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Advances in biological control of Hylobius Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 2.72 MB   display document
A report by Finlay McAllister and Minshad Ali Ansari, presented at the Project Stakeholders Seminar on \'New climates, new pests, new solutions\' held at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire on 23 January 2013.

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Anticipating future pests for woodlands in Wales by Hugh Evans & Tim Saunders Categories: Presentation    Size: 7.8 MB   display document


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Barcode Wales Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 2.13 MB   display document
Paper by Natasha de Vere, delivered at the Project Stakeholders Seminar on \'New climates, new pests, new solutions\'at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, 23 January 2013

Bringing it all together: The Hylobius Integrated Management System (HIMS) Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 2.29 MB   display document
Paper by Finlay McAllister, Roger Moore and Hugh Evans, delivered at the Project Stakeholders Seminar on New climates, new pests, new solutions at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, 23 January 2013

Chalara fraxinea on ash, Phytophthora ramorum on larch: dealing with epidemic threats Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 1.17 MB   display document
Paper by Owen Thurgate, delivered at the Project Stakeholders Seminar on \'New climates, new pests, new solutions\'at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, 23 January 2013

Controlling pine weevil with natural enemies Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 271.62 KB   display document
The large pine weevil, Hylobius abietis, is the most important pest of replanted coniferous sites in Ireland and throughout northern Europe. If left unchecked, it can kill every young tree on a site . . .

Controlling the large pine weevil Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 551.01 KB   display document
The large pine weevil, Hylobius abietis is the most important pest of replanted conifer sites in Ireland . . (A report by Aoife Dillon and Christine Griffin)

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Effects of climate on pine processionary moth - Christelle Robinet Categories: Presentation    Size: 7.57 MB   display document


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Forest health threats from globalisation and climate change Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 5.97 MB   display document
Presentation by the FAO, with contributions from Forest Research Agency Wales.

Impacts of Climate Change on European Forests and Options for Adaptation Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 885.47 KB   display document
Report to the European Commission Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development.

Integrated Management of forest pests addressing climate trends in Ireland Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 357.85 KB   display document
IMPACT is a new project partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Ireland-Wales Programme (INTERREG 4A). This poster presents some of the work being carried out in Ireland as part of this project.

International Plant Sentinal Network by Ellie Barnham Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 2.82 MB   display document


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Modelling Changes in the Hylobius abietis Life Cycle under Future Climate Conditions by John Sweeney and Rodney Teck Categories: Presentation    Size: 1.61 MB   display document


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Modelling the Impacts of Climate Change on Forest Pests Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 5.69 MB   display document
Powerpoint presentation by John Sweeney and Rodney Teck to the 2012 Annual Conference of Irish Geographers

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Optimising biological control of Hylobius abietis by Tim Saunders and Minshad Ansari Categories: Presentation    Size: 5.23 MB   display document


Plant and Tree Health Policy & Practise in the Welsh Government by Chris Lea Categories: Presentation    Size: 868.51 KB   display document


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Potential threats to Welsh woodlands: learning from recent experiences Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 5.79 MB   display document
Paper by Hugh Evans, Forest Research, \'Britain’s trees are subject to damage and death from effects of insects, both native and exotic. Dsruption of endemic state arising from many different reasons, e.g. loss of natural enemy impacts, arrival of exotic species, availability of exotic host tree species, and climate change. How has Britain fared so far in relation to native and exotic pests?

Regional climate modelling for Wales using representative concentration pathways Categories: Impact publication Presentation    Size: 3.21 MB   display document
Paper by John Sweeney and Rodney Teck, delivered at the Project Stakeholders Seminar on \'New climates, new pests, new solutions\'at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, 23 January 2013

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Sêr Cymru National Research Network by David Thomas Categories: Presentation    Size: 2.58 MB   display document


The European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organisation by Martin Ward and Hugh Evans Categories: Presentation    Size: 1.29 MB   display document


The outcome of ecosystem manipulation by elevating atmospheric CO2 is influenced by tree identity and mixture - Andy Smith. Categories: Presentation    Size: 8.2 MB   display document


Use of entomopathogenic nematodes and fungi in the control of pine weevil by Chris Williams & Christine Griffin Categories: Presentation    Size: 3.88 MB   display document


Using an Evapo-Transpiration model to predict the current and future impact of pine wilt disease by Hannah Gruffudd Categories: Presentation    Size: 450.89 KB   display document


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