Credits

   
   

We are very grateful to the people and organisations who contributed to the development of the PIAT:

  • Monica Gruber, Allan Burne, Meghan Cooling, Antoine Felden, Evan Brenton-Rule and Phil Lester at Pacific Biosecurity, Victoria Link Ltd. and School of Biological Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Matt Plummer and Andre Geldenhuis of Information Technology Services, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Warren Butcher and Nathan Stewart of Image Services, Information Technology Services, Victoria University of Wellington
  • David Moverley at SPREP, and SPREP secondees Natasha Doherty, Huia Lloyd, Tiffany Straza and Kelvin Floyd
  • Ray Pierce of EcoOceania Pty Limited
  • Viv van Dyk, Paul Craddock and the rest of the team at FBA Consulting, Auckland, New Zealand
  • Cas Vanderwoude, Michelle Montgomery and Heather Forrester of Hawai'i Ant Lab
  • Josua Wainiqolo, Maclean Vaqalo, Lesio Saurara and the rest of the team at SPC BATS
  • Mika Perez, Kelemeni Tavuto, Luisa Naseri-Sale and the environment officers Leuta Tamoa, Aokuso Vavega and Christian Perez of EDNRE Tokelau
  • The Taupulega and residents of Atafu, Tokelau
  • Kinaai Kaairo, Tauoea Reiher, Teaaro Otiuea, Ata Binoka, Ratita Bebe, Katareti Taabu, Takena Redfern, Lily Reue, Burangke Tabeibeti, Nukate Teaotai, Roiti Kienene, Robite Teaete, Karoti Toto, Tauaua Herman, Kiritian Batoromaio, Tioti Taoaba from Kiribati MELAD
  • Pene Ferguson, Environmental Safeguards Specialist at World Bank
  • Gary Ward and Jo Hagen at Victoria Link (VicLink), Victoria University of Wellington
  • Eli Sarnat of Antwork Consulting, LLC
  • Lori Lach from James Cook University, Queensland
  • Lucy Karger, Chris Clerc and Gareth Humphreys at the Wet Tropics Management Authority, Queensland
  • Ben Hoffmann of CSIRO Australia
  • Dave Nendick, Disna Gunawardana, Nicky Fitzgibbon, Sheree Christian, Tim Ryder, Rebecca Tayler and Rafael Barbieri at New Zealand Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI)
  • Christina Boser from the Nature Conservancy
  • Sheldon Plentovich, Stefan Kropidlowski and Kevin Donmoyer at the United States Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Paul Krushelnycky at the University of Hawai'i
  • Bonnie Dietrich and Janelle Saneishi at the Hawai'i Department of Agriculture
  • Bob Peck of the United States Geological Survey
  • Greg Sherley, formerly of UNDP Pacific
  • Souad Boudjelas of Pacific Invasives Initiative
  • Christine Horlock, Sarah Corcoran, Gary Morton and Ross Wylie of Biosecurity Queensland
  • Cleo Bertelsmeier, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
  • Ross Miller at University of Guam
  • Christian Rabeling from University of Rochester
  • Mark Schmaedick of American Samoa Community College
  • Jean-Yves Meyer of the Government of French Polynesia
  • Martin Coates of the Australian Government
  • Mark Widmer of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia
  • Phil Cowan of Landcare Research New Zealand, and the NZ-US JCM Invasive Species Working Group, Pacific Engagement Theme
  • Darren Ward of Landcare Research New Zealand
  • Eleanor Spicer Rice and Clint Penick at North Carolina State University
  • Josh King and Hester Dingle from the University of Central Florida
  • Sanford Porter and David Oi, of the USDA ARS, Gainesville
  • Jess Russell, Fabian Westermann, Jana Dobelman, Oliver Quinn of Victoria University of Wellington
  • Pete Green of LaTrobe University, Melbourne
  • Alex Wild, Curator of Entomology at the University of Texas at Austin
  • Shyama Pagad and Mason Smith of IUCN
  • Marion Saunders of Pinehaven School, Royal Society of New Zealand Teacher Fellow
  • James Russell and Jacqueline Beggs of the University of Auckland
  • Quah of the Termites and Ants of Malaysia Blog
  • Cynthia Vanderlip of Department of Land and Natural Resources / Division of Forestry and Wildlife Hawai'i
  • Frank Tedo, Mikhailia Jacoby, Deb Pople and Jamie Naylor, associated with the Wet Tropics Management Authority
  • Jerry Schappert, the Bug Doctor
  • Pacific Invasives Learning Network (PILN) members throughout the Pacific, especially those who attended the 2016 PILN meeting in Samoa
  • Sam Panapa and Matio Lonalona, MNRL Tuvalu
  • Viliami Hakaumotu, Tonga Invasive Species Coordinator
  • Richard Griffiths, Island Conservation
  • The moderators of, and participants in PestNet, particularly Graeme Jackson
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