Research to improve pest risk methods

The International Pest Risk Research Group is focused on improving pest risk modelling and mapping methods through the application and sharing of rigorous, innovative research.

IPRRG 2019, Poznań, Poland - PDFs of presentations now available!

IPRRG 2019, Poznań, Poland - PDFs of presentations now available!

Our 13th annual meeting was held in Poznań, Poland, from 3 to 6 September 2019. PDF versions of participant presentations are available from the "IPRRG 2019" meeting archive.

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Introducing Project X - "Burgeoning Asian Trade Connectivity: Implications for International Pest Risks"

Introducing Project X - "Burgeoning Asian Trade Connectivity: Implications for International Pest Risks"

A new Group project, known by the nickname "Project X", emerged from the IPRRG 2018 meeting in Taichung, Taiwan. The project is intended to focus the skills and talents of IPRRG on a pressing global issue. A full prospectus for the project is available on the Project X page.

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Project Stinky

Project Stinky

The brown marmorated stinkbug (Halyomorpha halys) is an invasive pest. IPRRG has a project to prepare a global pest risk assessment for this pest.

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IPRRG replacing International Advisory Group on Pest Risk Analysis (IAGPRA)

We hope that everyone is staying safe and doing reasonably well in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although there are many challenges ahead over the coming months, we thought it was important to share an exciting development: IPRRG will be assuming the responsibilities of the former International Advisory Group on Pest Risk Analysis (IAGPRA). […]

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Postponement of IPRRG 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic

Dear IPRRG members, All of us have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools, offices, restaurants and public spaces are closed in many countries, and large social gatherings have been discouraged, if not banned. There are restrictions on both international and domestic travel. In some parts of the world, residents have been ordered to stay […]

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Special Collection: Geospatial Analysis of Invasive Insects

The Annals of the Entomological Society of America has just published a special collection of papers on geospatial analysis of invasive insects.  This collection is of relevance to IPRRG, with more than half of the papers featuring IPRRG members!  The special issue, published by Oxford University Press can be found here.  N.B. these papers are […]

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Panel on Challenges in Pest Risk Assessment at Scientific Session, February 2020, Poznań

Please see the announcement below about a Panel on Challenges in Pest Risk Assessment, which will take place at the 60th Anniversary Scientific Session of the Institute of Plant Protection-National Research Institute in February 2020 in Poznań, Poland. The Panel is being organized in cooperation with IPRRG. The announcement includes a link to register for […]

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