Curr Forestry Rep (2017) 3:255–268 DOI 10.1007/s40725-017-0061-4 FOREST ENTOMOLOGY (E BROCKERHOFF, SECTION EDITOR) Climate Analyses to Assess Risks from Invasive Forest Insects: Simple Matching to Advanced Models Robert C. Venette Published online: 22 May 2017 Springer International Publishing AG (outside the USA) 2017 Abstract development and publication exist. More applications of spe- Purpose of Review The number of invasive alien insects that cies distribution models to forest insects are needed in the adversely affect trees and forests continues to increase as do peer-reviewed literature to ensure the credibility of pest risk associated ecological, economic, and sociological impacts. maps for regulatory decision making, to deepen understanding Prevention strategies remain the most cost-effective approach of the factors that dictate species’ distributions, and to better to address the issue, but risk management decisions, particu- characterize uncertainties associated with these models. larly those affecting international trade, must be supported by . . scientifically credible pest risk assessments. Pest risk assess- Keywords Pest risk assessment Species distribution model . . . ments typically include an evaluation of the suitability of the MaxEnt CLIMEX Bioclim Alien insect climate for pest establishment within an area of concern. A number of species distribution models have been developed
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