B
Presentations to the Committee

Keck Center, The National Academies

Washington, DC

July 6, 2005


Perspective of sponsoring agencies

Kevin Hackett, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

William Walker, U.S. Geological Survey


Comments from the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign: Information sources from NAPPC

Laurie Adams, North American Pollinator Protection Campaign


Workshop on the Status of Pollinators in North America

National Academy of Sciences Building

Washington, DC

October 18–19, 2005


SESSION 1: Direct and Indirect Indication of Pollinator Population Size


Databases on pollinators in North America

Terry Griswold, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service



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Status of Pollinators in North America B Presentations to the Committee Keck Center, The National Academies Washington, DC July 6, 2005 Perspective of sponsoring agencies Kevin Hackett, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service William Walker, U.S. Geological Survey Comments from the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign: Information sources from NAPPC Laurie Adams, North American Pollinator Protection Campaign Workshop on the Status of Pollinators in North America National Academy of Sciences Building Washington, DC October 18–19, 2005 SESSION 1: Direct and Indirect Indication of Pollinator Population Size Databases on pollinators in North America Terry Griswold, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service

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Status of Pollinators in North America Databases on pollinators in North America—natural history collections John Ascher, American Museum of Natural History Databases on pollinators in North America Sam Droege, U.S. Geological Survey, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center Databases on pollinators in North America and the Monarch Watch Orley Taylor, University of Kansas Databases on pollinators in Mexico Ma. del Coro Arizmendi, National Autonomous University of Mexico Long-term bee survey Robert Minckley, Rochester University Xerces Society’s red list Scott Hoffman Black, Xerces Society SESSION 2: Possible Causes of Pollinator Decline Effects of climate change on pollinator populations Jessica Hellmann, University of Notre Dame Effects of pollinator declines on the ecological genetics of plant populations Kent Holsinger, University of Connecticut Demographic and genetic factors as causes of pollinator decline Laurence Packer, York University, Canada Impact of landscape ecology, habitat fragmentation, and agricultural intensification on pollinator populations Nick Haddad, North Carolina State University Impact of invasive species on pollinator populations and the implications for land and resource management Diane Larson, U.S. Geological Survey, North Prairie Wildlife Research Center Factors that influence population sizes in bumble bees and other members of the native bee community Robbin Thorp, University of California, Davis

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Status of Pollinators in North America Causes and consequences on honey bee decline with emphasis on the almond industry Marla Spivak, University of Minnesota, St. Paul Causes and consequences on honey bee decline Joe Traynor, Scientific Ag Co. SESSION 3: Consequences of Pollinator Decline Consequences of population decline in nectar-feeding bats Ted Fleming, University of Miami Effects of pollinator declines on the ecological genetics of plant populations Tia-Lynn Ashman, University of Pittsburgh Environmental Economics of Pollinator Decline Stephen Polasky, University of Minnesota Biological and economic factors that impact the overall health of the honey bee industry Daniel Weaver, B. Weaver Apiaries and the American Bee Keeping Federation Conservation of biodiversity of pollinators in natural and agro ecosystems Simon G. Potts, University of Reading Beckman Center, The National Academies Irvine, CA January 14, 2006 The current status of the alfalfa leafcutting bee as a pollinator of alfalfa seed Ron Bitner, International Pollination Systems Monitoring schemes and citizen science program for pollinators Gordon W. Frankie, University of California, Berkeley Pollination decline: Is it the canary in the mine shaft? Jerry Hayes, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Economics of pollinator services and potential policy implications Daniel Sumner, University of California, Davis