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We'll "Bee" Seeing You? A discussion on the Declining Bee Population

CMSS is excited to welcome Dr. Frank Drummand, UMaine Professor of Biology and Ecology to speak with us about the suspected causes, potential dangers, and possible cures for the dangerously declining North American Bee Population.

Dr. Drummand is an expert in insect ecology and studies insect quantitative ecology, pest management, population dynamics, simulation modeling, biostatistics, pollination ecology.

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  • Gabrielle G.

    Excellent presentation and discussion of a very complex subject.

    1 · April 29, 2014

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