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Presentations @ Expert Workshop Preventing Biological Invasions:
Best Practices in Pre-Import Risk Screening for Species of Live Animals in International Trade

University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA, 9-11 April 2008

Short Papers and PowerPoint presentations

Title and author(s)/presenter(s)                 (Nya = not yet available) (Yes = it is available now)

Short Paper (PDF)

PowerPoint (PDF)

Context

Best available technology in science and economics in pre-import animal risk analysis: Dr. David Lodge (University of Notre Dame, USA)

Yes

Yes

Overview of International Law on Pre-import Risk Screening of Live Animal Imports in International Trade: Peter Jenkins (Defenders of Wildlife, USA)

Yes

Yes

Pre-import animal screening of intentional animal introduction: what outcomes do we aim for and how do we obtain them: Dr. Maj de Poorter, (IUCN SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group, New Zealand)

Yes

Yes

Science and Economics of Pre-Import Screening for Animal Species

Identifying suitable habitat, uncertainties, and pre-import decisions: Dr. Simon Barry (CSIRO- Mathematical and Information Sciences, Australia)

Yes

Nya

Forecasting spread and impact to inform pre-import decisions: Dr. Jon Bossenbroek (University of Toledo, USA)

Yes

Yes

Risk identification protocols for pre- and post-import screening of aquatic organisms (with emphasis on freshwater fishes): Dr. Gordon Copp (Center for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science -CEFAS, UK)

Yes

-

Alien reptiles and amphibians: early progress toward predicting risk: Dr. Fred Kraus (Bishop Museum, Hawaii, USA)

Yes

-

Incorporating risk of pathogens, parasites, and zoonotic disease in pre-import decisions:Dr. Peter Daszak (Center for Conservation Medicine, USA)

Nya

Yes

Results of a plant screening test with implications for animal screening approaches: Dr. Doria Gordon (The Nature Conservancy and the University of Florida, USA)

Yes

Yes

Cost-benefit analysis of pre-import risk screening: Dr. Reuben Keller (University of Notre Dame, USA)

Yes

Yes

Socio-economic considerations for pre-import screening of live animals: Dr. Jamie K. Reaser (Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council-PIJAC)

Yes

-

The International Legal and Institutional Context for Pre-Import Screening of Animal Species in International Trade

The Convention on Biological Diversity and invasive alien species, from Rio to Bonn: Junko Shimura (CBD Secretariat)

Yes

Yes

Precautionary regulation of live animal imports -- a perspective on national capabilities in developing countries: Tomme Young (Consultant)

Nya

Nya

Role of IPPC in pre-import animal screening: Lesley Cree (Canadian Food Inspection Agency – on behalf of IPPC)

Yes

Yes

CITES and Invasive Species: Simon Nemtzov (Israel Nature and Parks Authority, Israel)

Yes

Yes

Current National or Regional Practices for Pre-Import Screening of Animal Species in International Trade

Pre import screening of live animals for import into Australia: Nick Gascoigne (Exotic Species Regulation Section, Wildlife Branch, Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Australia)

Yes

Yes

Israel's new regulatory approach to risk screening for live animal imports: Simon Nemtzov (Israel Nature and Parks Authority, Israel)

Yes

Yes

Regional Approach to and risk assessment for aquaculture species – South Pacific Ben Ponia, (Secretariat of the Pacific Community - SPC /Secrétariat général de la Communauté du Pacifique – CPS, New Caledonia)

Yes

Yes

Addressing intentional animal imports in the development of the Mauritius Invasive Alien Species Action Plan: John R Mauremootoo (Consultant)

Yes

Yes

Japanese IAS law and its practical implementation for addressing intentional animal imports: Tomoo Mizutani (Dept of IAS control and eradication, Nature Conservation Bureau, Ministry of the Environment, Japan)

Yes

Yes

Information Exchange Tools

The role of international information exchange tools in pre-import screening and invasion risk analysis: Michael Browne (IUCN SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group, New Zealand)

Yes

Yes

Networking information on IAS in South America: first steps toward standardized risk analysis tools(Sergio Zalba, Gekko-Grupo de Estudios en Conservacion y Manejo, Depto. de Biologia, Bioquimica y Farmacia,  Argentina )

Yes

Yes

 

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