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Joanne Rebbeck

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NRS-2017-38
A native fungus takes on an exotic and aggressive tree species

Working with the Wayne National Forest and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Forest Service scientists are studying a native fungus and ...

2017


NRS-2014-040
Biocontrol Agent for the Invasive Ailanthus Tree To Be Tested

Forest Service scientists are studying a North American fungus that selectively kills ailanthus trees. Test sites were selected in Ohio forests ...

2014


NRS-2013-055
Destructive Emerald Ash Borer Pest Provides Science Learning Opportunity for Kids

This effort has led to the development of a week-long EAB curriculum that gives kids hands-on experience with the process of science while doing ...

2013


NRS-2013-047
Fungus Looks Like Promising Weapon Against Invasive Tree

Forest Service scientists are studying a North American fungus that selectively kills ailanthus trees. Preliminary tests of other Ohio native tr ...

2013


NRS-2010-005
Monitoring of the Invasive Tree, Ailanthus, Takes Flight Over Ohio Forests

Ailanthus altissima, a rapidly growing invasive non-native tree, is spreading into many forested landscapes in the eastern United States and dis ...

2010


NRS-2016-167
Persistence of Ailanthus Seeds in Forest Floor Seed Bank

Ailanthus is an aggressive non-native invader of mixed hardwood forests, where it can outcompete native vegetation, including both trees and oth ...

2016


NRS-2015-141
Possible Biocontrol Agent for the Invasive Ailanthus Tree Is Tested

Forest Service scientists from the agency’s Northern Research Station are studying a native fungus and find that it kills ailanthus (tree-of-h ...

2015


NRS-2014-046
Woodpeckers Capitalize on an Invasive Forest Pest

Emerald ash borer, an invasive beetle that kills ash trees, is eaten by bark-foraging birds like woodpeckers. Forest Service scientists and par ...

2014