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The challenges of pest risk analysis

, : The challenges of pest risk analysis. Plant quarantine statistics: a review Proceedings of an International Workshop, Sydney, Australia, December 1995: 43-58

Pest risk analysis, incorporating risk assessment and risk management, is described. Pest risk assessment examines the sequence of events which pests must survive if a breeding population is to be established in the importing country.

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