Ballare K.M., Stevens L. & S. Jha (in press) Benefits of Cross Pollination to Native Wildflower and Crop Species. Rhodora

Schenau E. & S. Jha (in press) High levels of diploidy but extensive gene flow characterize male bumble bee population genetics. Conservation Genetics

Pope N. & S. Jha (in press) Inferring the foraging ranges of social bees from sibling genotypes sampled across discrete locations. Conservation Genetics

Jaffé R., Pope N., , Acosta A.L., Alves D.A., Arias M.C., De la Rúa P., Francisco F.O., Giannini T.C., González-Chaves A., Imperatriz-Fonseca V.L., Jha S. & L.G. Carvalheiro (2016) Beekeeping practices and geographic distance, not land use, drive gene flow across tropical bees. Molecular Ecology 25:5345-5358. pdf

Castilla A., Pope N., Jaffé R. & S. Jha (2016) Elevation, not deforestation, promotes genetic differentiation in a pioneer tropical tree. PLoS ONE 11: e0156694. pdf

Ritchie, A.D., Ruppel, R. and S. Jha (2016) Generalist behavior describes pollen foraging for perceived oligolectic and polylectic bees. Environmental Entomology 45: 909-919.  pdf

Cusser S., Neff J.L. & S. Jha (2016) Natural land cover drives pollinator abundance and richness, leading to reductions in pollen limitation in cotton agroecosystems.  Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 226: 33–42.  pdf

Livingston G., Waring, B., Pacheco L.F., Gilbert L., Buchori D., Jiang Y. and S. Jha (2016) Perspectives on the Global Disparity in Ecological Science. Bioscience 66: 147-155 pdf

Castilla A., Pope N. & S. Jha (2016) Positive density-dependent reproduction regulated by local kinship and size. Annals of Botany 117: 319-329.  pdf

Jaffé R., Castilla A., Pope N., Imperatriz-Fonseca V.L., Metzger J.P., Arias M.C. & S. Jha (2016) Landscape genetics of a tropical rescue pollinator. Conservation Genetics 12: 267-278.  pdf

Cusser S., Neff J.L. & S. Jha (2015) Pollinator extinction debt in exurban landscapes. Insect Conservation and Diversity 8: 562-572. pdf

Kleijn D., Winfree R., Bartomeus I., Carvalheiro L.G., Henry M., Isaacs R., Klein A.-M., Kremen C., M’Gonigle L.K., Rader R., Ricketts T., Williams N.M., Adamson N.L., Ascher J.S., Báldi A., Batáry P., Benjamin F., Biesmeijer J.C., Blitzer E.J., Bommarco R., Brand M.R., Bretagnolle V., Button L., Cariveau D.P., Chifflet R., Colville J.F., Danforth B.N., Elle E., Garratt M.P., Herzog F., Holzschuh A., Howlett B.G., Jauker F., Jha S., Knop E., Krewenka K.M., Le Féon V., Mandelik Y., May E.A., Park M.G., Pisanty G., Reemer M., Riedinger V., Rollin O., Rundlöf M., Sardińas H.S., Scheper J., Sciligo A.R., Smith H.G., Steffan-Dewenter I., Thorp R., Tscharntke T., Verhulst J., Viana B.F., Vaissičre B.E., Veldtman R., Westphal C. & Potts S.G. (2015) Delivery of crop pollination services is an insufficient argument for wild pollinator conservation. Nature Communications 6: 7414. pdf

Woodard S.H., Lozier J.D., Goulson D., Williams P.H., Strange J.P. & S. Jha (2015) Molecular tools and bumble bees: revealing hidden details of ecology and evolution in a model system. Molecular Ecology 24: 2916-2936. pdf

Lin B.B., Philpott S.M. & S. Jha (2015) The future of urban agriculture and biodiversity-ecosystem services: challenges and next steps. Basic and Applied Ecology: 16: 189-201. pdf

Jha S. (2015) Contemporary human-altered landscapes and oceanic barriers reduce bumble bee gene flow. Molecular Ecology 24: 993-1006. pdf

Jha, S., Bacon, C., Philpott, S.M., Rice, R.A., Mendez, V.E., & P. Läderach (2014) Shade coffee: update on a disappearing refuge for biodiversity. Bioscience 64: 416-428. pdf

Saifuddin, M. & S. Jha (2014) Colony-level variation in pollen collection and foraging preferences among wild-caught bumble bees. Environmental Entomology 43: 393-401. pdf

Jha, S., Stefanovich, L. & C. Kremen (2013) Native plants dominate bumble bee pollen loads across natural and agricultural landscapes. Ecological Entomology 38: 570-579. pdf

Livingston, G., Jha, S., Vega, A., and L. Gilbert (2013) Conservation value and permeability of Neotropical oil palm landscapes for orchid bees. PloS ONE: 8: e78523. pdf

Kennedy, C.M., Lonsdorf, E., Neel, C.M., Williams, N.M., Ricketts, T.H., Winfree, R., Bommarco, R., Brittain, C., Burley, A.L., Cariveau, D., Carvalheiro, L.G., Chacoff, N.P., Cunningham, S.A., Danforth, B.N., Dudenhöffer, J., Elle, E., Gaines, H.R., Gratton, C., Greenleaf, S.S., Holzschuh, A., Isaacs, R., Javorek, S.K., Jha, S., Klein, A.M., Krewenka, K., Mandelik, Y., Mayfield, M.M., Morandin, L., Neame, L.A., Otieno, M., Park, M., Potts, S.G., Rundlöf, M., Saez, A., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Taki, H., Tuell, J.K., Felipe, B., Veldtman, R., Westphal, C., and C. Kremen (2013) A global quantitative synthesis of local and landscape effects on native bee pollinators in agroecosystems. Ecology Letters 16: 584-599. pdf

Jha, S. & C. Kremen (2013) Urban land use limits regional bumble bee gene flow.  Molecular Ecology. 22: 2483–2495. pdf

Jha, S. & C. Kremen (2013) Bumble bee foraging in response to landscape heterogeneity.  Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences. pdf

Jha, S., Burkle, L., & C. Kremen (2012) Vulnerability of pollination ecosystem services to global climate change.  Ecosystem Services and Climate Change. Timothy Seastedt and Kathryn Suding. Netherlands, Springer.

Jha, S., Allen, D.A., Liere, H., Perfecto, I., & J.H. Vandermeer (2012) Mutualisms and population regulation: mechanism matters. PLoS ONE. 7(8): e43510 pdf

Jha, S., Bacon, C., Philpott, S.M., Rice, R.A., Mendez, V.E., & P. Läderach (2011) Shade coffee at a crossroads again: A review of ecosystem services, farmer livelihoods, and value chains in shade coffee agroecosystems. In: Campbell, W. B. and Lopez Ortiz, Silvia, Integrating Agriculture, Conservation and Ecotourism: Examples from the Field. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, pp.141-208.

Jha, S. & C.W. Dick (2010) Native bees facilitate gene flow across shade coffee landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences:107:13760-13764. pdf

Jha, S. & J.H. Vandermeer (2010) Impacts of coffee agroforestry management on tropical bee communities. Biological Conservation: 143: 1423-1431. pdf

Jha, S., Vandermeer, J.H. & I. Perfecto (2009) Assessment of stage-specific population densities of Coccus viridis (Coccidae) using digital photography. Bulletin of Insectology: 62: 183-189. pdf

Jha, S. & J. H. Vandermeer (2009) Contrasting bee foraging in response to resource scale and local habitat management. Oikos 118: 1174-1180. pdf

Jha, S. & C.W. Dick (2009) Isolation and characterization of nine microsatellite loci for the tropical understory tree Miconia affinis Wurdack (Melastomataceae). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 344-345. pdf

Jha, S. & J.H. Vandermeer (2009) Contrasting foraging patterns for Africanized honeybees and native bees and wasps in a tropical agroforestry landscape. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25: 13-23. pdf

Jha, S. & C.W. Dick (2008) Shade coffee farms promote genetic diversity of native trees. Current Biology 18: 1126-1128. pdf

Philpott, S.M., Lin, B.B., Jha, S. & S.J. Brines (2008) A multi-scale assessment of hurricane impacts on agricultural landscapes based on land-use and topographic features. Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment 128: 12-20. pdf

Jha, S., Casey-Ford, R.G., Platt, T., Queller, D.C. & J.E. Strassmann (2006) The queen is not the pacemaker in colonies of the small-colony wasps Polistes instabilis and P. dominulus. Journal of Animal Behavior 71: 1197-1203. pdf

Jha, S., Harcombe, P.A. & I.S. Elsik (2004) Analysis of American beech death at Wier Woods. Texas Journal of Science 21: 328-339.