Appendix 2. Complete list of 431 articles retained from systematic literature search and review
in Chapter 1: An expanded scope of biodiversity in urban agriculture, with implications for
Abd El-Ghani, Monier, Reinhard Bornkamm, Nadia El-Sawaf, and Hamdiya Turky. “Plant
Species Distribution and Spatial Habitat Heterogeneity in the Landscape of Urbanizing Desert
Ecosystems in Egypt.” Urban Ecosystems 14, no. 4 (2011): 585–616. https://doi.org/10/bc2twp.
Abu Baker, Mohammad A., Sara E. Emerson, and Joel S. Brown. “Foraging and Habitat Use of
Eastern Cottontails (Sylvilagus Floridanus) in an Urban Landscape.” Urban Ecosystems 18
(2015): 977–987. https://doi.org/10/f7pc7z.
Acar, Cengiz, Habibe Acar, and Engin Eroğlu. “Evaluation of Ornamental Plant Resources to
Urban Biodiversity and Cultural Changing: A Case Study of Residential Landscapes in Trabzon
City (Turkey).” Building and Environment 42, no. 1 (2007): 218–29. https://doi.org/10/brp9nn.
Adams, Amy L., Katharine J. M. Dickinson, Bruce C. Robertson, and Yolanda van Heezik.
“Predicting Summer Site Occupancy for an Invasive Species, the Common Brushtail Possum
(Trichosurus Vulpecula), in an Urban Environment.” PLOS ONE 8, no. 3 (2013): e58422.
Ahrne, Karin, Jan Bengtsson, and Thomas Elmqvist. “Bumble bees (Bombus spp) along a
gradient of increasing urbanization.” PLOS ONE 4 (2009): 1–9. https://doi.org/10/dzfc6x.
Albuquerque, Fabio Suzart, Marelen Campos Peso-Aguiar, and Maria Jose Teixeira Assuncao-
Albuquerque. “Distribution, feeding behavior and control strategies of the exotic land snail
Achatina fulica (Gastropoda Pulmonata) in the northeast of Brazil.” Brazilian Journal of Biology
68 (2008): 837–42. https://doi.org/10/dq3td4.
Al-Kofahi, Salman D., Anne A. Gharaibeh, Emad Y. Bsoul, Yahia A. Othman, and Rolston St.
Hilaire. “Investigating Domestic Gardens’ Densities, Spatial Distribution and Types among City
Districts.” Urban Ecosystems 22, no. 3 (2019): 567–81. https://doi.org/10/gf42mt.
Ashley, Lisa C., Richard E. Major, and Charlotte E. Taylor. “Does the presence of grevilleas and
eucalypts in urban gardens influence the distribution and foraging ecology of Noisy Miners?”
Emu 109 (2009): 135–42. https://doi.org/10/fqbmsd.
Avila, Julia Vieira da Cunha, Anderson Santos de Mello, Mariane Elis Beretta, Rafael Trevisan,
Pedro Fiaschi, and Natalia Hanazaki. “Agrobiodiversity and in situ conservation in quilombola
home gardens with different intensities of urbanization.” Acta Botanica Brasilica 31 (2017): 1–
Baker, Philip J., Rachel J. Ansell, Phillippa A. A. Dodds, Claire E. Webber, and Stephen Harris.
“Factors affecting the distribution of small mammals in an urban area.” Mammal Review 33
(2003): 100–195. https://doi.org/10/dns8vk.
Baker, Philip J., Rebecca L. Thomas, Stuart E. Newson, Victoria Thompson, and Nick R. D.
Paling. “Habitat associations and breeding bird community composition within the city of
Bristol, UK.” Bird Study 57 (2010): 183–96. https://doi.org/10/fqf9mg.
Baldock, Katherine C. R., Mark A. Goddard, Damien M. Hicks, William E. Kunin, Nadine
Mitschunas, Helen Morse, Lynne M. Osgathorpe, et al. “A systems approach reveals urban
pollinator hotspots and conservation opportunities.” Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (2019): 363–
Baldock, Katherine C. R., Mark A. Goddard, Damien M. Hicks, William E. Kunin, Nadine
Mitschunas, Lynne M. Osgathorpe, Simon G. Potts, et al. “Where is the UK’s pollinator
biodiversity? The importance of urban areas for flower-visiting insects.” Proceedings of the
Royal Society B 282 (2015): 1–10. https://doi.org/10/gf42h6.
Ballare, Kimberly M., John L. Neff, Rebecca Ruppel, and Shalene Jha. “Multi-scalar drivers of
biodiversity: Local management mediates wild bee community response to regional
urbanization.” Ecological Applications 29 (2019): 1–15. https://doi.org/10/gf4z8d.
Banaszak-Cibicka, Weronika, Halina Ratynska, and LŁukasz Dylewski. “Features of urban
green space favourable for large and diverse bee populations (Hymenoptera Apoidea
Apiformes).” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 20 (2016): 448–52. https://doi.org/10/f9p22n.
Banaszak-Cibicka, Weronika, and Michał Żimihorski. “Wild bees along an urban gradient
winners and losers.” Journal of Insect Conservation 16 (2012): 331–43. https://doi.org/10/bfsrc7.
Baptista, Darcilio F., and Pedro Jurberg. “Factors conditioning the habitat and the density of
Biomphalaria tenagophila (Orbigny, 1835) in an isolated schistosomiasis focus in Rio de Janeiro
city.” Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 88 (1993): 457–64. https://doi.org/10/cs5s57.
Barau, Aliyu S. “Perceptions and contributions of households towards sustainable urban green
infrastructure in Malaysia.” Habitat International 47 (2015): 285–97. https://doi.org/10/gf42b8.
Barau, Aliyu Salisu, A. N. M. Ludin, and Ismail Said. “Socio-ecological systems and
biodiversity conservation in African city Insights from Kano Emir’s Palace gardens.” Urban
Ecosystems 16 (2013): 783–800. https://doi.org/10/f5kkwt.
Barratt, Barbara I. P., Katherine J. M. Dickinson, Claire Freeman, Stephan Porter, Peter D.
Johnstone, Janine Wing, and Yolanda van Heezik. “Biodiversity of Coleoptera and other
invertebrates in urban gardens: a case study in a New Zealand city.” Insect Conservation and
Diversity 8 (2015): 428–37. https://doi.org/10/f7qjvm.
Barrico, Lurdes, Anabela M. Azul, Maria C. Morais, António P. Coutinho, Helena Freitas, and
Paula Castro. “Biodiversity in urban ecosystems: Plants and macromycetes as indicators for
conservation planning in the city of Coimbra (Portugal).” Landscape and Urban Planning 106
(2012): 102–88. https://doi.org/10/f3zb5x.
Bartoniĉka, Tomáŝ, and Jan Zukal. “Flight activity and habitat use of four bat species in a small
town revealed by bat detectors.” Folia Zoologica 52 (2003): 155–66.
Bates, Adam J., Jon P. Sadler, and Rae Mackay. “Vegetation development over four years on
two green roofs in the UK.” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 12 (2013): 108–98.
Beaudoin, Alwynne B., and Yves Beaudoin. “Urban White-tailed Jackrabbits (Lepus townsendii)
eat spike plants (Cordyline australis) in winter.” Canadian Field-Naturalist 126 (2012): 157–59.
preferences: Urban residential landscapes in Bartin (Turkey).” Fresenius Environmental Bulletin
21 (2012): 1626–34.
Belaire, J. Amy, Lynne M. Westphal, and Emily S. Minor. “Different social drivers, including
perceptions of urban wildlife, explain the ecological resources in residential landscapes.”
Landscape Ecology 31 (2016): 401–13. https://doi.org/10/f8ftt7.
Belaire, J. Amy, Christopher J. Whelan, and Emily S. Minor. “Having our yards and sharing
them too the collective effects of yards on native bird species in an urban landscape.” Ecological
Applications 24 (2014): 2132–43. https://doi.org/10/f6r5d5.
Belcher, Richard N., Keren R. Sadanandan, Emmanuel R Goh, Jie Yi Chan, Sacha Menz, and
Thomas Schroepfer. “Vegetation on and around large-scale buildings positively influences native
tropical bird abundance and bird species richness.” Urban Ecosystems 22 (2019): 213–25.
Bell, Christopher P., Sam W. Baker, Nigel G. Parkes, M. De L. Brooke, and Dan E.
Chamberlain. “The role of the eurasian sparrowhawk (Accipiter nisus) in the decline of the
House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) in Britain.” The Auk 127 (2010): 411–20.
Bennet, Della G., Dave Kelly, and John Clemens. “Food plants and foraging distances for the
native bee Lasioglossum sordidum in Christchurch Botanic Gardens.” New Zealand Journal of
Ecology 42 (2018): 40–47. https://doi.org/10/gf42g5.
Bennett, Ashley B., and Claudio Gratton. “Local and landscape scale variables impact parasitoid
assemblages across an urbanization gradient.” Landscape and Urban Planning 104 (2012): 26–
Benvenuti, Stefano, Vanessa Malandrin, and Alberto Pardossi. “Germination ecology of wild
living walls for sustainable vertical garden in urban environment.” Scientia Horticulturae 203
(2016): 185–91. https://doi.org/10/f8j3vz.
Bergerot, Benjamin, Benoit Fontaine, Mathilde Renard, Antoine Cadi, and Romain Julliard.
“Preferences for exotic flowers do not promote urban life in butterflies.” Landscape and Urban
Planning 96 (2010): 107–98. https://doi.org/10/dkzkzq.
Bernholt, Hannah, Katja Kehlenbeck, Jens Gebauer, and Andreas Buerkert. “Plant species
richness and diversity in urban and peri-urban gardens of Niamey, Niger.” Agroforestry Systems
77 (2009): 159–79. https://doi.org/10/dtjzvh.
Bertoncini, Alzira Politi, Nathalie Machon, Sandrine Pavoine, and Audrey Muratet. “Local
gardening practices shape urban lawn floristic communities.” Landscape and Urban Planning
105 (2012): 53–61. https://doi.org/10/fzwc86.
Beumer, Carijn. “Show me your garden and I will tell you how sustainable you are: Dutch
citizens’ perspectives on conserving biodiversity and promoting a sustainable urban living
environment through domestic gardening.” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 30 (2018): 260–
Beumer, Carijn, and Pim Martens. “BIMBY’s first steps a pilot study on the contribution of
residential front-yards in Phoenix and Maastricht to biodiversity, ecosystem services and urban
sustainability.” Urban Ecosystems 19 (2016): 45–76. https://doi.org/10/f8f3fd.
———. “Biodiversity in my (back)yard towards a framework for citizen engagement in
exploring biodiversity and ecosystem services in residential gardens.” Sustainability Science 10
(2015): 100–187. https://doi.org/10/f6tjjv.
Bigirimana, Joseph, Jan Bogaert, Charles De Canniere, Marie-José Bigendako, and Ingrid
Parmentier. “Domestic garden plant diversity in Bujumbura, Burundi: Role of the socio-
economical status of the neighborhood and alien species invasion risk.” Landscape and Urban
Planning 107 (2012): 118–26. https://doi.org/10/f37zcs.
Bland, Richard L., John Tully, and Jeremy J.D. Greenwood. “Birds breeding in British gardens
an underestimated population?” Bird Study 51 (2004): 106–97. https://doi.org/10/dthq7r.
Blubaugh, Carmen K., Victoria A. Caceres, Ian Kaplan, Jonathan Larson, Clifford S. Sadof, and
Douglas S. Richmond. “Ground Beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Phenology, Diversity, and
Response to Weed Cover in a Turfgrass Ecosystem.” Environmental Entomology 40, no. 5
(2011): 1093–1101. https://doi.org/10/d6x66k.
Borowske, Alyssa, Dai K. J. Morgan, and Joseph R. Waas. “Do heterospecific size and
demeanour influence visitation behaviour of birds at urban foraging patches?” Journal of
Ethology 30 (2012): 75–82. https://doi.org/10/dq2mjz.
Borysiak, Janina, Andrzej Mizgajski, and Andrew Speak. “Floral biodiversity of allotment
gardens and its contribution to urban green infrastructure.” Urban Ecosystems 20 (2017): 323–
Botelho, Juliana de Mello, A. P. do N. Lamano-Ferreira, and Mauricio L. Ferreire. “Cultivation
and use of domestic plants in different Brazilian cities.” Ciencia Rural 44 (2014): 1810–15.
Botias, Cristina, Arthur David, Elizabeth M. Hill, and Dave Goulson. “Quantifying exposure of
wild bumblebees to mixtures of agrochemicals in agricultural and urban landscapes.”
Environmental Pollution 222 (2017): 73–82. https://doi.org/10/f9x6z8.
Bożek, Małgorzata, Monika Strzałkowska-Abramek, and Bożena Denisow. “Nectar and pollen
production and insect visitation on ornamentals from the genus Hosta Tratt. (Asparagaceae).”
Journal of Apicultural Science 59 (2015): 115–25. https://doi.org/10/gf42c9.
Burkman, Caitlin E., and Mary M. Gardiner. “Spider assemblages within greenspaces of a
deindustrialized urban landscape.” Urban Ecosystems 18 (2015): 793–818.
Burks, Julia M., and Stacy M. Philpott. “Local and landscape drivers of parasitoid abundance,
richness, and composition in urban gardens.” Environmental Entomology 46 (2017): 201–9.
Butler, Colleen, and Colin M. Orians. “Sedum cools soil and can improve neighboring plant
performance during water deficit on a green roof.” Ecological Engineering 37 (2011): 1796–
Caballero-Serrano, Veronica, Miren Onaindia, Josu G. Alday, David Caballero, Juan Carlos
Carrasco, Brian McLaren, and Javier Amigo. “Plant diversity and ecosystem services in
Amazonian homegardens of Ecuador.” Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 225 (2016): 116–
Cabral, Ines, Jessica Keim, Rolf Engelmann, Roland Kraemer, Julia Siebert, and Aletta Bonn.
“Ecosystem services of allotment and community gardens A Leipzig, Germany case study.”
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 23 (2017): 44–53. https://doi.org/10/gf42nc.
Calvino-Cancela, Maria. “Time-activity budgets and behaviour of the Amazilia hummingbird,
Amazilia amazilia (Apodiformes Trochilidae) in an urban environment.” Revista de Biología
Tropical 54 (2006): 873–78. https://doi.org/10/gf42jp.
Cammack, Paul J., Ian Convery, and Heather Prince. “Gardens and birdwatching recreation,
environmental management and human-nature interaction in an everyday location.” Area 43
(2011): 314–19. https://doi.org/10/b935d6.
Cane, James H. “Landscaping pebbles attract nesting by the native ground-nesting bee Halictus
rubicundus (Hymenoptera Halictidae).” Apidologie 46 (2015): 728–34. https://doi.org/10/f7znk8.
Cannon, Andrew R., Dan E. Chamberlain, Mike P. Toms, Ben J. Hatchwell, and Kevin J.
Gaston. “Trends in the use of private gardens by wild birds in Great Britain 1995-2002.” Journal
of Applied Ecology 42 (2005): 659–71. https://doi.org/10/ccr2ff.
Castro, Andy, Maite Lascurain-Rangel, Jorge A. Gomez-Diaz, and Victoria Sosa. “Mayan
homegardens in decline: The case of the Pitahaya (Hylocereus undatus), a vine cactus with
edible fruit.” Tropical Conservation Science 11 (2018): 1–10. https://doi.org/10/gf42k5.
Cerra, Joshua F., and Rhiannon Crain. “Urban birds and planting design strategies for
incorporating ecological goals into residential landscapes.” Urban Ecosystems 19 (2016): 1823–
Chamberlain, Dan E., Andrew R. Cannon, and Mike P. Toms. “Associations of garden birds with
gradients in garden habitat and local habitat.” Ecography 27 (2004): 589–600.
Chamberlain, Dan E., S. J. Gough, Huw Vaughan, Juliet A. Vickery, and Graham F. Appleton.
“Determinants of bird species richness in public green spaces.” Bird Study 54 (2007): 87–97.
Chamberlain, Dan E., Mike P. Toms, Rosie Cleary-McHarg, and Alex N. Banks. “House
sparrow (Passer domesticus) habitat use in urbanized landscapes.” Journal of Ornithology 148
(2007a): 453–62. https://doi.org/10/dnsw5t.
Chauhan, Mohan Singh, Anjum Farooqui, and Anjali Trivedi. “Plants foraged by bees for honey
production in northern India: The diverse flora of India and its implications for apiculture.” Acta
palaeobotanica 57 (2017): 119–32. https://doi.org/10/gf4z4x.
Chen, Yu-Chi, Lian Pei, and Yan-Chyuan Shiau. “Application of coastal vegetation to green
roofs of residential buildings in Taiwan.” Artificial Life and Robotics 20 (2015): 86–91.
Chibesa, Moses, Barry Taylor, Tharmalingam Ramesh, and Colleen T. Downs. “Home range and
habitat use of Trumpeter Hornbills Bycanistes bucinator in an urban-forest mosaic, Eshowe,
South Africa.” Ostrich 88 (2017): 225–33. https://doi.org/10/gdcf6r.
Ciceoi, Roxana, Cătălin Gutue, Minodora Gutue, and Ioan Roşca. “Current status of pests
associated with urban vegetation in Bucharest area.” Acta Zoologica Bulgarica Supplement 9
Clark, David N., Darryl N. Jones, and S. James Reynolds. “Exploring the motivations for garden
bird feeding in south-east England.” Ecology and Society 24 (2019): 1–15.
Clark, Kyle H., and Kimberly A. Nicholas. “Introducing urban food forestry a multifunctional
approach to increase food security and provide ecosystem services.” Landscape Ecology 28
(2013): 1649–69. https://doi.org/10/f23j5x.
Clark, Todd E., and Michael J. Samways. “Sampling arthropod diversity for urban ecological
landscaping in a species-rich southern hemisphere botanic garden.” Journal of Insect
Conservation 1 (1997): 221–34. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1018472118513.
Clarke, Lorraine W., and G. Darrel Jenerette. “Biodiversity and direct ecosystem service
regulation in the community gardens of Los Angeles, CA.” Landscape Ecology 30 (2015): 637–
Clarke, Lorraine W., Liangtao Li, G. Darrel Jenerette, and Zhenrong Yu. “Drivers of plant
biodiversity and ecosystem service production in home gardens across the Beijing Municipality
of China.” Urban Ecosystems 17 (2014): 741–60. https://doi.org/10/f6f2zf.
Cleary, Gráinne P., Holly Parsons, Adrian Davis, Bill R. Coleman, Darryl N. Jones, Kelly K.
Miller, and Michael A. Weston. “Avian assemblages at bird baths: A comparison of urban and
rural bird baths in Australia.” PLOS ONE 11 (2016): 1–12. https://doi.org/10/gf42hz.
Clergeau, Philippe, and Alan Vergnes. “Bird feeders may sustain feral Rose-ringed parakeets
Psittacula krameri in temperate Europe.” Wildlife Biology 17 (2011): 248–52.
Clewley, Gary D., Kate E. Plummer, Robert A. Robinson, Clare H. Simm, and Mike P. Toms.
“The effect of artificial lighting on the arrival time of birds using garden feeding stations in
winter: A missed opportunity?” Urban Ecosystems 19 (2016): 535–46. https://doi.org/10/gf42mj.
Coetzee, Anina, Phoebe Barnard, and Anton Pauw. “Urban nectarivorous bird communities in
Cape Town, South Africa, are structured by ecological generalisation and resource distribution.”
Journal of Avian Biology 49 (2018): 1–11. https://doi.org/10/gdv75f.
Cohen, Hamutahl, Robyn D. Quistberg, and Stacy M. Philpott. “Vegetation management and
host density influence bee-parasite interactions in urban gardens.” Environmental Entomology 46
(2017): 1313–21. https://doi.org/10/gcrcp4.
Coldwell, Deborah F., and Karl L. Evans. “Contrasting effects of visiting urban green-space and
the countryside on biodiversity knowledge and conservation support.” PLOS ONE 12 (2017): 1–
Collas, Lydia, Rhys E. Green, Alexander Ross, Josie H. Wastell, and Andrew Balmford. “Urban
development, land sharing and land sparing the importance of considering restoration.” Journal
of Applied Ecology 54 (2017): 1865–73. https://doi.org/10/gf42dd.
Connolly, Creighton. “‘A place for everything’ Moral landscapes of ‘swiftlet farming’ in George
Town, Malaysia.” Geoforum 77 (2016): 182–91. https://doi.org/10/f9gq3q.
———. “‘Bird cages and boiling pots for potential diseases’ contested ecologies of urban
‘Swiftlet farming’ in George Town, Malaysia.” Journal of Political Ecology 24 (2017): 24–43.
Conover, Michael R., Kristin B. Hulvey, Megan L. Monroe, and Collin B. Fitzgerald.
“Susceptibility of spring‐flowering garden plants to herbivory by mule deer.” Wildlife Society
Bulletin 42 (2018): 131–35. https://doi.org/10/gf5pc4.
Contesse, Pascale, Daniel Hegglin, Sandra Gloor, Fabio Bontadina, and Peter Deplazes. “The
diet of urban foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and the availability of anthropogenic food in the city of
Zurich, Switzerland.” Mammalian Biology 69 (2004): 81–95. https://doi.org/10/df9pvh.
Coppola, Emanuela, Youssef Rouphael, Stefania De Pascale, Francesco D. Moccia, and Chiara
Cirillo. “Ameliorating a complex urban ecosystem through instrumental use of softscape buffers:
Proposal for a Green Infrastructure network in the metropolitan area of Naples.” Frontiers in
Plant Science 10 (2019): 1–11. https://doi.org/10/gf42bm.
Corlett, Jan L., Ellen A. Dean, and Louis E. Grivetti. “Hmong gardens: botanical diversity in an
urban setting.” Economic Botany 57 (2003): 365–79.
Cousins, Jamaica R., Diane Hope, Corinna Gries, and Jean C. Stutz. “Preliminary assessment of
arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity and community structure in an urban ecosystem.”
Mycorrhiza 13 (2003): 319–26. https://doi.org/10/fgkdnj.
Cox, Daniel T. C., and Kevin J. Gaston. “Likeability of garden birds: Importance of species
knowledge and richness in connecting people to nature.” PLOS ONE 10 (2015): 1–14.
———. “Urban bird feeding connecting people with nature.” PLOS ONE 11 (2016): 1–13.
Cox, Daniel T. C., Richard Inger, Steven Hancock, Karen Anderson, and Kevin J. Gaston.
“Movement of feeder-using songbirds the influence of urban features.” Scientific Reports 6
(2016): 1–9. https://doi.org/10/f9cs6t.
Cubino, Josep P., Jeannine Cavender-Bares, Sarah E. Hobbie, Sharon J. Hall, Tara L. E.
Trammell, Christopher Neill, Meghan L. Avolio, Lindsay E. Darling, and Peter M. Groffman.
“Contribution of non-native plants to the phylogenetic homogenization of US yard floras.”
Ecosphere 10 (2019b): 1–18. https://doi.org/10/gf4z8w.
Cubino, Josep P., Jeannine Cavender-Bares, Sarah E. Hobbie, Diane E. Pataki, Meghan L.
Avolio, Lindsay E. Darling, Kelli L. Larson, et al. “Drivers of plant species richness and
phylogenetic composition in urban yards at the continental scale.” Landscape Ecology 34
(2019a): 63–77. https://doi.org/10/gfxf4n.
Cubino, Josep P., Josep V. Subirós, and Carles B. Lozano. “Floristic and structural
differentiation between gardens of primary and secondary residences in the Costa Brava
(Catalonia, Spain).” Urban Ecosystems 19 (2016): 505–21. https://doi.org/10/f8gq5z.
———. “Propagule pressure from invasive plant species in gardens in low-density suburban
areas of the Costa Brava (Spain).” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14 (2015): 941–51.
da Rocha, Léo C., Maria J. Ferreira-Caliman, Carlos A. Garofalo, and Solange C. Augusto. “A
specialist in an urban area are cities suitable to harbour populations of the oligolectic bee Centris
(Melacentris) collaris (Apidae Centridini)?” Annales Zoologici Fennici 55 (2018): 135–49.
da Silva, Norma M., Carina da C. Fantinel, Vera L. S. Valente, and Victor H. Valiati.
“Population dynamics of the invasive species Zaprionus indianus (Gupta) (Diptera
Drosophilidae) in communities of drosophilids of Porto Alegre city, southern of Brazil.”
Neotropical Entomology 34 (2005): 363–74. https://doi.org/10/cwb5jp.
Daniels, Grant D., and Jamie B. Kirkpatrick. “Does variation in garden characteristics influence
the conservation of birds in suburbia?” Biological Conservation 133 (2006): 326–35.
Dasylva, Maurice, Ngor Ndour, Bienvenu Sambou, and Christophe T. Soulard. “Micro-farms
producing aromatic and medicinal plants a figure of the urban agriculture in Ziguinchor,
Senegal.” Cahiers Agricultures 27 (2018): 1–9. https://doi.org/10/gf4z7q.
Davies, Zoe G., Richard A. Fuller, Alison Loram, Katherine N. Irvine, Victoria Sims, and Kevin
J. Gaston. “A national scale inventory of resource provision for biodiversity within domestic
gardens.” Biological Conservation 142 (2009): 761–71. https://doi.org/10/drzfh7.
Davis, Amélie Y., Eric V. Lonsdorf, Cliff R. Shierk, Kevin C. Matteson, John R. Taylor, Sarah
T. Lovell, and Emily S. Minor. “Enhancing pollination supply in an urban ecosystem through
landscape modifications.” Landscape and Urban Planning 162 (2017): 157–66.
Davison, John, Maren Huck, Richard J. Delahay, and T. J. Roper. “Restricted ranging behaviour
in a high-density population of urban badgers.” Journal of Zoology 277 (2009): 45–53.
Dennis, Matthew, and Philip James. “Ecosystem services of collectively managed urban gardens:
Exploring factors affecting synergies and trade-offs at the site level.” Ecosystem Services 26
(2017): 17–26. https://doi.org/10/gckcsg.
———. “Site-specific factors in the production of local urban ecosystem services A case study
of community-managed green space.” Ecosystem Services 17 (2016): 208–16.
———. “User participation in urban green commons: Exploring the links between access,
voluntarism, biodiversity and well being.” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 15 (2016): 22–31.
Dewaelheyns, Valerie, Elke Rogge, and Hubert Gulinck. “Putting domestic gardens on the
agenda using empirical spatial data The case of Flanders.” Applied Geography 50 (2014): 132–
Di Mauro, Desiree, Thomas Dietz, and Larry Rockwood. “Determining the effect of urbanization
on generalist butterfly species diversity in butterfly gardens.” Urban Ecosystems 10 (2007): 427–
Dongus, Stefan, Dickson Nyika, Khadija Kannady, Deo Mtasiwa, Hassan Mshinda, Laura
Gosoniu, Axel W. Drescher, et al. “Urban agriculture and Anopheles habitats in Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania.” Geospatial Health 3 (2009): 189–210. https://doi.org/10/gf42bz.
Edmondson, Jill L., Zoe G. Davies, Kevin J. Gaston, and Jonathan R. Leake. “Urban cultivation
in allotments maintains soil qualities adversely affected by conventional agriculture.” Journal of
Applied Ecology 51 (2014): 880–89. https://doi.org/10/f6kmb5.
Egerer, Monika H., Peter Bichier, and Stacy M. Philpott. “Landscape and local habitat correlates
of lady beetle abundance and species richness in urban agriculture.” Annals of the Entomological
Society of America 110 (2017): 103–97. https://doi.org/10/f9v54r.
Egerer, Monika H., Kevin Li, and Theresa W. Y. Ong. “Context matters: Contrasting ladybird
beetle responses to urban environments across two US regions.” Sustainability 10 (2018b): 1–17.
Egerer, Monika H., Heidi Liere, Peter Bichier, and Stacy M. Philpott. “Cityscape quality and
resource manipulation affect natural enemy biodiversity in and fidelity to urban
agroecosystems.” Landscape Ecology 33 (2018): 985–98. https://doi.org/10/gdq3xp.
Egerer, Monika H., Heidi Liere, Brenda B. Lin, Shalene Jha, Peter Bichier, and Stacy M.
Philpott. “Herbivore regulation in urban agroecosystems: Direct and indirect effects.” Basic and
Applied Ecology 29 (2018): 44–54. https://doi.org/10/gdmqsm.
Egerer, Monika H., Brenda B. Lin, and Dave Kendal. “Temperature variability differs in urban
agroecosystems across two metropolitan regions.” Climate 7 (2019b): 1–18.
Egerer, Monika H., Brenda B. Lin, Caragh G. Threlfall, and Dave Kendal. “Temperature
variability influences urban garden plant richness and gardener water use behavior, but not
planting decisions.” Science of the Total Environment 646 (2019a): 111–20.
Egerer, Monika H., Alessandro Ossola, and Brenda B. Lin. “Creating socioecological novelty in
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