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2009 FHM Poster Presentations

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2007 & 2008 Assessment: Balsam woolly adelgid damage to eastern Washington and Oregon forests
Lia Spiegel, Kris Chadwick, Connie Mehmel
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 750 KB
A Process to Validate and Refine NIDRM models
Helen Maffei, Michael Simpson
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 4.5 MB
Aspen in Montana and northern Idaho: third year of monitoring aspen condition in the Northern and Intermountain Regions
Holly S.J. Kearns, Brytten Steed, John C. Guyon II, James T. Hoffman
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 268 KB
Aspen mortality in the Rocky Mountain region: Extent, severity and causal factors
J.T. Blodgett, K.K. Allen, K.S. Burns
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 578 KB
Assessing mortality and regeneration of larch (Larix laricina) in Alaska
Roger Burnside, Mark Schultz, Tricia Wurtz, James Kruse
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 547 KB
Assessing post-fire tree survival in Oregon and Washington
R. A. Progar, D. Scott, C. Schmitt, L. Spiegel, B. Hostetler, B. Wilhite, A. Eglitis, K. Chadwick, C. Mehmel, D. Goheen, S. Acker, L.Ganio
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.33 MB
Assessment and etiology of hickory decline: second year results
Jennifer Juzwik, Paul Castillo, Ji-Hyun Park, Linda Haugen
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 5.43 MB
Bugs and burns: effects of fire on Ponderosa Pine bark beetle
Tom DeGomez, Tom Kolb, Chris Hayes, Kelly Williams and John Anhold
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 255 KB
California Historic Insect and Disease Database
Michael Bohne, Jason Coontz, Zhanfeng Liu, Daniel Huerta, Greta Carroll and Lisa Fischer
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 754 KB
Changes in fragmentation of western Washington forest land
Andrew Gray, Tyler Robinson, and Beth Willhite
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.2 MB
Contribution of landscape level bark beetle outbreaks to fuel loading and fire behavior in piñon-juniper woodlands of the Southwest
Joel McMillin, Chad Hoffman, Carolyn Sieg, Pete Fulé
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.94 MB
Current condition and extent of major nonnative invasive plants in the southern forest lands
Joseph Z. Fan, Xiuli Fan, Christopher Oswalt, Martin A. Spetich, W. Keith Moser
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.22 MB
Detecting large-scale “hotspots” of forest fire occurrence using MODIS satellite data
Kevin M. Potter
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
Distribution & flight periods of the California fivespined Ips (Ips paraconfusus) in the Willamette Valley of western Oregon
Robbie W. Flowers, Elizabeth A. Willhite
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.7 MB
Documenting the Regional and Local Distribution of native and exotic interfering shrub species in west Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania forests along a soil fertility gradient
Cynthia D. Huebner, Todd Hutchinson, Todd Ristau, Alejandro Royo, and Jim Steinman
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.34 MB
Ecological and socioeconomic determinants of tallow tree presence in Texas forest lands
Yuan Tan and Zhaofei Fan
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 487 KB
Ecological effects of introduced European bird cherry on stream salmonid food webs in Anchorage, Alaska
David A. Roon, Mark S. Wipfli, Tricia L. Wurtz, Michael Rasy, and Bill Rice
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 788 KB
EDDMapS: A national early detection and rapid response mapping system for invasive species
C.T. Bargeron, D.J. Moorhead, G.K. Douce and J.H. LaForest
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 800 KB
Effects of Timber Harvesting on the Understory Oak Regeneration in Upland Oak Forests in the Missouri Ozarks
Qi Yao, Zhaofei Fan, Daniel C. Dey, Martin A. Spetich
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.23 MB
Estimating down woody materials in the eastern U.S. from FIA data
David C. Chojnacky and Stephen P. Prisley
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 633 KB
Evaluating and monitoring mountain pine beetle infestation in fire-damaged ponderosa and lodgepole pine stands
Andrew Lerch, Barbara Bentz, Darren Blackford, Kenneth Raffa
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3.43 MB
Evaluating black ash decline in Minnesota at the stand-scale
Brian Palik, Mike Ostry, Rob Venette, Ebrahim Abdella
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 438 KB
Evaluating Neonectria in red alder on state lands in western washington: extent, severity, and associated ecological conditions
Daniel Omdal and Amy C. Ramsey
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.02 MB
Evaluating white spruce plantation decline and mortality in the upper Great Lakes region
Sarah Brewster and Dr. Holly Petrillo
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 7.35 MB
Exotic plant invaders in southern Appalachians
Ken Stolte, Sarah Marcinko, Lindsay Majer, Gary Kauffman
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3.31 MB
Forest health and invasive species applications at the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 7.5 MB
Forest tent caterpillar evaluation in Vermont: what happens when maples three-foliate?
B. Burns, T. Hanson, S. Pfister, L. Lund, and J. Esden
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2 MB
From Detection Monitoring to Evaluation Monitoring – assessing northern white-cedar crown dieback in Maine and Michigan
KaDonna Randolph, William A. Bechtold, Randall S. Morin, and Stanley J. Zarnoch
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 5.92 MB
Impacts of Hurricane Isabel on forests in Virginia
Anita K. Rose, KaDonna C. Randolph
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
Insect infestation and fungal disease response to wildfire and prescribed burning in red pine in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Rita M. Koch, Linda M. Haugen, Linda M. Nagel, Michael E. Ostry and Andrew Storer
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 6.82 MB
Interactions among gypsy moth, wildfire, forest management, and climate change.
John Hom, Steve VanTuyl, Rob Scheller, Ken Clark, Jason Cole, Jane Foster, Matthew Patterson, and Mike Gallagher
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2.63 MB
Laurel Wilt Disease In Georgia 2006-2008
Chip Bates
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
Lichens as biomonitors of air quality in the south coast air basin of California
Jennifer Riddell, Pamela Padgett, Thomas H. Nash III
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 838 KB
LiDAR applications for habitat conservation of endangered red squirrel, Pinaleño Mountains, AZ
John Anhold, Craig Wilcox, Tom Mellin, Haas Fisk, Ann Lynch, John Koprowski, Don Falk, Sam Drake, Marit Alanen, Denise Laes
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 592 KB
Modeling fire spread and intensity across bark beetle-affected landscapes
Michael Jenkins and Wesley G. Page
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file4.67 MB
Monitoring changes to plant communities and soils during oak svanna restoration in Iowa
Lars A. Brudvig, Heidi Asbjornsen, Anthony Beringer, and Cynthia A. Cambardella
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3.63 MB
Monitoring limber pine health in the Rocky Mountains
James T. Blodgett, Kelly S. Burns, Brian Howell, and Marcus Jackson
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 550 KB
Monitoring Phytophthora ramorum in western Washington waterways
Daniel Omdal and Amy C. Ramsey
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.5 MB
Monitoring solid wood packaging material: how effective is ISPM15?
Allan N. D. Auclair
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 147 KB
Monitoring whitebark pine in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area
Lauren Fins,Ben Hoppus, Jim Akenson and Holly Akenson
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 564 KB
National Phytophthora ramorum early detection stream surveys 2006-2008
Steve Oak, Ed Yockey, and Borys Tkacz
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 362 KB
Natural and anthropogenic threats to California's endemic foxtail pine (Pinus balfouriana)
P. Maloney, J. Dunlap, and D. Burton
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 655 KB
Negative data are good data
Irina Lapina and Elizabeth Bella
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 620 KB
New pathology findings associated with alder in Alaska
Lori Trummer,Gerard Adams and Mursel Catal
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 4.17 MB
Oak decline and mortality in the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas and Missouri: temporal and spatial trends from 1999 to 2006 under periodic droughts
Zhaofei Fan, Xiuli Fan, Hong He, Martin A. Spetich, Stephen R. Shifley, and W. Keith Moser
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 475 KB
Port-Orford-Cedar Inventory Update: Powers Ranger District, Rogue River – Siskiyou National Forest
Frank Betlejewski
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 997 KB
Predicting forest dieback in Maine, USA: a simple model based on soil frost and drought
Allan N. D. Auclair and Warren E. Heilman
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 168 KB
Prescribed fire effect on advance regeneration in the upland oak forests, Missouri
Zhongqiu Ma, Zhaofei Fan, Daniel C. Dey , Scott D. Rob
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 262 KB
Regional patterns of invasibility by non-native invasive plants and driving factors in the Upper Midwest states
Zhaofei Fan, W. Keith Moser, Mark D. Nelson, and Mark H. Hensen
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 728 KB
Soapberry borer, Agrilus prionurus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae): An exotic pest recently detected in Texas
Ronald F. Billings and Herbert A Pase III
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 4 MB
SODBuster: Predicting Sudden Oak Death Infection Risk Utilizing Commodity Flow Networks and Shipments
Steven McKelvey, Frank Koch and Bill Smith
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.81 MB
Sudden aspen decline in southwestern Colorado
James J. Worrall, Suzanne Bethers, Leanne Egeland, Roy A. Mask and Thomas Eager
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 8 MB
Susceptibility of Forests in the Northeastern U.S. to Nitrogen and Sulfur Deposition: Implications for Forest Health
Linda H. Pardo, Natasha Duarte
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
The effects of silvicultural manipulations on spruce beetle populations
Tom Eager and Roy Mask
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 728 KB
The Forest Health Protection Aerial Survey: Developing a Results Viewer
Kevin Hoffman
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.24 MB
The Impact of Wildfire on Invasive Bark and Woodboring Beetles in Periurban Forests of Southern California
Deguang Liu, Tom W. Coleman, Michael Bohne , Mary L. Flint, Steven J. Seybold
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 4.86 MB
The power of crown-indicator variables to detect change
William A. Bechtold, KaDonna C. Randolph, Stanley J. Zarnoch
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 859 KB
Tree mortality caused by mountain pine beetle and subsequent fire cccurrence in Colorado
Daniel R. West, Jose F. Negron, Sheryl L. Costello, William R. Jacobi
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 6.57 MB
Using biosurveillance to detect the emerald ash borer in New York and New England
Michael Bohne, Dennis Souto, Colleen Teerling, Bruce Payton,Ryan Vasquez, Claire Rutledge, Charlie Burnham, Kyle Lombard, Trish Hanson, Jason Denham, Philip Careless
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 804 KB
Whitebark pine stand conditions in the Intermountain West after mountain pine beetle outbreaks
John Schwandt, Sandy Kegley, Dana Perkins, Ken Gibson, Holly Kearns
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 697 KB
Yellow-cedar decline: Evaluating key landscape features of a climate-induced forest decline
Dustin Wittwer, Paul Hennon, Dave D'Amore, Melinda Lamb
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 5 MB
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