The Beekeeping Crisis in Europe - an Environmentalist's point of view

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The Beekeeping Crisis in Europe - an Environmentalist's point of view

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Introduction

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Abstract / résumé



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Contents

The Beekeeping Crisis in Europe - Index of available articles

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  1. The Survey
  2. Sanitary Problems (Draft)
    1. Varroa
    2. Foul Brood
    3. Nosema ceranae
    4. Israel Acute Paralysis Virus (IAPV)
    5. Kashmir Bee Virus (KBV)
    6. Asian Predatory Wasp
    7. Small hive beetle
  3. Environmental Problems (Draft)
    1. Shrinking Resources
    2. Agricultural Pesticides
    3. Genetically Modified Organisms
    4. Atmospheric and Aquatic Pollution
    5. Climate Change
    6. Radiations
    7. Global Trading
  4. Practices in Beekeeping
    1. Bee Trading
    2. Overexploitation
    3. Winter and Spring Feeding
    4. Veterinary Treatments
      1. Overview of Pesticides and Antibiotics Used in Beekeeping
    5. Construction Material of the Hives
    6. Comb Foundations
    7. Hybrid Bee Races
    8. Queen Breeding and Artificial Insemination
    9. Drone Population Control
  5. The Case of the Other Pollinators
  6. Outlooks (Draft)
    1. Organic Varroa Control (Draft)
      1. Varroa Predators
      2. Cell and Comb Design
        1. PMMA Combs
        2. Drone Combs
      3. Smoking
      4. Inert Dusts
      5. Bottom Screens
      6. Hyperthermia
      7. Fungi
      8. Propolis solutions
      9. Essential Oils
      10. Cupric Salts (new - 2012-04-14)
      11. Pheromone Traps
      12. Reproduction-Inhibiting Pheromones
      13. The Bee Races and Natural Evolution
      14. Bred Races
    2. Restoring the Honey Flow
      1. Farming Practices
      2. Maintained, Non-Agricultural Areas
    3. Norms & Legislation
    4. What can each of us do for bees?
  7. Glossary
  8. Conclusion

Thanks

(Draft)

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