Café Scientifique on Tues., Sept. 6, 2022
Integrative Ecology Lab at Temple University
Dr. Matthew Helmus, Principal Investigator
Dr. Stephanie Lewkiewicz, Postdoctoral Researcher
Dr. Nadege Belouard, Postdoctoral Researcher
Dr. Sebastiano De Bona, Postdoctoral Researcher
Café Sci: Spotted Lanternfly: Origins, Impact and Slowing the Spread
The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive forest and grape pest that has rapidly expanded its range from southeastern Pennsylvania to as far as Iowa. The iEcoLab at Temple University develops models of the pest's establishment, transport, and impact potentials so that governmental agencies, farmers, homeowners, and other stakeholders can be better informed and prepare for the pest as it spreads. In this lecture, the members of the iEcoLab present different aspects of their research on modeling Spotted Lanternfly and showcasing some of the web applications that you can use to better understand where the Spotted Lanternfly has been, where it is going, and how to slow its spread.
About the Integrative Ecology Lab (iEcoLab) at Temple University
The iEcoLab is part of the Center for Biodiversity, which encompasses several Temple University laboratories involved in biodiversity research. The mission of the iEcoLab is to integrate biodiversity science with human ecology to understand contemporary patterns of biodiversity and its functioning within ecosystems.
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