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Population Prediction Models and Early Warning Systems Monitoring the movement of insect pests can provide early warning of pest invasion in an area or crop. Although work on long-distance movement using remote sensing, backtracking, and other techniques have indicated that some insects are able to cover large distances, their occurrence in significant numbers at a particular location can seldom be predicted with certainty. , 1979), but the relationship between egg, larval, and insect catch in traps is closest only when insect densities are low at the beginning of the season.