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18 publications listed for Alan MacLeod:

A. MacLeod, and A. Korycinska
Detailing Köppen–Geiger climate zones at sub-national to continental scale: a resource for pest risk analysis
EPPO Bulletin 49 (1), 73-82 (2019)

A. MacLeod, and S. Pietravalle
Communicating risk: variability of interpreting qualitative terms
EPPO Bulletin 47 (1), 57-68 (2017)

G. Gilioli, G. Schrader, J.-C. Grégoire, A. MacLeod, O. Mosbach-Schulz, T. Rafoss, V. Rossi, G. Urek, and W. van der Werf
The EFSA quantitative approach to pest risk assessment – methodological aspects and case studies
EPPO Bulletin 47 (2), 213-219 (2017)

J. Holt, A.W. Leach, A. MacLeod, D. Tomlinson, M. Christodoulou, and J.D. Mumford
A quantitative model for trade pathway analysis of plant pest entry and transfer to a host in European Union territory
EPPO Bulletin 47 (2), 220-226 (2017)

G. Schrader, A. MacLeod, Petter F., R.H.A. Baker, S. Brunel, J. Holt, A.W. Leach, and J.D. Mumford
Consistency in pest risk analysis - how can it be achieved and what are the benefits?
EPPO Bulletin 42 (1), 3-12 (2012)

M. Kenis, S. Bacher, R.H.A. Baker, E. Branquart, S. Brunel, J. Holt, P.E. Hulme, A. MacLeod, J. Pergl, F. Petter, P. Pysek, G. Schrader, A. Sissons, U. Starfinger, and U. Schaffner
New protocols to assess the environmental impact of pests in the EPPO decision-support scheme for pest risk analysis
EPPO Bulletin 42 (1), 21-27 (2012)

H. Kehlenbeck, R. Cannon, A. Breukers, A. Battisti, A. Leach, J. Mumford, and A. MacLeod
A protocol for analysing the costs and benefits of phytosanitary measures
EPPO Bulletin 42 (1), 81-88 (2012)

R. Steffek, S. Follak, N. Sauvion, G. Labonne, and A. MacLeod
Distribution of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma prunorum' and its vector Cacopsylla pruni in European fruit-growing areas: a review
EPPO Bulletin 42 (2), 191-202 (2012)

Robert Steffek, Swen Follak, Gudrun Strauss, Ko Verhoeven, Roel Potting, Olia Karadjova, Ventsyslav Ventsislavov, Vladimir Krumov, and Alan Macleod
On the distribution of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma pyri' in the European Union based on a systematic literature review approach
Bulletin of Insectology 64 (Suppl.), S271-S272 (2011)

L.R. Carrasco, T.D. Harwood, S. Toepfer, A. MacLeod, N. Levay, J. Kiss, R.H.A. Baker, J.D. Mumford, and J.D. Knight
Dispersal kernels of the invasive alien western corn rootworm and the effectiveness of buffer zones in eradication programmes in Europe
Annals of Applied Biology 156 (1), 63-77 (2010)

R.J.C. Cannon, L. Matthews, D.W. Collins, E. Agallou, P.W. Bartlett, K.F.A. Walters, A. Macleod, D.D. Slawson, and A. Gaunt
Eradication of an invasive alien pest, Thrips palmi
Crop Protection 26 (8), 1303-1314 (2007)

P.D. Cox, L. Matthews, R.J. Jacobson, R. Cannon, A. MacLeod, and K.F.A. Walters
Potential for the use of biological agents for the control of Thrips palmi (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) outbreaks
Biocontrol Science and Technology 16 (9), 871-891 (2006)

A. MacLeod, S.D. Wratten, N.W. Sotherton, and M.B. Thomas
'Beetle banks' as refuges for beneficial arthropods in farmland: long-term changes in predator communities and habitat
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 6 (2), 147-154 (2004)

A. MacLeod, J. Head, and A. Gaunt
An assessment of the potential economic impact of Thrips palmi on horticulture in England and the significance of a successful eradication campaign
Crop Protection 23 (7), 601-610 (2004)

Alan MacLeod, Hugh F. Evans, and Richard H.A. Baker
The establishment potential of Anoplophora glabripennis in Europe
Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 55 (4), 83-84 (2003)

A. MacLeod, H.F. Evans, and R.H.A. Baker
An analysis of pest risk from an Asian longhorn beetle (Anoplophora glabripennis) to hardwood trees in the European community
Crop Protection 21 (8), 635-645 (2002)

A. MacLeod
Attraction and retention of Episyrphus balteatus DeGeer (Diptera : Syrphidae) at an arable field margin with rich and poor floral resources
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 73 (3), 237-244 (1999)

G.L. Lövei, A. Macleod, and J.M. Hickman
Dispersal and effects of barriers on the movement of the New Zealand hover fly Melanostoma fasciatum (Dipt., Syrphidae) on cultivated land
Journal of Applied Entomology - Zeitschrift für angewandte Entomologie 122 (2-3), 115-120 (1998)

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