Title

Environmental Acoustic Wireless Sensor Network for early detection of larvae development

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Faculty

Faculty of Computing, Health and Science

School

Electron Science Research Institute (ESRI)

RAS ID

5265

Comments

Hochet, B., Coron, G., & Osseiran, A. (2007). Environmental Acoustic Wireless Sensor Network for early detection of larvae development. In proceedings of the second international conference on sensing technology. Palmerston North, New Zealand: Massey University.

Abstract

Climate change and global warming have many effects that for the most are yet to be revealed. One of these noteworthy consequences is the geographical distribution of some insects such as termites in the northern hemisphere. In the last few years in Europe, termites have been gradually moving across borders from the southern regions to the northern countries. This paper is dealing with yet another devastating insect, the Bark Beetle (BB) or lps Typographus the larvae of which are currently devastating Spruce trees. The only way to fight against the bark beetle is to destroy the affected trees before the migration of the young insects to other forests. This paper describes a wireless sensor network targeting the early detection of BB larvae,

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