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Bees and Crop Pollination: Crisis, Crossroads, Conservation

Proceedings

Series: Thomas Say Publications in Entomology Volume: 26

Edited By: Constance S Stubbs and Francis A Drummond

156 pages, no illustrations

Entomological Society of America

Paperback | Dec 2001 | #126873 | ISBN: 0938522965
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About this book

This book in ESA's Proceedings series discusses the fact that bee populations have been steadily declining in abundance and species richness since the mid 1980’s. This is not solely an agricultural problem, however, as pollinators form the base of all terrestrial ecosystem food webs. Their health affects our health.


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