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Dealing with complexity in pollination management

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  • Peter Borgen Sørensen
  • Thomas Tscheulin, University of the Aegean, Department of Geography, University Hill, GR-81100 Mytilene, Greece, Grækenland
  • Simon G POTTS, School of Agriculture, University of Reading, Storbritannien
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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StatusUdgivet - 2014
BegivenhedPollinators in Agriculture - Brussel, Belgien
Varighed: 1 apr. 20143 apr. 2014


WorkshopPollinators in Agriculture

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