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Honeybee Disappearance

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William Wilson

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Transcript of Honeybee Disappearance

INTERESTING DISCOVERIES
The Negative Effects of Industry
HONEYBEE DISAPPEARANCE
HONEYBEE DISAPPEARANCE
Will Wilson
Period 1
Outline
Outline


I. The honeybee
A. How a hive works
B. Importance of pollination
C. Beekeeping in America
II. The dwindling population
A. The disappearance trend
B. Colony Collapse
Disorder
C. Development of a cure


Thesis:
The disappearance of the honeybee in North America, due to the consequences of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) indicates the damaging effects of an industrialized society.


III. The effects of industry
A. Life without the Honeybee
B. An unsustainable growing
system
C. Fixing a broken society

Research Process

THE HONEYBEE
THE HONEYBEE
Works Cited
Works Cited
where did they go?
Honey
industry
agriculture

colony collapse disorder
economy
nectar
beeswax
time
queen
bee
pollination
flowers
ccd
bee hive
pollen
ROYAL jelly
insecticides
pesticides
USDA
poison
nutrition
government
idea
Research Process
ΔΦΕ
ΔΦΕ
Valuable
Valuable
Difficult
Difficult
CONCLUSION
INTERESTING DISCOVERIES
Beekeeping dates back to the ancient Egyptians, where they would go on honey hunts to find hives.
So much of the food we eat is reliant on the work the honey bees do
Several beekeepers have lost millions of bees in a single day.
creating a cohesive report
meeting every deadline ontime
IMPORTANCE OF POLLINATION
IMPORTANCE OF POLLINATION
THE DWINDLING POPULATION
THE DWINDLING POPULATION
COLONY COLLAPSE DISORDER
COLONY COLLAPSE DISORDER
THE EFFECT OF INDUSTRY
THE EFFECT OF INDUSTRY
FIXING A BROKEN SYSTEM
FIXING A BROKEN SYSTEM

how does this affect me?
The intelligence of a hive
Highly social creatures
Migratory Beekeeping
Accounts for 80% of the crops we eat everyday
Agricultural dependence on pollinators
Food Prices
Beekeepers have lost up to 70% of their hives.
All over the world
Little to no warning
The vanishing of the bees has been has been diagnosed as Colony Collapse Disorder or CCD
No simple cause has been discovered.
The USDA has set aside assets to find a cure
The agricultural industry has grown to be more mechanized than ever before
large corporations and a high demand for quick and easy food has forced the system to become more efficient
Society has grown exponentially in the last 100 years.
If we look to our past, we may find solutions to help our futre.
Our reliance on honey bees is greatly threatened by the effects of CCD
Taking ideas from our past may help create a better future.
Finding materials useful for research
Finding reports that did not controdict what others said
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