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Physiologically based demographic models integrated into geographic information systems for ecologically based pest management in perennial Mediterranean agroecosystems under climate change



Physiologically based demographic models integrated into geographic information systems for ecologically based pest management in perennial Mediterranean agroecosystems under climate change








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