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Guiness Storehouse, Dublin
Guiness Storehouse, Dublin
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Tuesday 7 May 2013

The final conference of the IMPACT project was held at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, where the latest advances in the fight against forest pests developed by the project team were revealed.

IMPACT, the EU Interreg IVA Project which has been assessing how forest pests are likely to respond to climate change and developing Integrated Pest Management programmes to combat those pests, has made significant progress in identifying new ways of reducing the threats, as is shown in the presentations below:


Impact Project Report: The IMPACT project Guide to Hylobius Management

Impact Project Report Summary: Using nature’s weapons to fight current and future forest threats under climate change


The European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organisation by Martin Ward and Hugh Evans

Using an Evapo-Transpiration model to predict the current and future impact of pine wilt disease by Hannah Gruffudd et al

Anticipating future pests for woodlands in Wales by Hugh Evans & Tim Saunders

Modelling Changes in the Hylobius abietis Life Cycle under Future Climate Conditions by John Sweeney & Rodney Teck

Optimising biological control of Hylobius abietis - Tim Saunders and Minshad Ansari et al

Plant and Tree Health Policy & Practise in the Welsh Government by Chris Lea

Use of entomopathogenic nematodes and fungi in the control of pine weevil by Chris Williams & Christine Griffin

Effects of climate on pine processionary moth - Christelle Robinet et al

Sêr Cymru National Research Network by David Thomas

International Plant Sentinal Network by Ellie Barham

The Gravity Bar
The Gravity Bar
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Related Conference Documentation

Agenda for the Impact Project Final Conference

List of delegates

Presenters Pen Pictures

Abstracts of presentations

Arfogi coed a choedwigoedd Cymru ac Iwerddon i ymladd plâu hen a newydd ag arfau naturiol

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