Effects on pollinator-flower visit frequency observed between shade conditions beneath white backed, black backed, and bifacial simulated solar panels placed over Symphytum officinale and Pentaglottis Sempervirens, during summer 2021 in Hertfordshire, UK

Halford, Jamie (2021). Effects on pollinator-flower visit frequency observed between shade conditions beneath white backed, black backed, and bifacial simulated solar panels placed over Symphytum officinale and Pentaglottis Sempervirens, during summer 2021 in Hertfordshire, UK. Student research project for the Open University module SXE390 Environmental Sciences Project Module

This dissertation was produced by a student studying the Open University module SXE390 Environmental Sciences Project Module. The research showcased here achieved a grade in either the Pass 1 band (equivalent to a 1st) or the Pass 2 band (equivalent to a 2.i).
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21954/ou.ro.000141fc

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