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Required reading for Those interested in Bee/Pesticide Studies

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  • Sam Droege
    All: SETAC (Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry - the uber society for environmental toxicologists) held a workshop last year on
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 19, 2011
      All:

      SETAC (Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry - the uber society for environmental toxicologists) held a workshop last year on pollinator/pesticide issues and how to approach the study of pesticide impacts in bees (Apis and non-Apis).   This is not a compilation of results of pesticides impacts, but more of a needs assessment and definition of the approaches one would take in the study of pesticide impacts.

      A useful blueprint document for seeking funding and study design.

      http://www.setac.org/sites/default/files/executivesummarypollinators-15sep2011.pdf

      sam

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