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2005 FHM Poster Presentations

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  1. A Dendroecological Study Of Balsam Woolly Adelgid Damage In Relation To Climate And Site Factors In Eastern Maine
    Allison M. Kanoti and William H. Livingston

  2. A Spatial Cluster of Poor Crown Conditions: Evaluating Results from Crown Indicators and Spatial Scan Statistics
    William A. Bechtold, John W. Coulston Michael E. Schomaker

  3. Aspen Dieback in Northern Arizona
    Mary Lou Fairweather, Kelly Barton, Brian Geils, and Mike Manthei

  4. Assessing Deadwood Landscapes: Integrating Aerial Survey Data with the DecAID Advisor
    Keith Sprengel, Julie Johnson, Kim Mellen, Beth Willhite

  5. Assessing Real-Time Fire Hazard: Linking Phase 3 Inventories with Weather Data
    Christopher W. Woodall, Joseph Charney, Greg Liknes, and Brian Potter

  6. Assessment of ozone-induced Foliar Injury across the South from 1997 - 2002
    Anita K. Rose

  7. Bark Beetle Induced Changes in Conifer Fuel Complexes in the Intermountain Region
    Wesley G. Page, Michael J. Jenkins Ph.D., and Elizabeth G. Hebertson Ph.D.

  8. Beech Mortality and Drought In Maine
    William H. Livingston and David Struble

  9. Comparison of landscape attributes to level of tree damage determined by a rapid estimation procedure for red oak borer, Enaphalodes rufulus (Haldeman) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
    Leah Lucio, Fred Stephen and Fred Limp

  10. Correlating the Occurence and Frequency of Balsam Woolly Adelgid (BWA) Impacts within Maine's Biophysical Regions
    Lausten, Kenneth M.

  11. Creating A Database Of Distribution And Condition Of Whitebark And Limber Pines
    Blakey Lockman , Gregg DeNitto , Tony Courter , and Ronda Koski

  12. Current Vegetation and Recent Mortality on the Umatilla National Forest
    Glenn Christensen, Paul Dunham, and Bruce Hiserote

  13. Early Warning System for Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Southern Appalachians
    Frank Koch, Heather Cheshire, Hugh Devine

  14. Ecological Impact of Invasive Species After Fire
    Leigh Dawson

  15. Estimating Carbon in Forest-floor Duff and Litter from FIA Data
    David C. Chojnacky, Michael C. Amache, and Charles H. Perry

  16. Estimating Numbers of Red Oak Borer (Coleoptera; Cerambycidae) From Xylem Galleries in Dead Oak Trees
    Brent Kelley, Melissa Fierke, Dana Kinney and Fred Stephen

  17. Evaluating the Health of Five Needle Pines: An Overview from the Pacific Northwest Region with Emphasis on Western White Pine and Sugar Pine in Southwest Oregon
    Ellen Michaels Goheen and Donald J. Goheen

  18. Interactions Among Prescribed Fire, Mechanical Treatments, Insect Pests and Pathogens in Red Pine
    Andrew J. Storer, Linda M. Haugen , Linda M. Nagel, and Michael E. Ostry

  19. Managing Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in Pennsylvania (3.6MB
    Bluementhal, M. Carlen, K., Eggen D.,Werner S.

  20. Monitoring Whitebark Pine in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (3.7MB)
    Erin Shanahan , Gregg A. DeNitto , Steve Cherry , Mary Maj , Daniel P.Reinhart , Charles C. Schwartz , Robert E. Bennetts

  21. Piñon Pine Mortality Event in the Southwest: An Update for 2005
    D. Allen-Reid, J. Anhold, D. Cluck, T. Eager, R. Mask, J. McMillin, S. Munson, T. Rogers, D. Ryerson, E. Smith, S. Smith, B. Steed, and R. Thier

  22. Population Levels and Sampling Methods for Red Oak Borer Enaphalodes rufulus (Haldeman) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)
    Melissa Fierke, Dana Kinney, Vaughn Salisbury, Damon Crook and Fred Stephen

  23. Port-Orford-Cedar Mapping within the Biscuit Fire
    Frank Betlejewski

  24. Red Oak Borer (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Larval Mortality Resulting from Intraguild Predation
    V. L. Ware and F. M. Stephen

  25. Stand level impacts of Ipsand Dendroctonusbark beetles in pine forest types of Northern Arizona
    Joel McMillin, John Anhold, Neil Cobb , Jose Negrón, Jesse Anderson 2

  26. Surface Compaction Evaluation and Soil Sensitivity in Aspen Stands of the Great Lake States
    Aaron Steber, Dr. Kenneth Brooks, Dr. Randy Kolka, Dr. Charles H. Perry

  27. Status of Whitebark Pine on National Forest Lands in Washington and Oregon (2.3 MB)
    Robin Shoal, David Doede, Carol Aubry

  28. Tracking Distribution Patterns of Introduced Plant Species in the Forests of the United States with Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) Phase 3 Vegetation Indicator Data
    Beth Schulz

  29. White Pine Blister Rust in Juvenile Western White Pine on State Lands in Washington
    Daniel Omdal and Melanie Kallas Ricklefs

  30. Ozone And Forest Health - USDA Forest Service
    Gretchen Smith

  31. Spread of Beech Bark Disease and its Relationship to Regional Forest Composition
    Randall S. Morin, Andrew M. Liebhold, Kurt Gottschalk, and Eugene Luzader

  32. Beech Mortality and Drought In Maine
    William H. Livingston and David Struble

  33. Severity and impact of Douglas-fir beetle infestations in northern Wyoming
    Kurt K. Allen, Denise M. Hardesty and Daniel F. Long

  34. Distribution, Species, and Ecology of Armillaria Fungi in Wyoming
    J.T. Blodgett, and J.E. Lundquist

  35. Use of an Artificial Inoculation Technique to Identify American Beech Trees with Resistance to the Beech Scale Insect
    Dr. Jennifer Koch and Dave Carey

  36. Assessment of ozone-induced Foliar Injury across the South from 1997 - 2002 (3.7MB)
    Anita K. Rose
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