Tino Johansson

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Geographical Information Systems (GIS) have not yet been widely introduced to secondary school geography education in Finland. However, in the outline of the new national curriculum for upper secondary schools, GIS is incorporated into the elective, advanced geography course. The Finnish universities will therefore face new challenges in reconstructing(More)
Lepidopteran stem borers are among the most important pests of maize in East Africa. The objective of the present study was to predict the impact of temperature change on the distribution and abundance of the crambid Chilo partellus, the noctuid Busseola fusca, and their larval parasitoids Cotesia flavipes and Cotesia sesamiae at local scale along(More)
SUMMARY GISAS (Geographical Information Systems Applications for Schools) is an educational and research project funded by the European Commission Minerva program during 2003-2006. The project has focused on the incorporation of basic desktop GIS technology into geography and environmental education at the European secondary and upper secondary schools. The(More)
Climate change is a global concern, requiring local scale spatially continuous dataset and modeling of meteorological variables. This dataset article provided the interpolated temperature, rainfall and relative humidity dataset at local scale along Taita Hills and Mount Kilimanjaro altitudinal gradients in Kenya and Tanzania, respectively. The temperature(More)
There is a scarcity of laboratory and field-based results showing the movement of the diamondback moth (DBM) Plutella xylostella (L.) across a spatial scale. We studied the population growth of the diamondback moth (DBM) Plutella xylostella (L.) under six constant temperatures, to understand and predict population changes along altitudinal gradients and(More)
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