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These allow for future forecasts of climate change to be incorporated into species distribution models. , 2008; Mika and Newman, 2010). , 2011). g. , 2013). Selection of the most appropriate model requires careful consideration of the species and the data available for the species, which will be different in terms of forms and amount. There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach for modelling pest insect species, and this needs to be taken into consideration. , 2010). There is a wealth of literature on the application of different species distribution models, and there are many debates surrounding the application and validation of such models.
Predicting response to climate change for pest insect species will benefit greatly from advances in species distribution modelling to include knowledge of The authors thank Ary Hoffmann, Paul Umina and Sarina Macfadyen for valuable discussion. G. C. (1982) Selections from the Distribution and Abundance of Animals. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 275 pages. M. J. (2010) Limits to the niche and range margins of alien species. Oikos 119, 1377–1386. M. S. (2012) Effects of acclimation and latitude on the activity thresholds of the aphid Myzus persicae in Europe.
This is run across weekly values throughout a year and then combined into a yearly summary of population growth and survival seasons (adapted and redrawn from Sutherst, 2003). In this way, models can be run for a given locality or across gridded spatial predictors, to produce maps of geographic suitability based on the ecoclimatic index. By running the model on future climate scenarios, CLIMEX is able to avoid the inherent issues of extrapolation that correlative models incur. Mechanistic models take physiological information measured on the species to deﬁne limits to distributions based on processes and ecophysiological proﬁles.