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Information needs for pathway risk management: making the most of sparse data. Better Border Biosecurity Conference - '10 years on – Adding Value to New Zealand’s Plant Biosecurity System through Research'.(2014).
The hidden information in insect pest assemblages: predictors for invasion. Entomological Society of New Zealand 63rd Annual Conference.(2014).
Biosecurity risks to New Zealand's plantation forests and the rationale for pathway risk management. New Zealand Journal of Forestry. 59, 3-8.(2014).
Weighing up the costs of surveillance trapping and the likely benefits from avoiding future pest damage. Surveillance. 41, 21-23.(2014).
Management of pest and disease risks in planted forests. 3rd International Congress on Planted Forests.(2013).
Management of pest and disease risks. 3rd International Congress on Planted Forests.(2013).
Phytosanitary measures to reduce borer infestations of wood packaging materials: effects on infestation rates and future rates of establishment. IUFRO Conference Working Party: Alien invasive species and international trade.(2012).
Effects of land cover on parasitism of the red admiral, Bassaris gonerilla (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae).. 3rd Combined Australia and New Zealand Entomological Societies Conference.(2011).