Semi‐natural habitats mitigate the effects of temperature rise on wild bees

Volume: 54, Issue: 2, Pages: 527 - 536
Published: Aug 26, 2016
Abstract
Summary The effect of climate change on wild bee communities is of major concern since the decline of bee species could imperil the provision of pollination services. Additionally, habitat loss and fragmentation are major threats to wild bee populations, but improvements to the landscape structure could also improve the general conditions for wild bees. However, potential interactive effects of climate change and landscape structure on wild bee...
Paper Details
Title
Semi‐natural habitats mitigate the effects of temperature rise on wild bees
Published Date
Aug 26, 2016
Volume
54
Issue
2
Pages
527 - 536
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