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bioeconomics of managing the spread of exotic pest species with barrier zones
(Ecological Society of America, 1998-08)
Exotic pests are serious threats to North American ecosystems; thus, economic analysis of decisions about eradication, stopping, or slowing their spread may be critical to ecosystem management. We present a model to analyze ...
model of slowing the spread of gypsy moth (lepidoptera : lymantriidae) with a barrier zone
(Ecological Society of America, 1998-11)
When attempts to eradicate an introduced pest species fail and it becomes: established, barrier zones are often used to stop or to slow the spread of the population into uninfested areas. The U.S. Forest Service is currently ...