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Anders Huseth

Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist

Forecasting Landscape and Environmental Change, Agricultural Pests

Entomology and Plant Pathology


Anders uses geospatial analytics to understand how crop production patterns affect insect pest populations. He applies spatio-temporal models to understand how agricultural pests respond to agroecosystem structure and whether this knowledge can be leveraged to reduce pesticide use. Results of his research defines crop infestation risk and damage mitigation strategies for crops in North Carolina. Other interests include pesticide resistance evolution, predator-prey interactions within managed landscapes and remote sensing for agriculture.

Anders leads the Precision Pest Ecology Lab, which integrates geospatial approaches to improve understanding of agricultural pest problems at multiple spatial and temporal scales.


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