Roger D. Magarey

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See Roger D. Magarey in the ISPI database of scientists.


Publications of Roger D. Magarey

Biological Invasions (2018) 20, 679-694
Roger Magarey, Leslie Newton, Seung Cheon Hong, Yu Takeuchi, David Christie, Catherine S. Jarnevich, Lisa Kohl, Martin Damus, Steven I. Higgins, Leah Millar, Karen Castro, Amanda West, John Hastings, Gericke Cook, John Kartesz and Anthony L. Koop (2018)
Comparison of four modeling tools for the prediction of potential distribution for non-indigenous weeds in the United States

Journal of Integrated Pest Management (2017) 8 (1 - 3)
Roger D. Magarey and Scott A. Isard (2017)
A troubleshooting guide for mechanistic plant pest forecast models

Plant Disease (2016) 100, 1979-1987
Christian D. Cruz, Roger D. Magarey, David N. Christie, Glenn A. Fowler, Jose M. Fernandes, William W. Bockus, Barbara Valent and James P. Stack (2016)
Climate suitability for Magnaporthe oryzae Triticum pathotype in the United States

EPPO Bulletin (2011) 41, 46-56
R.D. Magarey, D.M. Borchert, J.S. Engle, M. Colunga-Garcia, F.H. Koch and D. Yemshanov (2011)
Risk maps for targeting exotic plant pest detection programs in the United States

Florida Entomologist (2008) 91, 79-86
Brett S. Nietschke, Daniel M. Borchert, Roger D. Magarey and Matthew A. Ciomperlik (2008)
Climatological potential for Scirtothrips dorsalis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) establishment in the United States

Phytopathology (2005) 95, 92-100
R.D. Magarey, T.B. Sutton and C.L. Thayer (2005)
A simple generic infection model for foliar fungal plant pathogens

Australasian Plant Pathology (1995) 24, 209-214
R.D. Magarey, R.W. Emmett and G.S. Roberts (1995)
Residues of four fungicides applied for control of grapevine anthracnose caused by Sphaceloma ampelinum in a budburst to flowering spray program

Australasian Plant Pathology (1993) 22, 48-52
R.D. Magarey, R.W. Emmett, P.A. Magarey and P.R. Franz (1993)
Evaluation of control of grapevine anthracnose caused by Elsinoë ampelina by pre-infection fungicides