Tracking insect outbreaks: a case study of community-assisted moth monitoring using sex pheromone traps
Carleton, R.D.; Owens, E; Blaquière, H.; Bourassa, S.; Bowden, J.; Candau, J.-N.; DeMerchant, I.; Edwards, S; Huestis, A.; James, P.M.A.; Kanoti, A.M.; MacQuarrie, C.J.K.; Martel, V.; Moise, E.R.D.; Pureswaran, D.S.; Shanks, E.; Johns, R.C.
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Lagged cumulative spruce budworm defoliation affects the risk of fire ignition in Ontario, Canada.
Modeling landscape-level spatial variation in sex ratio skew in the mountain pine beetle (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Life-stage differences in spatial genetic structure in an irruptive forest insect: implications for dispersal and spatial synchrony.
Identifying significant scale-specific spatial boundaries using wavelets and null models: spruce budworm defoliation in Ontario, Canada as a case study.