Climate suitability and management of the gypsy moth invasion into Canada

@article{Rgnire2008ClimateSA,
  title={Climate suitability and management of the gypsy moth invasion into Canada},
  author={Jacques R{\'e}gni{\`e}re and Vince Nealis and Kevin Porter},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2008},
  volume={11},
  pages={135-148}
}
The gypsy moth has become established throughout southern Canada east of Lake Superior where the climate is suitable for the completion of its univoltine life cycle. The spread of the gypsy moth to the north and west in Canada has so far been prevented by climatic barriers and host plant availability as well as by aggressive eradication of incipient populations. Climate change is expected to increase the area of climatic suitability and result in greater overlap with susceptible forest types… CONTINUE READING

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