Symposium: Outbreak ecology of the eastern spruce budworm – New lessons from the ongoing epidemic in eastern Canada
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Spruce budworm outbreaks occur every ~35 years. Their periodicity and region-wide mortality have intrigued scientists for generations. The last outbreak peaked in 1975. We are currently in the midst of a new outbreak in eastern Canada. A new era of research has began shortly after populations began to rise in 2006. New technology, different spatial patterns and novel responses to the outbreak are setting it apart from outbreaks of the past. We address several spatial scales and levels of structural organisation, that will be of interest to theoretical and applied entomologists.
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