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1. Barbehenn, Raymond V. (Departments of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology and Ecology, and Evolutionary Biology)
地址： University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1048, USA
My main interests involve the population ecology of the gypsy moth. Specifically, I am interested in the population dynamics of this species in different geographical areas and understanding the mechanisms responsible for the periodic oscillations that are typically observed. This work includes studies of gypsy moth natural enemies, including predators, parasitoids and pathogens. I am also very interested in the invasion dynamics of this species. Specifically, I am interested in the processes operating during the establishment of isolated gypsy moth populations and their spread once established. Much of my work involves population models. I am also interested in world variation in the ecology of gypsy moth in various types of forest ecosystems.
地址： 180 Canfield Street, Morgantown, WV26505 USA
3. Tobin, Patrick (Research Ecologist, Ecology and Management of Invasive Species and Forest Ecosystems
Patrick Tobin's research focuses on the invasion dynamics of gypsy moth with particular attention to the factors and processes that influence the rate of gypsy moth establishment and spread in new habitats. He also examines interactions between entomopathogens and gypsy moth along the leading edge of the invasion front, and the role that changing climates may have on gypsy moth invasion dynamics and its interactions with host plant trees and natural enemies. Lastly, he is also examining the role of trophic interactions on the synchrony of gypsy moth outbreaks.
地址： Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Northern Research Station180 Canfield Street, Morgantown, WV 26505-3180, USA.