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Curriculum Vitae


David William Inouye
1ink 1. Personal Information January 2017

Professor Emeritus

Department of Biology

University of Maryland

College Park, Maryland 20742-4415

(301) 405-6946 (office); Inouye@umd.edu

ORCid: orcid.org/0000-0003-2076-7834; ResearcherID C-2997-2011

2. Education
Undergraduate: Swarthmore College

Major: Zoology


Graduate: University of North Carolina

Doctor of Philosophy, 1976

Major: Zoology

Postdoctoral: NATO Postdoctoral Fellow, 1978

Botanisches Institut der Universität Wien

University of Vienna



3. Academic history

1972 Organization for Tropical Studies course, Tropical Biology

1973 Teaching Assistant, O.T.S. course 73-1, Tropical Biology

1974-75 Research Assistant to Dr. Helmut C. Mueller, University of N.C.

1976-81 Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, Department of Zoology

1981 Visiting faculty member, O.T.S. course

1981-03 Associate Professor, University of Maryland, Department of Zoology (now Biology)

1982 Sabbatical semester at Rocky Mtn. Biological Laboratory

1984 Sabbatical semester at Australian Museum

1984-98 Affiliate faculty member in Department of Plant Biology, University of Maryland

1988-90 Director, Mountain Research Station, University of Colorado

1990-10 Director, graduate program in Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology


    1. Sabbatical year at Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory

1999-06 Affiliate faculty member, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland

2001 - Certified Senior Ecologist, Ecological Society of America

2001-02 Sabbatical year at Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory and University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

2003-14 Professor, University of Maryland, Department of Biology

2010-11 Program Officer, Population and Community Ecology, National Science Foundation

2011-14 Associate Chair and Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Biology

2014-16 Lead Author for Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) Fast-track assessment of pollinators, pollination and food production.

2014- Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland, Department of Biology

2014- Member, Roundtable on Public Information in the Life Sciences, National Academy of Sciences

2016 Alternate Member, federal Advisory Committee on Climate Change and Natural Resource Science (ACCCNRS)


4. Research, Scholarly, and Creative Activities [Web of Science: 5,084 citations, h-index = 38; Google Scholar: 11,365 citations, h-index = 44]

Inouye, D. W. 1976. Resource partitioning and community structure: A study of bumblebees in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.


a. Books

  1. Books authored


Kearns, C. A. and Inouye, D. W. 1993. Techniques for Pollination Biologists. University Press of Colorado, Niwot, CO. 583 pages. 2nd printing 1994. 3rd printing 2000. Print-on-demand as of 2012.
ii. Chapters in books

1. Inouye, D. W. 1977. Species structure of bumblebee communities in North America and Europe. In: The Role of Arthropods in Forest Ecosystems (Mattson, W. J., ed.) pp. 35 40. Springer-Verlag, NY.


2. Inouye, D. W. 1983. The ecology of nectar robbing. In: The Biology of Nectaries (Elias, T. S. and Bentley, B. L., eds.) pp. 153 173. Columbia University Press, NY.
3. Inouye, D. W. 1988. Natural variation in plant and animal populations, and its implications for studies of recovering ecosystems. In: Rehabilitating Damaged Ecosystems (Cairns, J., ed.) pp. 39-50. CRC Press, Boca Raton.
4. Kearns, C.A., Inouye, D.W., and Waser, N.M. 1998. Endangered mutualisms: The conservation biology of plant-pollinator interactions. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29: 83-112.
5. Inouye, D. W. 2001. Pollinators, the role of. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity 4:723-730. Academic Press, San Diego.

6. Morales, M., D. W. Inouye, M. L. Leigh and G. Lowe. 2003. Considering interactions: Incorporating biotic interactions into viability assessment. Pages 267-287 in: Population Viability in Plants (C. A. Brigham and M. W. Schwartz, eds.); Ecological Studies, Volume 165. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

7. Inouye, D. W., and F.-E. Wielgolaski. 2003. Phenology of high-altitude climates. Pages 195-214 in: Phenology: An Integrative Environmental Science (M. D. Schwartz, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers.
8. Wielgolaski, F.-E., and D. W. Inouye. 2003. Phenology of high-latitude climates. Pages 175-194 in: Phenology: An Integrative Environmental Science (M. D. Schwartz, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers.
9. Inouye, D. W. 2005. Biodiversity and ecological security. Pages 203-215 in: From Resource Scarcity to Ecological Security (D. Pirages and K. Cousins, eds.). MIT Press, Cambridge.
10. Inouye, D., and B. Barr. 2006. Consequences of abrupt climate change for hibernating animals and perennial wildflowers at high altitude in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, USA. Pages 166-168 in: Global Change in Mountain Regions (M. F. Price, ed.). Sapiens Publishing, U.K.
11. Janetos, A., L. Hansen, D. Inouye, B.P. Kelly, L. Meyerson, B. Peterson, and R. Shaw. 2008. Biodiversity. Chapter 5, pp. 203-215 in: The effects of climate change on agriculture, land resources, water resources, and biodiversity. A Report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. Synthesis and Assessment Program, Product 4.3. Washington, DC. http://www.sap43.ucar.edu/documents/Front_Matter.pdf
12. Inouye, D. W. 2011. Reflections: Conservation of Plant-Pollinator Mutualisms. Chapter 21 (p. 237-240) in: Sammataro, D., and J. A. Yoder, Editors. Honey Bee Colony Health: Challenges and Sustainable Solutions. Taylor & Francis Group.

13. Inouye, David and Amy McKinney. 2011. Community Phenology. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Ecology. Ed. David Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press.

14. Inouye, D. W., and F.-E. Wielgolaski. 2013. Phenology of high-altitude climates. Pages 249-272 in: Phenology: An Integrative Environmental Science (M. D. Schwartz, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers.
15. Wielgolaski, F.-E., and D. W. Inouye. 2013. Phenology of high-latitude climates. Pages 225-247 in: Phenology: An Integrative Environmental Science (M. D. Schwartz, ed.) Kluwer Academic Publishers.
16. Inouye, D. W. 2013. Pollinators, Role of. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd edition. S. A. Levin. Waltham, MA, Academic Press. 6: 140-146.

17. Chapin, F. S. III, S. T. A. Pickett, M. E. Power, S. L. Collins, J. S. Baron, D. W. Inouye, and M. G. Turner. 2015. Earth Stewardship: An Initiative by the Ecological Society of America to Foster Engagement to Sustain Planet Earth. Volume 2, pages 173-194 in: Earth Stewardship. R. Rozzi, F. S. Chapin III, J. B. Callicott et al., Springer International Publishing.


b. Articles in Refereed Journals

1. Inouye, D. W. 1975. Flight temperatures of male euglossine bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Euglossini). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 48:366-370.


2. Inouye, D. W. 1978. Resource partitioning in bumblebees: Experimental studies of foraging behavior. Ecology 59:672-678.

3. Inouye, D. W. and O. R. Taylor. 1979. A temperate region plant-ant-seed predator system: Consequences of extrafloral nectar secretion by Helianthella quinquenervis. Ecology 60:1-7.

4. Inouye, D. W. 1980. The effect of proboscis and corolla tube lengths on patterns and rates of flower visitation by bumblebees. Oecologia 45:197-201.

5. Inouye, D. W., N. D. Favre, J. A. Lanum, D. M. Levine, J. B. Meyers, F. C. Roberts, F. C. Tsao, and Y. Wang. 1980. The effects of nonsugar nectar constituents on nectar energy content. Ecology 61:992-996.
6.Inouye, D. W. and O. R. Taylor. 1980. Variation in generation time in Frasera speciosa (Gentianaceae), a long-lived perennial monocarp. Oecologia 47:171-174.
7. Inouye, D. W. 1982. The consequences of herbivory: a mixed blessing for Jurinea mollis (Asteraceae). Oikos 39:269-272.
8. Calder, W. A., S. M. Hiebert, N. M. Waser, D. W. Inouye and S. J. Miller. 1983. Site fidelity, longevity, and population dynamics of Broad-tailed Hummingbirds: a ten year study. Oecologia 56:689-700.
9. Miller, S. J. and D. W. Inouye. 1983. Roles of the wing whistle in the territorial behaviour of male Broad-tailed Hummingbirds (Selasphorus platycercus). Animal Behaviour 31:689-700.
10. Inouye, D. W. and G. D. Waller. 1984. Responses of honeybees (Apis mellifera) to amino acid solutions mimicking nectars. Ecology 65:618-625.
11. Taylor, O. R. and D. W. Inouye. 1985. Synchrony and periodicity of flowering in Frasera speciosa (Gentianaceae). Ecology 66:521-527.
12. Kondo, K., D. W. Inouye, M. Segawa, and T. Seki. 1986. A demographic analysis of mortality caused by Bursaphelenchus xylophilus and Monochamus alternatus in pine forests in the Seto Inland Sea-side, Japan. Oecologia 68:321-326.

13. Inouye, D. W. 1986. Long-term preformation of leaves and inflorescences by a long-lived perennial monocarp, Frasera speciosa, Gentianaceae. American Journal of Botany 73:1535-1540.

14. Ruff, M. S., D. T. Krizek, R. M. Mirecki and D. W. Inouye. 1987. Restricted root zone volume - impact on growth and development of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 112:763-769.
15. Bigwood, D. W. and D. W. Inouye. 1988. Spatial distribution of the component species in an old field seed bank, and a comparison of sampling techniques. Ecology 69:497-507.
16. Inouye, D. W., and G. H. Pyke. 1988. Pollination biology in the Snowy Mts. of Australia, with comparisons with montane Colorado, U.S.A. Australian Journal of Ecology 13:191-210. Data are now part of an NCEAS working group’s compilation of network data.
17. Inouye, D. W., W. A. Calder and N. M. Waser. 1991. The effect of floral abundance on feeder censuses of hummingbird populations. Condor 93:279-285.
18. Inouye, D. W. and A. D. McGuire. 1991. Effects of snowpack on the timing and abundance of flowering in Delphinium nelsonii: implications for climate change. American Journal of Botany 78(7):997-1001.
19. Primack, R. B., and D. W. Inouye. 1993. Factors affecting pollinator visitation rates: a biogeographic comparison. Current Science 65(3):257-262.
20. Kearns, C. A., and D. W. Inouye. 1994. Fly pollination of Linum lewisii (Linaceae). American Journal of Botany 81(9):1091-1095.
21. Inouye, D. W., D. E. Gill, M. R. Dudash, and C. B. Fenster. 1994. A model and lexicon for pollen fate. American Journal of Botany 81(12):1517-1530.

22. Roubik, D. W., D. Yanega, M. Aluja, S. L. Buchmann, and D. W. Inouye. 1995. On optimal nectar foraging by some tropical bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Apidologie 26(3):197-211.

23. Kearns, C. A., and D. W. Inouye. 1997. Pollinators, flowering plants, and conservation biology. BioScience 47(5):297-307.
24. Allen-Wardell, G., P. Bernhardt, R. Bitner, A. Burquez, S. Buchmann, J. Cane, P. A. Cox, V. Dalton, P. Feinsinger, M. Ingram, D. W. Inouye, C. E. Jones, K. Kennedy, P. Kevan, H. Koopowitz, R. Medellin, S. Medellin-Morales, G. P. Nabhan, B. Pavlik, V. Tepedino, P. Torchio, and S. Walker. 1998. The potential consequences of pollinator declines on the conservation of biodiversity and stability of food crop yields. Conservation Biology 12(1):8-17. [This was the first paper in a new series of Commissioned Papers by the Society for Conservation Biology.]
25. Inouye, D. W., W. A. Barr, K. B. Armitage, and B. D. Inouye. 2000. Climate change is affecting altitudinal migrants and hibernating species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97(4): 1630-1633.
26. Maloof, J. E., and D. W. Inouye. 2000. Are nectar robbers cheaters or mutualists? Ecology 81(10):2651-2661.
27. Inouye, D. W. 2000. The ecological and evolutionary significance of frost in the context of climate change. Ecology Letters 3(5):457-463.
28. Larson, B., P. G. Kevan, and D. W. Inouye. 2001. Flies and flowers: taxonomic diversity of anthophiles and pollinators. Canadian Entomologist 133:439-465.
29. Inouye, D. W., M. A. Morales, and G. J. Dodge. 2002. Variation in timing and abundance of flowering by Delphinium barbeyi Huth (Ranunculaceae): the roles of snowpack, frost, and La Niña, in the context of climate change. Oecologia 130: 543-550.

30. Inouye, D. W., F. Saavedra, and W. Lee-Yang. 2003. Environmental influences on the phenology and abundance of flowering by Androsace septentrionalis L. (Primulaceae). American Journal of Botany 90(6):905-910.

31. Saavedra, F., D. W. Inouye, M. V. Price and J. Harte. 2003. Changes in flowering and abundance of Delphinium nuttallianum (Ranunculaceae) in response to a subalpine climate warming experiment. Global Change Biology 9: 885-894.
32. Inouye, D. W., and C. Brewer. 2003. A case study of the program in Sustainable Development and Conservation Biology at the University of Maryland. Conservation Biology 17:1204-1208.
33. Wangchuk, T., M. Hare, and D.W. Inouye, 2003. A new subspecies of Golden Langur (Trachypithecus geei) from Bhutan. Folia Primatologica 74(2): 104-108.
34. Morales, M. A., G. J. Dodge, and D. W. Inouye. 2005. A phenological mid-domain effect in flowering diversity. Oecologia 142(1): 83-89.
35. Betancourt, J. L., M. D. Schwartz, D. D. Breshears, D. R. Cayan, M. D. Dettinger, D. W. Inouye, E. Post, and B. C. Reed. 2005. Implementing a USA-National Phenology Network (USA-NPN). EOS 86(51): 539-542.
36. National Research Council of the National Academies.  2007.  Status of Pollinators in North America.  National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. [member of the committee that wrote the report]
37. Lambrecht, S., M. E. Loik, D. W. Inouye, and J. Harte. 2007. Carbon costs of reproduction under experimental warming in a subalpine meadow. New Phytologist 173: 121-134.
38. Inouye, D. W. 2007. Impacts of global warming on pollinators. Wings 30(2): 24-27.

39. Inouye, D. W. 2008. Effects of climate change on phenology, frost damage, and floral abundance of montane wildflowers. Ecology 89(2): 353-362. [Rated “Recommended” by Faculty of 1000]

40. Post, E., and D. W. Inouye. 2008. Phenology: response, driver, and integrator. (Introduction to Special Feature). Ecology 89(2): 319-320.
41. Miller-Rushing, A. J., D. W. Inouye, and R. B. Primack. 2008. How well do first flowering dates measure plant responses to climate change? The effects of population size and sampling frequency. Journal of Ecology 96: 1289-1296.
42. Wangchuk, T., D. Inouye, and M. Hare. 2008. The emergence of an endangered species: Evolution and phylogeny of the Trachypithecus geei of Bhutan. International Journal of Primatology 29:565-582.
43. White, M. A., de Beurs, K. M., Didan, K., D. W. Inouye, A. D. Richardson, O. P. Jensen, J. Magnuson, J. O’Keefe, G. Zhang, R. R. Nemani, W. J. D. van Leeuwen, J. F. Brown, A. de Wit, M. Schaepman, X. Lin, M. Dettinger, A. Bailey, J. Kimball, M. D. Schwartz, D. D. Baldocchi, and W. K. Lauenroth. 2009. Intercomparison, interpretation, and assessment of spring phenology in North America estimated from remote sensing for 1982 to 2006. Global Change Biology 15(10):2335-2359.
44. Miller-Rushing, A. J. and D. W. Inouye. 2009. Variation in the impact of climate change on flowering phenology and abundance: An examination of two pairs of closely related wildflower species. American Journal of Botany 96:1821-1829.
45. Forrest, J., D. W. Inouye, and J. D. Thomson. 2010. Flowering phenology in subalpine communities: Does climate variation reshuffle species assemblages? Ecology 91(2):431-440.

46. Lambert, A., A. J. Miller-Rushing, and D. W. Inouye. 2010. Changes in snowmelt date and summer precipitation affect the flowering phenology of Erythronium grandiflorum Pursh (glacier lily, Liliaceae). American Journal of Botany 97(9): 1431–1437.

47. Miller-Rushing, A. J., Toke T. Høye, D. W. Inouye, and E. Post. 2010. The effects of phenological mismatch on demography. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 365: 3177-3186.
48. Inouye, D. W. 2010. Correspondence: Mosquitoes: more likely nectar thieves than pollinators. Nature 467: 27.
49. Inouye, D. W. 2010. Correspondence: Returning fire against ‘cheap shots’ at research projects. Nature 467: 400.
50. Aldridge, G., D. W. Inouye, J. R. K. Forrest, W. A. Barr, and A. J. Miller-Rushing. 2011. Emergence of a mid-season period of low floral resources in a montane meadow ecosystem associated with climate change. Journal of Ecology 99(4): 905-913.
51. Pyke, G. H., D. W. Inouye, and J. Thomson. 2011. Activity and abundance of bumble bees near Crested Butte, Colorado: Diel, seasonal and elevation effects. Ecological Entomology 36:511-521.
52. Che-Castaldo, J. P., and D. W. Inouye. 2011. The effects of dataset length and mast seeding on the demography of Frasera speciosa, a long-lived monocarpic plant. Ecosphere 2011 2:11, art126, 18 p.
53. Inouye, D. W. 2011. Effects of frost on wildflowers: an unexpected consequence of climate change. EcoEd Digital Library http://ecoed.esa.org/ [collection of 22 photographs and graphs]

54. Boggs, C. L., and D. W. Inouye. 2012. A single climate driver has direct and indirect effects on pollinator numbers. Ecology Letters 15(5):502-508. [Rated “must read” by Faculty of 1000]

55. Diez, J. M., A. J. Miller-Rushing, S. J. Mazer, T. M. Crimmins, M. A. Crimmins, C. D. Bertelsen, and D. W. Inouye. 2012. Forecasting phenology: from species variability to community forecasts. Ecology Letters 15: 545-553.
56. Anderson, J. T., D. W. Inouye, A. McKinney, and T. Mitchell-Olds. 2012. Phenotypic plasticity and adaptive evolution contribute to advancing flowering phenology in response to climate change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 279(1743): 3843-3852. [Rated “must read” by Faculty of 1000]
57. McKinney, A. M., P. J. CaraDonna, D. W. Inouye, b. barr, D. Bertelson, and N. M. Waser. 2012. Asynchronous changes in phenology of migrating Broad-tailed Hummingbirds and their early-season nectar resources. Ecology 93(9):1987-1993.
58. Ezenwa, V. O., N. M. Gerardo, D. W. Inouye, M. Medina, and J. B. Xavier. 2012. The animal microbiome – a hidden dimension of animal behavior. Science (Perspective paper) 338: 198-199.
59. Pyke, G. H., D. W. Inouye, and J. D. Thomson. 2012. Local geographic distributions of bumble bees near Crested Butte, Colorado: Competition and community structure revisited. Environmental Entomology 41(6):1332-49.
60. Iler, A. M., and D. W. Inouye. 2013. Effects of climate change on mast-flowering cues in a clonal montane herb, Veratrum tenuipetalum (Melanthiaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 100:1-7.
61. Iler, A. M., T. T. Høye, D. W. Inouye, and N. M. Schmidt. 2013. Long-term trends mask variation in the direction and magnitude of short-term phenological shifts. Amer. J. Bot. 100(7):1398-1406.

62. Iler, A. M., T. T. Høye, D. W. Inouye, and N. M. Schmidt. 2013. Nonlinear flowering responses to climate: Are species approaching their limits of phenological change? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, themed issue 368: 20120489

63. Mazer, S. J., S. E. Travers, B. I. Cook, T. J. Davies, K. Bolmgren, N. J. B. Kraft, N. Salamin, and D. W. Inouye. 2013. Flowering date of taxonomic families predicts phenological sensitivity to temperature: Implications for forecasting the effects of climate change on unstudied taxa. Amer. J. Bot. 100(7):1381-1397.
64. Iler, A. M., D. W. Inouye, T. T. Høye, A. J. Miller-Rushing, L. A. Burkle, and E. Johnston. 2013. Maintenance of temporal synchrony between syrphid flies and their floral resources despite differential phenological responses to climate. Global Change Biology 19(8):2348–2359.
65. Zhang, Yan-Wen, Ji-Min Zhao, and D. W. Inouye. 2014. Nectar thieves influence reproductive fitness by altering behavior of nectar robbers and legitimate pollinators in Corydalis ambigua (Fumariaceae). Journal of Ecology 102(1):229–237.
66. Woodcock, T., B. M. H. Larson, P. G. Kevan, D. W. Inouye, and K. Lunau. 2014. Flies and flowers II: Floral attractants and rewards. Journal of Pollination Ecology 12(8):63-94.
67. Che-Castaldo, J. P., and D. W. Inouye. 2014. Field germination and survival of experimentally introduced metal hyperaccumulator Noccaea caerulescens (Brassicaceae) across a soil metal gradient. American Midland Naturalist 171(2): 229-245.
68. CaraDonna, P. J., A. M. Iler, and D. W. Inouye. 2014. Shifts in flowering phenology reshape a subalpine plant community. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (USA) 111(13): 4916-4921. [Recommended by Faculty of 1000]

69. Fagan, W. F., S. Bewick, S. Cantrell, C. Cosner, I. G. Varassin, and D. W. Inouye. 2014. Phenologically explicit models for studying plant-pollinator interactions under climate change. Theoretical Ecology 7:289-297.

70. Wright, Karen W., K. L. Vanderbilt, D. W. Inouye, C. D. Bertelsen, and T. M. Crimmins. 2015. Turnover and reliability of flower communities in extreme environments: Insights from long-term phenology data sets. Journal of Arid Environments 115:27-34.
71. CaraDonna, P. J. and D. W. Inouye. 2015. Phenological responses to climate change do not exhibit phylogenetic signal in a subalpine plant community. Ecology 96(2):355-361.
72. Che-Castaldo, J. and D. W. Inouye. 2015. Interspecific competition between a non-native metal-hyperaccumulating plant (Noccaea caerulescens, Brassicaceae) and a native congener across a soil-metal gradient. Australian Journal of Botany 63(2):141-151.
73. Gezon, Z. J., E. S. Wyman, J. S. Ascher, D. W. Inouye, and R. E. Irwin. 2015. The effect of repeated, lethal sampling on wild bee abundance and diversity. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6(9):1044-1054.
74. Chen, X., S. An, D. Inouye, and M. Schwartz. 2015. Temperature and snowfall trigger alpine vegetation green-up on the world's roof. Global Change Biology 31(10):3635-3646.
75. Inouye, D. W., B. M. H. Larson, and P. G. Kevan. 2015. Flies and flowers III: Ecology of foraging and pollination. Journal of Pollination Ecology 16. http://www.pollinationecology.org/index.php?journal=jpe&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=333
76. Pyke, G. H., J. D. Thomson, D. W. Inouye and T. J. Miller. 2016. Effects of climate change on phenologies and distributions of bumble bees and the plants they visit. Ecosphere 7(3): DOI 10.1002/ecs2.1267

77. Gezon, Z. J., D. W. Inouye, and R. E. Irwin. 2016. Phenological change: implications for pollination and plant fitness. Global Change Biology 22(5): 1779-1793.

78. Petry, W. K., J. D. Soule, A. M. Iler, A. Chicas-Mosier, D. W. Inouye, T. E. X. Miller, K. A. Mooney. 2016. Sex-specific responses to climate change drive rapid shifts in population sex ratio. Science 353: 69-71.
79. Compagnoni, A., A. J. Bibian, B. M. Ochocki, H. S. Rogers, E. L. Schultz, M. E. Sneck, B. D. Elderd, A. M. Iler, D. W. Inouye, H. Jacquemyn, and T. E. X. Miller. The effect of demographic correlations on the stochastic population dynamics of perennial plants. Ecological Monographs 86: 480–494.
80. de Keyzer, C. W., N. E. Rafferty, D. W. Inouye, and J. D. Thomson. 2016. Confounding effects of spatial variation on temporal shifts in phenology. Global Change Biology, in press.
81. Meng, F., Y. Zhou, S. Wang, J. Duan, Z. Zhang, H. Niu, L. Jiang, S. Cui, X. e. Li, C. Luo, L. Zhang, Q. Wang, X. Bao, T. Dorji, Y. Li, M. Du, X. Zhao, L. Zhao, G. Wang and D. W. Inouye (2016). "Temperature sensitivity thresholds to warming and cooling in phenophases of alpine plants." Climatic Change 139:579–590.
82. Iler, A. M., D. W. Inouye, N. M. Schmidt, T. T. Høye. 2017. Detrending phenological time series improves climate-phenology analyses and reveals evidence of plasticity. Ecology, in press.
83. Chen, Xiaoqiu, Lingxiao Wang, and D. W. Inouye. 2017. Delayed response of spring phenology to global warming in subtropics and tropics. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, in press.
c. Notes and Editorials in Refereed Journals
1. Inouye, D. W. 1975. Why don't more hummingbird-pollinated flowers have dark colored pollen? American Naturalist 109: 377-378.

2. Inouye, D. W. 1976. Nonrandom orientation of entrance holes to woodpecker nests in aspen trees. Condor 78:101-102.

3. Waser, N. M. and D. W. Inouye. 1977. Implications of recaptures of Broad-tailed Hummingbirds banded in Colorado. Auk 94:393-395.
4. Inouye, D. W. 1977. Resource partitioning in bumblebees. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 85:253-254.
5. Inouye, D. W. 1980. The terminology of floral larceny. Ecology 61:1251-1253.
6. Inouye, D. W. and R. S. Inouye. 1980. The amino acids of extrafloral nectar from Helianthella quinquenervis (Asteraceae). American Journal of Botany 67:1394-1396.
7. Inouye, R. S., N. J. Huntly and D. W. Inouye. 1981. Non-random orientation of Gila Woodpecker nest entrances in saguaro cacti. Condor 83:88-89.
8. Inouye, D. W. 1991. Quick and easy insect labels. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 64(2):242-243.
9. Inouye, D. W., and J. M. Dietz. 2000. Creating academically and practically trained graduate students. Conservation Biology 14(3):595-596.
10. Inouye, D. W. 2001. Pollinator corridors. Conservation Biology in Practice 2(3):3-4.
11. Inouye, D. W. 2007. The value of bees. Biological Conservation 140:198-199.
12. Inouye, D. W. 2008. Needing each other: Of plants and pollinators. The Wildlife Professional 2(3):66.
13. Inouye, D. W. 2010. Evolution of information management in a graduate seminar. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 91:361-362.
14. Inouye, D. W. 2014. A global collaboration on biodiversity and ecosystem services. Editorial in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(7):371.

15. Lu, Y., K. S. McCarter, S. Lu, and D. W. Inouye. 2015. A new platform for ecologists to link ecology with policy. Editorial. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 1:art1. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/EHS14-0010.1

16. Inouye, D. W. and K. S. McCarter. 2015. The next century of ESA publications. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 96:183–183. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/0012-9623-96.2.183
17. Inouye, D. W. 2015. The value of older non-English literature. [Contribution to The Paper Trail series]. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 96:211–214. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/0012-9623-96.2.211
18. Inouye, D. W. 2015. The next century of ecology. Science 349:565. http://www.sciencemag.org/content/349/6248/565.full
19. Inouye, D. W. 2015. Forum: Controversial Conservation. Issues in Science and Technology 31(3). http://issues.org/31-3/forum-27/
d. Unrefereed notes
Inouye, D. W. 1979. Patterns of corolla tube length of bumblebee flowers from two continents. Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Pollination. Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station Special Miscellaneous Publications 1:461-463.
Inouye, D.W., and J.M. Dietz. 2000. Graduate conservation education (Letter to the Editor). Conservation Biology 14(3):595-596.
Czech, B., M. Christian, and D. Inouye. 2005. Environmentally “taken” by the Supreme Court. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9(3):471-472. [Letter]
Inouye, D. 2012. Forward to: Bumble Bees of the Western United States. Koch, J., J. Strange and P. Williams. U.S. Forest Service and the Pollinator Partnership.

ftp://ftp2.fs.fed.us/incoming/r6/ro/issssp/Inventories/BumbleBee.GuideWestern.FINAL.Feb2012.singlePages.pdf

e. Book Reviews, Other Articles, and Notes


  1. Book reviews

Inouye, D. W. 1982. Larsen, J. A. 1980. The Boreal Ecosystem. Quarterly Review of Biology 57:79-80.


Inouye, D. W. 1988. Marchand, P. J. 1987. Life in the Cold. Ecology 69:1313.
Inouye, D. W. 1989. An Evolutionary Basis for Pollination Ecology; S. C. Willemstein. Evolution: 43:1573-74.
Inouye, D. W. 1995. Endress, P. K. 1994. Diversity and Evolutionary Biology of Tropical Flowers. New Phytologist 130(2):323-324.
Inouye, D. W. 2002. Bowman, William D., and Timothy R. Seastedt, editors. 2001. Structure and function of an alpine ecosystem. Niwot Ridge, Colorado. Ecology 83(3):878-879.
Inouye, D. W. 2012. Rotheray, G. E., and F. Gilbert. 2011. The Natural History of Hoverflies. Forest Text, Ceredigion, UK. Ecology 93(5):1243-44.
Inouye, D. W. 2017. Insiders’ perspectives on the Long-Term Ecological Research program. Willig, Michael R., and Lawrence R. Walker, editors. 2016. Long-term ecological research. Changing the nature of scientists. Ecology, in press.



  1. Software and other reviews

Inouye, D. W. and J. Kingsolver. 1985. Technological tools - NWA Statpak. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 66:31-32.
Inouye, D. W. 1986. Technological tools - Quick and easy graphics; BITNET. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 67:191-193.

Inouye, D. W. 1987. Technological tools - NSFnet, CoStat. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 68:50.

Inouye, D. W. 1987. Technological tools - Curve Fitter-PC, Scientific Plotter-PC, GraphStation. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 68:173-184.
Inouye, D. W., and R. S. Inouye. 1987. Technological tools - Sigma-Plot. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 68:523-524.
Inouye, D. W. 1987. Technological tools - PlotIT. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 68:525-526.
Inouye, D. W. 1988. Technological tools - Scimate, Grammatik. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 69:44-48.
Inouye, D. W. 1988. Technological tools - StatGraphics. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 69:123-124.
Inouye, D. W. 1989. Technological tools - PageMaker, Publisher's Paintbrush, Micrografx Designer, Population Analysis System, Word for Word. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 70:52-57.
Inouye, D. W. 1989. Technological tools - Telecommunications, Screen Extender. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 70:145-147.
Inouye, D. W. 1989. Technological Tools - Scanners. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 70(4):273-274.
Inouye, D. W. 1990. Technological Tools - Magellan, etc. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 71(1): 37-40.
Inouye, D. W. 1990. Technological Tools - Managing memory. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 71(3):198-199.
Inouye, D. W. 1990. World BirdBase. Conservation Biology 4(3):333-334.

Inouye, D. W. 1991. Technological Tools - Electronic bulletin boards, Papyrus, MousePen, Norton Utilities. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 72(1):38-42.

Inouye, D. W. 1991. Technological Tools - Paintbrush. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 72(3):186.
Inouye, D. W. 1991. Technological Tools - MathType, SigmaPlot. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 72(4):244-245.
Inouye, D. W. 1992. Technological Tools - Memory Management. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 73(1):73-74.
Inouye, D. W. 1992. Technological Tools - WordStar, DECA. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 73(3):185-186.
Inouye, D. W. 1992. Technological Tools - Papyrus. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 73(4):279-280.
Inouye, D. W. 1993. Technological Tools - Stacker 3.0. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 74(1):60-61.
Inouye, D. W. 1994. Technological Tools - OS/2, ESA Database. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 75(1):17-18.
Inouye, D. W. 1994. Technological Tools - Weather data and pictures by e-mail; Bar codes and field work. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 75(2):85-86.
Inouye, D. W. 1994. Technological Tools - RAMAS models. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 75(4):266-267.
Inouye, D. W. 1995. Technological Tools - MathCad, Nemesis. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 76(1):38-40.
Inouye, D. W. 1995. Technological Tools - OS/2 Warp, WinFax Pro 4.0. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 76(2):84-85.
Inouye, D. W. 1995. Technological Tools - Stacker 4.0 for OS/2 and DOS. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 76(3):140.

Inouye, D. W. 1996. Technological Tools - PC-ORD, EcoFile. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77(1):26-27.

Inouye, D. W. 1996. Technological Tools - Biopak. PartitionMagic. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77(2):84-85.
Inouye, D. W. 1996. Technological Tools - System Commander 2.2. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77(3):149.
Inouye, D. W. 1997. Technological Tools - DragonDictate 2.0; That synching feeling; recycling computers and disks. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78(2):139-141.
Inouye, D. W. 1997. Technological Tools - Biota: the biodiversity database manager. Ecology 78(8):2641-2642.
Inouye, D. W. 1998. Technological Tools - File transfers and remote control. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 79(3):189-190.
Inouye, D. W. 1998. Technological Tools - Electronic libraries and databases. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 79(3):190-191.
Inouye, D. W. 1998. Technological Tools - Internet map and satellite image resources; EndNote update. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 79(4):236-237.
Inouye, D. W. 2000. Technological Tools - SigmaPlot for Windows, v. 5.05. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 81(1):73-74.
Inouye, D. W. 2000. Technological Tools - EndNote 4.0. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 81(4):274.
Inouye, D. W. 2002. Technological Tools - EndNote 5.0 Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 83(2):119-120.
Inouye, D. W. 2002. Technological Tools – VisualRoute, and eMailTrackerPro. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 83(4):254-255.

Inouye, D. W. 2003. Technological Tools – EndNote 6.0. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America.

Inouye, D. W. 2004. Homebrew camera traps. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 85(3):104.


  1. Other articles

Holland, M. M., D. M. Lawrence, D. J. Morin, C. Hunsaker, D. Inouye, A. Janetos, H. R. Pulliam, W. Robertson, and J. Wilson. 1992. Profiles of ecologists: Results of a survey of the membership of the Ecological Society of America. The Ecological Society of America.
Inouye, D. W. 1971. Candlemaking. Page 159 in The Last Whole Earth Catalog. The Portola Institute.
Inouye, D. W. 1984. Ants and the aspen sunflower. Natural History 93:48-53.
Inouye, D. W. 1985. Spider fishing in the Snowy Mountains. Australian Natural History 21:388-389.
Inouye, D. W. 1986. Portrait of a mountain meadow. Orion Nature Quarterly 5(3):18-25.
Inouye, D. W. 1998. Bees not yet extinct in the U.K. Letter to the Editor. World Watch magazine 11(3):6-7.
Inouye, D. W. 2000. Heat futures: the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Earthwatch magazine 19(4):30.
Kearns, C. A., and D. W. Inouye. 1993. Pistil-packing flies. Natural History 102(4):30-37.
Tracy, C. R. and D. W. Inouye. 1983. QuickStat (A statistical package for use with Apple II Computers).

Winter, K., L. Adams, R. Thorp, D. Inouye, L. Day, J. Ascher, and S. Buchmann. 2006. Importation of non-native bumble bees into North America: Potential consequences of using Bombus terrestris and other non-native bumble bees for greenhouse crop pollination in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. A White Paper of the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC). http://www.pollinator.org/Resources/BEEIMPORTATION_AUG2006.pdf

Inouye, D. W. 2007. In celebration of pollinators. Crested Butte News. 22 June: 53-54.
Inouye, D. W. 2007. Dash, doze or disappear. Animal strategies for coping with thirty-six feet of snow. Crested Butte Magazine 29(2):90-96.
Inouye, D. W. 2008. Whistling while they work. Crested Butte Magazine 30(1):27.
Price, M., N. Waser, D. Blumstein, D. Inouye, B. Castro-Escobar, and R. Furman. 2013. Coyotes and columbines: Do predators deter deer from eating Colorado native wildflowers? Aquilegia 35(5) 3-5.
Inouye, D. W. 2015. Where did he spend the night? Crested Butte Magazine 37: 42-48.

f. Talks, Abstracts, and Other Professional Papers Presented


  1. Invited talks, etc.

1978 Botanisches Institut, University of Vienna; University of Bayreuth

1979 Princeton University; University of Colorado; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and S. U.

1980 Rocky Mtn. Biological Laboratory; Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; University of California, Irvine; University of California, Riverside; University of California, Santa Barbara; University of Maryland

1981 U.S.D.A. Bee Research Center, Tucson; University of Minnesota Lake Itasca Forestry and Biological Station; Georgetown University

1982 George Mason University; Colorado State University; University of Utah; University of Colorado; University of California, Irvine

1983 Earthwatch; Toyama University; Kyoto University; Hiroshima University; Swarthmore College; University of Pennsylvania

1984 Duke University; Flinders University of South Australia; Monash University; Ohio State University; Stanford University; University of California, Berkeley; University of Hawaii; University of Maryland (Botany); University of Melbourne; University of North Carolina

1985 Rocky Mtn. Biological Lab; Rutgers University

1986 University of Delaware

1987 Rocky Mtn. Biological Lab; U. S. National Arboretum; University of Maryland (Botany)

1988 Audubon Society; Colorado College; Colorado State University; Earthwatch; Swarthmore College; University of Colorado

1989 Earthwatch; University of Colorado; University of Missouri-St. Louis; University of Utah; Wellesley College

1990 Earthwatch; Idaho State University; Keystone Science Center; Ohio University; University of Dayton; University of Nebraska; University of Virginia; University of Denver

1991 Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory

1994 National Zoological Park; University of Kansas; Smithsonian Institution's Biodiversity Monitoring course; Skidmore College; Colorado State University

1995 Florida International University; Georgetown University; Trenton State College; Western State College

1996 Natural History Society of Maryland; Truman State University; William Paterson College


  1. University of Paris (Orsay); Earthwatch Europe (Oxford); Smithsonian Institution's Environmental Research Center; University of Richmond

  2. Denver Natural History Museum; University at Albany (SUNY)

  3. University at Albany (SUNY)

  4. National Zoological Park; Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory; University of British Columbia; University of South Dakota

  5. Joint Global Change Research Institute (Univ. of MD), University of California – Davis, University of North Dakota; University of Seville; University of Utah

  6. University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg; Imperial College at Silwood Park

  7. Boston University

  8. Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory; United States Botanic Garden (2 presentations); United States National Arboretum

  9. University of Oregon; Willamette University

  10. University of California, Irvine

  11. Florida State University; University of Arkansas; University of Kansas (selected by the graduate students in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology as their invited speaker); University of Maryland (Geography Department)

2009 Invited speaker, 13th Symposium on Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, The Center Excellence for Field Biology at Austin Peay State University; National Science Foundation; Western State College; Invited speaker, Climate Change Adaptation Workshop for Natural Resource Managers in the Gunnison Basin, organized by The Nature Conservancy’s Southwest Climate Change Initiative.

2010 Jane and Whitney Harris Lecture at the Missouri Botanical Garden; Paul Buck Annual Lecture at the University of Tulsa; Whitney R. Harris World Ecology Center 20th anniversary lecture (University of Missouri, St. Louis); The Wildlife Society (symposium speaker); Utah State University (selected by graduate students as their invited speaker); IUCN North American Bumble Bee Species Conservation Strategy Workshop

2011 George Washington University; University of Colorado (invited by graduate students); Pennsylvania State University (invited by graduate students); Energy Future Coalition; National Science Foundation; Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory; Workshop on alpine research in the Northeast United States; South Korean Ministry of Environment; Stockholm University; Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Universidad Nacional de Colombia; University of Vermont; Western State College; World Wildlife Fund – Sweden

2012 8th annual Harvard Plant Biology Symposium (Plant Reproductive Biology: Genomics to Phenomics); Changchun Normal University (China); Northeast Normal University (China); Aarhus University (Denmark)

2013 University of Arizona; National Institute of Ecology (Korea); West Virginia University

2014 University of Texas (Austin); University of Toronto; Ecological Society of Japan (Special Guest); Wuhan Botanic Garden; International Bamboo and Rattan Center; Peking University; Changchun Normal University; Chinese Academy of Forestry.

2015 University of California, Berkeley; Plenary talk at the Mexican Ecological Society; New Mexico Native Plant Society; Two invited symposium talks and a plenary talk at the European Ecological Federation meeting (Rome)

2016 Keynote speech, conference on Stressors and Drivers of Food Security: Evidence from Scientific Collections (Beltsville, MD). Plenary talk, Guild of Rocky Mountain Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists (Rocky Mtn. Biological Lab); Webinar presentation for Bee City USA.



  1. Contributed talks, etc.

1978 4th International Symposium on Pollination

1979 Ecological Society of America; Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists; Society for the Study of Evolution; Symposium, Population biology of monocarpic perennials, Botanical Society of America

1980 Society of America Eastern Branch, Entomological Society of America; Ecological Society of America; Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists; Symposium, Pollination behavior and biology, Eastern Branch, Entomological Society of America; Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists

1990 Southwestern Area Regional Meeting, AAAS

1981 Symposium, Plant population biology: A modern synthesis, XIII International Botanical Congress; Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists

1982 Symposium, Long-lived perennial herbs - population dynamics and species interactions, Ecological Society of America; Botanical Society of America; Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists

1983 Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists

1984 Society for the Study of Evolution; Society of American Naturalists; Ecological Society of America

1985 Population Biologists of New England

1987 Ecological Society of America and Botanical Society of America; Symposium, Ant/Plant Interactions, Association for Tropical Biology

1988 Ecological Society of America; Botanical Society of America; Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists

1989 Ecological Society of America; Botanical Symposium, Global patterns of ant-plant mutualism and the influencing ecological factors, XI International Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects (co-author with Dr. O. R. Taylor)

1991 Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists; Ecological Society of America

1993 Society of America; Botanical Society of America

1995 Ecological Society of America


  1. Ecological Society of America (2 talks)

1999 First Colombian Congress of Botany, Bogota (invited roundtable presentation)

Society for Conservation Biology; Ecological Society of America (co-organizer of symposium: Conflicts, cooperation, and costs: disruption and control of diverse mutualisms)



  1. AAAS symposium (Ecosystem Services: A Free Lunch?); Joint meeting of the British Ecological Society and the Ecological Society of America; Society for Conservation Biology; Ecological Society of America (author or co-author of 6 presentations); Guild of Rocky Mountain Population Biologists (invited speaker); Clone~2000, Current progress & developments in clonal plant research; ”Progress in phenology – Monitoring, data analysis, and global change impacts”; Wildlife Habitat Council (keynote speaker at annual meeting); Globalization and Ecological Security (conference at the Woodrow Wilson Center)

  2. Invited participant in workshop of the Committee on the Science and Policy Implications of Abrupt Climate Change of the National Research Council. Wildlife Society symposium, Research and Management Concerns for Alpine Ecosystems: conflicts, connectivity, and climate change

  3. Ecological Society of America (2 posters); Society of Environmental Journalists (poster)

  4. European Phenology Network meeting “Changing Time”, Wageningen; Ecological Society of America, invited speaker for proposed symposium (Importance of the abiotic environment for the ecology and evolution of flowers)

Ecological Society of America (3 presentations)

Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, symposium session chair and organizer (Integrating research across temporal scales)

Invited presentation at symposium: Diversity of Reproductive Systems in Plants: Ecology, Evolution and Conservation. Society for the Study of Species Biology, Sapporo, Japan. 


  1. Ecological Society of America (3 presentations); American Geophysical Union

  2. Ecological Society of America; Open Science Conference on Global Change in Mountain Regions (Perth, Scotland)

Symposium speaker, Janet Meakin Poor Symposium, Chicago Botanic Garden

Symposium speaker, Bioscience Research & Technology Review Day, Univ. of Maryland

Energy Modeling Forum (Stanford University) Workshop on Climate Change Impacts and Integrated Assessment: Critical Issues in Climate Change. (Snowmass, Colorado)


  1. Ecological Society of America; Mtn. Clim. 2006

  2. Ecological Society of America; North American Pollinator Protection Campaign

  3. National Tribal Environmental Council; Consortium for Integrated Climate Research in Western Mountains: MtnClim 2008. Silverton, CO; Ecological Society of America

  4. Ecological Society of America

  5. British Ecological Society; invited workshop presentation: "Ecosystem-level effects of climate change induced phenological shifts", Durham University, Durham, UK; Pollination biology proposal writing workshop, Nairobi, Kenya.

  6. Ecological Society of America

  7. American Geophysical Union; Botanical Society of America; Ecological Society of America; MtnClim 2012; North American Ornithological Congress; Phenology 2012

2013 Ecological Society of America; Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland (GfÖ)

2014 Ecological Society of America; MtnClim 2014; Plenary lecture at the International Symposium on Weather and Climate Extremes, Food Security and Biodiversity, sponsored by the WMO and FAO, at George Mason University; Joint 2014 Annual Meeting, British Ecological Society and Société Française d’Ecologie.

2015 Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of Mexico; Ecological Society of America; Third International Conference on Phenology (Turkey).

2016 Ecological Society of America; Colorado Native Plant Society; Guild of Rocky Mountain Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists


2017 FAO-IPCC Expert Meeting on Climate Change, Land Use and Food Security - FAO Rome (invited speaker); Plenary speaker, International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture and Bioeconomy, Bangkok


  1. Published abstracts

Inouye, D. W. and O. R. Taylor. 1975. A mutualistic ant-plant relationship from a high altitude temperate region. American Zoologist 15:784.
Inouye, D. W. 1977. Resource partitioning in bumblebees. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 85:253-254.
Inouye, D. W. 1979. Patterns of corolla tube length of bumblebee flowers from two continents. Proc. 4th International Symposium on Pollination. Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station Special Miscellaneous Publications 1:461-463.
Inouye, D. W. and O. R. Taylor. 1979. The demography of Frasera speciosa (Gentianaceae). Botanical Society of America Miscellaneous Series Publication #157:27.
Inouye, D. W. and O. R. Taylor. 1979. Annual variation in flower production and predation on Helianthella quinquenervis, a temperate region ant-plant. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 60: 116-117.
Inouye, D. W. 1980. Mutualistic relationships between thistles and ants in Austria. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 61:112.
Inouye, D. W. 1981. The population biology of high elevation temperate region plants. Abstract from the XIII International Botanical Congress.

Inouye, D. W. 1981. Responses of honeybees to amino acid solutions mimicking nectars. Abstract from the XIII International Botanical Congress, p. 97.

Inouye, D. W. 1982. Flowering phenology of Rocky Mt. wildflowers: temporal and quantitative variation in flowering over a 10 year period. Botanical Society of America Miscellaneous Series Publication No. 162:37, and Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 63(2):106.
Inouye, D. W. and Taylor, O. R. 1982. More puzzles in the story of Frasera speciosa (Gentianaceae), or, the more you study the less you know. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 63(2):184-185.
Inouye, D. W. 1984. Variation among sites and years in the population biology of Ipomopsis aggregata. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 65(2):145.
Inouye, D. W. 1987. The relative contributions of different components of flowering phenology to overall variation in flowering. American Journal of Botany 74(5):652.
Inouye, D. W. and S. A. Sommer. 1987. Flies as pollen eaters and pollinators of Rocky Mountain wildflowers. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 68(3):330.
Inouye, D. W. 1988. Variation among years in growth of Erythronium grandiflorum (Liliaceae) leaves. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 69:177.
Inouye, D. W. and L. Yang. 1988. Changes in spatial patterning of Frasera speciosa (Gentianaceae) during a 9-year study. American Journal of Botany 75 (supplement):75-76.
Inouye, D. W. 1989. Environmental control of variation in flowering by two Delphinium species in montane Colorado. American Journal of Botany 76 (supplement):108-109.

Inouye, D. W. 1989. Flight temperatures of blood- and nectar-feeding flies in montane Australia. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 70:151.

Inouye, D. W. and A. D. McGuire. 1990. Environmental control of the timing and abundance of flowering of Delphinium nelsonii (Ranunculaceae) in subalpine meadows of Colorado. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 71(2):197-198.
Inouye, D. W. 1991. Quantitative variation in flowering by Delphinium barbeyi (Ranunculaceae): environmental determinants and consequences for flower visitors. American Journal of Botany 78(6 supplement):57-58.
Inouye, D. W., and C. A. Kearns. 1993. Variation in dipteran pollinator populations: monitoring by malaise traps vs. direct observations. Pp. 264-265 in: G. K. Veeresh, R. U. Shaanker and K. N. Ganeshaiah, eds. Pollination in Tropics. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Pollination in Tropics. Bangalore, India.
Primack, R. B., and D. W. Inouye. 1993. Factors affecting pollinator visitation rates: a biogeographic comparison. P. 124 in: G. K. Veeresh, R. U. Shaanker and K. N. Ganeshaiah, eds. Pollination in Tropics. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Pollination in Tropics. Bangalore, India.
Inouye, D. W. 1994. Life history variation in Frasera speciosa (Gentianaceae): Is longer and bigger better? Supplement to Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 75(2):103-104.
Inouye, David W., D. E. Gill, M. R. Dudash, and C. B. Fenster. 1994. A lexicon for pollination biology. American Journal of Botany 81(6 supplement):57.
Inouye, D. W. 1995. Long-term studies of flower abundance and floral diversity: How long is long enough? Supplement to Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 76(2):128.

Lee, W. and D. W. Inouye. 1997. Temporal and quantitative variation in a long-term study of flowering by Androsace septentrionalis L. (Primulaceae). Supplement to Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78(4):129.

Inouye, D. W. 1997. The history of ecological software. Supplement to Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78(4):115.
Vail, S. G., and D. W. Inouye. 1998. The role of foliage growth in compensatory responses of Ipomopsis aggregata to simulated herbivory: models and experiments. Abstracts of the 83rd Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America: 224.
Inouye, D. W., Indra Candanedo-Diaz, Trudi D’Ambrosio, Carrie Meek, Mariana Panuncio, and Wendy Walsh. 1999. Does the United States meet its CITES treat obligations in the trade of ginseng? Abstracts of the 13th Annual Meeting, Society for Conservation Biology.
Inouye, D. W. 1999. The effects of winter snowpack and frost on timing and abundance of flowering by Erigeron speciosus, a long-lived perennial from the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Abstracts of the 84th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Inouye, D. W. 1999. El presente y futuro de la biología de la polinización, y el nuevo papel de la biología de la conservación en estudios de polinización. Proceedings of the First Colombian Congress of Botany - published on CD.
Inouye, D. W. 2000. The consequences of climate change for high-altitude hibernating and migratory species. Joint meeting of the British Ecological Society and the Ecological Society of America, Orlando, FL.
Inouye, D. W., and B. Barr. 2000. Implications of climate change for hibernators at high altitude and for altitudinal migrants. Abstracts of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for Conservation Biology.

Inouye, D. W. 2000. The effects of late spring frosts on the diversity and abundance of flowering in sub-alpine meadows. Abstracts of the 85th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.

Boggs, C. L., and D. W. Inouye. 2000. Weather-driven resource availability controls butterfly population dynamics. Abstracts of the 85th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Morales, M., and D. W. Inouye. 2000. The influence of snowpack on the timing and abundance of flowering in Delphinium barbeyi. Abstracts of the 85th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Saavedra, F., and D. W. Inouye. 2000. Reproductive response of Delphinium nelsonii (Ranunculaceae) to a subalpine climate warming experiment. Abstracts of the 85th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Armitage, K. B., and D. W. Inouye. 2000. Implications of changes in hibernation behavior by three high-altitude mammal species and correlations with climate change. Abstracts of the 85th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Leigh, M. and D. W. Inouye. 2000. Highly skewed sex ratios of tephritid flies reared from two high-altitude Erigeron (Asteraceae) species: why do female flies predominate? Abstracts of the 85th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Inouye, D. W. 2000. The growth and reproduction of ramets of Veratrum californicum (Liliaceae), a common long-lived clonal plant from the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Abstracts of Clone~2000. Current Progress & Developments in Clonal Plant Research. Held 20-25 August in Obergurgl, Austria.

Inouye, D. W. 2000. Loss of synchrony between high- and low-altitude flowering phenology due to climate change. And, The phenological consequences of climate change for high- altitude hibernating and migratory species. Presentation and poster at ”Progress in Phenology – Monitoring, Data Analysis, and Global Change Impacts”. Held 4-6 October in Freising, Germany (Technisches Universität München).

Inouye, D. W., and B. Barr. 2001. Climate change effects on phenology of Rocky Mountain plants and animals. (Invited symposium talk) Abstracts of the 8th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society: 168.
Inouye, D. W., and G. Dodge. 2002. Spring snowpack depth and summer temperature affect flowering phenology and abundance in Mertensia ciliata (Boraginaceae). Ecological Society of America.

Smith, B. R., M. A. Morales, M. C. Gardener and D. W. Inouye. 2002. Effects of top-down and bottom-up forces in an ant-plant mutualism. Ecological Society of America.


Inouye D. W. 2003. Abrupt climate change at high altitudes in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. And, Abrupt climate change affects flowering phenology and abundance of Mertensia ciliata (Boraginaceae) in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Presentation and poster at “Changing Times – meeting of the European Phenology Network”. 31 March – 2 April in Wageningen, Holland.
Inouye, D. W. 2003. Modification of plant-pollinator interactions through consequences of global and regional climate changes. Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Savannah, GA.
Dodge, G., D. Inouye and S. Louda. 2003. Non-target effects of biocontrol releases on native Colorado thistle species. Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Savannah, GA.
Lambrecht, S., M. Loik, D. Inouye and J. Harte. 2003. How are the rates and resource costs of plant reproduction affected by global warming. Poster at the Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Savannah, GA.

Inouye, D. 2004. Long-term variation and the role of abrupt climate change in the phenology and abundance of flowering by Mertensia fusiformis (bluebells; Polemoniaceae). Poster at the Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Portland, OR.

Dodge, G., S. Louda and D. Inouye. 2004. Colonization and herbivory of native flora by introduced biocontrol agents. Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Portland, OR.
Leigh, M., and D. Inouye. 2004. The ‘long arm’ of protective mutualism. Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Portland, OR.
Inouye, D. W. 2005. Phenology and abundance of flowering in two early-season high-altitude Brassicaceae, Thlaspi montanum and Draba aurea, are influenced by environmental variables and climate change. Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Montreal, Quebec.
Inouye, D. W. 2005. Consequences of abrupt climate change for hibernating animals and perennial wildflowers at high altitude. Open Science Conference on Global Change in Mountain Regions, Perth, Scotland.
Inouye, D. W. 2006. Ecological and evolutionary importance of plant reproductive responses to climate change. Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, Memphis, TN.
Inouye, D. W. 2006. Demographic consequences of climate change for a montane sunflower (Helianthella quinquenervis): Frost effects on population size and size structure. Consortium for Integrated Climate Research in Western Mountains. MtnClim 2006. Mount Hood, OR.
Wiley, Aleta, Mauricio Bedoya, Max Christian, Raquel Flores, David Inouye, Jean Jourdain, and Marco Rojas. 2007. Allocating carbon credits to increase development and to support renewable energy. Presentation at Annual Meeting of the United States Society for Ecological Economics, Pace University, New York, NY. 25 June 2007.

Inouye, D. W., and B.Barr. 2007. Changes in dates of emergence from hibernation by chipmunks, ground squirrels, and marmots at high altitude in the Colorado Rocky Mountains: An effect of climate change? Ecological Society of America, annual meeting, San Jose, CA.

Che-Castaldo, J.P. and D.W. Inouye. 2007. Role of local adaptation in the colonization of heavy-metal contaminated soils by Thlaspi montanum montanum (Brassicaceae). Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting. San Jose, CA
Inouye, D. W. and B. Barr. 2008. Changes in dates of emergence from hibernation by chipmunks, ground squirrels, and marmots at high altitude in the Colorado Rocky Mountains: An effect of climate change? Consortium for Integrated Climate Research in Western Mountains. MtnClim 2008. Silverton, CO.
Miller-Rushing, A., D. W. Inouye, and R. B. Primack. 2008. How well do first flowering dates measure plant responses to climate change? Consortium for Integrated Climate Research in Western Mountains. MtnClim 2008. Silverton, CO.
Inouye, D. W. 2008. The consequences of phenology for demography, illustrated by long-term research in Colorado on Helianthella quinquenervis (aspen sunflower) at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting. Milwaukee, MN
Forrest, J., D. W. Inouye, and J. D. Thomson. 2008. Co-flowering patterns in subalpine meadows: Responses to interannual climate variation. Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting.
Che-Castaldo, J.P. and D.W. Inouye. 2008. Demography of a metal-hyperaccumulating plant on contaminated and non-contaminated sites. Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting.
Miller-Rushing, A. J., D. W. Inouye, and R. B. Primack. 2008. Community-level patterns of phenological change: Who is changing, who is not, why, and what it all means. Symposium presentation, Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting.

Inouye, D. W. 2009. The effects of climate change on the phenological interactions of plants and pollinators. Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting.

Wetherill, Karen R., D. W. Inouye, C. David Bertelsen, and Theresa M. Crimmins. 2009. Turnover and predictability of flower communities across two deserts and two mountains. Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting.
Che-Castaldo, J. P., and D. W. Inouye. 2009. Demography of a long-lived monocarpic plant (Frasera speciosa): How dataset length affects the accuracy of demographic parameter estimates. Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting.

Che-Castaldo, J.P., and D.W. Inouye. 2009. Competition between Thlaspi caerulescens and Thlaspi montanum: can phytoremediation threaten native plant populations? Brownfields Conference. New Orleans, LA

Che-Castaldo, J. P., and D. W. Inouye. 2010. Competition between a non-native metal-hyperaccumulating plant (Thlaspi caerulescens) and a native congener (Thlaspi montanum). Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting.

Inouye, D. W., and B. Barr. 2010. Differing changes in hibernation phenology of three small mammal species in response to climate change. British Ecological Society meeting, Leeds, UK


Inouye, D. W. 2010. Changes in migration and hibernation phenology, and growing season length at high altitudes. The Wildlife Society annual meeting.
Inouye, D. W. 2011. ESA Annual Meeting: Summer precipitation synchronizes mast flowering with a four-year lag in a long-lived monocarpic gentian.
McKinney, A. and D. W. Inouye. 2011. ESA Annual Meeting: Flowering decisions in Veratrum tenuipetalum : A clonal mast-flowering herb with monocarpic ramets.

Sloat, L. L., C. A. Lamanna, G. Aldridge, B. J. Enquist, A. N. Henderson, D. W. Inouye, M. J. Stansberry, K. D. Whitney, and I. Billick. 2011. ESA Annual Meeting: A comprehensive functional trait database for the plants of the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory.

Inouye, D. W. and A. M. McKinney. 2012. Long-term shifts in species' flowering periods in a sub-alpine plant community. Botanical Society of America.
McKinney, A., P. Caradonna, D. Inouye, W. Barr, C. D. Bertelsen, and N. Waser. 2012. Asynchronous changes in phenology of migrating Broad-tailed Hummingbirds and their early-season nectar resources. Botanical Society of America.
Gezon, Z. J., D. W. Inouye, R. E. Irwin. 2012. ESA Annual Meeting: The effects of altered phenology on plant-pollinator interactions and plant reproduction.
Inouye, D.W., A. M. McKinney, A. J. Miller-Rushing, and L. A. Burkle. 2012. ESA Annual Meeting: Divergent phenological responses to climate cues in a 20-year record of syrphid flies and flowers.
Petry, W. K., A. M. McKinney, D. W. Inouye, K. A. Mooney, and J. D. Soule. 2012. ESA Annual Meeting: Warming up to changing trait frequencies: Rapid, climate change-induced shifts in population sex ratios along an elevation gradient.
McKinney, A. M., and D. W. Inouye. 2012. ESA Annual Meeting: Long-term shifts in species' flowering periods in a sub-alpine plant community.
Inouye, D. W., A. M. McKinney, P. CaraDonna, C. D. Bertelson, b. barr, and N. Waser. 2012. North American Ornithological Congress: Asynchronous changes in phenology of migrating Broad-tailed Hummingbirds and their early-season nectar resources
Inouye, D. W., and A. M. McKinney. Phenology 2012: Long-term flowering phenology shifts in a sub-alpine plant community.

McKinney, A. M. and D. W. Inouye. 2012. AGU Annual Meeting: Phenology of species interactions in response to climate change: long-term shifts in plants and their pollinators.

Inouye, D. W., and A. M. McKinney. 2012. AGU Annual Meeting: Phenological and ecological consequences of changes in winter snowpack. Invited paper in session “When Winter Changes”.

Inouye, D. W. 2013. ESA Annual Meeting. The importance of place in the development of ecological ideas (invited for an Organized Oral Session).
Weiss, J. S., and D. W. Inouye 2013. ESA Annual Meeting. The value of ECOLOG-L and how it has brought people from far and wide to one intellectual place (invited for an Organized Oral Session).
CaraDonna, P. J., A. M. Iler, and D. W. Inouye. 2013. ESA Annual Meeting. Species-specific shifts in flowering phenology influence community-level patterns: implications for plant-pollinator interactions.
Inouye, D. W., and A. M. Iler. 2013. Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland (GfÖ), Potsdam, 9-13 September. Phenological and ecological consequences of changes in winter snowpack.
Inouye, D. W., A. M. Iler, A. Miller-Rushing, L. A. Burkle, and E. B. Johnston. 2013. Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland (GfÖ), Potsdam, 9-13 September. Poster: Increasing temporal synchrony between syrphid flies and their floral resources despite differential phenological responses to climate change.



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