Mandy C. Barron

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The following data have been transferred from the database of scientists of the International Society for Pest Information (ISPI):

Mandy C. Barron
last recorded affiliation:
Biocontrol & Biosecurity
Lincoln Research Centre
Cnr Springs Road and Gerald Street
Private Bag 4749
Christchurch 8140
New Zealand

population modelling, non-target effects of biological control

Publications of Mandy C. Barron (7 listed):

Journal of Applied Ecology (2020) 57, 590-598
Mandy C. Barron, Andrew M. Liebhold, John M. Kean, Brian Richardson and Eckehard G. Brockerhoff (2020)
Habitat fragmentation and eradication of invading insect herbivores

Wildlife Research (2018) 45, 336-343
J.D. Shepherd, S. Gillingham, T. Heuer, M.C. Barron, A.E. Byrom and R.P. Pech (2018)
Multi-scale dynamic maps for the management of invading and established wildlife populations: brushtail possums in New Zealand

Biological Invasions (2018) 20, 251-266
A. David M. Latham, M. Cecilia Latham, Dan Herries, Mandy Barron, Jenyffer Cruz and Dean P. Anderson (2018)
Assessing the efficacy of aerial culling of introduced wild deer in New Zealand with analytical decomposition of predation risk

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2011) 101, 295-303
S.L. Goldson, M.C. Barron, J.M. Kean and C. van Koten (2011)
Argentine stem weevil (Listronotus bonariensis, Coleoptera: Curculionidae) population dynamics in Canterbury, New Zealand dryland pasture

Environmental Entomology (2004) 33, 941-948
Nigel D. Barlow, Barbara I.P. Barratt, Colin M. Ferguson and M.C. Barron (2004)
Using models to estimate parasitoid impacts on nontarget host abundance

Wildlife Research (2002) 29, 649-653
N.D. Barlow, M.C. Barron and J. Parkes (2002)
Rabbit haemorrhagic disease in New Zealand: field test of a disease-host model

Agricultural and Forest Entomology (2000) 2, 173-184
N.D. Barlow, N.P. Caldwell, J.M. Kean and M.C. Barron (2000)
Modelling the use of NPV for the biological control of Asian gypsy moth Lymantria dispar invading New Zealand