The Canadian Pollination Initiative (NSERC-CANPOLIN), announces "Pollination Nation: A Summary of Research Findings from the Canadian Pollination Initiative".
This plain language research "digest" highlights over 30 of the Network's research projects from a range of different working groups.
NSERC-CANPOLIN (http://www.uoguelph.ca/canpolin/index.html) is a five-year NSERC Strategic Network that aimed to address the growing problem of pollinator decline in agricultural and natural ecosystems in Canada. NSERC-CANPOLIN officially ended on September 1, 2014 with the currently published "digest" summarizing main project results.
NSERC-CANPOLIN offers an exciting and unique approach to pollination research. For the first time, leading experts in entomology, ecology, plant reproductive biology, genomics, prediction and economics have joined forces to explore the full scope of the pollination problem – from pollinator health and conservation to gene flow in plants, the impact of climate change and the economics of pollination.
The digest is available to view online here: http://www.uoguelph.ca/canpolin/New/NSERC-CANPOLIN%20Pollination%20Nation.pdf
A high resolution version for printing is also available: http://www.uoguelph.ca/canpolin/New/NSERC-CANPOLIN%20Pollination%20Nation_print%20version.pdf