A variety of publications have been produced relating to the work of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust or using our data, both by our staff and by others, some, of which are listed below.
Reports and summary documents
Bombus Review is our quarterly scientific newsletter, focusing on the 'best' of new bumblebee science from around the world. Below are some past editions however, if you are a member you can sign up to receive the newsletter and access the latest editions via the member portal.
Scientific research featuring the Bumblebee Conservation Trust
Brown, M.J.F., Sainsbury, A.W., Vaughan-Higgins, R.J., Measures, G.H., Jones, C.M., Gammans, N. (2017). Bringing back a healthy buzz? Invertebrate parasites and reintroductions: a case study in bumblebees. Ecohealth 14 (supplement 1), pp. 74-83.
Comont, R.F., & Ashbrook, K. (2017). Harmonia axyridis as a flagship species: evaluating promotional approaches for citizen-science biological recording. Biocontrol 62 (3), PP. 309-318.
Matechou, E., Freeman, S.N., Comont, R. (2018). Caste-Specific Demography and Phenology in Bumblebees: Modelling BeeWalk Data. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 23 (4), PP. 427-445.
Siddharthan, A., Lambin, C., Robinson, A., Sharma, N., Comont, R., O'Mahony, E., Mellish, C. & Van Der Wal, R. (2015). Crowdsourcing without a crowd: Reliable online species identification using Bayesian models to minimize crowd size. ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems & Technology 7 (4), article 45.
If you are looking for copies of our governance documents, you can access them via our How we are run page.