Rui Catarino
Rui Catarino
European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Sustainable Resources Directorate, Food Security
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The impact of secondary pests on Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) crops
R Catarino, G Ceddia, FJ Areal, J Park
Plant biotechnology journal 13 (5), 601-612, 2015
Bee pollination outperforms pesticides for oilseed crop production and profitability
R Catarino, V Bretagnolle, T Perrot, F Vialloux, S Gaba
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1912), 20191550, 2019
Experimental and empirical evidence shows that reducing weed control in winter cereal fields is a viable strategy for farmers
R Catarino, S Gaba, V Bretagnolle
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
An Actor-Oriented Multi-Criteria Assessment Framework to Support a Transition Towards Sustainable Agricultural Systems Based on Crop Diversification
I Iocola, F Angevin, C Bockstaller, R Catarino, M Curran, A Messéan, ...
Sustainability 12 (13), 5434, 2020
Ecology for Sustainable and Multifunctional Agriculture
S Gaba, A Alignier, S Aviron, S Barot, M Blouin, M Hedde, F Jabot, ...
Sustainable Agriculture Reviews 28, 1-46, 2018
Managing maize under pest species competition: Is Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) maize the solution?
R Catarino, G Ceddia, F Areal, N Parisey, J Park
Ecosphere 7 (6), 2016
Spatially explicit economic effects of non-susceptible pests' invasion on Bt maize
R Catarino, F Areal, J Park, N Parisey
Agricultural Systems 175, 22-33, 2019
A Nature-based solution in practice: ecological and economic modelling shows pollinators outperform agrochemicals in oilseed crop production
R Catarino, V Bretagnolle, T Perrot, F Vialloux, S Gaba
bioRxiv, 628123, 2019
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