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Plumier, B. M., Schramm, M. & Maier, D. E. Developing and Verifying a Fumigant Loss Model for Bulk Stored Grain to Predict Phosphine Concentrations by Taking into Account Fumigant Leakage and Sorption. . Journal of Stored Products Research (Submitted).
Stringer, L. et al. Effect of lure combination for fruit fly surveillance sensitivity. Journal of Pest Science (Submitted).
Barua, P., You, M. P., Bayliss, K., Lanoiselet, V. & Barbetti, M. Fungicide and disinfectant suppression of spore germination of four major fungal pathogens: biosecurity implications. Plant Disease (Submitted).
Baxter, P. W. J. & Hamilton, G. Learning to fly: integrating spatial ecology with unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) surveys. Ecoshpere (Submitted).
Sandino, J., Pegg, G., Gonzalez, F. & Smith, A. A Novel Approach to Detect and Map Natural and Plantation Forests Affected by Pathogens using UAVs, Hyperspectral Sensors and Artificial Intelligence. Sensors (Submitted).
Plumier, B. M. & Maier, D. E. Sensitivity Analysis of a Fumigant Movement and Loss Model for Bulk Stored Grain to Predict Effects of Environmental Conditions and Operational Variables on Fumigation Efficacy. Journal of Stored Products Research (Submitted).
Alzahrani, S. & Ebert, P. R. Stress Pre-conditioning with Temperature, UV and Gamma Radiation Induces Tolerance against Phosphine Toxicity. PLOS One (Submitted).
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Laws, R., Perry, S., Sapuppo, R. & C. Pearce, etal. The application of decision making tools to complex decisions associated with responding to an emergency plant pest: improving consensus, transparency and robustness of decisions. (In Press).
Triska, M. & Renton, M. "Do an invasive organism’s dispersal characteristics affect how we should search for it?" . (In Press).
Liu, S., C, R. & Maclean, K. Engaging stakeholders to resolve conflicts in biosecurity management. Journal of Environmental Management (In Press).
Laws, R., Perry, S., Hilton, S. & W. Coombs, etal. Evaluation of the use of a standardised component approach to contingency planning using historical examples of pest incursions. Biological Invasions. (In Press).
Nayak, M. K. & Daglish, G. J. Recent Advances in Stored Product Protection (In Press).
Daglish, G. J., M.K, N., Arthur, F. H. & Athanassiou, C. G. Recent Advances in Stored Product Protection (In Press).
Laws, R. & S. Perry, etal. Mandating shared responsibility: a comparison of the practical benefits and pitfalls of implementing the Australian and New Zealand Plant Biosecurity plant biosecurity cost sharing agreements. Environmental Science and Policy. (In Press).
Laws, R. & Perry, S. A new decision making strategy for determining if an Emergency Plant Pest is technically feasible to eradicate. Risk Analysis. (In Press).
Laws, R., Perry, S., Ford, L. & Marsh, A. Shared responsibility for plant biosecurity, who is responsible and who gets a share in the decision making? Environment and Planning A. (In Press).
Toon, A. et al. Significant population structure in Australian Cryptolestes ferrugineus and interpreting the potential spread of phosphine resistance. Journal of Stored Products Research (In Press).
Perry, S. & Laws, R. A structured decision making and planning strategy for plant biosecurity. Environmental Science and Policy. (In Press).
Xinyi, E., Li, B. & Subramanyam, B. Toxicity of chlorine dioxide gas to phosphine susceptible and resistant adults of five stored-product insect species: Influence of temperature and food during gas exposure. Economic Entomology (In Press).
Schlipalius, D. I. et al. Variant linkage analysis using de novo transcriptome sequencing identifies a conserved phosphine resistance gene in insect. Genetics . (In Press).