Wilson, C.J., and Jamieson, M.A. 2019. The effects of urbanization on bee communities depends on floral resource availability and bee functional traits. PLOS ONE. 14 (12), e0225852-e0225852 PDF

Fitch, G., Wilson, C.J., Glaum, P., Vaidya, C., Simao, and Jamieson, M.A. 2019. Does urbanization favour exotic bee species? Implications for the conservation of native bees in cities. Biology Letters. PDF

Jamieson, M.A., Carper, A.L., Wilson, C.J., Scott, V.L., and Gibbs, J. 2019. Geographic bias in bee community research limits understanding of species distribution and response to anthropogenic disturbance. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7: 194.  PDF

Carper, A.L., Schwantes, C.J., and Jamieson, M.A., 2019. A New State Record of the Rare Bee, Cemolobus ipomoeae (Hymenoptera, Apidae), from Colorado, USA. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 91(2), pp.171-175. PDF

Jamieson, M.A., Wilson, C.J., and Scherr, K.D. Supporting Southeast Michigan Pollinators. 2019. Educational brochure (not-peer reviewed) for community engagement events, education events, research collaborators and participants. PDF

Jamieson, M.A., Burkle, L.A., Manson, J.S., Runyon, J.B., Trowbridge, A.M. and Zientek, J., 2017. Global change effects on plant–insect interactions: the role of phytochemistry. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 23, pp.70-80. PDF

Jamieson, M.A., Schwartzberg, E.G., Raffa, K.F., Reich, P.B. and Lindroth, R.L., 2015. Experimental climate warming alters aspen and birch phytochemistry and performance traits for an outbreak insect herbivore. Global Change Biology, 21(7), pp.2698-2710. PDF

Schwartzberg, E.G., Jamieson, M.A., Raffa, K.F., Reich, P.B., Montgomergy, R.A., and Lindroth, R.L. 2014. Simulated climate warming alters phenological synchrony between an outbreak insect herbivore and host trees. Oecologia 175 (3): 1041-1049. PDF

Jamieson, M.A., Quintero, C. and Blumenthal, D.M., 2013. Interactive effects of simulated nitrogen deposition and altered precipitation patterns on plant allelochemical concentrations. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 39(9), pp.1204-1208. PDF

Jamieson, M.A., Trowbridge, A.M., Raffa, K.F. and Lindroth, R.L., 2012. Consequences of climate warming and altered precipitation patterns for plant-insect and multitrophic interactions. Plant physiology, 160(4), pp.1719-1727. PDF

Jamieson, M.A., Seastedt, T.R. and Bowers, M.D., 2012. Nitrogen enrichment differentially affects above-and belowground plant defense. American Journal of Botany, 99(10), pp.1630-1637. PDF

Jamieson, M.A., Knochel, D., Manrique, A., and Seastedt, T.R. 2012. Top-down and bottom-up controls on Dalmatian toadflax (Linaria dalmatica) performance along the Colorado Front Range, USA. Plant Ecology 213 (2): 185-195. PDF

Jamieson, M.A. and Deane Bowers, M., 2012. Plant‐mediated effects of soil nitrogen enrichment on a chemically defended specialist herbivore, Calophasia lunula. Ecological Entomology, 37(4), pp.300-308. PDF

Jamieson, M.A. and Bowers, M.D., 2012. Soil nitrogen availability and herbivore attack influence the chemical defenses of an invasive plant (Linaria dalmatica; Plantaginaceae). Chemoecology, 22(1), pp.1-11. PDF

Marsico, T.D., Burt, J.W., Espeland, E.K., Gilchrist, G.W., Jamieson, M.A., Lindström, L., Roderick, G.K., Swope, S., Szűcs, M. and Tsutsui, N.D., 2010. PERSPECTIVE: Underutilized resources for studying the evolution of invasive species during their introduction, establishment, and lag phases. Evolutionary Applications, 3(2), pp.203-219. PDF

Jamieson, M.A. and Bowers, M.D., 2010. Iridoid glycoside variation in the invasive plant Dalmatian toadflax, Linaria dalmatica (Plantaginaceae), and sequestration by the biological control agent, Calophasia lunula. Journal of chemical ecology, 36(1), pp.70-79. PDF