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Adjunct Professors
 
Name:
David Ward Roubik
Education:
Ph.D
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Academic title:
Professor
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Mailing Address:
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Box 0843-03092 Balboa, Ancon Republic of Panama
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 Bee Biology, Pollination Ecology, Palynology, Entomology, Evolutionary Ecology

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 2004. D. W. Roubik and P. E. Hanson. Orchid bees of tropical America: biology and field guide. InBIO Press, Heredia, Costa Rica. 370 pp.

2004 (in press). D. W. Roubik, S. Sakai, A. Hamid (eds.) Pollination ecology and the rain forest: Sarawak studies. Springer-Verlag, Ecological Studies Series, New York.

Roubik, D. W. 2002. The value of bees to the coffee harvest. Nature 417:708.

Roubik, D. W. ed. 1995. Pollination of Cultivated Plants in the Tropics. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations. Agricultural Bulletin No. 118, Rome, Italy, 196 pp.

Gadagkar, R., Roubik, D. W., Inoue, T., and Ashton, P. S. eds.1993. Diversity and Flexibility of Biotic Communities in Fluctuating Environments. Indian Academy of Sciences (Journal of Biosciences, Special Issue) 130 pp.

Roubik, D. W., and Moreno, J. E. 1991. Pollen and Spores of Barro Colorado Island. Monographs in Systematic Botany, No. 36. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Missouri. 268. pp.

Sakagami, S. F., Ohgushi R., and Roubik. D. W. eds. 1990. Natural History of Social Wasps and Bees in Equatorial Sumatra. Hokkaido University Press, Sapporo, Japan, 274 pp.

Roubik, D. W. 1989. Ecology and Natural History of Tropical Bees. Cambridge Univ. Press, New York, 514 pp.

Roubik, D. W. 1982. Obligate necrophagy in a social bee. Science 217:1059-1060.

Roubik, D. W. 1978. Competitive interactions between Africanized honeybees and native neotropical pollinators. Science 201:1030-1032.

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