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Landscape ecotoxicology

Pesticides are used to protect crops and reduce pest damage, but such pesticide use can also affect non-target organisms such as pollinators. In a number of projects, we are quantifying pesticide exposure to bee pollinators and the resulting effects on their health and pollination services. We combine empirical lab, semi-field and landscape scale field experiments with individual based and spatial modelling to extend from single compounds and individuals to cocktails and communities.

Photo collage of insects, flowers and fields in spring.