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Sandra J. DeBano
Sandra J. DeBano
Associate Professor, Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences, Oregon State University
E-mail megerősítve itt: oregonstate.edu
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Effects of livestock grazing on aboveground insect communities in semi-arid grasslands of southeastern Arizona
SJ DeBano
Biodiversity and Conservation 15, 2547-2564, 2006
1142006
Short‐term responses of native bees to livestock and implications for managing ecosystem services in grasslands
C Kimoto, SJ DeBano, RW Thorp, RV Taylor, H Schmalz, T DelCurto, ...
Ecosphere 3 (10), 1-19, 2012
992012
Effects of native and non‐native grassland plant communities on breeding passerine birds: Implications for restoration of northwest bunchgrass prairie
PL Kennedy, SJ DeBano, AM Bartuszevige, AS Lueders
Restoration Ecology 17 (4), 515-525, 2009
952009
Investigating temporal patterns of a native bee community in a remnant North American bunchgrass prairie using blue vane traps
C Kimoto, SJ DeBano, RW Thorp, S Rao, WP Stephen
Journal of Insect Science 12 (108), 2012
902012
The influence of environmental quality on sexual selection in Nauphoeta cinerea (Dictyoptera: Blaberidae)
DC Clark, SJ DeBano, AJ Moore
Behavioral Ecology 8 (1), 46-53, 1997
741997
Partial shading by solar panels delays bloom, increases floral abundance during the late-season for pollinators in a dryland, agrivoltaic ecosystem
M Graham, S Ates, AP Melathopoulos, AR Moldenke, SJ DeBano, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-13, 2021
682021
Biology and management of the potato tuberworm in the Pacific Northwest
SI Rondon, SJ DeBano, GH Clough, M Dogramaci, A Schreiber, A Jensen, ...
522007
Soil morphologic properties and cattle stocking rate affect dynamic soil properties
HJ Schmalz, RV Taylor, TN Johnson, PL Kennedy, SJ DeBano, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 66 (4), 445-453, 2013
472013
Spatial and temporal dynamics of potato tuberworm (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in the Columbia Basin of the Pacific Northwest
SJ DeBano, PB Hamm, A Jensen, SI Rondon, PJ Landolt
Environmental entomology 39 (1), 1-14, 2010
442010
Reducing tuber damage by potato tuberworm (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) with cultural practices and insecticides
GH Clough, SI Rondon, SJ DeBano, N David, PB Hamm
Journal of economic entomology 103 (4), 1306-1311, 2010
36*2010
Effect of woody riparian patches in croplands on stream macroinvertebrates
DE Wooster, SJ DeBano
Archiv für Hydrobiologie 165 (2), 241-268, 2006
332006
Capabilities and limitations of using DNA metabarcoding to study plant–pollinator interactions
KA Arstingstall, SJ DeBano, X Li, DE Wooster, MM Rowland, S Burrows, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (20), 5266-5297, 2021
322021
Pollinators of the Great Plains: disturbances, stressors, management, and research needs
BB Hanberry, SJ DeBano, TN Kaye, MM Rowland, CR Hartway, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 78, 220-234, 2021
292021
Spider community responses to grassland restoration: balancing trade‐offs between abundance and diversity
LA Smith DiCarlo, SJ DeBano
Restoration Ecology 27 (1), 210-219, 2019
272019
Impact of season-long water abstraction on invertebrate drift composition and concentration
D Wooster, SW Miller, SJ DeBano
Hydrobiologia 772, 15-30, 2016
272016
Diet overlap of mammalian herbivores and native bees: implications for managing co-occurring grazers and pollinators
SJ DeBano, SM Roof, MM Rowland, LA Smith
Natural Areas Journal 36 (4), 458-477, 2016
252016
An Examination of the Impact of Multiple Disturbances on a River System: taxonomic Metrics Versus Biological Traits
DE Wooster, SW Miller, SJ DeBano
River Research and Applications 28 (10), 1630-4643, 2012
242012
The effect of soil depth and exposure to winter conditions on survival of the potato tuberworm, Phthorimaea operculella
M Dogramaci, SI Rondon, SJ DeBano
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 129 (3), 332-339, 2008
232008
Associations between blooming plants and their bee visitors in a riparian ecosystem in eastern Oregon
SM Roof, S DeBano, MM Rowland, S Burrows
Northwest Science 92 (2), 119-135, 2018
222018
Short-term response of two beneficial invertebrate groups to wildfire in an arid grassland system, United States
LAS DiCarlo, SJ DeBano, S Burrows
Rangeland Ecology & Management 72 (3), 551-560, 2019
182019
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