Neonic

Development of bee colonies in areas exposed to high levels of neonicotinoid pesticides.
Provided by: Styrian Beekeepers Association (Steirischer Landesverband für Bienenzucht)
Contributors: Michael Rubinigg

This dataset contains data on regular assessemnts of colony development in colonies exposed to different levels of Clothinanidin as a consequence of corn production.

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Peer review status

No peer review was requested.

Unique Identifier

[NNICA10.0.0]
URI
https://app.pollinatorhub.eu/dataset-discovery/NNICA10.0.0

Published

18 December 2023 00:00:00

Keywords

Apis mellifera, Austria, colony development

Data collection years

2012, 2013
Citation
Michael Rubinigg 2023. Development of bee colonies in areas exposed to high levels of neonicotinoid pesticides. Ed. Styrian Beekeepers Association (Steirischer Landesverband für Bienenzucht) [2024-03-03] https://app.pollinatorhub.eu/dataset-discovery/NNICA10.0.0
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General score
Average score: 4.0 over all categories.
Metadata description
The data was well documented with metadata
Average score: 3.0 of 3 ratings.
Easy to find
The dataset was easy to find
Average score: 4.3 of 3 ratings.
Quality based on requirements
The quality of the data met my requirements
Average score: 4.3 of 3 ratings.
Usefulness for work
The data was useful for my work
Average score: 4.3 of 3 ratings.
Analytical Capacities
No particular capacities required

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Regulatory Standards
Fully GFP compliant

Data collection and processing was fully compliant with the application of the GLP principals to field studies.

Reference

OECD 1999 Sep. The Application of the GLP Principles to Field Studies. (English) OECD. [ 2024-01-27 ] External link
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