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Record number 401477
Title Modelling and valuating the effects of landscape management on the ecosystem service of biological control - a spatial dynamic perspective
Author(s) Werf, W. van der
Source In: IOBC/WPRS Landscape management for functional biodiversity, Cambridge, UK, 29 June - 1 July 2010. - Darmstadt, Germany : IOBC/WPRS - ISBN 9789290672302 - p. 121 - 124.
Event Darmstadt, Germany : IOBC/WPRS - ISBN 9789290672302 IOBC/WPRS Working Group Landscape management for functional biodiversity, Cambridge, 2010-06-29/2010-07-01
Department(s) Crop and Weed Ecology
PE&RC
Publication type Abstract in scientific journal or proceedings
Publication year 2010
Abstract Biological control of crop pests is affected by a broad range of organisms which need a variety of resources in the crop and non-crop elements in the landscape to complete their life cycles. The effect of enemies on the population dynamics of pests depends on enemy density and diversity, and is critically affected by spatial and temporal scales. Recent studies illustrate how models can help to bridge those scales and quantify: (1) the relationship between sink-source distance in the landscape and time of colonization; (2) the relationship between time of colonization and enemy impact on pest population dynamics; (3) the relationship between enemy impacts, crop damage, and economic loss. Such models help to predict the effect of landscape and crop management on the effectiveness of ecosystem services. They are indispensible tools for integrating information across spatial and temporal scales, and translate ecological thinking into economic valuation
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