Valerie S Banschbach
Valerie S Banschbach
Professor and Chair of Environmental Studies, Roanoke College
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Complex colony structure in social insects: I. Ecological determinants and genetic consequences
VS Banschbach, JM Herbers
Evolution 50 (1), 285-297, 1996
Complex colony structure in social insects: II. Reproduction, queen‐worker conflict, and levels of selection
VS Banschbach, JM Herbers
Evolution 50 (1), 298-307, 1996
Risk-sensitive foraging in honey bees: no consensus among individuals and no effect of colony honey stores
VS Banschbach, KD Waddington
Animal Behaviour 47 (4), 933-941, 1994
Plasticity of social organization in a forest ant species
JM Herbers, VS Banschbach
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45 (6), 451-465, 1999
Nest temperatures and thermal preferences of a forest ant species: is seasonal polydomy a thermoregulatory mechanism?
VS Banschbach, N Levit, JM Herbers
Insectes Sociaux 44 (2), 109-122, 1997
Food supply and reproductive allocation in forest ants: repeated experiments give different results
JM Herbers, VS Banschbach
Oikos, 145-151, 1998
Nest Movements and Population Spatial Structure of the Forest Ant Myrmica punctiventris (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
VS Banschbach, JM Herbers
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 92 (3), 414-423, 1999
Colour association influences honey bee choice between sucrose concentrations
VS Banschbach
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 175 (1), 107-114, 1994
Tool use by the forest ant Aphaenogaster rudis: Ecology and task allocation
VS Banschbach, A Brunelle, KM Bartlett, JY Grivetti, RL Yeamans
Insectes sociaux 53 (4), 463-471, 2006
Size-dependent nest site choice by cavity-dwelling ants
JM Herbers, V Banschbach
Psyche 102 (1-2), 13-17, 1995
Animals in environmental education: Interdisciplinary approaches to curriculum and pedagogy
T Lloro-Bidart, VS Banschbach
Springer, 2019
Edge effects on community and social structure of northern temperate deciduous forest ants
VS Banschbach, R Yeamans, A Brunelle, A Gulka, M Holmes
Psyche 2012, 2012
The use of corn versus sugarcane to produce ethanol fuel: a fermentation experiment for environmental studies
VS Banschbach, R Letovsky
The american biology Teacher 72 (1), 31-36, 2010
Introduction to Animals in Environmental Education: Whither Interdisciplinarity?
T Lloro-Bidart, VS Banschbach
Animals in Environmental Education, 1-16, 2019
Long-term impacts of controlled burns on the ant community (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of a sandplain forest in Vermont
VS Banschbach, O Emily
Northeastern Naturalist 21 (1), NENHC-1-NENHC-12, 2014
Developing" Green" Business Plans: Using Entrepreneurship to Teach Science to Business Administration Majors and Business to Biology Majors.
R Letovsky, VS Banschbach
Journal of College Science Teaching 40 (6), 2011
Response to variance in nectar concentration by honey bees, Apis mellifera.
VS Banschbach
Long-term impacts of controlled burns on the ant community (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of a sandplain forest in Vermont
VS Banschbach, E Ogilvy
Northeastern Naturalist 21 (1), NENHC-1-NENHC-12, 0
Small liberal arts colleges foster success in STEM and Entomology
VS Banschbach
American Entomologist 62 (2), 108, 2016
Connecting Animal Cognition and Emotion with Ethical Reasoning in the Classroom
VS Banschbach, M Larson-Harris
Animals in Environmental Education, 197-214, 2019
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