Regional climate-matching to estimate current and future sources of biosecurity threats

@article{Kriticos2011RegionalCT,
  title={Regional climate-matching to estimate current and future sources of biosecurity threats},
  author={Darren J. Kriticos},
  journal={Biological Invasions},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={1533-1544}
}
Managing the threats posed by invasive alien species currently may involve a mixture of species-specific and pathway-specific policy and operational measures aimed at achieving a socially acceptable level of protection. In order to decide how to allocate scarce biosecurity resources in a manner that avoids erecting technical barriers to trade, it is necessary to undertake risk assessments for individual pests or commodity pathways. Whilst there are popular climatic niche tools available to… CONTINUE READING

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