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Analyzing the movement of an invasive weevil (Polydrusus sericeus) using stable IsotopesAuthor(s): Joanne Lund; Paula Marquardt; William Jr. Mattson
Source: In: 95th Ecological Society of America annual meeting; 2010 Aug 1-6; Pittsburgh, PA. Abstract.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionTo better understand the response of insect populations to increasing CO2 and O3, we used ratios of stable carbon isotopes (d 13C) to trace the movement of an invasive insect in mixed tree communities grown under different air quality conditions. Polydrusus sericeus is a non-native weevil commonly found in the northern hardwood forests of Wisconsin and Michigan, USA.
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CitationLund, Joanne; Marquardt, Paula; Mattson, William Jr. 2010. Analyzing the movement of an invasive weevil (Polydrusus sericeus) using stable Isotopes. In: 95th Ecological Society of America annual meeting; Aug 1-6, Pittsburgh, PA. Abstract.
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