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- NZJFS - Volume 42 (2012)
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- Eradication of invasive forest insects: concepts, methods, costs and benefits.
- Confronting challenges to economic analysis of biological invasions in forests.
- Novel Associations Between Pathogens, Insects And Tree Species Threaten World Forests.
- Alien forest insects in a warmer world and a globalised economy: impacts of changes in trade, tourism and climate on forest biosecurity.
- Pest risk assessment and invasion pathways: Invasive weeds.
- Pest risk analysis and invasion pathways - insects and wood packing revisited: What have we learned?
- Pest Risk Analysis and Invasion Pathways for Plant Pathogens.
- Pest risk analysis - organisms or pathways?
- Exploiting the Achilles Heels of Pest Invasions: Allee Effects, Stratified Dispersal and Management of Forest Insect Establishment and Spread.
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