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International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods

1st International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods. USDA-Forest Service FHTET-03-05. June 2003.

Day 1: Issues and Techniques

Hoddle, M. S. Keynote presentation
     Classical biological control of arthropods in the 21st century

Cullen, J. and D. Sands
     Douglas Frew Waterhouse–A Dedication

SESSION 1 - ISSUES IN FUTURE EXPANDED USE OF CLASSICAL BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
Organizer: Roy Van Driesche (University of Massachusetts at Amherst)

SESSION 2 - METHODS TO COLONIZE, EVALUATE AND MONITOR NATURAL ENEMIES
Organizers: John Goolsby and Roger Fuester (USDA-ARS)

SESSION 3 - USE OF MOLECULAR METHODS IN CLASSICAL BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
Organizer: Marjorie A. Hoy (University of Florida)

SESSION 4 - MODELING AND THEORY AS TOOLS TO CLARIFY CAUSES OF SUCCESS OR FAILURE OF BC PROJECTS
Organizer: Nigel Barlow (AgResearch, New Zealand)


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