Sunday, 17 November 2002: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 305 (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Contour Mapping and Interpretation of Spatial Insect Counts

Session Chair(s): Christian Nansen
Moderator(s): David K. Weaver
Richard Arbogast
8:00 AMWelcoming Remarks
8:05 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:20 AM0073Implicit assumptions in contour mapping of spatial insect counts
Christian Nansen
8:40 AM0074From traditional to site-specific IPM: Developing sampling plans, choosing interpolators, and resultant map usefulness
Randy Weisz, Shelby Fleischer
9:00 AM0075Optimization of sampling designs for estimation of pest density surfaces
Andrew Liebhold
9:20 AM0076Mapping pest populations in sweet corn with GPS/GIS in New Jersey: Production, dissemination, and modeling
Kristian Holmstrom
9:40 AM0077Meaning and practical value of spatial analysis in management of storage pests
Richard Arbogast
10:00 AMBreak
10:10 AM0078Exploring the spatial structure of wheat stem sawfly and braconid parasitoid populations in Montana wheat fields
David K. Weaver
10:30 AM0079Evaluating host acceptance through SADIE analysis of herbivore ovipostion patterns
Sharlene E. Sing
10:50 AM0080Community analysis of insects associations in stored corn in a storage facility in Wisconsin
Christian Nansen, Thomas W. Phillips
11:10 AM0081Remote sensing to detect the occurrence and spatial distribution of greenbugs in wheat fields
Norman C. Elliott, Zhiming Yang, Mahesh Rao, Frank R. Schiebe, S. Dean Kindler, A. Dewain Davis, Kristopher Giles
11:30 AM0082Spatiotemporal distribution of insect populations in heterogeneous landscapes: Problems with sampling, analysis, and interpretation
Carlyle C. Brewster, Erin L. Holden

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition