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Exotic Pests and Diseases Biology and Economics for Biosecurity

Edited By: Daniel Sumner
265 pages, Tabs, figs
Exotic Pests and Diseases
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Emphasizes the importance of policy measures to protect against the introduction and spread of exotic pests and diseases and provides needed analysis of the policies on this important topic.


Chapter 1 Introduction and Overview Chapter 2 Economics of Exotic Pests Policy Chapter 3 An Overview of Regulatory and Institutional Aspect of Exotic Pests and Disease Control Chapter 4 International Trade Law and the Control of Exotic Pests Chapter 5 Historical Perspectives on Exotic Pests and Diseases in California Agriculture Case Studies Chapter 6 Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy: Lessons from the United Kingdom Chapter 7 Potential Impact of a Foot and Mouth Disease Outbreak Chapter 8 Risk Assessment of Plant Parasitic Nematodes Chapter 9 Ex-Ante Economics of Exotic Disease Policy: Citrus Canker in California Chapter 10 An Insect Pest for Agricultural, Urban, and Wildlife Areas: The Red Imported Fire Ant Chapter 11 A Rational Risk Policy for Regulating Plant Diseases and Pests: The Case of Karnal Bunt Chapter 12 Introduction and Establishment of Exotic Insect and Mite Pests of Avocados: Evaluating Changes in Policy Chapter 13 Ash Whitefly and Biological Control in the Urban Environment Chapter 14 Economic Consequences of a New Exotic Pest: The Introduction of Rice Blast Disease Chapter 15 Biological Control of Yellow Starthistle: A Cost Benefit Analysis

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Edited By: Daniel Sumner
265 pages, Tabs, figs
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