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  • 1400 Independence Ave., SW
  • Washington, D.C. 20250-0003
  • 800-832-1355
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Chris Fettig

Research Entomologist, Team Leader
1731 Research Park
Davis, CA 95618
Phone: 530-759-1708
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Current Research

My personal research program has three major emphases: (1) determination of short and long-term implications to forest health of prescribed fire and/or mechanical fuel treatments (silvicultural thinning) used in the large-scale restoration of fire-adapted forest ecosystems, (2) development of chemical, silvicultural and semiochemical-based monitoring and management tactics for Dendroctonus and Ips bark beetles, and (3) determination of the role of semiochemicals in the behavior of bark beetle species of economic importance.

Research Interests

In the future, I plan to continue developing knowledge and tools that allow managers to better care for forest resources.

Education

  • The University of Georgia, Ph.D. Forest Entomology, 1999
  • Virginia Tech University, M.S. Forest Entomology, 1996
  • Virginia Tech University, B.S. Forest Management, 1993

Professional Organizations

  • Association for Fire Ecology, Member
  • California Forest Pest Council, Member
  • Entomological Society of America, Member

Publications & Products

Research Highlights

HighlightTitleYear


PSW-2011-10
Levels of delayed tree mortality following early and late season burns in ponderosa and Jeffrey pine forests

Historically, wildfires occurred most frequently in the late summer and early fall in ponderosa and Jeffrey pine forests. Accordingly, late sea ...

2011


Last updated on : 09/19/2014