ADDITIONAL READING

 

 

  • Ban, J., 2000. Agricultural biological warfare: An overview. The Arena, Number 9, June 2000. Washington: Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute. 8 pp.

 

  • Brown, C., 1999. Agro-terrorism: a cause for alarm. The Monitor: Nonproliferation, Demilitarization, and Arms Control. Winter-Spring 1999, pp 6-8.

 

  • Casagrande, R., 2000.  Biological terrorism targeted at agriculture: the threat to US national security. Nonproliferation Review 7 no. 3, 92-105.

 

  • Casagrande, R., 2002.  Biological Warfare Targeted at Livestock. BioScience, in press (July issue).

 

  • Dudley, J. P., and M. H. Woodford, 2002.  Bioweapons, biodiversity, and ecocide: potential effects of bioweapons on biological diversity. BioScience, in press (July issue).

 

  • Frazier, T. W., and D. C. Richardson (eds), 1999. Food and Agricultural Security: Guarding Against Natural Threats and Terrorist Attacks Affecting Health, National food Supplies, and Agricultural Economics. New York: New York Academy of Sciences (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol 894). 233 pp.

 

  • Gordon, J. C., and S. Bech-Nielsen, 1986. Biological terrorism: a direct threat to our livestock industry.  Military Medicine 151, 357-363.

 

  • Kohnen, A. S., 2000. Responding to the Threat of Agroterrorism: Specific Recommendations for the United States Department of Agriculture. BCSIA Discussion Paper 2000-29, ESDP Discussion Paper ESDP-2000-04, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, October 2000. 43 pp. Available online at http://ksgnotes1.harvard.edu/BCSIA/ESDP.nsf/www/Research.

 

  • Madden, L. V., 2002.  A population-dynamic approach to assess the threat of plant pathogens as biological weapons against annual crops. BioScience 52, 65-74.

 

  • Rogers, P., S. Whitby and M. Dando, 1999. Biological warfare against crops. Scientific American, June, pp 70-75.

 

  • Van der Plank, J. E., 1963. Plant diseases in biological warfare. Pp 212-222 in J. E. van der Plank, Plant Diseases: Epidemics and Control. New York: Academic Press.

 

  • Wheelis, M., 1999. Biological sabotage in world war I. Pp. 35-62 in E. Geissler and J. E. v. C. Moon (Eds.) Biological and Toxin Weapons: Research, Development and Use from the Middle Ages to 1945. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

  • Wheelis, M., R. Casagrande, and L. V. Madden, 2002.  Biological attack on agriculture: low-tech, high-impact bioterrorism. BioScience, in press (July issue).

 

  • Whitby, S. M., 2001. The potential use of plant pathogens against crops. Microbes and Infection 3, 73-80.

 

  • Whitby, S. M., 2002. Biological Warfare Against Crops. Palgrave.

 

  • Whitby, S. and P. Rogers, 1997. Anti-crop biological warfare—implications of the Iraqi and US programmes. Defense Analysis 13, 303-318.

 

  • Wilson, T. M., L. Logan-Henfrey, R. Weller, and B. Kellman. 2000. Agroterrorism, biological crimes, and biological warfare targeting animal agriculture, p. 23-57. In C. Brown and C. Bolin (eds.), Emerging Diseases of Animals. ASM Press, Washington, D.C.