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Research Project: Ecology and Biologically-based Management Systems for Insect Pests in Agricultural Landscapes in the Southeastern Region

Location: Southeast Watershed Research

Title: Snapshots of biodiversity in Georgia agroecosystems

Author
item Thompson, Melissa - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
item Halliday, Pam - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
item Xavier, Shereen - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
item Whitehouse, Seth - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
item Olson, Dawn
item Coffin, Alisa
item Sial, Ash - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
item Toews, Mike - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
item Schmidt, Jason - UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA

Submitted to: South Carolina Entomological Society
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: 3/9/2018
Publication Date: 4/5/2018
Citation: Thompson, M., Halliday, P., Xavier, S., Whitehouse, S., Olson, D.M., Coffin, A.W., Sial, A., Toews, M., Schmidt, J. 2018. Snapshots of biodiversity in Georgia agroecosystems. South Carolina Entomological Society. April 4-6, 2018, Helen, GA.

Interpretive Summary: Georgia agricultural landscapes are composed of a diversity of commodities. Here we present biodiversity and biotic interaction data from multiple agricultural systems including: cotton, corn, peanut, blueberry and non-cropping wildflower areas over multiple years. Our goal is to better understand the dynamics of these systems to improve insect mediated ecosystem services.

Technical Abstract: Georgia agricultural landscapes are composed of a diversity of commodities. Here we present biodiversity and biotic interaction data from multiple agricultural systems including: cotton, corn, peanut, blueberry and non-cropping wildflower areas over multiple years. Our goal is to better understand the dynamics of these systems to improve insect mediated ecosystem services.