Canadian Forest Service Publications
Surveillance for invasive wood borers: national and international perspectives. 2003. Humble, L.M.; Allen, E.A.; Hurley, J.E.; Sun, J.H.; Gao, C.Q.; Gill, B.D. Page 266 in Proceedings of the XII World Forestry Congress, September 21-28, 2003, Quebec, Canada. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy, Vol. C - People and forests in harmony, Co-published by Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, and the Government of Quebec.
Available from: Pacific Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 23823
CFS Availability: PDF (download)
Numerous exotic bark and wood-boring beetles have recently been "discovered" around the world, usually well after their initial introduction. Each incursion has served to highlight the same question: How can effective surveillance for adventive bark and wood borers be undertaken? National and international surveillance projects are reviewed, research priorities are summarized, and possible approaches identified.
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