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Abstract of presentations Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 158.59 KB   display document
Abstract of presentations given at the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, May 2013

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Advances in biological control of the large pine weevil Hylobius abietis Categories: Event    Size: 8.58 MB   display document
Paper given by Dr. Minshad Ali Ansari, Prof. Tariq Butt, Prof. Hugh Evans, Finlay McAllister, Dr. Roger Moore and Andrew Peace at the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, May 2013

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Agenda 17th Jan 2012 Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 58.26 KB   display document
Agenda for Impact Stakeholder meeting on 17th Jan 2012 at National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire.

Agenda for the Impact Final Conference Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 136.23 KB   display document
Agenda for the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, May 2013

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Classical biological control of eucalyptus pests Categories: Event    Size: 961.31 KB   display document
Paper given at the Impact Final Conference, Dublin, 7 May 2013, by Jan-Robert Baars, Dorothy Hayden and Philip Fanning of the BioControl Research Unit, University College Dublin

Climate change impacts and adaptive strategies for Irish Forestry: a focus on pests and diseases Categories: Event    Size: 2.21 MB   display document
Paper presented at the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, 7 May 2013

Climate Change Mitigation and Forestry Categories: Event    Size: 567.03 KB   display document
Paper given by Eugene Hendrick at the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, 7 May 2013

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Control of Culicoides biting midges Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 2.57 MB   display document
Paper given at the ENTO 10 Symposium, Swansea University, Royal Entomological Society Event, July 2010, Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) biting midges are among the most abun-dant and widespread of haematophagous insects. Recently, strains of the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae were identified that were efficacious in killing larvae of the midge Culicoides nubeculosus, and that M. anisopliae strain V275 (=BIPESCO5, F52) also kills adult C. nubeculosus. This study briefly highlights selected at-tributes of M. anisopliae V275 for adult midge control.

Control of leather-jacket Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 4.3 MB   display document
Paper given at the ENTO 10 Symposium, Swansea University, Royal Entomological Society Event, July 2010. Entomopathogenic nematodes enhance the efficacy of the entomo-pathogenic fungus Metarhizium anisopliae in the control of the leather-jacket. Recent studies have shown that combining EPN with M. anisopliae can give excellent control of other subterranean pests such as chafer and vine weevil larvae. The aim of this study was to determine if such combinations could improve control of Tipula paludosa.

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Developing predictive models for climate change vulnerable habitats & species in Ireland Categories: Event    Size: 7.31 MB   display document
Presentation given by John Coll, David Bourke, Mike Gormally, Micheline Sheehy Skeffington and John Sweeney at the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, May 2013.

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Development of fungi to control pine weevil Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 7.29 MB   display document
Paper given at the ENTO 10 Symposium, Swansea University, Royal Entomological Society Event, July 2010. The large pine weevil, Hylobius abietis L. (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) is a major pest in European conifer forests causing millions of euros of damage annually. This study reports on the identification of entomopathogenic fungi that are pathogenic to pine weevil adults, larvae and pupae.

Final Conference Presenters Pen Pictures Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 390.15 KB   display document
Profile of the presenters participating in the Impact Final Conference at Dublin, May 2013

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Identifying the honeybees Categories: Event    Size: 4.26 MB   display document
Paper given at the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, 7 May 2013

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Impact Final Conference Booking Form Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 123.41 KB   display document
Booking form for the Impact Final Conference at Dublin on 7th May 2013

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IMPACT final conference booking form Categories: Event    Size: 1.09 MB   display document
CONFERENCE BOOKING FORM IMPACT Conference - 12 May 2015 The Management Centre, Bangor Business School, College Road, Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd

Impact Final Conference Poster Categories: Event    Size: 63.33 KB   display document
Presented at the Impact Final Conference at Dublin on 7 May 2013.

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IMPACT Project Report Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 3.9 MB   display document
The IMPACT project Guide to Hylobius Management

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IMPACT Project Report Categories: Event    Size: 3.34 MB   display document
Summary

International trade and climate change: the ‘perfect storm’ for new pest outbreaks Categories: Event    Size: 8.02 MB   display document
Paper given by Hugh Evans at the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, May 2013

Ireland-Wales 2007-2013 Categories: Event    Size: 1.03 MB   display document
Ireland and Wales – Working Together: Fostering Regional Development. Closing presentation at the Impact Final Conference, Dublin, 7 May 2013

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List of delegates Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 177.4 KB   display document
List of delegates to the Impact Final Conference at Dublin, May 2013

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Using WRF as a Regional Climate Model 1961-1990 (base line) 2021-2050 (future) for Ireland and Wales Categories: Event    Size: 1.22 MB   display document
INTERREG-IMPACT Report January 2012, presented at the Impact Final Conference in Dublin, 7 May 2013

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What next for pests and pathogens? Categories: Impact publication Event    Size: 134.34 KB   display document
Paper by Hugh Evans, Forest Research. \'The IMPACT project has brought together a team of forestry pest and pathogen experts from across Ireland and Wales that have worked well together in both Interreg IIIA and Interreg IVA. Now that the project is reaching its final stages, what kind of research is needed next if we are to make further progress in protecting our trees and forests?\'

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