Apis Newsletter From Malcolm T. Sanford: March 2014

The March 2014 Apis Newsletter from Dr. Malcolm T. Sanford is hot off the press and chock full of great BEE information.
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Apis Newsletter from Malcolm T. Sanford: February 2014

The February 2014 Apis Newsletter from Dr. Malcolm T. Sanford is hot off the press and chock full of great BEE information.
 
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Apis Newsletter, April 16, 2013 (Malcolm T. Sanford)

Some of the topics of this month's Apis Newsletter include: Self-Medication in Animals Much More Widespread Than Believed; Phillip Craft as Apivar's U.S. Technical Advisor; Biosafety Data as Confidential Business Information; Almonds measure honey bee health; Honey bees make poor substitutes for wild pollinators; The long and short of honey bee tongues; Honey bee robots coming to agriculture? 

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Apis Newsletter - January 2013

The January 2013 Apis Newsletter by Malcolm T. Sanford is available online.

Some of the topics in this month's issue: The Canadian Pollination Initiative, Joe Traynor, and his yearly communications to beekeepers interested in the upcoming pollination season in California and how climate change is likely to affect California Agriculture, carbon tax, studies on the carbon footprint of various agricultural activities including beekeeping, the latest from the Extension Bee Health site, and much, much more. 

Dr. Sanford states that the most alarming news in this host of saved/sent of articles is the following:

"Large old trees are critical in many natural and human-dominated environments.  Studies of ecosystems around the world suggest populations of these trees are declining rapidly," he and colleagues Professor Bill Laurance of James Cook University, Australia, and Professor Jerry Franklin of Washington University, USA, say in their Science report.

"Research is urgently needed to identify the causes of rapid losses of large old trees and strategies for improved management. Without… policy changes, large old trees will diminish or disappear in many ecosystems, leading to losses of their associated biota and ecosystem functions."

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