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Journal Publications

Vanbergen, A.J. and the Insect Pollinators Initiative (2013) Threats to an ecosystem service: pressures on pollinators. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment11(5): p. 251-259.

Gill, R.J., O. Ramos-Rodriguez, and N.E. Raine (2012) Combined pesticide exposure severely affects individual- and colony-level traits in bees. Nature, 491: p. 105-108. For a copy contact Nigel Raine nigel.raine@rhul.ac.uk Watch Video Summary

Connolly C.N. (2013). The risk of insecticides to pollinating insects. Communicative & Integrative Biology, 6:5, e25074.

Palmer M.J., Moffat C., Saranzewa N., Harvey J., Wright G.A. & Connolly C.N. (2013). Cholinergic pesticides cause mushroom body neuronal inactivation in honeybees. Nature Communications, 4, 1634. For a copy contact Chris Connolly c.n.connolly@dundee.ac.uk 

Wright G.A., Baker D.D., Palmer M.J., Stabler D., Mustard J.A., Power E.F., Borland A.M. & Stevenson P.C. (2013). Caffeine in floral nectar enhances a pollinator's memory of reward. Science, 339, 1202-1204. For a copy contact Jeri Wright jeri.wright@ncl.ac.uk

Williamson S.M., Baker D.D. & Wright G.A. (2013). Acute exposure to a sublethal dose of imidacloprid and coumaphos enhances olfactory learning and memory in the honeybee Apis mellifera. Invertebrate Neuroscience, 13, 63-70.

Williamson S.M. & Wright G.A. (2013). Exposure to multiple cholinergic pesticides impairs olfactory learning and memory in honeybees. Journal of Experimental Biology, 216, 1799-807. For a copy contact Jeri Wright jeri.wright@ncl.ac.uk

Carvalheiro L.G., Kunin W.E., Keil P., Aguirre-Gutiérrez J., Ellis W.N., Fox R., Groom Q., Hennekens S., Van Landuyt W., Maes D., Van de Meutter F., Michez D., Rasmont P., Ode B., Potts S.G., Reemer M., Roberts S.P.M., Schaminée J., WallisDeVries M.F. & Biesmeijer J.C. (2013). Species richness declines and biotic homogenisation have slowed down for NW-European pollinators and plants. Ecology Letters, 16, 870-878. Corrigendum to Carvalheiro et al. (2013)

Polce C., Termansen M., Aguirre-Gutiérrez J., Boatman N.D., Budge G.E., Crowe A., Garratt M.P., Pietravalle S., Potts S.G., Ramirez J.A., Somerwill K.E. & Biesmeijer J.C. (2013). Species Distribution Models for Crop Pollination: A Modelling Framework Applied to Great Britain. PLoS ONE, 8, e76308.

Bryden J., Gill R.J., Mitton R.A.A., Raine N.E. & Jansen V.A.A. (2013). Chronic sublethal stress causes bee colony failure. Ecology Letters, 16, 1463-1469.

Haynes E., Helgason T., Young J.P.W., Thwaites R. & Budge G.E. (2013). A typing scheme for the honeybee pathogen Melissococcus plutonius allows detection of disease transmission events and a study of the distribution of variants. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 5, 525-529.

Mill A.C., Rushton S.P., Shirley M.D.F., Smith G.C., Mason P., Brown M.A. & Budge G.E. (2013). Clustering, persistence and control of a pollinator brood disease: epidemiology of American foulbrood. Environmental Microbiology (EARLY VIEW)

Datta S., Bull J.C., Budge G.E. & Keeling M.J. (2013). Modelling the spread of American foulbrood in honeybees. J R Soc Interface, 10.

Dicks L.V., Abrahams A., Atkinson J., Biesmeijer J., Bourn N., Brown C., Brown M., Carvell C., Connolly C., Cresswell J., Croft P., Darvill B., de Zylva P., Effingham P., Fountain M., Goggin A., Harding D., Harding T., Hartfield C., Heard M.S., Heathcote R., Heaver D., Holland J., Howe M., Hughes B., Huxley T., Kunin W.E., Little J., Mason C., Memmott J., Osborne J., Pankhurst T., Paxton R., Pocock M., Potts S.G., Power E.F., Raine N.E., Ranelagh E., Roberts S., Saunders R., Smith K., Smith R., Sutton P., Tilley L., Tinsley A., Tonhasca A., Vanbergen A.J., Webster S., Wilson A. & Sutherland W.J. (2012). Identifying key knowledge needs for evidence-based conservation of wild insect pollinators: a collaborative cross-sectoral exercise. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 6, 435-446. For a copy contact Lynn Dicks lvd22@cam.ac.uk

Reports & Public Articles

Insect Pollinators: Linking Research and Policy This international workshop, which took place on 14th February in London, was organised by the UK Science and Innovation Network in collaboration with UK partners, including BBSRC and DEFRA and brought together 59 scientists, policy-makers and other stakeholders (including industry) from across Europe to discuss insect pollination from four different perspectives: pollinator diversity, pollinator health, pesticide impacts on pollinators and the economics of pollination. For specific questions contact the coordinating author, Dr Adam Vanbergen, from the NERC Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, who is the science co-ordinator of the UK Insect Pollinators Initiative ajv@ceh.ac.uk

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