Pollination on the Dark Side: Acoustic Monitoring Reveals Impacts of a Total Solar Eclipse on Flight Behavior and Activity Schedule of Foraging Bees
Annals of the Entomological Society of America, October 2018
Candace Galen, Zachary Miller, Austin Lynn, Michael Axe, Samuel Holden, Levi Storks, Eddie Ramirez, Emilia Asante, David Heise, Susan Kephart, Jim Kephart
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|Agricultural and Biological Sciences||20||36%|
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