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landscape fire smoke study map

World map detailing distribution of studies, with Canada and United States shaded dark red and other listed countries in pale yellow. For detail, see Results section of Liu et al 2022,, subsections "Species of Insect Occurring in Relevant LFS Literature" and "Geographical Distribution of Studies"

Of the 38 studies that examined landscape-fire smoke impacts on insects included in a new research review in Environmental Entomology (and which were associated with individual countries), more than half (20) looked at fire in the United States or Canada. (Number of studies and number of insect species per country noted in parentheses.) (Image originally published in Liu et al 2022, Environmental Entomology)

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