Restoration of Nontarget Species : Bee Communities and Pollination Function in Riparian Forests Neal

@inproceedings{Williams2011RestorationON,
  title={Restoration of Nontarget Species : Bee Communities and Pollination Function in Riparian Forests Neal},
  author={Michael R. C. Williams},
  year={2011}
}
Nontarget species such as pollinators may be of great importance to the restoration process and the long-term functioning of restored habitats, but little is known about how such groups respond to habitat restoration. I surveyed bee communities at five equal-aged restored sites, paired with five reference sites (riparian remnants) along the Sacramento River, California, United States. Flower availability and bee visitation patterns were also measured to examine the restoration of pollination… CONTINUE READING

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