Northeastern Research Station

Research Work Unit NE-4557: Disturbance Ecology and Management of Oak-Dominated Forests

Publications - 1985


To obtain copies of any of the following publications, please mail a request to:

USDA Forest Service
RWU 4557
180 Canfield Street
Morgantown, WV 26505-3101

or via internet mail to:


ryoung@fs.fed.us


4. Butler, Linda; Wood, Peter S. 1985. Native hardwood defoliating caterpillars. Establishing baseline data prior to gypsy moth invasion. In: Proceedings, 1984 National Gypsy Moth Review; 1984 November 2639; Charleston, WV: 117118.

5. Donley, David E. 1984. Gypsy moth status and outlook. In: Proceedings of the 1984 Twelfth Annual Hardwood Symposium; 1984 May 911, Asheville, NC: Hardwood Research Council: 132136.

6. Donley, David E.; Feicht, David L. 1985. Relationship between dead oak value and associated wood borers. In: Proceedings, 1984 National Gypsy Moth Review; 1984 November 2629; Charleston, WV: 103105.

7. Donley, David E.; Feicht, David L. 1985. Sawtimber losses associated with gypsy moth defoliation in central Pennsylvania. In: Proceedings, 1984 National Gypsy Moth Review; 1984 November 2629; Charleston, WV: 106109.

8. Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1985. Research on silvicultural options for the gypsy moth. In: Proceedings, 1984 National Gypsy Moth Review; 1984 November 2629; Charleston, WV: 9698.

9. Hicks, Ray H., Jr. 1985. Association between site/stand conditions and tree mortality following spring insect defoliation. In: Proceedings, 1984 National Gypsy Moth Review; 1984 November 2629; Charleston, WV: 123127

10. Sheehan, Katharine A. 1985. Development of forestgypsy moth models. In: Proceedings, 1984 National Gypsy Moth Review; 1984 November 2629; Charleston, WV: 99102.