Surveillance and sampling to maintain absence of pests and diseases

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    Partner contribution from DAWE of $100,000 each year; This project aims to develop empirically validated statistical and mathematical methods for industry and government to deliver more efficient biosecurity surveillance programs. The project endeavours to enhance biosecurity at the border and within Australia, while minimising the costs and burden of testing. Expected project outcomes include effective surveillance and sampling for high-priority threats, accessible software for decisionmakers, and generalisable approaches to address rapidly increasing biosecurity risks. Significant benefits include maintaining absence of key pathogens and pests in Australia.
    Effective start/end date5/06/233/06/26


    • Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment: A$300,000.00
    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$579,272.00


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