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  • A critical analysis of the potential for EU Common Agricultural Policy measures to support wild pollinators on farmland 

    Stout, Jane; Cole, Lorna J.; Kleijn, David; Dicks, Lynn V.; Potts, Simon G.; Albrecht, Matthias; Balzan, Mario V.; Bartomeus, Ignasi; Bebeli, Penelope J.; Bevk, Danilo; Biesmeijer, Jacobus C.; Chlebo, Róbert; Dautartė, Anželika; Emmanouil, Nikolaos; Hartfield, Chris; Holland, John M.; Holzschuh, Andrea; Knoben, Nieke T.J.; Kovács-Hostyánski, Anikó; Mandelik, Yael; Panou, Heleni; Paxton, Robert J.; Petanidou, Theodora; Pinheiro de Carvalho, Miguel A.A.; Rundlöf, Maj; Sarthou, Jean-Pierre; Stavrinides, Menelaos; Suso, Maria Jose; Szentgyörgyi, Hajnalka; Vaissière, Bernard E.; Varnava, Androulla; Vilà, Montserrat; Zemeckis, Romualdas; Scheper, Jeroen (2020)
    1. Agricultural intensification and associated loss of high-quality habitats are key drivers of insect pollinator declines. With the aim of decreasing the environmental impact of agriculture, the 2014 EU Common Agricultural ...
  • Fungicides, herbicides and bees: A systematic review of existing research and methods 

    Stout, Jane; Cullen, Merissa G.; Thompson, Linzi J.; Carolan, James C.; Stanley, Dara A. (Public Library of Science, 2019)
    Bees and the pollination services they deliver are beneficial to both food crop production, and for reproduction of many wild plant species. Bee decline has stimulated widespread interest in assessing hazards and risks to ...
  • Nectar chemistry modulates the impact of an invasive plant on native pollinators 

    POWER, EILEEN; STOUT, JANE (2016)
    1. Invasive species are considered a main driver of pollinator declines, yet the direct effects of invasive alien plants on pollinators are poorly understood. 2. Abundant, invasive plant species can ...