Elizabeth Nicholls
Elizabeth Nicholls
Post-doctoral Research Scientist
Verified email at sussex.ac.uk
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Bee declines driven by combined stress from parasites, pesticides, and lack of flowers
D Goulson, E Nicholls, C Botías, EL Rotheray
Science 347 (6229), 1255957, 2015
17812015
NEONICOTINOID RESIDUES IN WILDFLOWERS, A POTENTIAL ROUTE OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE FOR BEES
DG Cristina Botías, Arthur David, Julia Horwood, Alaa Abdul-Sada, Elizabeth ...
Environmental Science & Technology, 2015
2442015
Widespread contamination of wildflower and bee-collected pollen with complex mixtures of neonicotinoids and fungicides commonly applied to crops
A David, C Botías, A Abdul-Sada, E Nicholls, EL Rotheray, EM Hill, ...
Environment International 88, 169-178, 2016
2142016
Assessment of pollen rewards by foraging bees
E Nicholls, N Hempel de Ibarra
Functional Ecology 31 (1), 76-87, 2017
482017
Bees associate colour cues with differences in pollen rewards
E Nicholls, NH de Ibarra
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (15), 2783-2788, 2014
312014
Flight performance of actively foraging honey bees is reduced by a common pathogen
T Wells, S Wolf, E Nicholls, H Groll, KS Lim, SJ Clark, J Swain, ...
Environmental Microbiology Reports 8 (5), 728-737, 2016
292016
The canary in the coalmine; bee declines as an indicator of environmental health
D Goulson, E Nicholls
Science Progress 99 (3), 312-326, 2016
262016
Larval exposure to field-realistic concentrations of clothianidin has no effect on development rate, over-winter survival or adult metabolic rate in a solitary bee, Osmia bicornis
E Nicholls, R Fowler, JE Niven, JD Gilbert, D Goulson
PeerJ 5, e3417, 2017
252017
No effect of low-level chronic neonicotinoid exposure on bumblebee learning and fecundity
S Piiroinen, C Botías, E Nicholls, D Goulson
PeerJ 4, e1808, 2016
222016
Optimal search patterns in honeybee orientation flights are robust against emerging infectious diseases
S Wolf, E Nicholls, AM Reynolds, P Wells, KS Lim, RJ Paxton, JL Osborne
Scientific Reports 6, 2016
192016
Monitoring neonicotinoid exposure for bees in rural and peri-urban areas of the UK during the transition from pre-to post-moratorium.
E Nicholls, C BOTÍAS, EL Rotheray, P Whitehorn, A David, R Fowler, ...
Environmental science & technology, 2018
172018
Labeling and family resemblance in the discrimination of polymorphous categories by pigeons
E Nicholls, CME Ryan, CML Bryant, SEG Lea
Animal Cognition 14 (1), 21-34, 2011
132011
The contribution of small‑scale food production in urban areas to the sustainable development goals: a review and case study
E Nicholls, A Ely, L Birkin, P Basu, D Goulson
Sustainbility Science, 2020
122020
Qualifying pollinator decline evidence—Response
D Goulson, E Nicholls, E Rotheray, C Botias
Science 348 (6238), 982-982, 2015
122015
A comparative analysis of colour preferences in temperate and tropical social bees
GS Balamurali, E Nicholls, H Somanathan, NH de Ibarra
The Science of Nature 105 (1-2), 8, 2018
102018
Pollen Elicits Proboscis Extension but Does not Reinforce PER Learning in Honeybees
E Nicholls, NH de Ibarra
Insects 4 (4), 542-557, 2013
82013
Impact of pesticide use on the flora and fauna of field margins and hedgerows
C Botías, K Basley, E Nicholls, D Goulson
The Ecology of Hedgerows and Field Margins, 90, 2019
42019
Response to Comment on “Neonicotinoid Residues in Wildflowers, A Potential Route of Chronic Exposure for Bees”
C Botias, A David, J Horwood, A Abdul-Sada, E Nicholls, E Hill, ...
Environmental science & technology 50 (3), 1630-1631, 2016
42016
Differences in color learning between pollen-and sucrose-rewarded bees
EK Nicholls, D Ehrendreich, N Hempel de Ibarra
Communicative & Integrative Biology 8 (4), e1052921, 2015
42015
Companion planting to attract pollinators increases the yield and quality of strawberry fruit in gardens and allotments
J Griffiths‐Lee, E Nicholls, D Goulson
Ecological Entomology, 2020
12020
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