Symposium: Global change impacts on insect ecology, trophic interactions and diversity
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We have witnessed serious loss of species in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Insects diversity is rapidly declining with time due to a myriad of factors such as climate change, human population expansion and land use/cover change, invasive species and changing dynamic in crop management practices towards intensification. Lack of- or rapidly declining capacity to monitor this decline further aggravates the situation. There is an urgent need to assess and rank these diverse factors declining diversity and ecology of insects and develop a clear plan of action to develop mitigation strategies.
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