Publications and Seminars
JOURNALS
Thomas, S.C., Frye, S., Gale, N., Garmon, M., Launchbury, R., Machado, N., Melamed, S., Murray, J., Petroff, A., Winsborough, C. (2013). Biochar mitigates negative effects of salt additions on two herbaceous plant species. Journal of Environmental Management, 129, 62-68.

Frye, S., & Machado, N. (2012). University of Toronto News. The Forestry Chronicle, 88(2), 212-213.

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS
Frye, S. “Urban Bee Diversity”, Access Alliance Community Centre, Toronto, ON, July 28, 2016, [forthcoming oral presentation]

Frye, S. “High Park Bees”, Bees, Bats & Butterflies lecture series, High Park Nature Centre, Toronto, ON, June 22, 2016 [oral presentation]

Frye, S., Smith, S.M., Thomas, S.C. “Temperate forest bees: Habitat use, resources, and responses to Eurasian honeybee introductions”, Research Day at Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve Ltd., Haliburton, ON, May 13, 2016 [oral presentation]

Frye, S. “Temperate forest bees”, Arrowhead Provincial Park, Huntsville, ON, July 4, 2015 [oral presentation]

Frye, S. “Short-term effects of introduced honeybees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) on native megachilid bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in temperate, mixed-wood forests”, Toronto Entomologists’ Association (TEA) Student Symposium, Toronto, ON, March 28, 2015 [oral presentation]

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Frye, S. “Short-term effects of introduced honeybees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) on native megachilid bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in temperate, mixed-wood forests”, Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, November 17, 2014 [oral presentation]

Frye, S. “Bee-tween the Trees: Tree Age Affects Bee Communities in a Temperate Forest in Haliburton, Ontario”, Haliburton Forest and Wild Life Reserve Ltd., Haliburton, ON, May 9, 2014 [oral presentation]

Frye, S. “Bee-tween the Trees: Tree Age Affects Bee Communities in a Temperate Forest in Haliburton, Ontario”, Toronto Entomology Association (TEA) Student Symposium, Toronto, ON, March 22, 2014 [poster presentation]

Frye, S., Smith, S., Thomas, S. “Tree ontogeny affects the use of tree canopies by bee communities in Haliburton Forest”, Northeastern Forest Pest Council Meeting, Quebec City, QC March 18, 2014 [oral presentation]
Frye, S. “Forest Pollinators”, Natural History Presentation Series, Haliburton, ON, July 23, 2013 [oral presentation]

Frye, S. Smith, S.M., Thomas, S.C. “Vertical distribution of bee communities at Haliburton Forest”, Research Day Conference,Haliburton, ON, May 10, 2013 [poster presentation]

Frye, S., Smith, S.M. “Seasonal and vertical distribution of native and non-native bees in a mixed-wood deciduous forest in Haliburton, Ontario”, U-Links Celebration of Research at Fleming College, Haliburton, ON, March 23, 2013 [poster presentation]