Issue 11: Pest management

Links

Pacific: Pacific Islands Ecosystems at Risk (PIER)

The Pacific Islands Ecosystems at Risk (PIER) project compiles and disseminates information on exotic plant species of known or potential threat to Pacific Island ecosystems. In consultation and coordination with other Pacific Rim and island nations,... Link | Read more...

IPM resources overview

Extensive entomology index of online IPM information sharing services, provided by Iowa State. Link | Read more...

IPM e-learning

Overview of IPM e-learning possibilities, compiled by ICIPE. | Read more...

15 Steps to Learning ArcView

15 Steps to Learning ArcView is a tutorial on the most widely used GIS software package. It is based on a workshop on IPM and GIS by leading GIS expert Larry Grossman, held at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda (2002). | Read more...

FAO's GeoWeb

GeoWeb is a web-based application that allows you to see satellite-based data and imagery used by FAO's Global Information and Early Warning System (GIEWS) analysts. Users can put together customized maps to assess the crop and food supply situation in their part of the world. Link | Read more...

Africa: CIRAD's COTON-Doc

CIRAD has produced COTON Doc, an encyclopaedic CD-ROM software programme on cotton and cotton pests in French-speaking sub-saharian Africa. This resource presents integrated cotton crop protection information in a format that includes texts (more than 1,500 pages) and full screen colour photos. | Read more...

Africa: ICIPE's African Remote Sensing Data Bank - Africa Digital Map Page

The African Remote Sensing Data Bank was set up by the ICIPE Insect Informatics Unit to capture and archive climatic and environmental data relevant to the activities of ICIPE, its partners and collaborators. | Read more...

CIAT's Floramap - Land Use

FloraMap is a free software tool available on CD-ROM that links to various databases and draws detailed maps of the most likely distribution of plants and other organims in the wild. The product of more than 20 years of research at the Center for... Link | Read more...

FAO’s Emergency Prevention System (EMPRES)

FAO's Emergency Prevention System (EMPRES) for Transboundary Animal and Plant Pests and Diseases helps to minimize the risk of pest crises by offering online pest forecasts and warnings as well as assessing outbreaks and coordinating crisis management. Link | Read more...

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