Misconstrued risks from citrus black spot in colder climates: a response to Er et al. 2013
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KeywordsStress Index Stress Parameter Climatic Suitability Summer Model Citrus Black Spot
Tania Yonow: Independent contractor. Contracted in 2009 by the Citrus Research Institute in South Africa to produce the CLIMEX analysis presented in Yonow et al. (2013). Currently contracted to HarvestChoice (http://harvestchoice.org/) and InSTePP (http://www.instepp.umn.edu/) at the University of Minnesota to produce a series of CLIMEX analyses on agricultural and livestock pests in Africa. Darren Kriticos: funded by CSIRO to develop improved ecological modelling methods for the study of biosecurity and climate change issues.
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