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Monochamus Spp. (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) As Primary Colonizers Of Live Jack Pines (Pinus Banksiana)
  K.J.K. Gandhi 1 , D.W. Gilmore1 , S.A. Katovich 3, W.J. Mattson 4 , & S.J. Seybold 5
     
  Forest Health Monitoring on the Allegheny National Forest
Randall S. Morin1, Andrew M. Liebhold1, Kurt Gottschalk1, Daniel Twardus2, Robert White3, and Steve Horsley4
     
  Mapping Susceptibility and Spread Associated with Beech Bark Disease
  Randall S. Morin1, Andrew M. Liebhold1, Andy Lister2, Kurt Gottschalk1, and Daniel Twardus3
 
Butternut (Juglans cinerea L.) Distribution for Estimating Butternut Canker Mortality Impacts and Potential Reintroduction of Resistant Trees
  Randall S. Morin1, Kurt W. Gottschalk1, Michael E. Ostry2, and Andrew M. Liebhold1
 
  Mapping Susceptibility and Spread Associated with Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
  Randall S. Morin1, Andrew M. Liebhold1, Andy Lister2, Kurt Gottschalk1, and Daniel Twardus3
     
  Softwood Dieback and Jack Pine Budworm Defoliation in Wisconsin An Analysis of Survey and Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) plot data
  S. Dahir and J. Cummings Carlson
     
  Butternut (Juglans cinerea L.) Distribution for Estimating Butternut Canker Mortality Impacts and Potential Reintroduction of Resistant Trees
  Randall S. Morin1, Kurt W. Gottschalk1,Michael E. Ostry2, and Andrew M. Liebhold1
   
  Accelerated measurement of Forest Inventory and Analysis plots and use of FIA plots to monitor Phytophthora ramorum
  Jeremy Fried
       
  Sources Of Error In Field Assessments Of O3 Injury In Western Yellow Pine
Nancy Grulke
     
Impact of ground-level ozone on trees in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
A.H. Chappelka1, G.L. Somers1 and H.L. Neufeld2
     
  Predicting Forest Dieback Using Global Climate Indicators: Is it Possible?
  Allan N. D. Auclair, Warren E. Heilman
     
  White Pine Decline Risk Assessment in Maine
   William H. Livingston1, Gregory Granger1, and Clark Granger2
     
  Mapping Susceptibility and Spread Associated with the Gypsy Moth
  Randall S. Morin1, Andrew M. Liebhold1, Andy Lister2, Kurt Gottschalk1, and Daniel Twardus3
     
  Ground Checking Aerial Survey Polygons Identified as Douglas-fir Beetle Caused Damage in Washington in 2001 and 2002
  Karen L. Ripley, Jeffrey W. Moore, Robert W. Backman
     
  A statistical tool for identifying biological threshold responses to O3 exposure or uptake
  Nancy Grulke and Haiganoush Preisler
     
  Red Oak Borer and Oak Decline in the Ozark Highlands of Missouri
  R.M. Muzika, R.P. Guyette and S.L. Voelker, Department of Forestry, University of Missouri
     
  Ozone Biomonitoring on the West Coast
  Sally Campbell, Ron Wanek, Pat Temple,
     
  Fire Risk, Swiss Needle Cast, And Douglas-fir Crown Structure In Oregon Coast Range: Progress Report
  Aaron Weiskittel1, Doug Maguire1, and Alan Kanaskie2
     
  Fire Effects Assessment Using FIA Data in the Northern and Central Rocky Mountains
  D. Atkins, T.B. Jain, M.J. Wilson, R.A. O’Brien, R.W. Thier
     
  An Alternative to the Kraft Crown Classification System
  William A. Bechtold
     
  Peach Bark Beetle: A Potential Threat to Black Cherry
  Kim B. Adams, Douglas C. Allen
     
  Juxtaposition Of Pines And Poultry: A Potential Problem For Both
  E. L. Barnard1, A. N. Van Loan1, E. J. Jokela2, S. Grunwald3 and N.B. Comerford3
     
  Indiana Hardwood Dieback and Mortality: Evaluation of the FHM National Technical Report 1996 - 1999
  Stephen G. Krecik1, Philip T. Marshall1, and William D. Smith2
     
  Beech Bark Disease: Identifying and Enriching for Resistance in the American Beech
  Dr. Jennifer Koch, Dave Carey
     
  Ozone Biomonitoring - Looking to the Future
Ed Jepse, Dr. Gretchen Smith, Dan Stratton
     
  Potential Susceptibility of Eastern Forests to Sudden Oak Death, Phytophthora ramorum
  Randall S. Morin, Kurt W. Gottschalk, Andrew M. Liebhold
     
Combining Data from the Soil and Down Woody Material Indicators to Estimate Carbon Storage at the Regional Scale
Katherine P. O’Neill1, Chris Woodall1, Michael C. Amacher 2, Geoffrey Holden1
   
  Soil Vital Signs: A New Index for Assessing Forest Soil Health
Michael C. Amacher1, Katherine P. O’Neill2
     
    How Widespread are White Pine Health Problems in Vermont?
  Barbara Burns, Kathy Decker, Dale Bergdahl
     
    Western balsam bark beetle use of spruce-fir blowdown in Wyoming
    Kurt K. Allen, Daniel F. Long, Joel D. McMillin, Jose F. Negron
     
  White Pine Blister Rust on State Land in Washington
  Daniel Omdal, Melanie Kallas Ricklefs
     
  Monitoring White Pine Blister Rust Spread and Establishment in the Central Rocky Mountains
  Jeri Lyn Harris, James T. Hoffman, Kelly F. Sullivan, Meg E. Halford, and Maria Newcomb
     
  Large-Scale Maps of Down Forest Fuels Based on the FIA Inventory
  Chris Woodall, Geoffrey Holden
     
  A New Method for Quantifying Forest Inventory Mortality
  Chris Woodall, Patricia Grambsch, Will Thomas
     
  Red Oak Borer and Oak Decline in the Ozark Highlands of Missouri
  R.M. Muzika, R.P. Guyette, S.L. Voelker
     
  Urban Forest Health Monitoring
    Matt Lake, Phil Marshall
     
  Fire Risk, Swiss Needle Cast, And Douglas-fir Crown Structure In Oregon Coast Range: Progress Report
Aaron Weiskittel1, Doug Maguire1, and Alan Kanaskie2 1
     
  Mapping Forest Damage Due to the Southern Pine Beetle in the Daniel Boone National Forest Using Landsat Data
  John K. Maingi, William M. Luhn, Daniel Boone
   
  In-Place Assessment of Standing Trees
Xiping Wang, Robert J. Ross
   
  FHM Work Group Meeting Poster Session Abstracts
   
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