Impact of extreme events on pollinators: download it for free

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In my last post I highlighted a couple of recent papers on climate change and extreme events, and how they impact pollinators.  The Erenler et al. (2020) mini-review paper that I mentioned has now been published and is available for free download for the next 50 days.  Follow the hot link here:

Erenler, H.E., Gillman, M.P. & Ollerton, J. (2020) Impact of extreme events on pollinator assemblages.  Current Opinion in Insect Science 38: 34-39

This review is one of several from a themed issue of Current Opinion in Insect Science devoted to Ecology.  The issue is edited by Tom Ings from Anglia Ruskin University and Sarah Arnold from University of Greenwich.

 

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Filed under Biodiversity, Climate change

6 responses to “Impact of extreme events on pollinators: download it for free

  1. Dr P A Azeez

    Thank you for sharing that; with regards

    Liked by 1 person

  2. adjlane

    Thank you very much

    Like

  3. Bendifallah

    Hi Jeff!
    Very interesting work!!! CONGRADULATIONS. I read it several times.

    Best wishes
    Leila

    Liked by 1 person

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