Rapid initial recovery and long-term persistence of a bee community in a former landfill

We’re having an Andy Warhol day!  First, a nice piece in the Brock News about our recent paper on 10 years (yes, ten!) of bee monitoring at the Glenridge Quarry Naturalization Site.  Then some tweeting, including from NSERC and Canada’s Science Minister.  That’s quite exciting!

A lot of people contributed to this work over the years, especially Tom Onuferko, who identified a lot of bees, and Dimitri Skandalis, who crunched a lot of numbers.

Onuferko first page

 

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One Response to Rapid initial recovery and long-term persistence of a bee community in a former landfill

  1. Pingback: Former MSc student finds even more bees! | Brock Bee Lab

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