Nutrient enrichment and rainfall affect plan phenology and floral resource availability for pollinators.

Thuma, Jessie A.

Duff, Christopher.

Pitera, Madeline.

Januario, Nicholas.

Orians, Colin M.

Starks, Philip T.

2023

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  • Wild pollinators are critical to maintaining ecosystem services and facilitating crop production, but habitat degradation and resource loss are leading to worldwide pollinator declines. Nutrient enrichment and changes in rainfall due to global warming are drivers of global environmental change, and likely to impact pollinator foraging behavior and reproductive success through changes to the growth ... read more
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  • Thuma, J. A., Duff, C., Pitera, M., Januario, N., Orians, C. M., & Starks, P. T. (2023). Nutrient enrichment and rainfall affect plant phenology and floral resource availability for pollinators. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 11, 1150736. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2023.1150736
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