Dissemination of the results relevant to the 'virtual farm' concept and stochastic modelling of insect-driven processes



Peer-reviewed publications:

Lux, S. A. (2018). Individual-based modelling approach to assessment of the impacts of landscape complexity and climate on dispersion, detectability and fate of incipient medfly populations. Frontiers in Physiology, 8,1121. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphys.2017.01121

Papadopoulos N., Lux S.A., Köppler K., Belien T. 2017. Invertebrate and Vertebrate Pests: Biology and Management, in: Cherries: Botany Production and Uses. Eds. Quero-Garcia J., Iezzoni A., Lang G., Puławska J. CABI. ISBN-10: 1780648375, ISBN-13: 978-1780648378

Lux, S. A., Michalska, K., Wnuk, A., Palijczuk, D., Vogt, H., Hernik, T., Studnicki, M. 2017. Female age as a factor determining the patterns of tree-canopy utilisation by the European cherry fruit fly, Rhagoletis cerasi. Int. Journal of Pest Management. DOI: 10.1080/09670874.2016.1277802

Lux, S. A., Wnuk, A., Vogt, H., Belien, T., Spornberger A. et al. 2016. Validation of individual-based Markov-like stochastic process model of insect behaviour and a ‘virtual farm’ concept for enhancement of site-specific IPM. Front. Physiol. 7:363. doi: 10.3389/fphys.2016.00363

Lux S.A. 2014. PESTonFARM - stochastic model of on-farm insect behaviour and their response to IPM interventions. J Appl. Entomol., 138: pp 458-467. DOI: 10.1111/jen.12083 (Fist published online: 24 Sep 2013)

Book chapters:

Belien T., Lux S.A., DeKetelaere B., Bylemans D. 2019. Improving monitoring and forecasting in integrated management of fruit arthropod pests. ‘Integrated management of diseases and insect pests of tree fruit (Ed. Prof. Xiangming Xu and Dr. Michelle Fountain), Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing.

Papadopoulos N., Lux S.A., Köppler K., Belien T. 2017. Invertebrate and Vertebrate Pests: Biology and Management. in: Cherries: Botany Production and Uses. Eds. Quero-Garcia J., Iezzoni A., Lang G., Puławska J. CABI. ISBN-10: 1780648375, ISBN-13: 978-1780648378

Conference presentations:

Lux S.A. 2018. How long can medfly survive being undetected? Modelling incipient medfly populations in landscapes and climates of varying complexity. The 10th International Symposium on Fruit Flies of Economic Importance, Tapachula, Mexico, 23-27 April 2018

Lux S.A. 2016. Potential for application of a ‘virtual cherry farm’ based on stochastic simulation of the on-farm pest behaviour. IOBC 9th International Conference on Integrated Fruit Production, September 4th-8th, Thessaloniki, Greece

Lux S.A., Wnuk A., Vogt H., Belien T., Sportnberger A., Studnicki M. 2016. On-farm validation of a ‘virtual cherry farm’ concept based on a stochastic simulation model used as a tool for enhancement of site-specific IPM. COST meeting 4-8 April 2016, Naousa, Greece

Lux S.A., Vogt H., Wnuk A. 2014. Impacts of the cherry-market trends on R. cerasi on-farm behaviour and IPM. COST/INRA meeting 13-15 October 2014, Bordeaux, France,

Lux S.A., Vogt H., Wnuk A. 2014. Modeling on-farm movements of Rhagoletis cerasi and its implications for IPM. IOBC Working Group "Integrated Plant Protection in Fruit Crops" Sub Groups "Pome fruit arthropods" and "Stone fruits" AGES, Vienna (Austria): 06-09 October 2014.

Lux S.A. 2014. Insect Trapping, Detection and Surveillance. Summer Training School, organised at the Thessaly University in Volos, Greece, under the COST FA1104, 1-6 Sep. 2014

Lux S.A. 2014. Site-specific pest management, concepts and tools: from pest ethology through modelling to pest management. Summer Training School, organized at the Thessaly University in Volos, Greece, under the COST FA1104, 1-6 Sep. 2014

Lux S.A. 2014. Agent-based modelling for site-specific ‘Precision IPM’ – appraisal of research priorities. Opportunities for enhancement of Integrated Pest Management, April 1-3 2014, Warsaw, Poland.

Lux S.A. 2014. Influence of grower and consumer preferrencies on on-farm behaviour of Rhagoletis cerasi. Opportunities for enhancement of Integrated Pest Management, April 1-3 2014, Warsaw, Poland.

Lux S.A., Vogt H., Koeppler K., Wnuk A. 2014. Calibrating PESTonFARM model for ‘Precision IPM’ pf the European cherry fruit fly. Opportunities for enhancement of Integrated Pest Management, April 1-3 2014, Warsaw, Poland.

Lux S.A. 2013. Stochastic model of on-farm behaviour of the cherry fruit fly, R. cerasi, under the challenge of IPM. Workshop: WG3-COST (FA1104), “Advances and prospects on monitoring and modelling of Drosophila suzukii in Europe”. Wadenswil, Switzerland,26-27 March 2013 (invited lecture). Book of Abstracts p. 17.

Lux S.A. 2013. Stochastic model of on-farm behaviour of the cherry fruit fly, R. cerasi, under the challenge of IPM. Conference: Future IPM in Europe, Riva del Garda, Italy, March 2013, In: Book of abstracts p 81 http://futureipm.eu

Lux S.A. 2012. Stochastic models simulating on-farm pest behaviour and its responses to IPM interventions. Symposium: TEAM - Tephritid Workers of Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Kolymbari, Greece, 3-6 July 2012, In: Abstracts, “Biological invasions of Tephritidae: ecological and economic impacts”, ZITI Publications Greece, pp. 18.

Lux S.A. 2012. Application of stochastic simulation of pest behaviour for development of IPM - R. cerasi case. Sustainable production of high-quality cherries for the european market. 1st Working Group and 2nd Management Committee Meetings, COST Action FA1104, 21-23 November 2012, Palermo, Italy.
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