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Jerry Bromenshenk, Robert A Seccomb, Steven D Rice, Robert T Etter: Honey bee monitoring system for monitoring bee colonies in a hive. The University of Montana, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, June 28, 2005: US06910941 (5 worldwide citation)

An integrated bee monitoring system for monitoring bee colonies in a hive has a central microprocessor, at least two input transducers and at least two output signals. Input transducers include sensors which report the status of the colonies including colony weight, temperature, and relative humidit ...


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Jerry Bromenshenk, Robert A Seccomb, Steven D Rice, Robert T Etter, Colin B Henderson: Method and apparatus for conditioning honey bees. The University of Montana, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, May 24, 2005: US06896579 (1 worldwide citation)

A method to condition honey bees to search for a non-rewarding producing target odor source enables bees to identify a number of chemical substances such as those associated with unexploded ordnances, land mines, and illicit drug laboratories. Further, the subject method can be used to increase poll ...


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Jerry J Bromenshenk, Colin B Henderson, Robert A Seccomb, Steven D Rice, Robert T Etter: Honey bee acoustic recording and analysis system for monitoring hive health. Jean Kyle, June 23, 2009: US07549907 (1 worldwide citation)

A hardware system for recording honey bee acoustics coupled with software for filtering, summarizing and analyzing acoustic data detects and identifies airborne toxics. Summary data is analyzed using routine statistical procedures to associate sound spectra with acoustic variations produced by speci ...


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Jerry Bromenshenk, Robert A Seccomb, Steven D Rice, Robert T Etter, Colin B Henderson: Method and apparatus for conditioning honey bees. Jean Kyle, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik PC, April 22, 2004: US20040077289-A1

A method to condition honey bees to search for a non-reward producing target odor source is described. The method can be used to enable bees to identify a number of chemical substances such as those associated with unexploded ordinances, land mines, and illicit drug laboratories. Further, the subjec ...


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Jerry Bromenshenk, Robert A Seccomb, Steven D Rice, Robert T Etter: Honey bee monitoring system for monitoring bee colonies in a hive. Jean Kyle, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik PC, April 22, 2004: US20040077290-A1

An integrated bee monitoring system for monitoring bee colonies in a hive is described. The system has a central microprocessor, at least two input transducers and at least two output signals. Input transducer include sensors which report the status of the colonies including colony weight, temperatu ...


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Jerry J Bromenshenk, Colin B Henderson, Robert A Seccomb, Steven D Rice, Robert T Etter: Honey bee acoustic recording and analysis system for monitoring hive health. Jean Kyle, September 27, 2007: US20070224914-A1

A hardware system for recording honey bee acoustics coupled with software for filtering, summarizing and analyzing acoustic data detects and identifies airborne toxics. Summary data is analyzed using routine statistical procedures to associate sound spectra with acoustic variations produced by speci ...