Wednesday, December 13, 2006: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Room 110 (Convention Center)

Section E Symposium: When Giving Something Back Is Not An Option: Management Strategies For Invasive Woodborers.

Organizer(s): Joseph A. Francese,
David R. Lance,
Moderator(s): Damon J. Crook,
8:00 AMWelcoming Remarks
8:05 AM0969Environmental management strategies for invasive insects  [ Recorded presentation ]
David Pimentel,
8:25 AM0970How can a secondary pest threaten the existence of an entire genus? Coevolution and tree resistance to wood-borers  [ Recorded presentation ]
Daniel A. Herms,
8:45 AM0971Regulatory mechanisms to curb international movement of wood-boring pests
Leland Humble,, Eric Allen,
9:05 AM0972Strategies for detecting incipient populations of exotic woodborers
David R. Lance,
9:25 AM0973Risk mapping for invasive woodborers
Marla C. Downing,
9:45 AMBreak
10:05 AM0974Molecular techniques for identifying invasive exotics
Nathan Schiff,
10:25 AM0975Exotic scolytids in North America  [ Recorded presentation ]
Robert Rabaglia,
10:45 AM0976Development of monitoring tools for Agrilus planipennis, the emerald ash borer  [ Recorded presentation ]
Damon J. Crook,, Joseph A. Francese,, Ivich Fraser, Therese M. Poland,, Victor C. Mastro,
11:05 AM0977Development and execution of programs to eradicate incipient populations of Asian longhorned beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis)
Christine Markham,
11:25 AM0978Application of Beddingia siricidicola for control of the woodwasp Sirex noctilio  [ Recorded presentation ]
Robin A. Bedding,

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