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14.  Hutchins, L., Mc Cartney, A., Graham, N., Gillespie, R., Guzman, A. (2023). Arthropods are Kin: Operationalizing Indigenous Data Sovereignty to Respectfully Utilize Genomic Data from Indigenous Lands. Molecular Ecology Resources.

13.  . Ward, L.T., Hladik, M.L., Guzman, A., Bautista, A., Mills, N.J. (2023). Neonicotinoid Sunflower Seed Treatment, While Not Detected in Pollen and Nectar, Still Impacts Wild Bees and Crop Yield. Agrochemicals. 2(2), 279-295.

12.  Vendig, I., Guzman, A., De La Cerda, G., Esquivel, K., Mayer, A., Ponisio, L., Bowles, T. (2023). Quantifying direct yield benefits of soil carbon increases from cover cropping. Nature Sustainability.

11.  Chaudhary, V. B., Holland, E.P., Charman-Anderson, Guzman, A., S., Bell-Dereske, L., Cheeke, T., Corrales, A., Duchicela, J., Egan, C., Gupta, M., Hannula, E., Hestrin, R., Hoosein, S., Kumar, A., Mhretu, G., Neuenkamp, L., Soti, P., Xie, Y., Helgason, T. (2022). What are mycorrhizal traits? Trends in ecology & evolution.

10. Ward, L., Hladik, M., Guzman, A., Winsemius, S., Bautista, A., Kremen, C., Mills, N. (2022). Pesticide exposure of wild bees and honey bees foraging from field border flowers in intensively managed agriculture areas. Science of the Total Environment. 831, 154697.

9.  Debray, R., Socolar, Y., Kaulbach, G., Guzman, A., Hernandez, C., Curley, R., Dhond, A., Bowles, T., Koskella, B. (2021). Water stress and disruption of mycorrhizae induce parallel shifts in phyllosphere microbiome composition. New Phytologist

8. Willing, C.E.*, Pierroz, G.*, Guzman, A., Anderegg, L.D.L., Gao, C., Coleman-Derr, D., Taylor, J., Bruns, T.D., Dawson, T.D. (2021). Keep your friends close: Host compartmentalization of microbial communities facilitates decoupling from effects of habitat fragmentation.  Ecology Letters. 24(12), 2674-2686.

7. Guzman, A., Montes, M., Hutchins, L., DeLaCerda, G., Yang, P., Kakouridis, A., Dahlquist-Willard, R., Firestone, M., Bowles, T., Kremen, C. (2021). Crop diversity enriches arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities in an intensive agricultural landscape. New Phytologist. 231, 1.

6. Petersen-Rockney, M.*, Bauer, P.*, Guzman, A., Bender, S.F, Calo, A., Castillo, F., De Master, K., Dumont, A., Esquivel, K., Kremen, C., LaChance, J., Mooshammer, M., Ory, J., Price, M., Socolar, Y., Stanley, P., Iles, A., Bowles, T. (2021). Narrow and brittle or broad and robust? Comparing adaptive capacity in simplifying and diversifying farming systems. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 5, 56.

5. Rowntree, J. E., Stanley, P. L., Maciel, I. C. F., Thorbecke, M., Rosenzweig, S. T., Hancock, D. W., Guzman, A., & Raven, M. R. (2020). Ecosystem Impacts and Productive Capacity of a Multi-Species Pastured Livestock System. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 4, 544984.

4. Guzman A., Chase, M., & Kremen, C. (2019). On-farm diversification in an agriculturally-dominated landscape positively influences specialist pollinators. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 3, 87.

3. Guzman, A., Gaines-Day, H. R., Lois, A. N., Steffan, S. A., Brunet, J., Zalapa, J., & Guédot, C. (2019). Surrounding landscape and spatial arrangement of honey bee hives affect pollen foraging and yield in cranberry. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 286, 106624.

2. Jennings, H., Wallin, K., Brennan, J., Del Valle, A., Guzman, A., ... Kartzinel R.Y., Givnish T.J. (2016). Inbreeding, low genetic diversity, and spatial genetic structure in the endemic Hawaiian lobeliads Clermontia fauriei and Cyanea pilosa ssp. longipedunculataConservation Genetics, 17(2), 497-502.

1. Zalapa, J. E., Bougie, T. C., Bougie, T. A., Schlautman, B. J., Wiesman, E., Guzman, A., ... & Smith, T. (2015). Clonal diversity and genetic differentiation revealed by SSR markers in wild Vaccinium macrocarpon and Vaccinium oxycoccos. Annals of applied biology, 166(2), 196-207.

In the pipeline

3. Guzman, A., Montes, M., Soria-Gilman, I., Banuelos, M.y, Firestone, M., Bowles, T., and Kremen, C. Floral trait variation and pollinator visitation are mediated by belowground mycorrhizal interactions and nutrient supply. 

2. Guzman, A., Pratt, G., Firestone, M., Kremen, C., Bowles, T. Crop diversification controls the community assembly of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in an agricultural landscape. 

1. De Master, K.T.*, Guzman, A.*, Kremen, C., Gontheir, D., Sciligo, A. Multifunctional Maverick on the Monocultural Margins: Diversified Farming Practices Among California’s Organic Strawberry Growers. 

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