Fabrice Requier,


UMR EGCE; IRD, CNRS, Univ. Paris-Saclay, France


 Fabrice Requier coordinates the BeeConnected project. He is researcher (PhD in Ecology, France) at UMR EGCE with interest in agroecology and pollinator ecology. His research focuses on pollinator responses to changes in landscape structure, exposures to agrochemicals and pressures from (invasive) biotic factors, and the subsequent implications for biological conservation and ecosystem services. For this he generally combine the use of lab experiments, field monitoring and modelling techniques. Much of his research focuses on the development of decision-support tools for informing natural resource policy and management. More information here.

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Publications most relevant to the BeeConnected project


Requier, F., Henry, M., Decourtye, A., Brun, F., Aupinel, P., Rebaudo, F., Bretagnolle, V. (2020) Measuring ontogenetic shifts in central-place foragers: a case study with honey bees. Journal of Animal Ecology https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.13248

Requier, F., Garnery, L., Kohl, P.L., Njovu, H.K., Pirk, C.W.W., Crewe, R.M., Steffan-Dewenter, I. (2019) The conservation of native honey bees is crucial. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 34(9), 789-798.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2019.04.008

Requier, F. (2019) Bee colony health indicators: synthesis and future directions. CAB reviews 14, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1079/PAVSNNR201914056

Requier, F., Rome, Q., Chiron, G., Decante, D., Marion, S., Ménard, M., Muller, F., Villemant, C., Henry, M. (2019) Predation of the invasive Asian hornet-induced risk on honeybee colony collapse affects foraging activity and survival probability of honey bees in Western Europe. Journal of Pest Science 92(2), 567-578. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10340-018-1063-0

Requier, F., Odoux, J.F., Henry, M., Bretagnolle, V. (2017) The carry-over effects of pollen shortage decrease the survival of honeybee colonies in farmlands. Journal of Applied Ecology 54(4), 1161-1170. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12836