Climate Change and Insect Biodiversity: Challenges and Implications (Hardcover)
The book explains the significance of insect pests for evaluating climatic impacts on a wide range of ecological systems. It covers the effect of climate change on pollinators, and household and agricultural insect pests.
About the Author
Habib Ali, PhD, is an esteemed researcher specializing in the field of entomology and insect pest control. With a strong academic background and a passion for scientific inquiry, he has made significant contributions to the field through his research work. He earned a doctorate in agricultural entomology and insect pest control, providing him with a solid foundation for his future endeavors.Youming Hou, PhD, is a Distinguished Professor in the Plant Protection Department, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, Fuzhou, China. He also serves as Dean of the College of Plant Protection, Deputy Director of State Key Laboratory, Director of Key Laboratory of Ministry of Education and Fujian Entomological Ecology, and Innovation Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Agriculture in Fujian-Taiwan Crop pest disaster mechanism and control.Muhammad Bilal Tahir, PhD, is a researcher at Khawaja Fareed University of Engineering and Technology, Rahim Yar Khan (KFUEIT), and is currently working on nanotechnology for material processing, photocatalysis, energy and environmental applications, colloids, and surfactants. His initial work was on photocatalysis-based processes for decontamination of pollutants, adsorption of heavy metals in water and oil, and energy production.