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CURRICULUM VITAE
Name Charles F. DEWHURST

Nationalities: British and Irish

Address: 33 Francis Street,

Leckhampton, Cheltenham,

Gloucestershire, GL53 7NY

United Kingdom.

Status: Married.

Telephone: + 44 (0) 1242 256208 (Home, UK)

Fax: + n/a

E-mail charles.dewhurst@theNRgroup.net



charles.dewhurst@pngopra.org.pg
Specialisations:

Entomology, (integrated pest management, especially for Lepidoptera and Orthoptera); terrestrial and aquatic biology. Environmental monitoring (biodiversity); Project monitoring, Project evaluation; Field survey, training and operational logistics.


Key expertise and experience:

  • Entomologist, (tropical and temperate). Oil palm entomology, IPM of oil palm pests.

  • Biodiversity monitoring of Non-target Organisms (NTO’s), aquatic (FW) habitat inventories.

  • Locust Ecologist (survey & control), with regional logistical and technical responsibilities to Locust Control Sections (in Sudan and Eritrea).

  • International consultancy and operational research experience in Amirantes Islands, Botswana, Burundi, Cyprus, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Georgia-CIS, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Morocco, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, South Africa, Somalia, Spain, France, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Yemen Arab Republic, Zambia, and Zimbabwe (29 countries, 19 in Africa).

  • Fifteen years of operational and management experience including all aspects of field operations with, Desert Locust Control Organization for eastern Africa, responsible to the Director and member country governments (up to and including Ministerial level) which included, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan, & Eritrea. Latterly as project manager overseeing multidisciplinary and multi-cultural projects for the management of an applied, regional programme for migrant pest management, in African agricultural and rangeland systems, and which consisted of a large multi-disciplinary, multi-ethnic team of resident and visiting research and development scientists from a wide range of biological and physical disciplines.

  • See also publications list and Other Skills.


Overview:

I am currently Head of Entomology for the PNG Oil Palm Research Association, providing technical advice to the palm oil producing industry and smallholder growers on all pest related issues for oil palm in Papua New Guinea, with special emphasis on IPM methodologies within the framework of ISO 14001 and RSPO.

Previously I was a freelance biological specialist Consultant, and a founder Member of theNRgroup of Development Professionals (www.thenrgroup.net), where I was involved in a number of projects, e.g., environmental monitoring of the effects on biodiversity and health, of locust control operations in Kazakhstan, biodiversity monitoring survey of a reclaimed gravel excavation site, saline habitat surveys, and bat habitat surveys for the building industry in the United Kingdom.

In March 2004, I returned from an overseas posting at the Plant Protection Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Sudan with the FAO EMPRES programme for the control of Desert Locust. This involved logistical, technical and training duties with extensive fieldwork. The majority of my working life has been spent overseas, primarily in Africa where I was involved in a multi-disciplinary, multi-ethnic project on the ecology, management and control of the African armyworm, a migratory noctuid moth pest of cereal crops. My work there required that I travel extensively throughout the region, providing training, operational advice, research and representation at meetings. Latterly I was the Project Manager.

At NRI, I was an integral part of many small projects involved mainly with ecotoxicology, and preparation of Handbooks for reference and training. I worked on project evaluation in Georgia-CIS on Colorado beetle.

I have undertaken work monitoring freshwater biodiversity in UK, and will be involved in aquatic invertebrate monitoring for environmental assessment in Papua New Guinea.

I have undertaken both short-term and longer-term consultancies, mainly involving locusts and armyworm, also in Africa.

I have worked in 29 countries, 19 of which were in Africa.

I am currently working in West New Britain, Papua New Guinea.
Information technology skills:

Word, Excel, PowerPoint, basic Access.

E-mail. Internet use.

European Computer Driving License (ECDL)


Qualifications and memberships:

B.Sc. (Hons.) Botany & Zoology.

Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society of London.

Member of the Freshwater Biological Association.

A founder member of theNRGroup of development professionals (www.thenrgroup.net).

Training in Environmental Impact Assessment and Geographical Information Systems.

City & Guilds: Basic Competence in Information Technology August 1998.

Short courses completed in: Effective Supervision and Management, Management Skills Development, Time management, & Report Writing. (Price Waterhouse & in-house training).


Other skills:

Editor of The Journal East Africa Natural History Society and National Museums (1989-92).

Extensive field experience in temperate and tropical environments.

Wide knowledge of, and personal interest in Natural History, (especially Myiasis).

Curatorial skills.

Clean driving license.

Private Pilots license (lapsed after 24 years).
Languages:

English (mother tongue), with a good knowledge of spoken Swahili; and a working knowledge of spoken and written french some basic Arabic.


Employment record:

March 2005-date: Head of Entomology, Papua New Guinea Oil Palm Research Association Inc., West New Britain.
March 2004 – March 2005: Freelance Consultant (NRGroup).
December 2002February 2004: F.A.O., Desert Locust Survey and Control Ecologist, EMPRES/CR (Emergency Prevention System for Transboundary Animal and Plant Pests and Diseases Programme- (Desert Locust Management in the Central Region).
Sept. 2001 – November 2002: Freelance consultant, UK based.

1995 to 2001: Principal Scientific Officer, Agricultural Resources Management Department, Natural Resources Institute, Chatham, U.K.
1991-1994: Principal Scientific Officer, Natural Resources Institute, Chatham U.K.
1977-1990: Senior Scientific Officer, Natural Resources Institute, Chatham U.K.
1977 to 1992: Seconded to Desert Locust Control Organization for Eastern Africa, Nairobi, Kenya.
1974 to 1976: Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation, (Australia),

Dung Beetle Research Unit, Pretoria, South Africa.


1971 to 1973: University of London.
1969 to 1971: Anti-Locust Research Centre, London, U.K., seconded to the East African Agriculture & Forestry Research Organisation, Muguga, Nairobi, Kenya.
1966 to 1969: Anti-Locust Research Centre, London, U.K.
Experience:

  • Head of section, responsible for provision of technical advice to the palm oil producing industry, training, monitoring and operational research on oil palm pests, with a staff of eight. (2005-date).

  • Aquatic, (freshwater) biodiversity survey of gravel pit development, and freshwater ponds.

  • Desert locust survey, control, training, monitoring, logistics and technical advice..

  • Armyworm and locusts; international consultancy, training, logistics.

  • Deputy to Head of Department in the Pest Management Department, NRI (1995).

  • Manager, Field Ecology Resource Centre, Applied Ecology Division, NRI (1992-1994).

Responsible for 18 staff, scientific commissioning and outputs, also budgets for training, equipment and travel.

  • Supporting international scientific and local staff; having direct responsibility to The Director, Desert Locust Control Organization-EA for all policy and extra-mural scientific work of both programmes. As project manager, responsible for work plans, budgets, purchasing, accounts, representation and reporting (13 staff). Representing and assisting management of an international organisation at senior government level.

  • Financial responsibility to EU Delegation in Nairobi, for preparation of accounts and reporting procedures

  • Project Manager for the Insect Pests Management Initiative, attached to the above programme. Close liaison with NRI for Extra-Mural Contracts and management inputs

  • Basic training in Environmental Impact Assessment and Geographical Information Systems:

  • Editor of the Journal, and Executive Committee member, of The East Africa Natural History Society and National Museums, 1989-1992.

  • Entomologist/Ecologist with international programme for biological control of large mammal dung.


Applied Research:

    • Applied and operational research on economic pests of oil palm (monitoring, research and training & control).

  • Migrant pest management (monitoring, survey, control, training and sampling techniques, including aerial surveys, environmental monitoring; providing technical advice with control and survey activities).

  • Locust and grasshopper ecology and habitat monitoring, and production of training material.

  • Nutrient recycling in tropical agriculture – effects of pesticide ‘pour-ons’.on the Coleoptera (Scarabaeinae) and Diptera fauna of cattle dung.

  • Ornithology (with special emphasis on raptor ecology).

  • Myiasis, (particularly of ungulates in Africa).

  • Extensive ecological survey and biological study on Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae for the biological control of dung for CSIRO.


Advisory

  • Desert Locust Survey, Control and implementation of individual Country Focus Programmes in Sudan & Eritrea, production of reference materials for locust officers.

  • Biodiversity monitoring of spraying operations in northeastern Africa (advisory inputs), and Central Asia (project input).

  • Project evaluation on behalf of CARE for ODA (EAD).

  • Consulting (advisory) work for the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), on the assessment of armyworm regional outbreaks in countries of Eastern, Western and Southern Africa. Desert Locust monitoring, survey and control planning and logistics in north-eastern and western Africa.

  • Ecotoxicological and entomological methodologies training for l’Organisation National pour l’environment (ONE), Madagascar.

  • Field surveys for biological control of coconut scale to the Amirantes Islands (Indian Ocean).


General experience:

  • Extensive experience in working in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary projects for aid agencies and international bodies, in Africa, and the Far east (Applied field-based research and logistics),

  • Biodiversity and Environmental health monitoring,

  • Project evaluation in Central Europe (Georgia-CIS),

  • Freshwater invertebrate ecology in temperate waters (UK),

  • Co-author of a handbook; The African Armyworm (Status, Biology, Ecology, Epidemiology and Management), 1st and 2nd editions.

  • Co-author of Chapter in book: Birds in Ecological Monitoring methods for the Assessment of Pesticide impact in the Tropics.

  • Laboratory work on polymerase -chain -reaction (PCR), DNA multiplication with Cynodon dactylon (Gramineae),

  • Extensive field experience, rearing and curatorial experience with insect species, particularly crop pests and myiasis inducing species, with material deposited at The Natural History Museum, London, and with the Plymouth Municipal Museum,


Projects:

Papua New Guinea: 2005- date: PNG Oil Palm Research Association Inc.,



Project title. Head of Entomologisy
United Kingdom: 2004: (1 week): Lafarge Aggregates Ltd.

Project title. Biodiversity survey of gravel lake, Sonning Eye, Oxfordshire.
Sudan and Eritrea: 2002-2004: (14 months). FAO/EMPRES/CR

Project title: Desert Locust Management in the Central Region. Improvement of survey and control monitoring and reporting through the provision of technical advice; vegetation and habitat monitoring, taxa recognition procedures, with Locust Control Section in Sudan and Eritrea.

Kazakhstan: 2002: (5 weeks). Asian Development Bank/IPP Consultants



Project title: - Locust Management Project. Project management, and planning, biodiversity monitoring with national experts during control operations.
United Kingdom and Zimbabwe: 2002 (3 weeks). Natural Resources Institute/DfID

Project title: Environmental Risks of insecticide-treated cattle in Southern African livestock systems. Rearing, preparation and identification of Diptera species inhabiting bovine dung.
Tanzania: 2002 (3 weeks). Natural Resources Institute/DfID

Project title: Control of African armyworm. Field trials with nucleopolyhedrosis virus (SpexNPV) as a potential biocide.
United Kingdom: 2001 (1 week). Natural Resources Institute/DfID.

Project title: Revision of manuscript on Farmer Perceptions of crop pest damage.
Sudan: 2001: (2 weeks): Swedish International Development Agency, (Sida)/FAO,

Project title: Environmental (biodiversity) Monitoring in potential locust control operational areas.
Kazakhstan: 2001: (2.5 months). Asian Development Bank/IPP Consultants

Project title: Locust Management Project. Project management, and planning, biodiversity monitoring during control operations. Visit 1.
United Kingdom: 2001: Chichester Harbour Conservancy.

Project title: Freshwater and saline pond biodiversity surveys.
Zimbabwe: 2001: (4 weeks). DfID. (ZC145).

Project title: Environmental Risks of insecticide-treated cattle in Southern African livestock systems. As entomologist & part of a team. 3-year on-going project. Undertaking field and laboratory based bioassays of two insecticides and their effects on Scarabaeinae and Muscidae.
Tanzania: 2001:(3 weeks). DfID, Crop Protection Programme.

Project title: Control of African armyworm using SpexNPV field trials in Arusha district. (A0995). On going, as part of a team evaluating the use of the biopesticide, SpexNPV
Zimbabwe: 2000: (3 weeks). DfID. (ZC145).

Project title: Environmental Risks of insecticide-treated cattle in Southern African livestock systems (A0928). Rearing and classifying the dung fauna, and making initial bioassays. Preparation and identification of a reference collection.
Burundi, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania: 1999: (5½ weeks). FAO (ASSC):

Project title: African armyworm outbreak emergency assessment and project preparation (L0092). Visit all countries involved to assess the consequences of armyworm outbreaks during the previous season, and evaluate the actions taken by each country to mitigate against outbreaks. Report and recommendations produced for FAO.
Burundi and Rwanda: 1999: (3 weeks). FAO:

Project title: African armyworm outbreak assessment in the region (C1157). To assess the situation and advise on control methodologies and safe handling practices. Report and recommendations produced for FAO.

Tanzania: 1999: (2½ weeks). DfID.



Project title: Field trials using SpexNPV virus against armyworm outbreaks (A0637). The identification of suitable trial sites, setting up and undertaking of the trials using the host-specific nucleopolyhedrosis virus.
Madagascar: 1998: (4 weeks). DfID.

Project title: Formation, appui et conseils fournis a l’Office national pour l’Environment ONE) dans le domaine du suivi ecologique associe aux operations de lutte antiacridienne d’urgence a Madagascar.

Assisting the ONE specialist teams with ecotoxicological methodologies and entomological training for field teams involved in environmental monitoring programmes related to locust control operations.


Eritrea: 1998: (2 weeks). DfID.

Project title: Ground-truthing of satellite data, and locust habitat monitoring (R0173). Collection of ground data related to the previous studies using satellite imagery for monitoring the ecological conditions and desert locust ecology.
Tanzania: 1997: (2 weeks). DfID.

Project title: Field preparations and project monitoring for modelling and virus projects (A0637, A0624). Report on project activities and problem solving.
Tanzania: 1997: (2 weeks). DfID

Project title: Monitoring visit and project implementation: armyworm control using virus (A0637). Presentation to Govt. Committee to move project forward.
Tanzania: 1997: (1 month). DfID.

Project title: Decision tools to aid armyworm surveillance and outbreak prediction (A0624) and NPV for control of armyworm in Tanzania. (A0637): Logistics and planning for setting up of two CPP projects.
Georgia (CIS): 1996: (2 weeks). CARE-UK (C0922).

Project title: Evaluation of Potato Growers Emergency Assistance Project (PEA) in Georgia. Project evaluation for Colorado beetle.
Eritrea: 1995/96: (4 months). DfID (R0173).

Project title: Desert locust and grasshopper habitat monitoring. Insect and plant material collection and identification. Ecological studies of grasshopper diversity and locust prevalence, in relation to the vegetation patterns on the Red Sea coastal plain.
Eritrea: 1995: (3 weeks). DfID. (R0173).

Project title: Ecological surveys of desert locust habitats. Activities were as above, but also involved training and the production of “Species recognition cards”, for a range of Acrididae.
Tanzania: 1995: (4 weeks). FAO

Project title: African Armyworm emergency assistance and logistics for Ministry of Agriculture, Crop Protection Department (Dar es Salaam), Pest Control Services (Arusha).
Eritrea: 1994: (4 weeks). FAO.

Project title: Ecological surveys of potential locust habitats. To include training of Ministry of Agriculture, Crop Protection Department personnel.
Zambia: 1994: (10 days). ODA

Project title: Visit to International Red Locust Control Organisation for Central and Southern Africa to assess emergency requirements during current locust emergency.

Gambia: 1994: (2 weeks). FAO.



Project title: Ecological surveys, pesticide usage assessment in desert locust control operations: including the training of crop protection personnel in recognition and management. Also to investigate storage logistics.
Guinea Bissau: 1994: (2 weeks). FAO

Project title: Desert Locust surveys and training: training of personnel from the Ministry of Agriculture, Crop Protection Department, and associated logistics of desert locust control in the country.
Zambia: 1994: (10 days). ODA (Disaster Unit).

Project title: Visit to International Red Locust Control Organisation for Central and Southern Africa on emergency logistical requirements for locust control operations.
Sudan: 1993: (8 weeks). FAO

Project title: Assisting Government of Sudan with the winter and summer control campaigns against desert locust: vegetation ecology, monitoring and control training (safe handling and use of pesticides, and logistics.)
Djibouti: 1992: (10 days). ODA.

Project title: Ministerial Council meeting (Desert Locust Control Organization for Eastern Africa).
Amirantes Islands: 1982/3: (8 days) (commercial funding).

Project title: To survey advise on control of scale insect (Coccidae) on coconuts.
Kenya: 1977-1992: (15 years). (ODA and EU).

Project title: Migrant Pest Control in Eastern Africa. Programme of applied research, control development and training for the management of the African armyworm. With responsibility for Djibouti, Ethiopia, (latterly also Eritrea), Kenya, Somalia, southern Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Yemen.
Kenya: 1969-1971: (3 years). ODA and Anti-Locust Research Centre.

Project title: African Armyworm Control.

Project assistant to Overseas Development Administration armyworm project, attached to East African Agriculture & Forestry Research Organisation. Responsible for trap network, training and outbreak research studies in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.


Southern Africa, southern France, Spain and Morocco: 1974-1976: (2 years).

Project title: Dung beetle introduction programme: Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Dung beetle Research Unit: Responsible for habitat type selection and species monitoring for beetle introduction programme for soil bio-remediation in Australia.

Publications:

  1. Anon (2005): Locust Officers’ Handbook. FAO, Rome.




  1. Vale, G.A., Grant, I.F., Dewhurst, C.F., Aigreau, D. (2004). Biological and chemical assays of pyrethroids in cattle dung. Bulletin of Entomological Research. 94, 273-282.




  1. Peveling, R, McWilliam, A.N, Nagel, P., Rasolomanana, H., Raholijaona, Rakotomianina, L., Ravoninjatovo, A., Dewhurst, C.F., Gibson, G., Rafanomezana, S., and Tingle, C.C.D. (2003). Impact of locust control on harvester termites and endemic vertebrate predators in Madagascar. Journal of Applied Ecology: 40:729-741.




  1. Tingle, C.C.D., Rother, J.A., Dewhurst, C.F., Lauer, S., and King, W.J. (2002a). Fipronil: environmental fate, ecotoxicology and human health concerns. Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 176: 1-66.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. & Douthwaite, R.J. (2002b.) Birds: pp. 229-242. In: Ecological Monitoring Methods for the Assessment of Pesticide Impact in the Tropics. (eds), Tingle, C.D.T. & Grant, I.F. Chatham, U.K. Natural Resources Institute.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F., Page, W.W & Rose, D.J.W. (2001). The relationship between outbreaks, rainfall and low-density populations of the African armyworm (Spodoptera exempta), in Kenya. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata. 98: 285-294




  1. Tingle, C.C.D., Rother, J.A., Dewhurst, C.F., Lauer, S., & King, W.J. (2000a). Health and environmental effects of fipronil. Briefing paper. Pesticide Action Network, UK. 30pp.




  1. Rose, D.J.W., Dewhurst, C.F. & Page, W.W. (compilers). 2nd. Edition. (2000b). The African Armyworm Handbook: The Status, Biology, Ecology, Epidemiology and Management of Spodoptera exempta (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) with particular reference to Eastern Africa. 2nd. Edition. Chatham, U.K: Natural Resources Institute. 304pp, pl. 26.




  1. Dewhurst, C. F. (1999a). Changes in the morphology of the mandibles of African armyworm larvae, Spodoptera exempta (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Journal of African Entomology, 7 (2): 261-264.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1999b). Forecasting Armyworms in the Tropics. Pesticide Outlook 10: 27-30.




  1. Anon. (1998). Pocket Field Cards of Locusts and Grasshoppers of Agricultural Importance in Eritrea. Chatham, U.K. Natural Resources Institute.




  1. Rose, D.J.W., Dewhurst, C.F. & Page, W.W. (compilers). 1st. edition. (1997). The African Armyworm Handbook: The Status, Biology, Ecology, Epidemiology and Management of Spodoptera exempta (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) with particular reference to Eastern Africa. Nairobi, Kenya: Desert Locust Control Organization for Eastern Africa, English press.165pp.




  1. Rose, D.J.W., Dewhurst, C.F., & Page, W.W. (1995). Bionomics of the African armyworm, Spodoptera exempta (Walker)(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in relation to its status as a pest. Insect Pest Management Reviews, 1: 49-64.




  1. Davies, A.L.V. & Dewhurst, C.F. (1993). Dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) recorded in Kenya and northern Tanzania. African Journal of Ecology, 31: 290-305



  1. Page, W. W. & Dewhurst, C.F. (1992). The African Armyworm. DLCO-EA, Nairobi, Kenya. 16 pp, 10 colour plates.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1991). Stopping the African armyworm's march. Shell Agriculture, 9: 29-31.




  1. Pedgley, D.E., Page, W.W., Mushi, A., Odiyo, P., Amisi, J., Dewhurst, C.F., Dunstan, W.R., Fishpool, L.D.C., Harvey, A.W., Megenasa, T., & Rose, D.J.W. (1989). Onset and spread of an African armyworm upsurge. Ecological Entomology, 14: 311-333.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F., van Someren, G.R.C., Elliott, C.C.H., Thomsett, S., & Wilson, A.C. (1989). Some observations on the nesting habits and food of the Cuckoo Falcon, Aviceda cuculoides at Karen, Nairobi, Kenya. Gabar 4 (2): 11-15.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F., van Someren, G.R.C., Allan, R.G., & S. Thomsett. (1988) Observations on the breeding ecology of Ayres' Hawk Eagle, Hieraaetus ayresii, at Karen, Nairobi, Kenya. Gabar, 3 (2): 85-93.




  1. Rose, D.J.W., Dewhurst, C.F. & Page, W.W. (1987c). Possible causes of upsurges of African armyworm plagues. pp. 359-366. In Seminaire sur les Maladies et Ravageurs des Principales Cultures Vivriers d’Afrique Centrale, Bujumbura, Burundi, 16-20 fevrier 1987. CTA Publication No. 15. Wageningen: CTA.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. & Clifton, M. P. (1987b). Spodoptera excelsa Rougeot, a new synonym of Athetis pigra (Guenée) (Lep: Noctuidae). Entomologist's Record, 99: 279 - 280.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1987a). Heliothis (Helicoverpa) armigera (Hübner) as an unexpected predator of the African armyworm, Spodoptera exempta (Walker) (Lep: Noctuidae) in Kenya. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, 123: 146.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1986b). The breeding ecology of the African Goshawk, Accipiter tachiro, at Karen, Kenya. Ostrich, 57 (1): 1 -




  1. Dewhurst, C.F., & Page, W.W. (1986a). Grass particles in the abdomen of an Armyworm moth, Spodoptera exempta (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, 122: 7.




  1. Rose, D.J.W., Page, W.W., Dewhurst, C.F., Reynolds, D.R., Pedgley, D., & Tucker, M.R. (1985). Downwind migration of the African armyworm moth, Spodoptera exempta, studied by mark - and - capture, and by radar. Ecological Entomology, 10: 299-313.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1985). The African armyworm, Spodoptera exempta, The East African story outlined from 1962. Antenna, 9 (1): 12-18.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1984c). Mass movement of Tridactylus madecassus Saussure (Orthoptera: Tridactylidae) and other insects in Kenya. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, 26: 226.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1984b). Some observations on the mating habits of the African armyworm, Spodoptera exempta (Walker). (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, 120: 119 - 126.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. & Fishpool, L.D.C. (1984a). The Swallow-tailed Kite, C. riocourii breeding in the Kedong Valley, Kenya. Scopus, 8 (1): 25th March 1984.




  1. Rose, D.J.W., Betts, E. Odiyo, P. O. &. Dewhurst, C.F. (1983). TDRI-DLCO-EA-KARI Armyworm project: 1 Forecasting Services. p.108. Proceedings 10th International Congress on Plant Protection, 20-25th November 1983. Brighton, England. British Crop Protection Council.




  1. Rose, D.J.W. & Dewhurst, C.F. (1980). The African armyworm, Spodoptera exempta - congregation of moths in trees before flight. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 27: (1).




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1980). Dung beetles in Morocco. (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae). Bulletin de l'Institute Scientifique, Rabat, 1979 – 1980, No. 4: 53 - 68.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1978). Acridids killed by the fungus, Entomopthora grylli Fres. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine. 113, 168.




  1. Brown, E.S. & Dewhurst, C.F. (1975). The Genus Spodoptera in Africa and the Near East. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 65: 221 - 262.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1974). Mogoplistes squamiger Fischer in Dorset. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine. 110, 57.




  1. Dewhurst, C.F. (1972). A note on the feeding behaviour of Bengalia? peuhi (Villen.) in Kenya. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine. 110, 57.


Reports:

Dewhurst, C.F. (2005 et seq.). Reports and publications for PNGOPRA.


Dewhurst, C.F. (2004b). Report to Lafarge Aggregates Ltd. on biodiversity survey of a freshwater lake at Sonning Eye, Berks.
Dewhurst, C.F. (2004a). Terminal Report to FAO/EMPRES.
Dewhurst, C.F. (2001c). Report on a visit to Sudan 4th – 18th December 2001. (Report to Sida/ FAO project on environmental monitoring methodologies in environmentally sensitive areas on the Red Sea coast of Sudan).
Dewhurst, C.F. (2001b). Report on a freshwater pond survey at Cobnor, Chichester, West Sussex. (Report to Halburn Consultants).
Tingle, Colin, Joe Rother, Charles Dewhurst (2001a) (compilers). List of faunal “indicators” of impact of selected pesticides used for locust control. (Report for FAO project in Sudan).
Dewhurst, C.F. (1999d). Report on a visit to Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Kenya on behalf of FAO to assess the impact of armyworm outbreaks in the region during 1999.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1999c). Report of a visit to Burundi on behalf of FAO to assess the current armyworm outbreak situation. 15th - 21st May 1999. (C1157).
Dewhurst, C.F. (1999b). Report of a visit to Rwanda on behalf of FAO to assess the current armyworm outbreak situation. 5th - 15th May 1999. (C1157).
Dewhurst, C.F. (1999a). Draft technical report on a visit to Tanzania to undertake spray trials with the Spodoptera exempta nuclear polyhedrosis virus (SpexNPV). A0637. 14th April - 1st May 1999.
Lambert, M.R.K. & Dewhurst, C. F. (1998). Gecko predation by Skink observed in Tanzania. British Herpetological Society Bulletin, No. (29) 62: 29-30.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1997). Report on a visit to Tanzania to facilitate personnel, logistical and technical requirements for CPP projects A0637, “Decision tools to aid armyworm surveillance and outbreak prediction and A0624, Entomopathogenic baculoviruses for control of the African armyworm in Tanzania”. (Confidential for NRI). 28th February–26th March 1997.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1996). Report on Evaluation mission of Potato Producers Emergency Assistance (PEA) Project on behalf of CARE-Georgia (CIS). 14th-28th October 1996.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1996). Report on a visit to Eritrea, November 1995 - March 1996. (R0173).
Dewhurst, C.F. (1995). Report to FAO on a visit to Tanzania. 4th April - 4th May 1995 for emergency armyworm operations.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1994e). Report to FAO on a visit to Eritrea. 20th September – 19th October 1994.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1994d). Report to ODA on a visit to International Red Locust Control Organisation for Central and Southern Africa on behalf of ODA Disaster Unit, to assess current emergency requirements. 3rd – 13th August 1994.

Dewhurst, C. F. & Dobson, H.H. (1994c). Desert Locust in Africa 1993/94. Baobab (14), July 1994: 17-18.


Dewhurst, C.F. (1994b). Report to FAO on a visit to Guinea-Bissau. 5th – 13th April 1994.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1994a). Report to FAO on a visit to The Gambia. 21st March – 5th April 1994.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1993c). Report to FAO on a visit to Sudan. 16th October – 21st December 1993.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1993b). Report to FAO on a visit to Sudan, 26th July – 3rd September 1993.
Dewhurst, C.F. (1993a). Report on a visit to Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi for FAO to assess the armyworm situation and to make recommendations. 16th May - 17thJune, 1993.
Sutton, J.C. & A., Dewhurst, C.F. & Dewhurst, L.M.M. (1984). A confirmed breeding record for the Swallow-tailed Kite in the Rift Valley of Kenya. Bulletin. E.A. Natural History Society. Jan/Feb. 1984.
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