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3180Re: [beemonitoring] Seek help with bee/pesticide study

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  • Peter Kwapong
    Feb 12, 2014
      Dear Da,
      I 'm interested in this and will be more than willing to participate in this research programme.  I can easily supply bees samples  from Ghana
      Best wishes.

      Prof. Peter K. Kwapong

      Associate Professor of Entomology and Director of
      The International Stingless Bee Centre (ISBC)

      Department of Entomology & Wildlife
      School of Biological Sciences
      University of Cape Coast
      Cape Coast, Ghana.

      Cell. +233 20 9764697

      On Wednesday, 12 February 2014, 23:00, Da Chen <dachen@...> wrote:
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      Dear bee researchers:

      We are conducting a research project addressing the spatial and temporal changes of honeybees' exposure to insecticides and the impacts of environmental/ecological factors. The first step of this study will be to examine bee exposure scenarios from different regions as a baseline for the research. We'd like to have bee samples from different regions in order to map the contamination pattern.  

      Here we sincerely seek help with field bee collection.  If you are doing or going to do field survey and have extra bee samples, we'd like to have them for chemical residue analysis. Or if you are interested to know the contamination levels in your area, you are welcome to send us samples for analysis.  

      If you are interested and willing to help, please contact me anytime.



      Da Chen, Ph.D.
      Cooperative Wildlife Research Laboratory
      Department of Zoology
      Southern Illinois University
      (618) 453-6946

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