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Biosecurity surveillance end to end. Better Border Biosecurity Conference - '10 years on – Adding Value to New Zealand’s Plant Biosecurity System through Research'.(2014).
Combining lures for multiple unwanted Lepidoptera to improve the efficiency of pest detection and surveillance. 63rd Entomological Society of New Zealand Conference .(2014).
End trade in detrimental ornamentals to save forests. IUFRO Spotlight Newsletter.(2012).
Effects of phytosanitary measures to reduce borer infestations of wood packaging materials and trends in interception rates of organisms associated with wooden items. Proceedings of the 61st New Zealand Entomological Society Conference, Whangarei, New Zealand, 17-20 April 2012. 46.(2012).
ISPM No. 15 and the incidence of wood pests: recent findings, policy changes, and current knowledge gaps. Proceedings, International Research Group on Wood Protection, 42nd Annual Meeting. IRG/WP 11-30568.(2011).
Effects of propagule pressure and phytosanitary policy on establishment rates of bark beetles and longhorned beetles. IUFRO Conference: Novel risks with bark and wood boring insects in broadleaved and conifer forests, 7-9 September 2011. 10.(2011).
Worldwide host plants of the highly polyphagous, invasive Epiphyas postvittana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Journal of Economic Entomology. 104, 1514-1524.(2011).
Trends in wood and bark borer invasions and effects of policy (Session coordinators). 23rd International Union of Forest Research Organization’s (IUFRO’s) World Congress. Session G-10.(2010).
Using border interception records to estimate borer arrival rates and effects of phytosanitary policy. ( , Ed.).International Forestry Review. 12, 370.(2010).
Impacts of exotic invertebrates on New Zealand’s indigenous species and ecosystems. New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 34, 158-174.(2010).
Demonstrating the benefits of phytosanitary regulations: the case of ISPM 15. 21st USDA Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species. General Technical Report NRS-P-75, 6-7.(2010).
Eradication of invasive forest insects: concept, methods, costs and benefits. New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science. 40, S117-S135.(2010).
Interceptions and incursions of exotic Sirex species and other siricids (Hymenoptera: Siricidae). New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science. 40, 133-140.(2010).
Invasion biology, ecology, and management of the light brown apple moth (Tortricidae). Annual Review of Entomology. 55, 285-306.(2010).
Using differential responses to light spectra as a monitoring and control tool for Arhopalus ferus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) and other exotic wood-boring pests. Journal of Economic Entomology. 102, 79-85.(2009).
Developing pyramid lure combinations to improve surveillance efficiency. ( , Ed.).IUFRO International Forest Biosecurity Conference : Popular summaries. 82-83.(2009).
Impacts of invasive invertebrates on New Zealand’s indigenous ecosytems (Abstract). Annual Conference of the New Zealand Ecological Society.(2007).