Joint WMO/EPPO/NAPPO Symposium on Practical Applications of Agrometeorology in Plant Protection
The proceedings of the "Joint WMO/EPPO/NAPPO Symposium on Practical Applications of Agrometeorology in Plant Protection" have been published now in the Bulletin OEPP/EPPO Bulletin 21 (3), 355-700. They cover 42 scientific papers about forecasting, monitoring and evaluating the occurrence of plant pests. Several papers from American, European and Australian scientists are devoted to the field of Pest Risk Analysis, in particular:
Hopper, B.E. Ecological aspects of pest risk assessment.
Sutherst, R.W.; Maywald,G.F.; Bottomley, W. From CLIMEX to
PESKY, a generic expert system for pest risk assessment.
Royer, M.H.; Yang, X.B. Application of high resolution
weather data to pest risk assessment.
Baker, C.R.B. The validation and use of a life-cycle
simulation model for risk assessment of insect pests.
Roberts, W.P. Using weather records and available models to
predict the severity of fireblight should it enter and
establish in Australia.
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