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346. Buonaccorsi, John P.; Elkinton, Joseph S.; Evans, Scott R.; Liebhold, Andrew M. 2001. Measuring and Testing for Spatial Synchrony. Ecology. 82(6), pp. 1668-1679.
347. Duguay, Jeffrey P.; Wood, Petra Bohall; Miller, Gary W. 2000. Effects of timber harvests on invertebrate biomass and avian nest success. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 28(4): 1123-1131.
348. Gottschalk, Kurt W.; Liebhold, Andrew M. 2000. How to reduce gypsy moth effects on central hardwood forests. In: McCabe, Richard E.; Loos, Samantha E.; eds.; Pages 200-211. Transactions of the Sixty-fifth North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference. Conference theme: New insights and incites in natural resource management; 24-28 March 2000; Rosemont, IL. Wildlife Management Institute. 605 p.
349. Liebhold, Andrew; Elkinton, Joseph; Williams, David; Muzika, Rose-Marie. 2000. What causes outbreaks of the gypsy moth in North America? Population Ecology. 42: 257-266.
350. Liebhold, Andrew; Kamata, Naoto. 2000. Are population cycles and spatial synchrony a universal characteristic of forest insect populations? Population Ecology. 42: 205-209.
351. Muzika, R.M.; Liebhold, A.M.; Twery, M.J. 2000. Dynamics of twolined chestnut borer Agrilus bilineatus as influenced by defoliation and selection thinning. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 2: 283-289.
352. Williams, David W.; Liebhold, Andrew M. 2000. Spatial synchrony of spruce budworm outbreaks in eastern North America. Ecology. 81(10): 2753-2766.
353. Williams, Ray R. III. 2000. A study of northern red oak (Quercus ruba L.) regeneration in central Vermont: An examination of herbivory and interspecific competition. MS Thesis. University of Vermont. 80 p.