EFSA Journal

EFSA publishes all its scientific outputs, including its scientific opinions, in the EFSA Journal. It also issues a range of supporting publications. See also Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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WEB application for the Analysis of Spatio‐Temporal Data

In specific contract No 14 issued under the framework agreement OC/EFSA/AMU/2015/02, EFSA requested Open Analytics to update the existing software for analysing and visualizing spatio‐temporal data. In the exploratory analysis, local statistics (Moran ...

External Scientific Report
20 February 2020

Pest categorisation of non‐EU Tephritidae

The Panel on Plant Health performed a group pest categorisation of non‐EU Tephritidae, a large insect family containing well‐studied and economically important fruit fly species and little studied species with scarce information regarding their hosts and ...

Report of the ENETWILD workshop

The ENETWILD consortium implementedtheEFSA‐funded project “Wildlife: collecting and sharing data on wildlife populations, transmitting animal diseases agents”, whose main objective is to collect wild boardensity, hunting and occurrence dataand model speci ...

Pest categorisation of non‐EU viruses of Rubus L.

The Panel on Plant Health of EFSA conducted a pest categorisation of 17 viruses of Rubus L. that were previously classified as either non‐EU or of undetermined standing in a previous opinion. These infectious agents belong to different genera and are hete ...

Pest categorisation of Spodoptera eridania

The EFSA Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Spodoptera eridania (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) for the European Union (EU). S. eridania (southern armyworm) is a highly polyphagous pest native to the Americas which has spread to Africa bein ...

Pest categorisation of Saperda tridentata

The EFSA Panel on Plant Health (PLHP) performed a pest categorisation of Saperda tridentata (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) for the EU. S. tridentata (elm borer) occurs in eastern North America. Ulmus americana and U. rubra are almost exclusively reported as h ...

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