Working papers and presented papers - forest health and invasive species

FAO Forest Health and Biosecurity working papers

Abiotic disturbances and their influence on forest health: A review 
Moore, B.A. & Allard, G.B. 2011. Forest Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/35E. Forest Assessment, Management and Conservation Division, Forestry Department, FAO, Rome.

Climate change impacts on forest health  
Moore, B.A. & Allard, G.B. 2008. Forest Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/34E. Forest Resources Development Service, Forest Management Division, FAO, Rome. French, Spanish.

Review of the Asian longhorned beetle research, biology, distribution and management in China.
Hong Yang, P. 2005. Forest Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/6E. Forest Resources Development Service, Forest Resources Division, FAO, Rome.

Alien invasive species: impacts on forests and forestry. A review. (PDF version)
Moore, B.A. 2005. Forest Health and Biosecurity Working Paper FBS/8E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome.

Review of tree selection and afforestation for control of Asian longhorned beetle in North China.
Weilun, Y. & Wen, L. 2005. Forest Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/7E. Forest Resources Development Service, Forest Resources Division, FAO, Rome.

Biosecurity and forests: an introduction with particular emphasis on forest pests
Cock, M.J.W. 2003. Forest Health and Biosecurity Working Paper FBS/2E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome (unpublished).

The status of invasiveness of forest tree species outside their natural habitat: a global review and discussion paper
Haysom, K.A. & Murphy, S.T. 2003. Forest Health and Biosecurity Working Paper FBS/3E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome (unpublished).

Biosecurity in forestry: a case study on the status of invasive forest trees species in Southern Africa
Nyoka, B.I. 2003. Forest Biosecurity Working Paper FBS/1E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome (unpublished).

Case studies on the status of invasive woody plant species in the Western Indian Ocean:

1. Synthesis
Kueffer, C., Vos, P., Lavergne, C. & Mauremootoo, J. 2004. Forest Health and Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/4-1E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome, Italy (unpublished).

2. The Comoros Archipelago (Union of the Comoros and Mayotte)
Vos, P. 2004. Forest Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/4-2E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome, Italy (unpublished).

3. Mauritius (Islands of Mauritius and Rodrigues)
Kueffer, C. & Mauremootoo, J. 2004. Forest Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/4-3E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome, Italy (unpublished).

4. RĂ©union
Kueffer, C. & Lavergne, C. 2004. Forest Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/4-4E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome, Italy (unpublished).

5. Seychelles
Kueffer, C. & Vos, P. 2004. Forest Health & Biosecurity Working Papers FBS/4-5E. Forestry Department, FAO, Rome, Italy (unpublished).

Other papers

Contribution of forest insects to food security. The example of caterpillars in Central Africa.
FAO. 2004. In French & English. FAO, Rome, pp. 120.

Global information on outbreaks and impact of major forest insect pests and diseases.
Allard, G.B., Fortuna, S., See, L.S., Novotny, J., Baldini, A., & Courtinho. T.2003.Paper presented at the XII World Forestry Congress, 2003, Québec City, Canada.

Protecting plantations from pests and diseases. (PDF Version)
FAO. 2001. Based on the work of W. M. Ciesla. D.J. Mead (ed). Forest Plantations Thematic Papers, Working Paper FP/10, Rome, FAO (unpublished).

For more working papers dealing specifically with biosecurity issues and invasive forest trees, please visit the biosecurity Web site.
last updated:  Wednesday, June 26, 2013