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The SBA survey 2008 : some preliminary findings

Gray, Alison and Peterson, Magnus and Teale, Alan (2008) The SBA survey 2008 : some preliminary findings. The Scottish Beekeeper, 85 (12). pp. 319-322.

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    Abstract

    Following the survey of SBA members in 2006, a second survey was carried out in late spring of 2008 to monitor the ongoing effects of Varroa and experiences of colony loss. It also attempted to collect information on various environmental factors rumoured to be possible causes of colony collapse disorder (CCD), to enable further investigation and modelling of the risk of sudden colony collapse. The design of this survey was described in the November 2008 issue of the Scottish Beekeeper.