January 2017

The January 2017 issue of IPM Insights focuses on Invasive Species.

A Career in IPM and Invasive Species
A Career in IPM and Invasive Species

Donna Ellis has led an interesting career in IPM and invasive species.

IPM a Way Forward for Invasive Species Management
IPM a Way Forward for Invasive Species Management

If you’re someone who wants to promote the conservation of biodiversity, you might enjoy working on the issue of invasive species.

The Identity Problem of the Southern Pine Beetle
The Identity Problem of the Southern Pine Beetle

The southern pine beetle has been wandering northward into the pine forests of New Jersey and neighboring states, causing major destruction to native pine forests.

Identifying an Invasive: The Case of the Stink Bug
Identifying an Invasive: The Case of the Stink Bug

On StopBMSB.org, a website dedicated to the brown marmorated stink bug, the most popular page (besides the home page) is the one about stink bug look-alikes.

Invasive Update: Spotted-Wing Drosophila
Invasive Update: Spotted-Wing Drosophila

In 2016, the Northeastern IPM Center awarded $20,000 for a working group to control the spread of the invasive spotted-wing drosophila (SWD).

January 2017 Download

The January 2017 issue of IPM Insights on Invasive Species is now available as a downloadable PDF.

Resources January 2017

Resources from the January 2017 issue of IPM Insights