Search
US Forest Service Research & Development
Contact Information
  • US Forest Service Research & Development
  • 1400 Independence Ave., SW
  • Washington, D.C. 20250-0003
  • 800-832-1355
You are here: Home / People / Profile

Profile

Jennifer Koch

Research Biologist
359 Main Road
Delaware
Ohio
United States
43015

Phone: 740-368-0188
Contact Jennifer Koch


Featured Publications & Products

Publications

Research Highlights

HighlightTitleYear


NRS-2020-75
Cracking the Case of the Beech Leaf Disease Mystery

Mysterious symptoms, referred to as beech leaf disease (BLD), have caused decline and mortality of American beech in Ohio since first observed i ...

2020


NRS-2017-28
Finding beech bark disease resistant American beech trees: It’s in the genes!

A Forest Service scientist and her collaborators have identified genetic markers that may help accelerate breeding and production of American be ...

2017


NRS-2015-112
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 ...

2015


NRS-2014-053
Researchers From the U.S. Forest Service and the United Kingdom Join Forces To Save Ash Trees Facing Intercontinental Threats

Ash trees across Europe are currently under attack by a fungal disease known as ash dieback disease, while here in the United States, they are b ...

2014


NRS-2020-76
Scientists Join Forces to Save Ash Trees Facing Intercontinental Threats

Ash trees across Europe are currently under attack by a fungal disease known as ash dieback disease while in the United States the emerald ash b ...

2020


NRS-2016-94
The Key to Rescuing Green Ash from Emerald Ash Borer is in the Genes

Hundreds of genes in lingering ash trees have been identified that may help researchers understand the defense responses they use to defend them ...

2016


Last updated on : 05/26/2021