John Kean
John Kean
Verified email at agresearch.co.nz
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Progress in risk assessment for classical biological control
BIP Barratt, FG Howarth, TM Withers, JM Kean, GS Ridley
Biological Control 52 (3), 245-254, 2010
1552010
A simulation model for the spread of bovine tuberculosis within New Zealand cattle herds
ND Barlow, JM Kean, G Hickling, PG Livingstone, AB Robson
Preventive Veterinary Medicine 32 (1-2), 57-75, 1997
1441997
Optimal surveillance and eradication of invasive species in heterogeneous landscapes
RS Epanchin‐Niell, RG Haight, L Berec, JM Kean, AM Liebhold
Ecology Letters 15 (8), 803-812, 2012
1422012
The population consequences of natural enemy enhancement, and implications for conservation biological control
J Kean, S Wratten, J Tylianakis, N Barlow
Ecology Letters 6 (7), 604-612, 2003
1322003
Determinants of successful arthropod eradication programs
PC Tobin, JM Kean, DM Suckling, DG McCullough, DA Herms, ...
Biological Invasions 16 (2), 401-414, 2014
1302014
Eradication of invading insect populations: from concepts to applications
AM Liebhold, L Berec, EG Brockerhoff, RS Epanchin-Niell, A Hastings, ...
Annual review of entomology 61, 335-352, 2016
1212016
Modelling the relative efficacy of culling and sterilisation for controlling populations
ND Barlow, JM Kean, CJ Briggs
Wildlife Research 24 (2), 129-141, 1997
1051997
The potential global distribution of the brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys, a critical threat to plant biosecurity
DJ Kriticos, JM Kean, CB Phillips, SD Senay, H Acosta, T Haye
Journal of Pest Science 90 (4), 1033-1043, 2017
1042017
Eradication of tephritid fruit fly pest populations: outcomes and prospects
DM Suckling, JM Kean, LD Stringer, C Cáceres‐Barrios, J Hendrichs, ...
Pest Management Science 72 (3), 456-465, 2016
912016
Designing cost‐efficient surveillance for early detection and control of multiple biological invaders
RS Epanchin-Niell, EG Brockerhoff, JM Kean, JA Turner
Ecological Applications 24 (6), 1258-1274, 2014
692014
Behavioral studies, molecular approaches, and modeling: methodological contributions to biological control success
NJ Mills, JM Kean
Biological Control 52 (3), 255-262, 2010
632010
East meets west: adaptive evolution of an insect introduced for biological control
CB Phillips, DB Baird, II Iline, MR McNeill, JR Proffitt, SL Goldson, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (3), 948-956, 2008
582008
Pastoral weeds in New Zealand: status and potential solutions
GW Bourdôt, SV Fowler, GR Edwards, DJ Kriticos, JM Kean, A Rahman, ...
New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research 50 (2), 139-161, 2007
552007
Global eradication and response database
JM Kean, DM Suckling, NJ Sullivan, PC Tobin, LD Stringer, DC Lee, ...
http://b3.net.nz/gerda/, 2016
432016
Modelling the regional dynamics and management of bovine tuberculosis in New Zealand cattle herds
ND Barlow, JM Kean, NP Caldwell, TJ Ryan
Preventive veterinary medicine 36 (1), 25-38, 1998
401998
Simple models for the impact of rabbit calicivirus disease (RCD) on Australasian rabbits
ND Barlow, JM Kean
Ecological Modelling 109 (3), 225-241, 1998
401998
Effects of dispersal on local population increase
JM Kean, ND Barlow
Ecology Letters 3 (6), 479-482, 2000
392000
Designing efficient surveys: spatial arrangement of sample points for detection of invasive species
L Berec, JM Kean, R Epanchin-Niell, AM Liebhold, RG Haight
Biological Invasions 17 (1), 445-459, 2015
352015
Resource abundance and invasiveness: a simple model
ND Barlow, JM Kean
Biological Invasions 6 (3), 261-268, 2004
352004
Estimating the probability of eradication of painted apple moth from Auckland
JM Kean, DM Suckling
New Zealand Plant Protection 58, 7-11, 2005
322005
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