Peer-reviewed articles, published or in press

Tonietto, R.K., and D.J. Larkin. Habitat restoration benefits wild bees: A meta-analysis. 2017. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI 10.1111/1365-2664.13012.

Tonietto, R.K. , J.S. Ascher, D.J. Larkin. Bee communities along a prairie restoration chronosequence: similar abundance and diversity, distinct composition. 2017. Ecological Applications, doi: 10.1002/eap.1481 (pdf).

Hall, D.M., G.D.,Camilo, R.K. Tonietto, J. Ollerton, K. Ahrné, M. Arduser, J. Ascher, K.C.R. Baldock, R.E. Fowler, G.W. Frankie, D. Goulson, B. Gunnarsson, M.E. Hanley, J.I. Jackson, G. Langellotto, D. Lowenstein, E.S. Minor, S.M. Philpott, S.G. Potts, M.H. Sirohi, E.M. Spevak, G. Stone, C. Threlfall. 2016. The city as a refuge for insect pollinators. Conservation Biology,  doi: 10.1111/cobi.12840. (pdf).

DiPalma, A., and 74 others including R.K. Tonietto. 2016. Predicting bee community responses to land-use changes: Effects of geographic and taxonomic biases. Scientific Reports 6, Article number: 31153 (open access).

Larkin, D.J., A. Hipp, J. Kattge, W. Prescott, R.K. Tonietto, S.K. Jacobi and M.L. Bowles. 2015. Phylogenetic measures of plant communities show long-term change and impacts of fire management in tallgrass prairie remnants. Journal of Applied Ecology. 52:6, 1638-1648 (pdf).   

Hudson, L. and 327 others including R.K. Tonietto. 2014. The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts. Ecology and Evolution. 4:24, 4701-4735 (open access).

Ksiazek, K., R.K. Tonietto and J. Ascher. 2014. Ten bee species new to green roofs in the Chicago area. The Great Lakes Entomologist. 47, 87-92 (pdf).

Tonietto, R.K., J.B. Fant, J. Ascher, K. Ellis, and D.J. Larkin. 2011. A comparison of bee communities of Chicago green roofs, parks and prairies. Landscape and Urban Planning 103, 102-108 (pdf).

Tonietto, R.K. and J. Ascher. 2009. Occurrence of the Old World bee species Hylaeus hyalinatus, Anthidium manicatum, Anthidium oblongatum, Megachile sculpturalis, and the native Coelioxys banksi, in Illinois (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Colletidae, Megachilidae). Great Lakes Entomologist. 41:201-203 (pdf).



Book contributions

Jafri, J., G.H. Lyon, S. Madziar, and R.K. Tonietto. Project Exploration’s Environmental Adventurers: Amplifying Urban Youth Agency, Identity and Capacity with Mobile Technology. Mobile Media Learning: Innovation and Inspiration. ETC Press. 145-156 (2014) (pdf).