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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