ENVS 260: Quantitative Methods in Environmental Studies
The foundational statistics course for undergraduate Environmental Studies majors at Emory
ENVS 444: Ecosystems of the Southeastern USE
Co-taught with Tony Martin. A field ecology and geology course with great field trips.
ENVS 385/IBS 500: Landscape and Spatial Ecology
A seminar for graduate students and advanced undergraduates on spatial pattern and process in ecology with a quantitative focus.
IBS 595: Ecology
A general ecology course for graduate students with a quantitative and modeling focus. Dr. Brosi teaches the components on metapopulation biology, biodiversity, and community ecology.
Bewick, S., B.J. Brosi, and P.R. Armsworth. 2013. Competition causes secondary extinctions in plant-pollinator networks. Oikos 122: 1710–1719.
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(6): 1210-1217.
Brosi BJ, Briggs HM (2013) Single pollinator species losses reduce floral fidelity and plant reproductive function. PNAS 110(32): 13044-13048.
Brosi BJ, Biber, EGN (2012) Citizen Involvement in the US Endangered Species Act. Science 37(6096): 802-803.
Brosi BJ (2009) The effects of forest fragmentation on euglossine bee communities (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Euglossini). Biological Conservation 142: 414-423.
Brosi BJ, Daily GC, Shih TM, Oviedo F, Durán G (2008) The effects of forest fragmentation on bee communities in tropical countryside. Journal of Applied Ecology 45(3): 773-783.