Wendy-Ann P. Isaac

Wendy-Ann P. Isaac is a Lecturer in Crop Production/Protection at the University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago. Dr. Isaac obtained her BSc General Agriculture and MSc Crop Protection and PhD from the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, and an MApplSci in Agronomy from Lincoln University, New Zealand. Her research interests include sustainable crop production systems and participatory action research techniques with small farmers. She has worked with fair-trade banana small farmers in St. Vincent and The Grenadines using the participatory research methods as part of her PhD studies. She has authored and co-authored papers on these topics, which have been published in both regional and international peer-reviewed journals.


Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security in Small Island Developing States
Wayne G. Ganpat, Wendy-Ann P. Isaac. © 2015. 439 pages.
With the potential to impact weather patterns, agriculture, and habitability of certain regions, global warming is a topic of interest to environmentalists, scientists, as well...
Sustainable Management of Invasive Species for Small Island Developing States under Changing Climates
Jane E. Cohen, Dionne O. Clarke-Harris, Ayub Khan, Wendy-Ann P. Isaac. © 2015. 49 pages.
The incidence and impact of biological invasions are increasing with the effects of climate change and globalization. Apart from the problems that invasive species cause as pests...