Thomas J Wood
Thomas J Wood
Research Associate, Université de Mons
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The environmental risks of neonicotinoid pesticides: a review of the evidence post 2013
TJ Wood, D Goulson
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24 (21), 17285-17325, 2017
Targeted agri‐environment schemes significantly improve the population size of common farmland bumblebee species
TJ Wood, JM Holland, WOH Hughes, D Goulson
Molecular Ecology 24 (8), 1668-1680, 2015
Pollinator-friendly management does not increase the diversity of farmland bees and wasps
TJ Wood, JM Holland, D Goulson
Biological Conservation 187, 120-126, 2015
Providing foraging resources for solitary bees on farmland: current schemes for pollinators benefit a limited suite of species
TJ Wood, JM Holland, D Goulson
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (1), 323-333, 2017
Global warming and plant–pollinator mismatches
M Gérard, M Vanderplanck, T Wood, D Michez
Emerging topics in life sciences 4 (1), 77-86, 2020
Narrow pollen diets are associated with declining Midwestern bumble bee species
TJ Wood, J Gibbs, KK Graham, R Isaacs
Ecology 100 (6), e02697, 2019
Wild bee pollen diets reveal patterns of seasonal foraging resources for honey bees
TJ Wood, I Kaplan, Z Szendrei
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 210, 2018
Managed honey bees as a radar for wild bee decline?
TJ Wood, D Michez, RJ Paxton, M Drossart, P Neumann, M Gerard, ...
Apidologie 51 (6), 1100-1116, 2020
The Bees of Portugal:(Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila)
DW Baldock, TJ Wood, I Cross, J Smit
Entomofauna 22, 1-164, 2018
Mismatched outcomes for biodiversity and ecosystem services: testing the responses of crop pollinators and wild bee biodiversity to habitat enhancement
CC Nicholson, KL Ward, NM Williams, R Isaacs, KS Mason, JK Wilson, ...
Ecology Letters 23 (2), 326-335, 2020
Diet characterisation of solitary bees on farmland: dietary specialisation predicts rarity
TJ Wood, JM Holland, D Goulson
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (13), 2655-2671, 2016
A comparison of techniques for assessing farmland bumblebee populations
TJ Wood, JM Holland, D Goulson
Oecologia 177 (4), 1093-1102, 2015
Honeybee dietary neonicotinoid exposure is associated with pollen collection from agricultural weeds
TJ Wood, I Kaplan, Y Zhang, Z Szendrei
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1905), 20190989, 2019
An assessment of historical and contemporary diet breadth in polylectic Andrena bee species
TJ Wood, SPM Roberts
Biological Conservation 215, 72-80, 2017
The wild bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) of Morocco
P Lhomme, D Michez, S Christmann, E Scheuchl, I El Abdouni, ...
Zootaxa 4892 (1), 1–159-1–159, 2020
Updates to the bee fauna of Portugal with the description of three new Iberian Andrena species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila)
TJ Wood, I Cross, DW Baldock
Zootaxa 4790 (2), 201-228, 2020
Constrained patterns of pollen use in Nearctic Andrena (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae) compared with their Palaearctic counterparts
TJ Wood, SPM Roberts
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124 (4), 732-746, 2018
Limited phenological and dietary overlap between bee communities in spring flowering crops and herbaceous enhancements
TJ Wood, J Gibbs, N Rothwell, JK Wilson, L Gut, J Brokaw, R Isaacs
Ecological Applications 28 (7), 1924-1934, 2018
Camptopoeum (Camptopoeum) baldocki spec. nov., a new panurgine bee species from Portugal and a description of the male of Flavipanurgus fuzetus Patiny (Andrenidae: Panurginae)
TJ Wood, I Cross
Zootaxa 4254 (2), 285-293, 2017
Synergism between local‐and landscape‐level pesticides reduces wild bee floral visitation in pollinator‐dependent crops
EH Bloom, TJ Wood, KLJ Hung, JJ Ternest, LL Ingwell, K Goodell, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (6), 1187-1198, 2021
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