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International Workshop The Role of Landscape Structure in Ecosystem Services Provision: Theory, Methods, and Case studies 会议日程安排 日期 时间 事 宜 负责人/联系人 7-6 上午 8:30-9:00 参会人员进场、签到 9:00-9:20 开幕式-吴孔明、张巍致辞 吴孔明研究员主持 9:20-9:45 张 巍 报 告 :Ecosystem services to 吴孔明研究员主持 agriculture 9:45-10:45 Teja 报 告 :Landscape moderation of 吴孔明研究员主持 biodiversity patterns and ecosystem services such as biological control and pollination 10:45-11:00 茶歇 11:00-12:00 Wopke 报 告 :Introduction to 吴孔明研究员主持 ecological modeling with a focus on the effect of landscape structure on ecosystem services 7-6 下午 13:30-15：10 1 Manipulating plant diversity 张巍主持 enhances biological pest insect control: A case study in wheat field (Yong Liu, Shandong Agricultural University) 2 Economic value of insect pollination on rape and Chinese wolfberry in Northwest China (Sudong Luo, Bee Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 3 Trajectory analysis and population simulation of Helicoverpa armigera migration among Bohai Gulf (Xiaowei Fu, Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 4 Landscape diversity affects agroecosystem services of natural enemies' control on wheat aphid (Lefu Ye, Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 5 Modeling the population dynamics of cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera (H ü bner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) over a wide area in northern China (Hongqiang Feng, Institute of Plant Protection, Henan Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 15：10-15:30 茶歇 15:30-17：10 6 Modeling the population dynamics 张巍主持 of Apolygus lucorum in northern China (Zhengbiao Jiao, Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 7 Volatiles guide Apolygus s lucorum’ preference to Mungbean (Huihui Geng, Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 8 Facultative predation of Apolygus lucorum on Aphis gossypii (Lili Wang, Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 9 Host-plant preference of Apolygus lucorum: a field study (Hongsheng Pang, Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 10 Impact of natural enemies on population dynamics of wheat aphids in northern China (Ali Abid, Institute of Plant Protection, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences) 7-7 上午 9:00-9:15 Welcome and agenda-setting 吴孔明研究员 Mark Rosegrant 9:15–10:00 Wopke 报 告 :Introduction to 张巍主持 ecological modeling: a case study of the biological control of soybean aphids in North America 10:00–10:15 合影 10:00–10:15 茶歇 10:15–11:15 Teja 报 告 :Research methods for 张巍主持 studying the effect of landscape structure on biological control and pollination ecosystem services (case studies, field techniques, experiments and analyses ) 11:15–12:00 Wopke 报 告 :Introduction to 张巍主持 ecological modeling: statistical analysis 会议时间：7 月 6 日全天、7 日上午 会议地点：中国农业科学院植物保护研究所报告厅 欢迎广大师生踊跃参加！ Biographical sketch of invited lecturers: Dr. Teja Tscharntke holds a professorship in Agroecology and is the head of a research group with ca. forty people. Three decades of experience with multitrophic plant-insect interactions, ecosystem services and biodiversity research at local and landscape scales. He has published 166 original papers (ISI Web of Science) and edited three books. He has been ranked the most cited ecologist of the German-speaking countries (Gernmany, Austria, Switzerland). The Georg-August University of the city of Göttingen, Germany, ranks among the best German universities. The University is distinguished by the rich diversity of its subject spectrum with a long-standing tradition in environmental research. Large collaborative ecosystems research projects financed by national and international organizations resulted in substantial progress in ecosystems research, while close cooperation with practice-related departments within the university and with non-university research institutions enables a rapid knowledge transfer into practical agriculture and forestry. Dr. Wopke van der Werf is an associate professor in the Centre for Crop Systems Analysis. He has 25 years research and academic teaching experience in the domain of agro-ecology and ecological modeling. He has authored more than 120 peer reviewed publications, including some in high profile journals such as PNAS and Proceedings of the Royal Society. He is one of the authors of a book on Sampling and Monitoring for Pest Management, published by CABI. Wageningen University, the Netherlands, is one of the leading academic institutions in the life sciences and agriculture in Europe. The institution has a strong international orientation and favors interdisciplinary approaches that combine scientific excellence with societal impact. The institution invests in interdisciplinary research approaches that bridge gaps between natural and social sciences and contribute to innovation.
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