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Over 30 years' post-graduate experience ranging from field and laboratory trials of novel pesticides to leading the interpretation and reporting of suspected pesticide poisoning incidents.
Libby has been part of the Wildlife Incident Unit at Fera and its predecessors since 1994. Previously she has been employed by the Centre for Overseas Pest Research/Natural Resources Institute. She holds a BSc in Applied Biology.
In her free time Libby enjoys training the family dog and being groom and driver for her daughter's competitive horse riding.
Invited to present English experience on dealing with accidental and intentional poisoning of Wildlife and domestic animals at the Italian Ministry of Health in Rome
Invited to present findings from WIIS at UK fora, such as Pesticides Forum, Rodenticide Resistance Action Group
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Barnett E.A. et al. (2000-2006). Pesticide poisoning of animals 1999-2005: investigations of suspected incidents in the United Kingdom. Report of the Environmental Panel of the Advisory Committee on Pesticides, MAFF, London.
Fletcher MR and Barnett EA (2004). Bendiocarb poisoning in a green woodpecker. Vet. Record, 155(16): 503-504.
Brown P., Charlton A., Cuthbert M., Barnett E. et al. (1996). Identification of pesticide poisoning in wildlife. Journal of Chromatography. A, 753, 463-478.
Fletcher M.R., Hunter K. and Barnett E.A. (1994-1999). Pesticide poisoning of animals 1993-1998: investigations of suspected incidents in the United Kingdom. Report of the Environmental Panel of the Advisory Committee on Pesticides, MAFF, London.
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