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Photo of Forest Service technician Tina Ciaramitaro heading out to set up Fluon-coated multiple funnel traps to capture wood boring beetles. Therese Poland, USDA Forest Service
ID: 474
Building a Better Bug Trap

Recent research identified attractive pheromones for several species of wood boring beetles that may threaten forest health. Forest Service ento ...

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

Inventory and Monitoring2013NRS
Photo of Emerald ash borer larva feeding on insecticide-treated artificial diet.  Tina Ciarmitaro, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1020
Control of Emerald Ash Borer with Systemic Insecticides

Several systemic insecticide products were evaluated to determine toxicity to emerald ash borer (EAB) adults and larvae and were found to provid ...

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

Invasive Species2016NRS
Photo of Forest Service technician Tina Ciaramitaro and biological aide Tom Baweja submerge infested black ash logs in a stream. USDA Forest Service
ID: 840
Controlling Emerald Ash Borer and Preserving Black Ash for Native American Basketmaking

Emerald ash borer threatens the survival of all ash species in North America. The black ash tree has great cultural significance to Native Ameri ...

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

Invasive Species2015NRS
Photo of Emerald ash borer adult on a twig. USDA Forest Service
ID: 864
Functional Genomics of Emerald Ash Borer: Identifying Odor Processing Genes and Gene Blocking for Alternative Pest Management

The emerald ash borer (EAB) has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees in North America since its discovery in 2002 and threatens the entire a ...

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

Invasive Species2015NRS
Photo of Interns put EAB eggs on trees: Summer interns set up bioassay experiment by taping EAB eggs to test trees. USDA Forest Service
ID: 810
Green Ash Trees That Survive Beetle Infestation Pass on Their Resistance Through Propagation and Planting

Among the tens of millions of trees killed by the emerald ash borer (EAB), researchers have found a small number of trees that survived their as ...

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

Invasive Species2015NRS
Photo of Forest Service technician Tina Ciaramitaro and student Tom Baweja collect Emerald Ash Borers from a double-decker trap. Therese Poland, USDA Forest Service.
ID: 633
Optimizing Trap Designs for Emerald Ash Borer

Since the discovery of emerald ash borer in North America in 2002, the USDA Animal Plant Health Inspection Agency and state regulatory agencies ...

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

Invasive Species2014NRS
Photo of Tom and Tina Tossing a Log in the River. Therese Poland, Forest Service
ID: 316
Reducing Negative Cultural Impacts of Emerald Ash Borer: Saving Black Ash Wood for Native American Basketmakers

Black ash has great cultural and economic importance in the northeastern United States, especially for Native Americans. The widespread destruc ...

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

Invasive Species2011NRS
Photo of Emerald ash borer adult feeding on an ash leaf. Deborah Miller Forest Service
ID: 58
Scientists Determine the Chemistry Between Ash Trees and Emerald Ash Borer Beetle

What makes some ash species so susceptible to emerald ash borer and others less susceptible

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

Invasive Species2012NRS
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ID: 1211
Slow ash mortality approach reduces emerald ash borer numbers

The Emerald ash borer (EAB) is the most destructive forest insect pest that ever invaded North America. It has killed hundreds of millions of a ...

Principal Investigator : Therese M. Poland

 2017NRS