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2012 FHM Poster Presentations

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An Ecosystem on the Brink – Assessing the Impacts of Compound Disturbances on Forest Health in Southern California
Carlos Ramirez, Kama Kennedy, and Russell Kobayashi
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3.8 MB
Aspen mortality near the southwestern edge of its range
Thomas J. Zegler; Margaret M. Moore: Mary L. Fairweather; Katheryn B. Ireland; Peter Z. Fulé
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 575 KB
Assessing Crown Dieback in the Ozark Highlands Using FIA and Remotely Sensed Data
Michael K. Crosby, Zhaofei Fan, W. Keith Moser, Martin A. Spetich, Theodor D. Leininger, and Xingang Fan
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 488 KB
Assessing Limber Pine Stand Conditions after Blister Rust and Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks in the Central and Southern Rocky Mountains
Christy Cleaver, Bill Jacobi, Kelly Cleaver_et_al_Poster.pdfBurns, Jim Blodgett, Bob Means and Eric Smith
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2 MB
Assessing the impacts of an invasive thrips (Klambothrips myopori) infestation on native Myoporum in Hawaii
Cynthia King, Robert Hauff, Leyla Kaufman, Mark Wright
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.5 MB
Assessing the role of Verticillium wilt in Bigleaf Maple (Acer macrophyllum) dieback in Western Washington
Daniel Omdal; Amy Ramsey-Kroll
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 5 MB
Assessment of Sugar Maple Dieback Across the Upper Great Lakes Region
Tara L. Bal, Andrew J. Storer, Dana L. Richter, Martin F. Jurgensen, and Michael C. Amacher
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3.5 MB
Bark beetle activity associated with tornado-damaged ponderosa pine in northern Arizona
Joel McMillin, Richard Hofstetter, John Anhold
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2 MB
California's High-elevation White Pines: Beetle Evidence, Cone Production, and Regeneration
J. Dunlap
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 782 KB
Changing importance of longleaf pine and loblolly pine in the South over past 40 years and its association with climate
Zhen Sui, Zhaofei Fan, and Xingang Fan
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2 MB
Weiming Yu, Zhaofei Fan, and W. Keith Moser
Classification of Invasion Stages of Multiflora Rose in the Upper Midwest
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
Crown Dieback Trends Across the Southeastern United States
Michael K. Crosby, Zhaofei Fan, Martin A. Spetich, Theodor D. Leininger, and Xingang Fan
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 491 KB
Development of a monitoring program to better understand the ecological impacts of
Christian Hoffman, Richard Hofstetter, Ryan Hanavan, Amanda Grady, and John Anhold
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
Estimating insect distributions in remote Alaskan landscapes not covered by aerial surveys.
John E. Lundquist and Robin M. Reich
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
Evaluating aspen damage and decline in the Pacific Northwest
Robbie W. Flowers and Glenn R. Kohler
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.6 MB
Evaluating the Resiliency of Ponderosa Pine Forests to Bark Beetle Infestations A Decade Following Fuel Reduction Treatments
Christopher J. Fettig, Stephen R. McKelvey
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 395 KB
Evaluation Monitoring Funded Projects Explain Relationships
Michael Jenkins, Martin Alexander, Wesley Page, Curtis Gray, Chelsea Toone
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 7 MB
Example 2011 Forest Disturbance Detections Using MODIS Satellite Data Products Resident to the US Forest Service ForWarn System
W.H. Hargrove, J. Spruce, G. Gasser, J. Smoot, P. Kuper
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 8 MB
FHP gray literature project, Region 6 pilot: Developing access to historical forest I&D documents
Elizabeth A. Willhite, Carol A. Ayer, Sally A. Dunphy
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2.7 MB
FIA Plots, Aerial Survey, and Health Plots Integrated to Understand Tree Mortality in Vermont
Sandy Wilmot, Robert DeGeus, Randall Morin, and Lindsay Watkins
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 980 KB
Fuel Dynamics in SPB-killed Stands and Their Implication to Fire Behavior
Jennifer L Evans; G. Geoff Wang; Thomas A. Waldrop
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2 MB
Green Alder Sawfly, Monsoma pulveratum-Pacific Northwest Surveys in 2011
Chris Looney, Katharine A. Sheehan, Barry Bai, Darci Carlson, Jenni Cena, Ellen Goheen, Rob Flowers, Mark Hitchcox, Mike Johnson, Sandy Kegley, Glenn Kohler, Eric LaGasa, Todd Murray, Lee Pederson, Karen Ripley, Lia Spiegel, Nancy Sturdevant, and Beth Willhite
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 13 MB
How Climate Shapes Yellow-cedar in Alaska: Use of Inventory Plots to Evaluate Broad-Scale Occurrence, Cedar Decline, and Migration
Paul Hennon, John Caouette, Dustin Wittwer, Colin Shanley
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.5 MB
Impacts of management following bark beetle outbreaks on fuels and predicted fire behavior under varying climate scenarios
Carolyn Sieg, Joel McMillin, Kurt Allen, Chad Hoffman
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.7 MB
Impacts of Swiss needle cast in the Cascade Mountains of northern Oregon: monitoring of permanent plots after ten years
Gregory M. Filip, Alan Kanaskie, Will R. Littke, John Browning, Kristen L. Chadwick, David C. Shaw, and Robin L. Mulvey
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.5 MB
Long-term Monitoring of White Pine Blister Rust Infection and Survival at 10 Sugar Pine Evaluation Sites: II. Growth and Survival of Sugar Pine through age 25 in Six Progeny Tests of Low to High Blister Rust Hazard in Southwestern Oregon
R.A. Sniezko, R. Danchok, S. Long, D.P. Savin, A. Kegley, J. Mayo, J. Hill
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3 MB
Mapping of beech bark disease resistance in Michigan and associated fungal endophyte antagonism of Neonectria faginata.
Rachel E. Griesmer; Andrew J. Storer; Dana L. Richter
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.8 MB
Monitoring a Range-Wide Seed Collection of Pacific Madrone (Arbutus menziesii) for Disease Resistance and Adaptive Characteristics in a Common-Garden Planting
Gary Chastagner, Marianne Elliott, Gil Dermott, Alan Kanaskie, Richard Sniezko, Jim Hamlin, and John Russell
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 6 MB
Monitoring Ash Trees Tolerant to Long-Term Exposure to Emerald Ash Borer
Jordan M. Marshall; Andrew J. Storer; Kathryn G. Hietala
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 532 KB
Monitoring Mountain Pine Beetle Life Cycle Timing and Phloem Temperatures
Jim Vandygriff; Barbara Bentz; Sheri Smith; Camille Jensen; Patricia Maloney; Tom Coleman; Joan Dunlap; Amanda Garcia
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2.5 MB
Monitoring oak health and decline before and after infestation by the goldspotted oak borer
Tom W. Coleman, Nancy Grulke, and Steven Seybold
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2 MB
Mortality and growth of dwarf mistletoe-infected true fir in the Sierra Nevada and the efficacy of thinning for reducing associated losses, 1981 to 2006
Heather Mehl, Susan Frankel, Sylvia Mori, David Rizzo, Judy Adams
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
Oak Wilt Detection and Data Management Database Application
Roger Mech
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.5 MB
Phytophthora ramorum Detection and Monitoring in Western Washington Waterways, 2011
Daniel Omdal; Amy Ramsey-Kroll
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3.5 MB
Pinaleño LiDAR New Tools for Forest Restoration
C. Wilcox, J. Anhold, A. Lynch, M. Merrick and B. Mitchell
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 4 MB
Post-Invasion Forests: Composition and Structure following Invasive Species Establishment
Lynne K. Rieske-Kinney and Melanie M. Sprinkle
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3.7 MB
Progression of Laurel Wilt Disease in Georgia 2009-2011
Scott Cameron, Chip Bates and James Johnson
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 3 MB
Quantifying the Short-and Long-term Impacts of Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks on Forest Fuels and Other Stand Attributes in the Intermountain West
Christopher J. Fettig, Stephen R. McKelvey, A. Steven Munson, Kenneth E. Gibson, Carl L. Jorgensen, Jose F. Negrón, and Brytten E. Steed
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2 MB
Reburns: Their impact on woody debris, carbon storage, soil productivity and vegetative response— a window into future climate change effects
Deborah Page-Dumroese, Teresa Jain, Jonathan Sandquist, and Joanne Tirocke, Tim Love, John Errecart, Martin Jurgensen
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 2.5 MB
Searching for evidence of thousand cankers disease in national forest inventory data collected in Tennessee
KaDonna Randolph
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
Spatial assessments of forest tree genetic degradation risk from climate change
Kevin M. Potter; William W. Hargrove; Frank H. Koch
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 520 KB
The California Firewood Task Force - A multi-agency response to the forest health threats posed by movement of firewood
Matthew Bokach, Lisa Fischer, Don Owen, Janice Alexander and Katie Palmieri
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1.5 MB
The role of disease and insects in the widespread mortality of thin-leaf alder throughout Alaska
Kruse, J., Winton, L., Adams, G., Zogas, K., Swenson, S., and N. Lisuzzo
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 1 MB
The Western Bark Beetle Research Group
Christopher J. Fettig, Barbara J. Bentz, Nancy E. Gillette, Rick G. Kelsey, John E. Lundquist, Ann M. Lnych, José F. Negrón, Robert A. Progar, Justin B. Runyon, Steven J. Seybold
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 909 KB
Using MODIS imagery to track changes in forest conditions
Robert Chastain
Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF file 8 MB
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