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Progress in research on the responses of insects to global climate change
Author of the article:SUN Yu-Cheng** GUO Hui-Juan GE Feng***
Author's Workplace:State Key Laboratory of Integrated Management of Pest Insects and Rodents, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China
Key Words: insect, climate change, global warming, elevated CO2, elevated O3, drought and precipitation, atmospheric nitrogen deposition
Abstract:The study of insect responses to global climate change is an important branch in the field of global change biology which is concerned with the characteristics, mechanism and rules involved in insect responses to climate change. Insect responses to global climate change have gradually become a hot topic in Entomology and Ecology since the 1980s. In recent years, a series of important findings have been made by Chinese scholars in this field, which has also been a focus of research for the international community. This review mainly focuses on the 5 most widely studied, key factors involved in global climate change. We provide an overview of the progress in research on insect responses to global warming, elevated CO2 and O3, moisture, and atmospheric nitrogen deposition. By highlighting specific case studies and summarizing overall progress in the field, we compare research methods, systems and ideas in China with those in other countries. Finally, we suggest directions for future research in this field based on the current situation.
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