Biological Control Agents

International Symposia on Biological
Control of Weeds


ArticleLead AuthorYear
Application of modeling to biological weed controlCloutier1988
Theoretical models for weed biocontrol: Rottboellia cochinchinensis infection with sterilizing fungiSmith1996
A model of the determinants of plant invasions (ABSTRACT ONLY)Higgins1996
Exploring interactions between cultural and biological control techniques: modelling bitou bush (Chrysanthemoides monilifera ssp. Rotundata) and a seed fly (Mesoclanis polana)Kriticos2003
Can population modelling predict potential impacts of biocontrol? A case study using Cleopus japonicus on Buddleja davidiiWithers2003
Understanding variability in the effectiveness of a classical biological control agent: the importance of the timing of density dependence in the agent life cycleWilson2003
Is modelling population dynamics useful for anything other than keeping a researcher busy?Buckley2007
Modelling of Diorhabda elongata dispersal during the initial stages of establishment for the control of Tamarix spp. (ABSTRACT ONLY)Sanabria2007
An adaptive management model for the biological control of water hyacinth (ABSTRACT ONLY)Wilson2007
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