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September 8, 2010

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A decline in the world’s bee population has been accompanied by a drop in pollination critical to the world’s food supplies, a Canadian researcher says.

A University of Toronto scientist has found the first evidence of a downward trend in pollination and a possible link to climate change as a cause, a university release says.

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James Thomson, a scientist with U of T’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, has spent 17 years examining the wild lily in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and has found a decline in pollination, especially early in the growing season.

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