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Título: A global quantitative synthesis of local and landscape effects on native bee pollinators in agroecosystems.
Autor: Kennedy, Christina M.
Lonsdorf, Eric
Neel, Maile C.
Williams, Neal M.
Ricketts, Taylor H.
Winfree, Rachael
Bommarco, Riccardo
Brittain, Claire
Burley, Alana L.
Cariveau, Daniel
Carvalheiro, Luisa G.
Chacoff, Natacha P.
Cunningham, Saul A.
Danforth, Bryan N.
Dudenhöffer, Jan H.
Elle, Elizabeth
Gaines, Hannah R.
Garibaldi, Lucas A.
Gratton, Claudio
Holzschuh, Andrea
Isaacs, Rufus
Javorek, Steven K.
Jha, Shalene
Klein, Alexandra M.
Krewenka, Kristin
Mandelik, Yael
Mayfield, Margaret M.
Morandin, Lora
Neame, Lisa A.
Otieno, Mark
Park, Mia
Potts, Simon G.
Rundlof, Maj
Saez, Agustin
Steffan Dewenter, Ingolf
Taki, Hisatomo
Felipe Viana, Blandina
Westphal, Catrin
Wilson, Julianna K.
Greenleaf, Sarah S.
Kremen, Claire
Fecha de publicación: 11-mar-2013
Editorial: John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Citación: Kennedy, Christina M., Lonsdorf, Eric., Neel, Maile C., Williams, Neal M., Ricketts, Taylor H. & et al. (2013). A global quantitative synthesis of local and landscape effects on wild bee pollinators in agroecosystems. John Wiley & Sons Ltd; Ecology Letters; 16 (5); 584-599
Revista: Ecology Letters
Resumen: Bees provide essential pollination services that are potentially affected both by local farm management and the surrounding landscape. To better understand these different factors, we modelled the relative effects of landscape composition (nesting and floral resources within foraging distances), landscape configuration (patch shape, interpatch connectivity and habitat aggregation) and farm management (organic vs. conventional and local‐scale field diversity), and their interactions, on wild bee abundance and richness for 39 crop systems globally. Bee abundance and richness were higher in diversified and organic fields and in landscapes comprising more high‐quality habitats; bee richness on conventional fields with low diversity benefited most from high‐quality surrounding land cover. Landscape configuration effects were weak. Bee responses varied slightly by biome. Our synthesis reveals that pollinator persistence will depend on both the maintenance of high‐quality habitats around farms and on local management practices that may offset impacts of intensive monoculture agriculture.
Identificador DOI: 10.1111/ele.12082
ISSN: 1461-0248
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Este documento es resultado del financiamiento otorgado por el Estado Nacional, por lo tanto queda sujeto al cumplimiento de la Ley N° 26.899