A meta-analysis of bees' responses to anthropogenic disturbance.

@article{Winfree2009AMO,
  title={A meta-analysis of bees' responses to anthropogenic disturbance.},
  author={R. Winfree and R. Aguilar and D. P. V{\'a}zquez and G. LeBuhn and M. Aizen},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2009},
  volume={90 8},
  pages={
          2068-76
        }
}
Pollinators may be declining globally, a matter of concern because animal pollination is required by most of the world's plant species, including many crop plants. Human land use and the loss of native habitats is thought to be an important driver of decline for wild, native pollinators, yet the findings of published studies on this topic have never been quantitatively synthesized. Here we use meta-analysis to synthesize the literature on how bees, the most important group of pollinators, are… Expand
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