We asked how pollinator abundance and community composition varied with distance from logging roads and elevation in old (logged > 90 years ago) and young (logged 20-40 years ago) southern Appalachian forests (USA). At 15 previously logged sites along an elevation gradient, insect pollinators were sampled at 5 distances from logging roads during summer 2010 and spring 2011 using pan traps.
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