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2008 FHM Poster Presentations

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  1. A Special Survey for a New Rust Disease (Puccinia psidii) on Myrtaceae in Hawaii
    Robert Hauff, Anne Marie LaRosa, Janice Uchida, Robert Anderson, and Chris Kadooka
  2. An Assessment of Hawaiian Dry Forest Condition with Fine Resolution Remote Sensing
    Rodolfo Martinez Morales, Tomoaki Miura and Travis Idol
  3. Assessment and Etiology of Hickory Decline—Preliminary Results
    Jennifer Juzwik1, Stacey Olszewski1, Ji-Hyun Park2, Greg Reynolds1, Linda Haugen3
  4. Assessing aspen regeneration in East-Central Arizona
    ¹Chris Hayes1, Tom DeGomez1, MaryLou Fairweather2, and Brian Geils3
  5. Assessment of aspen leaf miner (Phyllocnistis populiella Chambers) distribution in Alaska using satellite imagery
    John E. Lundquist1, Robin M. Reich5, James Kruse2, Dustin Wittwer3, and Eric Johnson4
  6. Assessment of Decline and Contributing Diseases in White Ash Stands in Michigan
    G. C. Adams and M. Catal, A. J. Storer, J. O’Brien, M. Mielke, R. Mech
  7. Black Ash Decline in Northern Minnesota: Preliminary Results
    Brian Palik1, Mike Ostry1, Rob Venette1, Ebrahim Abdella2
  8. Bugs & Burns: Effects of Fire on Ponderosa Pine Mortality and Bark Beetles
    Chris Hayes1, Tom DeGomez1, Tom Kolb3, and John Anhold1
  9. Contribution of Landscape Level Bark Beetle Outbreaks to Fuel Loading and Fire Behavior in Ponderosa Pine Forests of the Southwest
    Joel McMillin1, Chad Hoffman2, Carolyn Sieg3, Pete Fulé4
  10. Deterioration of Fire-Killed Trees in the Rocky Mountain Region
    Don Martinez 1, Gerald Ryszka11, Jim Worrall2, Leanne Egeland2, Tom Eager2, and Roy Mask2
  11. Ecological Impacts of Invasive Species After Fire
    Leigh Dawson
  12. Effects of Western Spruce Budworm Defoliation on the Northern Spotted Owl and Its Habitat in Southcentral Washington: Interim Project Report 3
    Elizabeth A. Willhite, Jim Ellenwood, Vernon Thomas
  13. Estimating Snag Densities and Down Wood Using Aerial Survey Data
    Keith Sprenge 1, Julie Johnson2, Bruce Hostetler3 Kim Mellen-McLean4, Beth Willhite5
  14. Estimating the Cost of Gypsy Moth Sex in the City
    Mark Ambrose1, Kevin Bigsby1, Simone Bauch1, Yun Wu1, Erin Sills1,2, Patrick Tobin3
  15. Exploring the use of geographically weighted regression in forest health assessments
    Charles H. (Hobie) Perry1, Randall S. Morin1, Christopher W. Woodall1, and James R. Steinman1
  16. Extent and Severity of Balsam Woolly Adelgid (Adelges piceae (Ratzeburg)) Damage to Eastside Washington and Oregon Forests
    Lia Spiegel1, Kris Chadwick2, Connie Mehmel3
  17. Field observations of northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis) crown dieback in Maine and Michigan
    KaDonna Randolph1, Bill Ostrofsky2, Jim Steinman3, Manfred Mielke3, and William Bechtold1
  18. First Finding of Phytophthora alni subspecies uniformis in North America
    G. C. Adams, M. Catal, L. Trummer
  19. Geographic surveillance of plot-level forest health indicators
    John W. Coulston, KaDonna C. Randolph, Anita K. Rose, William A. Bechtold
  20. Indicating Climate in the Western Pacific Northwest with the Forest Inventory and Analysis Lichen Communities Indicator
    Sarah Jovan, Linda Geiser, Peter Neitlich
  21. Modeling Fire Spread and Intensity Across Bark Beetle-Affected Landscapes
    Michael J. Jenkins, Ph.D., Wesley G. Page, Elizabeth G. Hebertson, Ph.D
  22. Monitoring Limber Pine Health in the Rocky Mountains
    Jim Blodgett1, Kelly Burns¹, Brian Howell¹, and Marcus Jackson2
  23. Monitoring Phytophthora ramorum in Western Washington Waterways
    Dan Omdal, Amy Ramsey
  24. Monitoring the Condition of Aspen in the Northern and Intermountain Regions
    James T. Hoffman1, John C. Guyon II1, and Brytten Steed2
  25. Monitoring Whitebark Pine, Blister Rust and Fuels in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area
    Lauren Fins1, and Ben Hoppus2, Jim Akenson and Holly Akenson³
  26. Monitoring Whitebark Pine in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
    Robert Bennetts², Jody Canfield¹, Steve Cherry³, Gregg A. DeNitto1, Cathie Jean2, Daniel P. Reinhart2, Charles C. Schwartz4, Erin K. Shanahan²
  27. Phenology of Net Ecosystem Exchange: A Simple Estimation Method
    Mark Losleben1, Geoff Henebry2
  28. Refined Distribution Map and Identification of Healthy Larch (Larix laricina) Stands in Alaska: Year 2 results
    Roger E. Burnside 1, Hans Buchholdt 1 , Robert A. Ott 2, James Kruse 3, and Dustin Wittwer4
  29. Regional drought and oak decline/mortality trends in the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas and Missouri
    Zhaofei Fan, Xiuli Fan, Hong He, Martin A. Spetich, Stephen R. Shifley, W. Keith Moser
  30. Spatio-temporal analysis of redbay ambrosia beetle invasion in the southeastern U.S.
    Frank H. Koch, William D. Smith
  31. Sudden aspen decline in southwest Colorado
    Jim Worrall, Roy Mask, Tom Eager, Leanne Egeland, Wayne Shepperd
  32. Survival analysis of declining black and scarlet oaks in the Ozark Highlands, Missouri
    Zhaofei Fan, Xiuli Fan, Stephen R. Shifley, John M. Kabrick, Martin A. Spetich, Randy G. Jensen
  33. The Effects of Silvicultural Manipulations On Spruce Beetle Populations
    Tom Eager, Roy Mask
  34. The Evolutionary History of Forest Tree Communities: A New Tool for Assessing Forest Health
    Kevin M. Potter, Frank H. Koch
  35. The USA National Phenology Network: Phenology As An Integrative Science For Assessment Of Global Change Impacts
    Jake F. Weltzin, Mark Losleben
  36. Use of Forest Inventory & Analysis plot data to document the decline in the number of dogwood trees from 1984 to 2004
    William E. Jones1, William D. Smith2, Daniel B. Twardus3, Edwin K. Yockey1
  37. Vegetation Data: How much is enough?
    B.K. Schulz, R.L. DeVelice
  38. Yellow-Cedar Decline: Evaluating Key Landscape Features of a Climate-Induced Forest Decline
    Dustin Wittwer
 
 
 
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