Tuesday, 19 November 2002: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

Floridian Ballroom D (Convention Center, Third Floor)

Risk Analyses and Applied Management of Invasive Species

Session Chair(s): Arnold H. Hara
Michael J. Firko
1:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:05 PM0712Impact of invasive species
Ernest S. Delfosse
1:25 PM0713Plant pest risk assessments for importation of agricultural commodities
David Hanken, Michael K. Hennessey, L. Carmen Soileau
1:45 PM0714Risk analysis for insects intercepted in United States Ports of Entry
Joseph F. Cavey
2:05 PM0715Risk analysis ? Another perspective
Wayne Dixon
2:25 PM0716Environmental assessments for release of nonindigenous weed biological control agents
Tracy Horner
2:40 PM0717Early detection and eradication
Richard Gaskalla
2:55 PMBreak
3:05 PM0718Invasive species management in California
Bill Callison
3:25 PM0719Alien species invasion in Hawaii
Arnold H. Hara
3:40 PM0720Biological control of invasive insects
Robert N. Wiedenmann
3:55 PM0721Proactive biological control against invasive mealybug species offshore with technology transfer to states and neighboring countries
Dale E. Meyerdirk
4:15 PM0722Slowing the spread of an established invasive pest: Gypsy moth
Donna Leonard
4:35 PM0723Managing an effective emergency response to plant pest invasions
Charles Schwalbe
4:55 PMConcluding Remarks

The 2002 ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition