Scott, S.B., F.S. Sivakoff, M. Meuti, and M.M. Gardiner. In review. Metals challenge pollinator conservation in legacy cities.
Perry, K.I., C.A Bahlai, T.J. Assal, C.B. Riley, K.J. Turo, L. Taylor, J. Radl, Y.A. Delgado de la flor, F.S. Sivakoff, and M.M. Gardiner. In review. Landscape change and alien invasions drive shifts in native lady beetle communities over a century. bioRxiv 2022.04.21.489069; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.04.21.489069.
Scott, S.B., F.S. Sivakoff, and M.G. Gardiner. 2022. Environmentally relevant concentrations of heavy metals reduce bumble bee colony growth. Urban Ecosystems. DOI 10.1007/s11252-022-01206-x.
Perry, K.I., F.S. Sivakoff, K. Wallin, J. Wenzel, and D. Herms. 2021. Forest disturbance and arthropods: Small-scale canopy and understory disturbances alter movement of mobile arthropods. Ecosphere. 12:e03771.
Gardiner, M.M., K.I. Perry, C. Riley, K. Turo, Y. Delgado de la Flor, and F.S. Sivakoff. 2021. Community science data suggests that urbanization and forest habitat loss threaten aphidophagous native lady beetles. Ecology and Evolution. DOI 10.1002/ece3.7229
Turo, K., M. Spring, F.S. Sivakoff, Y. Delgado de la Flor, and M.M. Gardiner. 2021. Conservation in post-industrial cities: How does vacant land management and landscape configuration influence urban bees? Journal of Applied Ecology 58:58-69. DOI 10.1111/1365-2664.13773.
Sivakoff, F.S., S.P. Prajzner, and M.M. Gardiner. 2020. Urban heavy metal contamination limits bumble bee colony growth. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI 10.1111/1365-2664.13651.
Sivakoff, F. S., S. Prajzner, and M. M. Gardiner. 2018. Unique bee communities within vacant lots and urban farms result from variation in surrounding urbanization intensity. Sustainability 10:1926; https://doi.org/10.3390/su10061926.
Karp, D. S., [and 149 others, including Sivakoff, F. S.]. In press. Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Sivakoff, F. S. and M. M. Gardiner. 2017. Soil lead contamination decreases bee visit duration at sunflowers. Urban ecosystems. DOI 10.1007/s11252-017-0674-1.
Sivakoff, F. S., W. F. Morris, E. T. Aschehoug, B. R. Hudgens, and N. M. Haddad. 2016. Habitat restoration alters adult butterfly morphology and dispersal through effects on host plant quality. Ecosphere 7:e01522.10.1002/ecs2.1522.
Sivakoff, F. S., S. C. Jones, S. Machtley, and J. R. Hagler. Accepted. Protein self-marking by ectoparasites: a case study using bed bugs. Journal of Medical Entomology.
Jones, S. C., J. L. Bryant, and F. S. Sivakoff. 2015. Sublethal effects of ActiveGuard exposure on feeding behavior and fecundity of the bed bug (Hemiptera: Cimicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 52:413-418.
Aschehoug, E. T.*, F. S. Sivakoff*, H. L. Cayton, W. F. Morris, and N. M. Haddad. 2015. Habitat restoration affects immature stages of a wetland butterfly only through indirect effects on predation. Ecology 96:1761-1767. *denotes shared first authorship.
Sivakoff, F. S., J. A. Rosenheim, P. Dutilleul, and Y. Carrière. 2013. Influence of the Surrounding Landscape on Crop Colonization by a Polyphagous Insect Pest. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 149:11-21.
Sivakoff, F. S., J. A. Rosenheim, and J. R. Hagler. 2012. Relative dispersal ability of a key agricultural pest and its predators in an annual agroecosystem. Biological Control 63:296-303.
Rosenheim, J. A., S. Parsa, A. A. Forbes, W. A. Krimmel, Y. H. Law, M. Segoli, M. M. Segoli, F. S. Sivakoff, T. Zaviezo, and K. Gross. 2011. Ecoinformatics for integrated pest management: expanding the applied insect ecologist’s tool-kit. Journal of Economic Entomology 104:331-342.
Sivakoff, F. S., J. A. Rosenheim, and J. R. Hagler. 2011. Threshold choice and the analysis of protein marking data in long-distance dispersal studies. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 2:77-85.
Sheller, F. J., W. F. Fagan, and P. J. Unmack. 2006. Using Survival Analysis to Study Translocation Success in the Gila Topminnow (Poeciliopsis occidentalis). Ecological Applications 16:1771 – 1784.