Perspectives in Biosecurity is a multi-disciplinary electronic journal of research papers and other outputs covering all aspects of the field of biosecurity including, but not restricted to invasion biology and ecology, invasive species identification/diagnostics, management and eradication/control, new invasive species records, modelling, biosecurity law and policy, relationships between human society and invasive species. This journal has been developed from the paper series of the same name published by ePress since 2015.
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Hamish Foote, Dan Blanchon, Nick Waipara and Glenn Aguilar, Alien Nation: Art serving science and science serving art
Mel Galbraith and Mark Large, Implications for selected indigenous fauna of Tiritiri Matangi of the establishment of Austropuccinia psidii (G. Winter) Beenken (myrtle rust) in northern New Zealand
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Perspectives in Biosecurity volume 1 comprises the five papers published under the original ePress Perspectives in Biosecurity series (2015-6):
Mark Large and Lizzy Farrington, The Nephrolepis Boston fern complex (including Nephrolepis exaltata [L.] Schott), Nephrolepidaceae, naturalised in New Zealand
Diane Fraser, Urvasha Lallu and Sarah-Jayne Fenwick, Perceptions and Impacts: An Observational Pilot Study of the Effects of Argentine Ants on Honey Bees in New Zealand
Jack Craw, Opinion: Focus and Performance in Managing Post-border Security in New Zealand
G. Aguilar, D. Blanchon, H. Foote, C. Pollonais & A. Mosee, Queensland Fruit Fly Invasion of New Zealand: Predicting Area Suitability Under Future Climate Change Scenarios
Dan Blanchon and Mel Galbraith, Biology is not Alone: The Interdisciplinary Nature of Biosecurity
[…] Perspectives in Biosecurity, Issue 2, 2017 Edited by Dan Blanchon and Mel Galbraith. This multi-disciplinary e-journal covers all aspects of the field of biosecurity. This issue examines the impact of myrtle rust on indigenous fauna, and how art can promote conversation and debate around biosecurity. […]