Rapid assessment of insect pollination services to inform decision-making. / Ratto, Fabrizia; Breeze, Tom D.; Cole, Lorna; Garratt, Michael P. D.; Kleijn, David; Kunin, William E.; Michez, Denis; O'Connor, Rory; Ollerton, Jeff; Paxton, Robert J.; Poppy, Guy; Potts, S. G.; Senapathi, Deepa; Shaw, Rosalind; Dicks, Lynn V.; Peh, K. S H.

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Rapid assessment of insect pollination services to inform decision-making. / Ratto, Fabrizia; Breeze, Tom D.; Cole, Lorna; Garratt, Michael P. D.; Kleijn, David; Kunin, William E.; Michez, Denis; O'Connor, Rory; Ollerton, Jeff; Paxton, Robert J.; Poppy, Guy; Potts, S. G.; Senapathi, Deepa; Shaw, Rosalind; Dicks, Lynn V.; Peh, K. S H.

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Ratto, F, Breeze, TD, Cole, L, Garratt, MPD, Kleijn, D, Kunin, WE, Michez, D, O'Connor, R, Ollerton, J, Paxton, RJ, Poppy, G, Potts, SG, Senapathi, D, Shaw, R, Dicks, LV & Peh, KSH 2022, 'Rapid assessment of insect pollination services to inform decision-making', Conservation Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13886

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Ratto, F., Breeze, T. D., Cole, L., Garratt, M. P. D., Kleijn, D., Kunin, W. E., Michez, D., O'Connor, R., Ollerton, J., Paxton, R. J., Poppy, G., Potts, S. G., Senapathi, D., Shaw, R., Dicks, L. V., & Peh, K. S. H. (2022). Rapid assessment of insect pollination services to inform decision-making. Conservation Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13886

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Ratto F, Breeze TD, Cole L, Garratt MPD, Kleijn D, Kunin WE et al. Rapid assessment of insect pollination services to inform decision-making. Conservation Biology. 2022. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13886

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Ratto, Fabrizia ; Breeze, Tom D. ; Cole, Lorna ; Garratt, Michael P. D. ; Kleijn, David ; Kunin, William E. ; Michez, Denis ; O'Connor, Rory ; Ollerton, Jeff ; Paxton, Robert J. ; Poppy, Guy ; Potts, S. G. ; Senapathi, Deepa ; Shaw, Rosalind ; Dicks, Lynn V. ; Peh, K. S H. / Rapid assessment of insect pollination services to inform decision-making. In: Conservation Biology. 2022.

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title = "Rapid assessment of insect pollination services to inform decision-making",
abstract = "Abstract Pollinator declines have prompted efforts to assess how land-use change affects insect pollinators and pollination services in agricultural landscapes. Yet many tools to measure insect pollination services require substantial landscape-scale data and technical expertise. In expert workshops, 3 straightforward methods (desk-based method, field survey, and empirical manipulation with exclusion experiments) for rapid insect pollination assessment at site scale were developed to provide an adaptable framework that is accessible to non- specialist with limited resources. These methods were designed for TESSA (Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site-Based Assessment) and allow comparative assessment of pollina- tion services at a site ofconservation interest and in its most plausible alternative state (e.g., converted to agricultural land). We applied the methods at a nature reserve in the United Kingdom to estimate the value of insect pollination services provided by the reserve. The economic value of pollination services provided by the reserve ranged from US$6163 to US$11,546/year. The conversion of the reserve to arable land would provide no insect pollination services and a net annual benefit from insect-pollinated crop production of approximately $1542/year (US$24∙ha–1∙year–1). The methods had wide applicability and were readily adapted to different insect-pollinated crops: rape (Brassica napus) and beans (Vicia faba) crops. All methods were rapidly employed under a low budget. The relatively less robust methods that required fewer resources yielded higher estimates ofannual insect pollination benefit",
author = "Fabrizia Ratto and Breeze, {Tom D.} and Lorna Cole and Garratt, {Michael P. D.} and David Kleijn and Kunin, {William E.} and Denis Michez and Rory O'Connor and Jeff Ollerton and Paxton, {Robert J.} and Guy Poppy and Potts, {S. G.} and Deepa Senapathi and Rosalind Shaw and Dicks, {Lynn V.} and Peh, {K. S H}",
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AU - Kunin, William E.

AU - Michez, Denis

AU - O'Connor, Rory

AU - Ollerton, Jeff

AU - Paxton, Robert J.

AU - Poppy, Guy

AU - Potts, S. G.

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N2 - Abstract Pollinator declines have prompted efforts to assess how land-use change affects insect pollinators and pollination services in agricultural landscapes. Yet many tools to measure insect pollination services require substantial landscape-scale data and technical expertise. In expert workshops, 3 straightforward methods (desk-based method, field survey, and empirical manipulation with exclusion experiments) for rapid insect pollination assessment at site scale were developed to provide an adaptable framework that is accessible to non- specialist with limited resources. These methods were designed for TESSA (Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site-Based Assessment) and allow comparative assessment of pollina- tion services at a site ofconservation interest and in its most plausible alternative state (e.g., converted to agricultural land). We applied the methods at a nature reserve in the United Kingdom to estimate the value of insect pollination services provided by the reserve. The economic value of pollination services provided by the reserve ranged from US$6163 to US$11,546/year. The conversion of the reserve to arable land would provide no insect pollination services and a net annual benefit from insect-pollinated crop production of approximately $1542/year (US$24∙ha–1∙year–1). The methods had wide applicability and were readily adapted to different insect-pollinated crops: rape (Brassica napus) and beans (Vicia faba) crops. All methods were rapidly employed under a low budget. The relatively less robust methods that required fewer resources yielded higher estimates ofannual insect pollination benefit

AB - Abstract Pollinator declines have prompted efforts to assess how land-use change affects insect pollinators and pollination services in agricultural landscapes. Yet many tools to measure insect pollination services require substantial landscape-scale data and technical expertise. In expert workshops, 3 straightforward methods (desk-based method, field survey, and empirical manipulation with exclusion experiments) for rapid insect pollination assessment at site scale were developed to provide an adaptable framework that is accessible to non- specialist with limited resources. These methods were designed for TESSA (Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site-Based Assessment) and allow comparative assessment of pollina- tion services at a site ofconservation interest and in its most plausible alternative state (e.g., converted to agricultural land). We applied the methods at a nature reserve in the United Kingdom to estimate the value of insect pollination services provided by the reserve. The economic value of pollination services provided by the reserve ranged from US$6163 to US$11,546/year. The conversion of the reserve to arable land would provide no insect pollination services and a net annual benefit from insect-pollinated crop production of approximately $1542/year (US$24∙ha–1∙year–1). The methods had wide applicability and were readily adapted to different insect-pollinated crops: rape (Brassica napus) and beans (Vicia faba) crops. All methods were rapidly employed under a low budget. The relatively less robust methods that required fewer resources yielded higher estimates ofannual insect pollination benefit

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