PUBLICATIONS (*Equal Contribution, **Undergraduate mentee, +Graduate mentee)
Briggs, H.M., S. Graham+, C. Switzer, R. Hopkins. Variation in context- dependent foraging behavior across pollinators. Ecology and Evolution. 10.1002/ece3.4303
Briggs, H.M., B.J. Brosi. (preprint and in review) Pollinator traits and competitive context shape dynamic foraging behavior in bee communities. bioRxiv doi.org/10.1101/211326
B.J. Brosi, K.Niezgoda**, H.M. Briggs. 2017. Experimental species removals impact the architecture of pollination network. Biology Letters. 13: 20170243
F.S. Valdovinos, B.J. Brosi, H.M. Briggs, R. Ramos-Jiliberto, N. D. Martinez. 2016. Niche partitioning due to adaptive foraging reverses effects of nestedness and connectance on pollination network stability. Ecology Letters. 19: 1277–1286
Briggs, H.M., L. Anderson**, L. Atalla**, A. Delva**, E. Dobbs and B.J. Brosi. 2015. Heterospecific pollen deposition in Delphinium barbeyi: linking stigmatic pollen loads to reproductive output in the field. Annals of Botany. 17: 331-33.
Gilbert, G. S., H.M. Briggs, and R. Magarey. 2015. The impact of plant enemies shows a phylogenetic signal. PLoS ONE. 10:e0123758.
Brosi, B. J.*, and H. M. Briggs*. 2013. Single pollinator species losses reduce floral fidelity and plant reproductive function. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110:13044–13048.
media coverage in Nature, The New York Times, National Geographic, LA Times, Scientific American, among several other media outlets in the US; additional coverage in Germany, Sweden, France, Spain, China, and New Zealand among other countries. Also featured on the National Science Foundation and UC Santa Cruz website
Briggs, H. M., I. Perfecto, and B. J. Brosi. 2013. The role of the agricultural matrix: coffee management and Euglossine Bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Euglossini) communities in Southern Mexico. Environmental Entomology 42:1210–1217.
L. Reid, H. Briggs, S. Crandall, J. Eldon, C. Magdahl, J. Ohayon, E. Olimpi, D. Schweizer, G. Tadesse, and Y. Wang (CenTREAD Working Group). 2012. Tropical Ecology by John Kricher. Quarterly Review of Biology 87:380.
Briggs, H.M., Carolyn Ayers, Paul Armsworth, Berry J. Brosi. (in preparation). Not all interactions are positive: testing the robustness of plant pollinator networks to extinction simulations after incorporating negative interactions.
Briggs, H.M., Daniel Papaj and Robin Hopkins. (in preparation). Determining the contributions of response bias and adaptive learning behavior to plant evolution.