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Christina  Mogren

Name :

Christina Mogren

Title :

Assistant Researcher

Unit :

Department of Plant & Environmental Protection Sciences

Address :

3050 Maile Way
                    Honolulu, HI 96822

Room :

Gilmore Hall 608

Phone :

(808)956-6745

E-mail :

cmogren@hawaii.edu


Courses:


PEPS 690 - Graduate Seminar in Entomology (Spring 2018)

Professional Interests :


My research program is designed to be both integrated and applied. I am broadly interested in how the landscape can be designed and enhanced to promote pollinator health, particularly by adding flowering plants that meet the nutritional needs of honey bees and other pollinators. I am also working on building an extension program at UH that will provide information to farmers, beekeepers, and the general public on the best management practices for pollinator conservation and agricultural sustainability.

Recent Publications :


Mogren CL, Benítez M-S, McCarter K, Boyer F, Lundgren JG (In Review) The influence of landscape on diet and physiology in Melissodes desponsa and Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Biological Conservation.

Mogren CL, Margotta J, Danka R, Healy, K (In Review) Supplemental carbohydrates influence abiotic stress resistance in honey bees. The Journal of Apicultural Research.

Mogren CL, Lundgren JG (2017) In silico identification of off-target pesticidal dsRNA binding in honey bees. PeerJ 5:e4131.

Mogren, CL, Lundgren JG (2016) Neonicotinoid-contaminated pollinator strips adjacent to cropland reduce honey bee health. Scientific Reports 6: 29608.

Mogren CL, Rand TA, Fausti SW, Lundgren JG (2016) The effects of crop intensification on the diversity of native pollinator communities. Environmental Entomology 45(4): 865-872.