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Photo of Bole charring caused by a wildfire in a ponderosa pine forest. The extent of bole scorch is related to the probability of infestation by pine engraver beetles. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1105
Insects Associated with Fire-injured Ponderosa Pine

Forest Service scientists examined various aspects of the interaction between fire injury and subsequent insect infestations. Different types of ...

Principal Investigator : Jose Negron

Invasive Species
Wildland Fire and Fuels
Resource Management and Use
Photo of Pine bark (center) and other beetles found in a dead Ponderosa pine in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service (FS) Sequoia National Forest are displayed on the inner side of a piece of outer bark that Entomologist Beverly Bulaon removed in search for pine bark beetles burrowed in dead conifers, near Posey, CA, on August 24, 2016.
ID: 1396
New forest health monitoring methods tested and found effective

Disturbance processes such as insect outbreaks are natural disturbance agents in forests. The frequency and intensity of disturbances is expect ...

Principal Investigator : Jose Negron

Outdoor Recreation
Inventory and Monitoring
Photo of Biocontrol method uses mites to manage mountain pine beetles. USDA Forest Service
ID: 696
Synthesis Paper on the Mountain Pine Beetle Biology and Management Now Available

A series of 10 papers prepared by experts on mountain pine present a synthesis of the state of the knowledge on selected aspects on the beetle b ...

Principal Investigator : Jose Negron

Resource Management and Use2014RMRS