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BEELIFE Online training on how to data cleaning...

Dear COLOSS colleagues, BeeLife are organising a second online training within the EUBP Platform Project. This time Michael Rubinigg, a Data Scientists specialised in Data Quality Management, will introduce to us to the Best Practices on how to clean data and ensure its easy integration into wider databases. Michael is a biologist, holding a PhD in Plant Physiology, specialised in apiculture, bee health,…

Lethal, sublethal, and combined effects of pesticides on...

Abstract Multiple stressors threaten bee health, a major one being pesticides. Bees are simultaneously exposed to multiple pesticides that can cause both lethal and sublethal effects. Risk assessment and most research on bee health, however, focus on lethal individual effects. Here, we performed a systematic literature review and meta-analysis that summarizes and re-interprets the available…

Research project on field data collection for honey...

As part of the MUST‐B project, a research project on field data collection for honey bee colony model evaluation was carried out in 2018‐2020. In a preparatory phase (2018), methods for monitoring of honey bee colonies were tested, field operators trained, and experimental colonies established. The main field experiment was conducted in 2019‐2020, during which…