Modelling 303: 70-77. [Link to article]

Banks, J.E., Stark, J.D., Vargas, R.I., and A.S. Ackleh. 2014. Deconstructing the surrogate species concept: a life history approach to the protection of ecosystem services. Ecological Applications 24:770-778. [DOI link to article]





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