B3 Outputs

Book Chapter
Everett, K. R. (2014).  Anthracnose and stem-end rots of tropical and subtropical fruit-new names for old foes. (Prusky, D., Gullino, M. L., Ed.).Post-harvest Pathology: Plant Pathology in the 21st Century, Contributions to the 10th International Congress, ICPP 2013. 55-70.
Barratt, B. I. P., & Ehlers C. G. A. (In Press).  Impacts of exotic biological control agents on non-target species and biodiversity: evidence, policy and implications. (Coll, M., Wajnberg, E., Ed.).Pest Management within the environment: challenges for agronomists, ecologists, economists and policymakers.
Charles, J. G., Nef L., Allegro G., Collins C., Delplanque A., Gimenez A., et al. (2014).  Insect and other pests of poplars and willows. (Isebrands, J., Richardson, J., Ed.).Poplars and Willows. Trees for society and environment. 459-526.
Bloem, K., Brockerhoff E. G., Mastro V. C., Simmons G. S., Sivinski J., & Suckling D. M. (2014).  Insect eradication and containment of invasive alien species. (McKirdy, S., Gordh, G., Ed.).The Handbook of Plant Biosecurity: Principles and Practices for the Identification, Containment and Control of Organisms that Threaten Agriculture and the Environment Globally. 417-446.
Suckling, D. M. (2016).  Monitoring, surveillance and management. (Allison, J. D., Cardé, R. T., Ed.).Pheromone Communication in Moths: Evolution, Behavior and Application.
MacFarlane, R. P., Maddison P. A., Andrew I. G., Berry J. A., Johns P. M., Hoare R. J. B., et al. (2011).  Phylum Arthropoda. Subphylum Hexapoda. Protura, springtails, diplura, and insects. (Gordon, D. P., Ed.).New Zealand inventory of biodiversity. Volume Two, Kingdom animalia: chaetognatha, ecdysozoa, ichnofossils. 2, 233-467.
Hester, S. M., Hauser C. E., & Kean J. M. (2011).  Tools for designing and evaluating post-border surveillance systems. (Walshe, T., Burgman, M. A., Ed.).Methods for invasive species risk analysis and management. In Press.
Barr, N. B., Ruiz-Arce R., & Armstrong K. F. (2014).  Using Molecules to Identify the Source of Fruit Fly Invasions. (Shelly, Todd, Epsky, Nancy, Jang, Eric B., Reyes-Flores, Jesus, Vargas, Roger, Ed.).Trapping and the Detection, Control, and Regulation of Tephritid Fruit Flies: Lures, Area-Wide Programs, and Trade Implications. 321-378.
Conference Paper
Barratt, B. I. P. (2012).  Host range testing for natural enemy introductions. Surrogate species selection for assessing potential adverse environmental impacts of genetically engineered plants on non-target organisms. 2-4.
Suckling, D. M., Woods B. W., & Jang E. B. (2013).  Mobile mating disruption: the challenge of species behavioural suppression. 4th International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods. 107-108.