Your Source for Pollinator Action and Information.
 
By facilitating information access and exchange, the IABIN PTN will support successful monitoring and management of pollinator populations throughout the western hemisphere.

   

Principal Investigators

The Pollinator Partnership online at http://www.pollinator.org/Laurie Davies Adams 
Executive Director
Pollinator Partnership
423 Washington Street, 5th Fl.
San Francisco, CA 94111
USA
Tel: 415.362.1137 (USA) 
Fax: 415.362.3070 (USA)
Email:
URL: www.pollinator.org

The Pollinator Partnership (P2) is the administrative lead for the IABIN Pollinators Thematic Network and works with others to contribute management, communication, information technology and scientific expertise. Founded in 1997, the 501(c)3  Pollinator Partnership (P2) works to protect the health of managed and native pollinating animals vital to our North American ecosystems and agriculture. P2 is a premiere source of information for consumers, gardeners, land managers, educators, resource managers, producers, and farmers to help pollinators, essential components for all of life. As one of its many projects, P2 manages the North American Pollinator Protection Campaign (NAPPC) a collaborative, international group of over 130 organizations and individuals that promote and implement a continent-wide Action Plan to encourage activities to protect the numbers and health of all pollinating animals.

Dr. Antonio Mauro Saraiva 
University of Sao Paulo. Online at http://www.usp.br/Coordinator, Agricultural Automation Lab
University of São Paulo Polytechnic School
Caixa Postal 61548
São Paulo - SP, Brazil 05424-970 
Tel: +55-11-3091-5366 (Brazil)
Fax: +55-11-3091-5294 (Brazil)
Email: saraiva@usp.br
URL: www.laa.pcs.poli.usp.br
The laboratories of Dr. Antonio Mauro Saraiva (Laboratory of Agricultural Automation, Polytechnic School) and of Dr. Vera Fonseca (Laboratory of Bees, Institute of Biosciences) are based at the University of Sao Paulo. They have collaborated to build WebBee, a network of information on the biodiversity of Brazilian bees. It integrates information on the biology of bees and their text, images and videos. It provides a single platform of Internet software for researchers and specialists to share digital content and provide materials for long distance education.

Dr. Michael Ruggiero
Research Associate
Smithsonian Institution
P.O. Box 37012
NMNH, Room CE-120, MRC - 0180
Washington, DC 20013-7012 USA
Tel: 202-633-2148 (USA) 
Fax: 202-786-2934 (USA) 
Email: ruggierm(at)si.edu
URL: http://www.itis.gov/

Additional Support:

University of Sao Paulo. Online at http://www.usp.br/Prof. Dr. Pedro Luiz Pizzigatti Corrêa
Lecturer School of Engineering, Computer Engineering Department
University of São Paulo Polytechnic School 
PB: 61548 São Paulo-SP, Brazil 05508-900
Phone: +55-11-3091-5366 (Brazil)
Fax: +55-11-3091-5294 (Brazil)
Email: pedro.correa(at)poli.usp.br
URL: http://www.laa.pcs.poli.usp.br
Personal URL: http://www.poli.usp.br/Organizacao/Departamentos/shownamedoc.asp?codpes=1357852


The Pollinator Partnership online at http://www.pollinator.org/IABIN PTN Questionnaire
IABIN-PTN Coordinator
The Pollinator Partnership
423 Washington St. 5th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111 USA
Email: info at pollinator.org