Potencial Effects of Climate Change on Crop Pollination

POLLINATION SERVICES FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE


Potential Effects of Climate Change
on Crop Pollination


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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome 2011


Abstarct

Climate change has the potential to severely impact ecosystem services such as pollination. As with any change, both challenges and opportunities can be expected. Recognizing that the interactions between climate, crops and biodiversity are complex and not always well understood, the Plant Production and Protection Division of FAO has coordinated this review of the potential effects of climate change on crop pollination.




TABLE OF CONTENTS

   

Preface
Introduction – objectives of the report

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- CLIMATE CHANGE AND CROP POLLINATION

- TEMPERATURE SENSITIVITY OF CROP POLLINATORS AND ENTOMOPHILOUS CROPS

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- DATA NEEDS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

- CONCLUSIONS

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Annex

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