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  • Lebuhn, G., S. Droege, E. Connor, B. Gemmill-Herren, S. Potts, R. Minckley, T. Griswold, R. Jean, E. Kula and D. Roubik. 2013. Detecting insect pollinator declines on regional and global scales. Conservation Biology : The Journal of the Society for Conservation Biology 27: 113-120.

  • LeBuhn, G. 2013. Field Guide to the Common Bees of California. .

  • Goodman, R., G. Lebuhn, N. Seavy, T. Gardali and J. Bluso‐Demers. 2012. Avian body size changes and climate change. Global Change Biology 18: 63-73.

  • Zhang, H., M. Korayem, D. Crandall and G. LeBuhn. 2012. Mining photo-sharing websites to study ecological phenomena. Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on World Wide Web: 749-758.

  • Smith, J., M. Reynolds and G. LeBuhn. 2012. Warbling Vireo reproductive success and nest-site characteristics in the northern Sierra Nevada, California. Journal of Field Ornithology 76: 383-389.

  • Oberhauser, K. and G. LeBuhn. 2012. Insects and plants. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10: 318-320.

  • Droege, S., V. Tepedino, G. Lebuhn, W. Link, R. Minckley, Q. Chen and C. Conrad. 2010. Spatial patterns of bee captures in North American bowl trapping surveys. Insect Conservation and Diversity 3: 15-23.

  • Winfree, R., R. Aguilar, D. Vázquez, G. LeBuhn and M. Aizen. 2009. Meta-Analysis of Bees' Responses to Anthropogenic Disturbance. Ecology 90: 2068-2076.

  • Chess, S., R. Raguso and G. LeBuhn. 2008. Geographic divergence in floral morphology and scent in Linanthus dichotomus (Polemoniaceae). American Journal of Botany 95: 1652-1659.

  • Clarke, K., B. Fisher and G. LeBuhn. 2008. The influence of urban park characteristics on ant (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) communities. Urban Ecosystems 11: 317-334.

  • Kremen, C., N. Williams, M. Aizen, B. Gemmill-Herren, G. LeBuhn, R. Minckley, L. Packer, S. Potts, T. Roulston and I. Steffan-Dewenter. 2007. Pollination and other ecosystem services produced by mobile organisms. Ecology Letters 10: 299-314.

  • Chaves, J., J. Pollinger, T. Smith and G. LeBuhn. 2007. The role of geography and ecology in shaping the phylogeography of the speckled hummingbird (Adelomyia melanogenys) in Ecuador. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 43: 795-807.

  • Weller, S., C. Domínguez, F. Molina-Freaner, J. Fornoni and G. LeBuhn. 2007. evolution of distyly from tristyly in populations of Oxalls alpina (Oxalidaceae) in the Sky Islands of the Sonoran Desert1. American Journal of Botany 94: 972.

  • Packer, L., A. Gravel and G. Lebuhn. 2007. Phenology and social organization of Halictus (Seladonia) tripartitus (Hymenoptera. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 16: 281-292.

  • Hatfield, R. and G. LeBuhn. 2007. Patch and landscape factors shape community assemblage of bumble bees, Bombus spp. (Hymenoptera. Biological Conservation 139: 150-158.

  • McFrederick, Q. and G. LeBuhn. 2006. Are urban parks refuges for bumble bees Bombus spp. (Hymenoptera. Biological Conservation 129: 372-382.

  • Smith, J., M. Reynolds and G. LeBuhn. 2005. Warbling Vireo Reproductive Success and Nest-Site Characteristics in the Northern Sierra Nevada, California (Exito de anidamineto y características claves del lugar de anidamiento de Vireo gilvus en la parte norte de la Sierra Nevada, California). Journal of Field Ornithology 76: 383-389.

  • LeBuhn, G. 2004. Seasonal variation in reproductive traits in Ipomopsis longiflora(Polemoniaceae), a desert annual. Canadian Journal of Botany 82: 401-408.

  • Kareiva, P., S. Andelman, D. Doak, B. Elderd, M. Groom, J. Hoekstra, L. Hood, F. James, J. Lamoreux and G. LeBuhn. 1998. Biometrics Unit Technical Reports. .

  • Lebuhn, G. and K. Holsinger. 1998. sensitivity analysis of pollen-dispensing schedules. Evolutionary Ecology 12: 111-121.

  • Lebuhn, G. and G. Anderson. 1994. Anther Tripping and Pollen Dispensing in Berberis thunbergii. American Midland Naturalist 131: 257-265.

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Educational Background

  • 1998 – PH. D., University of California Santa Barbara (BIOLOGY)

  • 1992 – MA, University of Connecticut (Botany)

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