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Modelling Mountain Pine Beetle Population Dynamics and Management: A Case Study from the Cypress HillsDownload
Outbreaks of insects are one of the main sources of disturbance in North American pine forests. The huge economic and ecological consequences of these outbreaks emphasize the need for effective pest management. For example, the mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae, Hopkins 1902) has...
Species interactions are thought to underlie the stability of ecosystems, and nowhere is studying such interactions more important than the rapidly changing Arctic. The foraging behaviour of generalist consumers is influenced by the abundance of multiple resources, and generalists are thought to...