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Predicting pest and disease establishment. Better Border Biosecurity Conference - '10 years on – Adding Value to New Zealand’s Plant Biosecurity System through Research'.(2014).
Ecological informatics for the prediction and management of alien invasive species. ( , Ed.).Springer Handbook of Bio- and Neuroinformatics. 565-583.(2014).
Importance of the core biological disciplines in plant biosecurity. Plant biosecurity handbook. 73-117.(2014).
Predicting the potential global distribution of Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae (Psa). New Zealand Plant Protection. 66, 184-193.(2013).
A review of methods for assessing and managing market access and biosecurity risks using systems approaches. New Zealand Plant Protection. 66, 1-9.(2013).
Noninvasive molecular methods to identify live scarab larvae: an example of sympatric pest and nonpest species in New Zealand. Molecular Ecology Resources. 12, 389-395.(2012).
Biodiversity of indigenous tussock grassland sites in Otago, Canterbury and the Central North Island of New Zealand VI. Coleoptera biodiversity, community structure, exotic species invasion, and the effect of disturbance by agricultural development. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand . 42, 217-239.(2011).
Effects of tussock grassland disturbance by agricultural development on Coleoptera biodiversity, community structure, and exotic species invasion. New Zealand Ecological Society Conference : Programme and abstracts. 4-5.(2010).
Modelling pheromone anemotaxis for biosecurity surveillance: Moth movement patterns reveal a downwind component of anemotaxis. Ecological Modelling. 221, 2801-2807.(2010).
Pest risk maps for invasive alien species: a roadmap for improvement. BioScience. 60, 349-362.(2010).
Evidence of active or passive downwind dispersal in mark-release-recapture of moths. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 134, 160-169.(2010).
Back-tracking moths: a modelling tool to improve incursion response to invasive species in a biosecurity context. ( , Ed.).IUFRO International Forest Biosecurity Conference : Popular summaries. 169.(2009).
Objective functions for comparing simulations with insect trap catch data. ( , Ed.).18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. 4220-4226.(2009).
The invertebrate fauna of epiphyte mats in the canopy of northern rata (Myrtaceae: Metrosideros robusta A. Cunn.) on the West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 36, 177 - 202.(2009).
Predicting Argentine ant spread over the heterogeneous landscape using a spatially explicit stochastic model. Ecological Applications. 19, 1176-1186.(2009).
Can spatial variation in epiphyte diversity and community structure be predicted from sampling vascular epiphytes alone?. Journal of Biogeography. 35, 2274-2288.(2008).
Being prepared : ecological informatics and computational intelligence methods applied to invasive insect risk assessment. Proceedings XXIII International Congress of Entomology. 819.(2008).
Biological and ecological traits that assist establishment of alien invasive insects. New Zealand Plant Protection. 61, 1-7.(2008).
Living the high life: arthropod communities of epiphyte mats in the canopy of northern rata (Metrosideros robusta). ( , Ed.).Ecology Across the Tasman: 3rd Joint Conference of the New Zealand Ecological Society and the Ecological Society of Australia. 2-3.(2006).
Colonisation of artificial canopy habitats by invertebrates. 8th European Congress of Entomology.(2006).
Model of pheromone oriented flight based on moth behaviour and wind fields in a biosecurity context. 2nd combined Australian and New Zealand Entomological Societies Conference.(2005).
Invertebrate colonisation of artificial canopy habitats in response to disturbance. 4th International Canopy Conference : Abstracts. 94.(2005).