Symposium: Socioeconomic Drivers of Global Insect Invasions
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Insect invasions are largely an unintended consequence of globalization. In this session, we assemble entomologists and economists who will describe socioeconomic drivers of historical insect invasions globally. Geographical and temporal variation of invasions among insect taxa, is explained in part by, transport pathways and the socioeconomic forces driving these pathways. Biogeographic characteristics of source species pools and properties of invaded habitats interact with these external drivers. This information has implications for quarantine policies for invasions under globalization.
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