Corvinus
Corvinus

Klímaváltozás és az európai lepkeszúnyogok. Az areamodellezés módszertani kérdései

Bede-Fazekas, Ákos and Trájer, Attila János (2013) Klímaváltozás és az európai lepkeszúnyogok. Az areamodellezés módszertani kérdései. In: Tudományos Próbapálya. Professzorok az Európai Magyarországért Egyesület, Budapest, pp. 575-582. . ISBN 979-963-88433-8-8

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Abstract

The future northward expansion of the arthropod vectors of leishmaniasis caused by climate change seems to be essential veterinary and medical problem. Our aim was to build and evaluate a Climate Envelope Model (CEM) to assess the potential effects of climate change on five European sandfly species. The studied species – Phlebotomus ariasi Tonn., P. neglectus Tonn., P. papatasi Scop., P. perfiliewi Parrot, P. perniciosus Newst., P. sergenti Parrot, P. similis Perfiliev, P. tobbi Adler, Theodor et Lourie – are important vectors of the parasite Leishmania infantum or other Leishmania species. The projections were based on REMO regional climate model with European domain. The climate data were available in a 25 km resolution grid for the reference period (1961-90) and two future periods (2011-40, 2041-70). The regional climate model was based on the IPCC SRES A1B scenario. Three types of climatic parameters were used for every month (averaged in the 30-years periods). The model was supported by VBORNET digital area database (distribution maps), ESRI ArcGIS 10 software’s Spatial Analyst module (modeling environment), PAST (calibration of the model with statistical method). Iterative model evaluation was done by summarizing two types of model errors based on an aggregated distribution. The results show that the best model results can be achieved by leaving 5-5 percentiles from the two extrema of the mean temperature, 2-2 percentiles from the two extrema of the minimum temperature, 0 percentile from the minimum of and 8 percentiles from the maximum of the precipitation.

Item Type:Book Section
Subjects:Ecology
Projects:TÁMOP-4.2.1/B-09/1/KMR-2010-0005, TÁMOP 4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0023, ENSEMBLES
ID Code:1683
Deposited By: MTMT SWORD
Deposited On:01 Oct 2014 09:15
Last Modified:01 Oct 2014 09:15

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