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Scaling up effects of measures mitigating pollinator loss from local- to landscape-level population responses.

Kleijn, D., Linders, T., Stip, A., Biesmeijer, J.C., Wäckers, F.L. & Bukovinszky, T.  2018Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 9,1727–1738.
 28Scale-dependent foraging tradeoff allows competitive coexistenceBolin, A., Smith, H.G., Lonsdorf, E.V., Olsson, O.  2018 Oikos, Online Early
 27 Insect pollination as an agronomic input: Strategies for oilseed rape production.
Garratt, M.P.D., Bishop, J. Degani, E., Potts, S.G., Shaw, R.F., Shi, A. & Roy, S. 2018Journal of Applied Ecology, online early.
 26 Economic valuation of natural pest control of the summer grain aphid in wheat in South East England.
Zhang, H., Garratt, M.P.D., Bailey, A., Potts, S.G. & Breeze, T.
 2018 Ecosystem Services, in press.
 25Landscape-level crop diversity benefits biological pest controlRedlich, S., Martin, E.A. & Steffan-Dewenter, I.
 2018Journal of Applied Ecology, online early
 24Enhancing Soil Organic Matter as a Route to the Ecological Intensification of European Arable Systems
Garratt, M.P., Bommarco, R., Van Gils, S., Redlich, S., Świtek, S., Kleijn, D., Mortimer, S., Van der Putten, W.H., Takacs, V., Steffan-Dewenter, I. & Potts, S.G.  2018Ecosystems, online early
 23Combined effects of agrochemicals and ecosystem services on crop yield across EuropeGagic, V., Kleijn, D., Báldi, A., Boros, G., Elek, Z., Jørgensen, H.B., Garratt, M.P.D., de Groot, G.A.,  Hedlund, K., Kovács-Hostyánszki, A., Marini, L., Martin, E., Pevere, I., Potts, S.G., Redlich, S., Senapathi, D., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Świtek, S., Smith, H.G., Takács, V., Tryjanowski, P., van der Putten, W.H., van Gils, S. & Bommarco, R. 2017Ecology Letters, 20,1427-1436
 22Exploring the relationships between landscape complexity, wild bee species richness and reproduction, and pollination services along a complexity gradient in the NetherlandsBukovinszky, T., Verheijen, J., Zwerver, S., Klop, E., Biesmeijer, J.C., Wäckers, F.L., Prins, H.H.T. & Kleijn, D.  2017Biological Conservation, 214, 312-319
 21Pollination benefits are maximized at intermediate nutrient levels
Tamburini, G., Lami,F. & Marini, L. 2017 Proc. R. Soc. B, 284, 20170729
 20How to efficiently obtain accurate estimates of flower visitation rates by pollinators
Fijen, T.P.M. & Kleijn, D. 2017Basic and Applied Ecology, 19, 11-18
 19How spatial scale shapes the generation and management of multiple ecosystem servicesLindborg, R., Gordon, L.J., Malinga, R., Bengtsson, J, Peterson, G., Bommarco, R., Deutsch, L., Gren, A., Rundlöf, M. & Smith, H.G. 2017Ecosphere 8, e01741
 18The benefits of hedgerows for pollinators and natural enemies depends on hedge quality and landscape context Garratt, M.P.D., Senapathi, D., Coston, D.J., Mortimer, S.R. & Potts, S.G. 2017Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 247, 363–370.
 17Arthropod Pest Control for UK Oilseed Rape - Comparing Insecticide Efficacies, Side Effects and Alternatives.Zhang H, Breeze T, Bailey A, Garthwaite D, Harrington R, Potts SG 2017PLoS ONE 12(1): e0169475
 16High cover of hedgerows in the landscape supports multiple ecosystem services in Mediterranean cereal fieldsDainese, M., Montecchiari, S., Sitzia, T., Sigura, M. & Marini, L. 2017Journal of Applied Ecology, 54, 380–388
 15Soil compaction and insect pollination modify impacts of crop rotation on nitrogen fixation and yield.Audrey St-Martin and Riccardo Bommarco 2016Basic and Applied Ecology, 17, 617–626
 14Can above-ground ecosystem services compensate for reduced fertilizer input and soil organic matter in annual crops?Stijn van Gils, Wim H. van der Putten and David Kleijn. 2016Journal of Applied Ecology 2016, 53, 1186–1194
 13Soil management shapes ecosystem service provision and trade-offs in agricultural landscapes.Giovanni Tamburini, Serena De Simone, Maurizia Sigura, Francesco Boscutti and Lorenzo Marini. 2016Proc. R. Soc. B 283: 20161369.
 12The role of food retailers in improving resilience in global food supply.Sarina Macfadyen, Jason M. Tylianakis, Deborah K. Letourneau, Tim G. Benton, Pablo Tittonell, Michael P. Perring, Carla Gómez-Creutzberg, András Báldi, John M. Holland, Linda Broadhurst, Kimiko Okabe, Anna R. Renwick, Barbara Gemmill-Herren, Henrik G. Smit 2016Global Food Security. Available online 25 January 2016.
 11Pollinator conservation - the difference between managing for pollination services and preserving pollinator diversity.Deepa Senapathi, Jacobus C Biesmeijer, Thomas D Breeze, David Kleijn, Simon G Potts and Luı´sa G Carvalheiro. 2015 Current Opinion in Insect Science 2015, 12:93–101.
 10The role of agri-environment schemes in conservation and environmental managementPéter Batáry, Lynn V. Dicks, David Kleijn, and William J. Sutherland. 2015Conservation Biology, Volume 29, No. 4, 1006–1016
 9Trait matching of flower visitors and crops predicts fruit set better than trait diversityLucas A. Garibaldi, Ignasi Bartomeus, Riccardo Bommarco, Alexandra M. Klein, Saul A. Cunningham, Marcelo A. Aizen, Virginie Boreux, Michael P. D. Garratt, Luísa G. Carvalheiro, Claire Kremen, Carolina L. Morales, Christof Schüepp, Natacha P. Chacoff, Breno M. Freitas, Vesna Gagic, Andrea Holzschuh, Björn K. Klatt, Kristin M. Krewenka, Smitha Krishnan, Margaret M. Mayfield, Iris Motzke, Mark Otieno, Jessica Petersen, Simon G. Potts, Taylor H. Ricketts, Maj Rundlöf, Amber Sciligo, Palatty Allesh Sinu, Ingolf Steffan-Dewenter, Hisatomo Taki, Teja Tscharntke, Carlos H. Vergara, Blandina F. Viana, Michal Woyciechowski. 2015Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12530.
 8Organic farming enhances parasitoid diversity at the local and landscape scalesDiego J. Incl.an, Pierfilippo Cerretti, Doreen Gabriel, Tim G. Benton, Steven M. Sait, William E. Kunin, Mark A. K. Gillespie and Lorenzo Marini 2015Journal of Applied Ecology 2015.
 7Landscape composition affects parasitoid spilloverDiego J. Inclán, Pierfilippo Cerretti, Lorenzo Marini 2015Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. Volume 208, 48–54
 6Delivery of crop pollination services is an insufficient argument for wild pollinator conservation

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David Kleijn, Rachael Winfree, Ignasi Bartomeus, Luísa G Carvalheiro, Mickaël Henry, Rufus Isaacs, Alexandra-Maria Klein, Claire Kremen, Leithen K M'Gonigle, Romina Rader, Taylor H Ricketts, Neal M Williams, Nancy Lee Adamson, John S Ascher, András Báldi, Péter Batáry, Faye Benjamin, Jacobus C Biesmeijer, Eleanor J Blitzer, Riccardo Bommarco et al. 2015Nature Communications 6, Article number: 7414
 5Crop management modifies the benefits of insect pollination in oilseed rape.Lorenzo Marini, Giovanni Tamburini, Edoardo Petrucco-Toffolo, Sandra A.M. Lindström, Federica Zanetti, Giuliano Mosca, Riccardo Bommarco 2015Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 207, 61-66. 
 4Testing scale-dependent effects of semi-naturalhabitats on farmland biodiversity.Matteo Dainese, Diego Inclán Luna, Tommaso Sitzia, and Lorenzo Marini 2015Ecological Applications, in press.
Ecological production functions for biological control services in agricultural landscapes.Jonsson M., R. Bommarco, B. Ekbom, H.G. Smith, J. Bengtsson, B. Caballero-Lopez, C. Winqvist, O. Olsson. 2014 Methods in ecology and evolution 5: 243-252
 2EU agricultural reform fails on biodiversity.Pe’er, G., Dicks, L.V., Visconti, P., Arlettaz, R., Báldi, A., Benton, T.G., Collins, S., Dieterich, M., Gregory, R.D., Hartig, F., Henle, K., Hobson, P.R., Kleijn, D., Neumann, R.K., Robijns, T., Schmidt, J., Shwartz, A., Sutherland, W.J., Turbe, A., Wulf, F. & Scott, A.V. 2014Science 344: 1090-1092
 1Ecological intensification: harnessing ecosystem services for food security.Bommarco, R., Kleijn, D. & Potts, S.G. 2013Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 28, 230-238
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Project Deliverables

 Deliverable Description
 Deliverable 1.1Database compiling above- and below-ground biodiversity data from previous projects.
 Deliverable 1.2Report on the relation between landscape structure, on-farm management and above-ground biodiversity.
 Deliverable 1.3Report on the relationship between landscape structure, on-farm management and below-ground biodiversity.
 Deliverable 1.4Identifying synergies and trade-offs between drivers promoting above- and below-ground biodiversity.
 Deliverable 2.1Report on delivery of multiple above. and below.ground ecosystem services across Europe.
 Deliverable 2.2
Understanding the importance of species identity and functional traits for below- and above-ground ecosystem functioning
 Deliverable 2.3
Report on trade-offs between interacting services for major European crops
 Deliverable 3.1
Report on the effectiveness of a range of on-field management practices
 Deliverable 3.2Report on the effectiveness of a range of landscape management practices.
 Deliverable 3.3
Report on the effects on ecosystem services of combinations of on- and off-field mitigation options
 Deliverable 4.1Report on the development of production functions.
 Deliverable 4.2
Report on the calibration of models for seven European regions
 Deliverable 4.3
Report on consequences of landscape heterogeneity and spatial allocation of mitigation measures on trade-offs between multiple ecosystem services
 Deliverable 4.4
Report on mechanisms behind effects of arrangement of semi-natural habitats on pollination services
 Deliverable 5.1Report on farmer’s attitude towards on-site ecosystem services.
 Deliverable 5.2Report on economic models calibrated to case-study landscapes.
 Deliverable 5.3Report on income volatility in relation to biodiversity and ecosystem services.
 Deliverable 5.4
Report on economic models and evaluation of effects of ecological intensification on farm income
 Deliverable 6.1
Report on the potential of ecological intensification under different future land-use scenarios
 Deliverable 6.2
Interactions between greenhouse gas emissions and agricultural ecosystem services
 Deliverable 6.3
Report on management and policy recommendations on appropriate rates and quality of semi-natural habitats and on farm management
 Deliverable 7.1Logo, website, introductory leaflet and newsletter and report on general communication and dissemination strategy.
 Deliverable 7.2Glossary of terms on ecosystem services in agriculture.
 Deliverable 7.3Three case studies of policy options to harness benefits of semi-natural areas.
 Deliverable 7.4
International stakeholder workshop on eco-functional intensification
 Deliverable 7.5Name of deliverable: Network of demonstration sites set up across Europe.
 Deliverable 7.6
A minimum of 21 dissemination activities held at demonstration farms across Europe
 Deliverable 7.7
Report on development and lessons learned from demonstration sites on ecological intensification
 Deliverable 8.1General communication and dissemination strategy.
 Deliverable 8.2Advisory Board established.
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