Surveillance

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'Surveillance' is published as Ministry for Primary Industries authoritative source of information on the ongoing biosecurity surveillance activity and the health status of New Zealand’s animal and plant populations in both terrestrial and aquatic environments. It reports information of interest both locally and internationally and complements New Zealand’s international reporting.

Each complete edition of 'Surveillance' can be downloaded from this website.

If you wish to download individual articles, or search for particular topics, 'Surveillance' is also available in an indexed, searchable format at SciQuest (offsite link to www.sciquest.org.nz).

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Contents

  • Editorial: Research in biosecurity surveillance
  • Animals:
    • Report
      Exotic diseases of poultry: a review
    • Quarterly reports: October to December 2013
      Quarterly review of diagnostic cases
      Quarterly report of investigations of suspected exotic diseases
  • Marine and Freshwater
    • Quarterly reports: October to December 2013
      Quarterly report of investigations of suspected exotic marine and freshwater pests and diseases
  • Plants and Environment
    • Reports
      A pragmatic approach to delimitation
      A biosecurity post-border success story: early detection and removal of Rugonectria canker fungus in an oak tree
      Using multiple lures in surveillance traps to improve efficiency and effectiveness
      Quarterly reports: October to December 2013
      Plants and environment investigation report
  • Pest Watch: 9 November - 14 February 2014

Previous Issues

Complete past issues are available on this website as far back as June, 1999 (Vol. 26, No. 2). If you require information from before this time, please visit www.sciquest.co.nz (offsite link to www.sciquest.co.nz)

Page last updated: 31 March 2014