Books and monographs

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  • FAO. 2013. Edible insects: Future prospects for food and feed security. FAO Forestry Paper 171, FAO, Rome.
  • FAO. 2011. Guide to implementation of phytosanitary standards in forestry. FAO Forestry Paper 164, FAO, Rome. Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish and Russian
  • FAO. 2010. Guidance on pest and pesticide management policy development. International Code of Conduct on the Distribution and Use of Pesticides. FAO, Rome.
  • FAO. 2009. Global review of forest pests and diseases. FAO Forestry Paper 156, FAO, Rome.
  • FAO. 2007. Damaging poplar insects - Internationally important species. By de Tillesse, V., Nef, L., Charles, J., Hopkin, A. & Augustin, S. FAO, Rome, 107 pp. (unpublished)
  • FAO. 2003. An illustrated guide to the state of health of trees. Recognition and interpretation of symptoms and damage. By E. Boa. FAO, Rome, 49 pp.
  • FAO. 1995. A guide to the identification of diseases and pests of neem (Azadirachta indica). By E. R. Boa, RAP publication: 1995/41, RAPA, FAO, Bangkok, 71 pp.
  • FAO. 1995. Forest pathology laboratory manual. By Anderson, R.L., FAO, Rome (Italy). Forestry Department, 27 pp.
  • Ciesla, W.M. 1994. Forest health considerations. FAO, Rome (Italy). Forest Resources Division, 7 pp.
  • FAO. 1994a. Assessment of forest diseases in Kenya with specific emphasis on cedar decline. By Anderson, R.L., FAO, Rome (Italy). Forestry Department, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, Nairobi (Kenya), 34pp.
  • FAO. 1994b. Decline and dieback of trees and forests: a global overview. By Ciesla, W.M. & Donaubauer, E. FAO Forestry Paper 120, FAO, Rome Italy, 92pp.
  • FAO. 1994c. Ensuring sustainability of forests through protection from fire, insects and disease. By Ciesla, W.M. In: Readings in sustainable forest management. FAO Forestry Paper 122, FAO, Rome, Italy, p.131-149.
  • FAO. 1994d. Leucaena psyllid in the Asia-Pacific region: implications for its management in Africa. RAPA publication: 1994/13, RAPA/FAO, Bangkok, 27pp.
  • FAO. 1993a. Decline and mortality in Acacia niloticain riverine forests of the Blue Nile. By Ciesla, W.M., FAO, Rome (Italy), Forestry Department, 22 pp.
  • FAO. 1993b. Recent introductions of forest insects and their effects: a global overview. By Ciesla, W.M. In: FAO Plant Protection Bulletin: 41(1): 3-13.
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