Dr. Natalie Banks
Dr. Natalie Banks
Murdoch University, PBCRC, CSIRO
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The role of global trade and transport network topology in the human‐mediated dispersal of alien species
NC Banks, DR Paini, KL Bayliss, M Hodda
Ecology letters 18 (2), 188-199, 2015
Plant‐parasitic nematodes as invasive species: characteristics, uncertainty and biosecurity implications
SK Singh, M Hodda, GJ Ash, NC Banks
Annals of Applied Biology 163 (3), 323-350, 2013
Invasions of the Portuguese millipede, Ommatoiulus moreleti, in southern Australia
GH Baker, L Grevinga, N Banks
Pedobiologia 56 (4-6), 213-218, 2013
Dispersal of potato cyst nematodes measured using historical and spatial statistical analyses
NC Banks, M Hodda, SK Singh, EM Matveeva
Phytopathology 102 (6), 620-626, 2012
Nematode threats in the NAQS region
M Hodda, NC Banks, SK Singh
CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Canberra, Australia, 2012
Nematodes network too: diversity, abundance and dispersal via plant produce trade networks
NC Banks, N Tangchitsomkid, T Chanmalee, T Sangsawang, P Songvilay, ...
Plant Pathology 67 (7), 1636-1644, 2018
Nematology communication & education: from farmers to postdoctoral researchers & everyone between
M Hodda, N Tangchitsomkid, KA Davies, SK Singh, NC Banks
6th International Congress of Nematology, 2014
The tangled web we weave: Human-mediated spread of invasive species via trade networks using nematodes as model organisms
NC Banks
Murdoch University, 2017
The tangled web we weave: human mediated spread of nematodes via trade networks
NC Banks, ME Hodda, SK Singh, DR Paini, KL Bayliss
Surveillance strategies for early detection of nematode incursions
SK Singh, M Hodda, NC Banks
6th International Congress of Nematology, 2014
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