PUBLICATIONS

Key and related publications on BEEHAVE

KEY PUBLICATIONS

Becher, M. A., Twiston-Davies, G., Penny, T. D., Goulson, D., Rotheray, E. L., Osborne, J. L. (2018) Bumble-BEEHAVE: a systems model for exploring multifactorial causes of bumblebee decline at individual, colony, population and community level. J Appl Ecol

 

Becher, M. A., Grimm, V., Knapp, J., Horn, J., Twiston-Davies, G., & Osborne, J. L. (2016). BEESCOUT: A model of bee scouting behaviour and a software tool for characterizing nectar/pollen landscapes for BEEHAVE. Ecol Model, 340, 126-133.

 

Becher, M.A., Grimm, V., Thorbek, P., Horn, J., Kennedy, P.J. & Osborne, J.L. (2014). BEEHAVE: a systems model of honeybee colony dynamics and foraging to explore multifactorial causes of colony failure. J Appl Ecol, 51, 470-482.

Becher, M.A., Osborne, J.L., Thorbek, P., Kennedy, P.J. & Grimm, V. (2013). REVIEW: Towards a systems approach for understanding honeybee decline: a stocktaking and synthesis of existing models. J Appl Ecol, 50, 868-880.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Prado, A., Pioz, M., Vidau, C., Requier, F., Jury, M., Crauser, D., Brunet, J.-L., Le Conte, Y. & Alaux, C. (2019). Exposure to pollen-bound pesticide mixtures induces longer-lived but less efficient honey bees. Science of The Total Environment.

Rumkee, J. C. O., Becher, M. A., Thorbek, P., & Osborne, J. L. (2017). Modelling effects of honeybee behaviors on the distribution of pesticide in nectar within a hive and resultant in-hive exposure. Environmental Science & Technology.

Henry, M., Becher, M.A., Osborne, J., Kennedy, P., Aupinel, P., Bretagnolle, V., Brun, F., Grimm, V., Horn, J., Requier, F. (2017) Predictive systems models can help elucidate bee declines driven by multiple combined stressors. Apidologie  48: 328–339.

 

Thorbek, P., Campbell, P. J., & Thompson, H. M. (2016). Colony impact of pesticide‐induced sublethal effects on honeybee workers: A simulation study using BEEHAVE. Environ Toxicol Chem.

 

Horn, J., Becher, M.A., Kennedy, P.J., Osborne, J.L. & Grimm, V. (2016). Multiple stressors: using the honeybee model BEEHAVE to explore how spatial and temporal forage stress affects colony resilience. Oikos, 125, 1001-1016.

McMahon, D.P., Natsopoulou, M.E., Doublet, V., Furst, M., Wegings, S., Brown, M.J., Gogol-Doring, A., & Paxton, R.J. (2016) Elevated virulence of an emerging viral genotype as a driver of honeybee loss. Proc Biol Sci. 283, 1833.

Thorbek, P., Campbell, P.J., Sweeny, P.J., & Thompson, H.M., (2016). Using BEEHAVE to explore pesticide protection goals for European honeybee (Apis melifera L.) worker losses at different forage qualities. Environ Toxicol Chem.

EFSA. (2015). Statement on the suitability of the BEEHAVE model for its potential use in a regulatory context and for the risk assessment of multiple stressors in honeybees at the landscape level. EFSA Journal, 13, 91.

Rumkee, J.C.O., Becher, M.A., Thorbek, P., Kennedy, P.J. & Osborne, J.L. (2015). Predicting Honeybee Colony Failure: Using the BEEHAVE Model to Simulate Colony Responses to Pesticides. Environmental Science & Technology, 49, 12879-12887.

Grimm, V., Becher, M.A., Kennedy, P.J., Thorbek, P., Osborne, J. (2014) Ecological modeling for pesticide risk assessment of honeybees and other pollinators. In: Fischer D, Moriarty T. Pesticide risk assessment for pollinators. SETAC Press (Pensacola, FL), p. 149-162.

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