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Eagling, D. Amorphous silica – a commercial path to impact. (2016).
Martoni, F., Burckhardt, D. & Armstrong, K. An annotated checklist of the psyllids of New Zealand (Hemiptera: Psylloidea). (2016). doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4144.4.6
Zheng, L. Application of next-generation sequencing to routine plant virus diagnostics. (2016).
Millar, H. Assessing the progress against the National Plant Biosecurity Surveillance Strategy. (2016).
Bittisnich, D. Australia-Africa Plant Biosecurity Partnership. (2016).
Perry, S. & Laws, R. Better biosecurity risk management through collaborative planning and shared decision making. (2016).
Day, C. Bioeconomic analysis of pest incursions: A way to find the elusive optimal response. (2016).
Robinson, C. Building collaboration in biosecurity innovation systems. (2016).
Ford, L. & Marsh, A. Building resilience in indigenous communities through engagement. (2016).
Yao, K. Changes in bulk and shear properties of wheat from inert dust addition and design of a hopper. (2016).
Caley, P. Citizen science to surveillance: Estimating reporting probabilities of exotic insect pests. (2016).
Welvaert, M. & Caley, P. Citizen surveillance for environmental monitoring: combining the efforts of citizen science and crowdsourcing in a quantitative data framework. SpringerPlus 5, (2016).
Stevens, M. Combining monitoring and incursion surveillance for grains. (2016).
Mann, R. Complex diagnostics – keeping up with Ralstonia taxonomy. (2016).
Eagling, D. CRC3076 final report: CRC impact: grain industry delivery sites . (2016).
Kruger, H. Creating an enabling environment for industry-driven fruit fly area-wide management. (2016).
Hamilton, G., Baxter, P., Pearce, C., Dominiak, B. & Fuller, S. Decision making for eradication and quarantine zones. (2016).
Triska, M. & Renton, M. Design and Evaluation of Targeted Biosecurity Surveillance Systems. (2016).

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