Biosecurity - Prevention

Research focussed on keeping potentially destructive species out of Aotearoa.

He Tangata, He Taiao, He Ōhanga

A values-based biosecurity risk assessment framework for Aotearoa.
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Biosecurity Network Interventions

The spread of pests, weeds and pathogens into Aotearoa is a major cause of the decline of its biological heritage. This includes profitability of agriculture,…
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State-of-the-art Surveillance

Automation can improve biosecurity surveillance systems
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Host, Pathogen & Environment

Looking at the role environmental factors play on disease expression and severity, pathogen spread and establishment, as well as investigating plant pathogen genomes.
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Predicting pests before they arrive

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Risk Assessment and Ecosystem Impacts PhD positions

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Susanna

Ngā Pī Ka Rere spotlight: Susanna Finlay-Smits, bringing anthropology to biosecurity

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Worldwide connections made at indigenous biosecurity hui

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B3 supports emerging coming together of tomorrow’s biosecurity experts

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Sami 2

Ngā Pī Ka Rere spotlight: Pejman (Sami) Alighaleh realises his passion in his second Master’s

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Third Flagship site for BioHeritage

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Better Border Biosecurity (B3) research collaboration – September updates

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Will Eason

What do the Queensland fruit fly and the red imported fire ant have in common? A threat to Aotearoa

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Jennifer Bufford

Weed horizon scan completes phase 1 and moves into phase 2

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Keeping NZ pest-free

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Collating international pest data to protect Aotearoa’s biodiversity

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