Jason W. Chapman

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Publications of Jason W. Chapman (18 listed):

Pest Management Science (2020) 76, 454-463
Xi-Jie Li, Ming-Fei Wu, Jian Ma, Bo-Ya Gao, Qiu-Lin Wu, Ai-Dong Chen, Jie Liu, Yu-Ying Jiang, Bao-Ping Zhai, Regan Early, Jason W. Chapman and Gao Hu (2020)
Prediction of migratory routes of the invasive fall armyworm in eastern China using a trajectory analytical approach

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2020) 22, 41-49
Xiongbing Tu, Gao Hu, Xiaowei Fu, Yunhui Zhang, Jian Ma, Yunping Wang, Philip J.L. Gould, Guilin Du, Hongtian Su, Zehua Zhang and Jason W. Chapman (2020)
Mass windborne migrations extend the range of the migratory locust in East China

Annual Review of Entomology (2019) 64, 277-295
Christopher M. Jones, Hazel Parry, Wee Tek Tay, Don R. Reynolds and Jason W. Chapman (2019)
Movement ecology of pest Helicoverpa: Implications for ongoing spread

Journal of Pest Science (2019) 92, 417-428
Gao Hu, Ming-Hong Lu, Don R. Reynolds, Hai-Kou Wang, Xiao Chen, Wan-Cai Liu, Feng Zhu, Xiang-Wen Wu, Feng Xia, Miao-Chang Xie, Xia-Nian Cheng, Ka-Sing Lim, Bao-Ping Zhai and Jason W. Chapman (2019)
Long-term seasonal forecasting of a major migrant insect pest: the brown planthopper in the Lower Yangtze River Valley

Ecological Entomology (2018) 43, 397-411
Melissa Minter, Aislinn Pearson, Ka S. Lim, Kenneth Wilson, Jason W. Chapman and Christopher M. Jones (2018)
The tethered flight technique as a tool for studying life-history strategies associated with migration in insects

Pest Management Science (2017) 73, 1076-1082
Alice L. Mauchline, Samantha M. Cook, Wilf Powell, Jason W. Chapman and Juliet L. Osborne (2017)
Migratory flight behaviour of the pollen beetle Meligethes aeneus

Molecular Ecology (2015) 24, 4901-4911
Christopher M. Jones, Alexie Papanicolaou, George K. Mironidis, John Vontas, Yihua Yang, Ka S. Lim, John G. Oakeshott, Chris Bass and Jason W. Chapman (2015)
Genomewide transcriptional signatures of migratory flight activity in a globally invasive insect pest

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2014) 104, 601-609
X.-W. Fu, C. Li, H.-Q. Feng, Z.-F. Liu, J.W. Chapman, D.R. Reynolds and K.-M. Wu (2014)
Seasonal migration of Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) over the Bohai Sea in northern China

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2009) 99, 525-535
C.R. Wood, D.R. Reynolds, P.M. Wells, J.F. Barlow, I.P. Woiwod and J.W. Chapman (2009)
Flight periodicity and the vertical distribution of high-altitude moth migration over southern Britain

Ecological Entomology (2006) 31, 378-388
Jason W. Chapman, Don R. Reynolds, Stephen J. Brooks, Alan D. Smith and Ian P. Woiwod (2006)
Seasonal variation in the migration strategies of the green lacewing Chrysoperla carnea species complex

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2005) 95, 259-274
D.R. Reynolds, J.W. Chapman, A.S. Edwards, A.D. Smith, C.R. Wood, J.F. Barlow and I.P. Woiwod (2005)
Radar studies of the vertical distribution of insects migrating over southern Britain: the influence of temperature inversions on nocturnal layer concentrations

Ecological Entomology (2002) 27, 641-650
Jason W. Chapman, Don R. Reynolds, Alan D. Smith, Joe R. Riley, David E. Pedgley and Ian P. Woiwod (2002)
High-altitude migration of the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella to the U.K.: a study using radar, aerial netting, and ground trapping

Biocontrol Science and Technology (2001) 11, 649-662
A. Escribano, T. Williams, D. Goulson, R.D. Cave, J.W. Chapman and P. Caballero (2001)
Consequences of interspecific competition on the virulence and genetic composition of a nucleopolyhedrovirus in Spodoptera frugiperda larvae parasitized by Chelonus insularis

Bulletin of Entomological Research (1999) 89, 493-498
D. Goulson, W.O.H. Hughes and J.W. Chapman (1999)
Fly populations associated with landfill and composting sites used for household refuse disposal

Medical and Veterinary Entomology (1999) 13, 132-138
J.W. Chapman, J.J. Knapp and D. Goulson (1999)
Visual responses of Musca domestica to pheromone impregnated targets in poultry units

Ecological Entomology (1999) 24, 268-275
Jason W. Chapman, T. Williams, A. Escribano, P. Caballero, R.D. Cave and D. Goulson (1999)
Age-related cannibalism and horizontal transmission of a nuclear polyhedrosis virus in larval Spodoptera frugiperda

Journal of Economic Entomology (1998) 91, 915-922
Jason W. Chapman, Philip E. Howse, Jennifer J. Knapp and Dave Goulson (1998)
Evaluation of three (Z)-g tricosene formulations for control of Musca domestica (Diptera : Muscidae) in caged-layer poultry units

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (1998) 89, 183-192
Jason W. Chapman, Jennifer J. Knapp, Philip E. Howse and Dave Goulson (1998)
An evaluation of (Z)-9-tricosene and food odours for attracting house flies, Musca domestica, to baited targets in deep-pit poultry units