Northeastern Research Station

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

Publications - 1987


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


21. Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1986. Silvicultural guidelines for forest stands threatened by the gypsy moth: A Summary. In: Proceedings 1986 Gypsy moth annual review; 1986 December 1-4; Norfolk, VA. Richmond, VA: Virginia Cooperative Extension Service: 182-185.

22. Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1986. Impacts of gypsy moth defoliation on regeneration of forest stands: A Summary. In: Proceedings 1986 Gypsy moth annual review; 1986 December 1-4; Norfolk, VA. Richmond, VA: Virginia Cooperative Extension Service: 179-181.

23. Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1987. Effects of shading on growth and development of northern red oak, black oak, black cherry, and red maple seedlings. II. Biomass partitioning and prediction. In: Hay, Ronald; Woods, Frank W.; DeSelm, Hal. Proceedings, 1987 Central hardwood forest conference; 1987 February 24-26, Knoxville, TN. University of Tennessee: 99-110.

24. Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1987. Silvicultural guidelines for forest stands threatened by the gypsy moth: A summary. In: Hay, Ronald; Woods, Frank W.; DeSelm, Hal. Proceedings, 1987 Central hardwood forest conference VI; 1987 February 24-26; Knoxville, TN. University of Tennessee: 509-510.

25. Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1987. Silvicultural guidelines for forest stands threatened by the gypsy moth: A summary: In: Proceedings, Fourth annual biennial southern silvicultural conference; 1986 November 4-6; Atlanta, GA. Gen. Tech. Rep. SE-42. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station: 345-346.

26. Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1987. Prevention: The silvicultural alternative. In: Proceedings, Coping with the gypsy moth in the new frontier; 1987 August 4-6; Morgantown, WV; West Virginia University: 92-104.

27. Hicks, Ray R., Jr.; Fosbroke, David E. 1987. Mortality following gypsy moth defoliation in the central Appalachians. In: Hay, Ronald; Woods, Frank W.; DeSelm, Hal. Proceedings, 1987 Central hardwood forest conference VI; 1987 February 24-26; Knoxville, TN. University of Tennessee: 423-426.

28. Hicks, Ray R., Jr.; Fosbroke, David E. 1987. Stand vulnerability: Can gypsy moth damage be predicted? In: Proceedings, Coping with the gypsy moth in the new frontier; 1987 August 4-6; Morgantown, WV; West Virginia University: 73-80.

29. Labosky, Peter. 1987. Salvaging dead hardwoods. In: Proceedings, Coping with the gypsy moth in the new frontier; 1987 August 4-6; Morgantown, WV; West Virginia University: 119-123.

30. Mason, Garland N.; Gansner, David A.; Gottschalk, Kurt. 1986. Helping forest managers cope with the gypsy moth. In: Proceedings, Integrated pest management symposium for northern forests; 1986 March 24-27; Madison, WI. University of Wisconsin: 216-233.

31. Mason, Garland N.; Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1986. Hazard rating for gypsy moth. In: 1986 Gypsy moth annual review; 1986 December 1-4; Norfolk, VA. Richmond VA: Virginia Cooperative Extension Service: 200-210.

32. Mason, Garland N. 1987. Rating stand susceptibility to gypsy moth defoliation. In: Proceedings, Coping with the gypsy moth in the new frontier; 1987 August 4-6; Morgantown, WV; West Virginia University: 65-72.

33. Perkey, Arlyn W.; Gottschalk, Kurt W. 1987. Developing silvicultural options to mitigate the moth. Forest management update. Broomall, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry. Issue 6: 3-4.

34. Perkey, Arlyn W.; Gottschalk, Kurt W.; Marquis, David A. 1987. Counting down, gearing up, fighting back. NA-FB/MN-10. Broomall, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry.

35. Ravlin, F. William; Bellinger, R. G.; Roberts, E. A. 1987. Gypsy moth management programs in the United States: Status, evaluation and recommendations. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America. 33:90-98.