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Peter Borgen Sørensen

Dealing with complexity in pollination management

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Dealing with complexity in pollination management. / Sørensen, Peter Borgen; Tscheulin, Thomas; POTTS, Simon G.

2014. Paper præsenteret ved Pollinators in Agriculture, Brussel, Belgien.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPaperForskning

Harvard

Sørensen, PB, Tscheulin, T & POTTS, SG 2014, 'Dealing with complexity in pollination management' Paper fremlagt ved Pollinators in Agriculture, Brussel, Belgien, 01/04/2014 - 03/04/2014, .

APA

Sørensen, P. B., Tscheulin, T., & POTTS, S. G. (2014). Dealing with complexity in pollination management. Paper præsenteret ved Pollinators in Agriculture, Brussel, Belgien.

CBE

Sørensen PB, Tscheulin T, POTTS SG. 2014. Dealing with complexity in pollination management. Paper præsenteret ved Pollinators in Agriculture, Brussel, Belgien.

MLA

Sørensen, Peter Borgen, Thomas Tscheulin og Simon G POTTS Dealing with complexity in pollination management. 2014. 2 s.

Vancouver

Sørensen PB, Tscheulin T, POTTS SG. Dealing with complexity in pollination management. 2014. Paper præsenteret ved Pollinators in Agriculture, Brussel, Belgien.

Author

Sørensen, Peter Borgen ; Tscheulin, Thomas ; POTTS, Simon G. / Dealing with complexity in pollination management. Paper præsenteret ved Pollinators in Agriculture, Brussel, Belgien.2 s.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Interactions between pollinators and agricultural production are complex to understand and lack of knowledge is, therefore, a challenge for legislation and management. Knowledge tends to be partial and specific to particular systems. Thus, there is a critical need for structural knowledge that can generate an integrated and coherent picture of what is known, and what is not known. This, however, is a complex challenge that involves application of conceptual models to disclose knowledge structures and chains of cause and effects. Here we describe the principle of such a conceptual model for supporting legislation and management to secure the livelihood of bees.",
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