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spelling The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon / J.L. Hayes and J.E. Lundquist, compilers
Proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference
Portland, OR : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2009.
134 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 28 cm.
General technical report PNW ; GTR-784
"April 2009."
Also available on the World Wide Web.
Bark beetle conditions in western forests and formation of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group / Robert J. Cain and Jane L. Hayes -- Bark beetle responses to vegetation management treatments / Joel D. McMillin and Christopher J. Fettig -- Bark beetles in a changing climate / John E. Lundquist and Barbara J. Bentz -- Fire and bark beetle interactions / Ken Gibson and José F. Negrón -- Some ecological, economic, and social consequences of bark beetle infestations / Robert A. Progar, Andris Eglitis, and John E. Lundquist -- Semiochemical sabotage: behavioral chemicals for protection of western conifers from bark beetles / Nancy E. Gillette and A. Steve Munson -- What risks do invasive bark beetles and woodborers pose to forests of the western United States? A case study of the Mediterranean pine engraver, Orthotomicus erosus / Steven J. Seybold and Marla Downing.
The compilation of papers in this proceedings is based on a symposium sponsored by the Insect and Diseases Working Group (D5) at the 2007 Society of American Foresters (SAF) convention in Portland, Oregon. The selection of topics parallels the research priorities of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group (WBBRG) (USDA Forest Service, Research and Development), which had been recently formed at the time of the symposium. Reflecting a unique partnership within the Forest Service, each paper was jointly prepared by a research scientist with the WBBRG and one or more entomologists with Forest Health Protection (USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry). Among these papers is a description of the currently elevated impacts of bark beetles in the Western United States; descriptions of the current state of knowledge of bark beetle response to vegetation management and also to climate change; discussions of the complex interactions of bark beetles and fire and of the complex ecological and socioeconomic impacts of infestations; an overview of the use of semiochemical (behavioral chemicals)-based technology for conifer protection; and a case study exemplifying efforts to assess risks posed by nonnative invasive bark beetles.
Includes bibliographical references.
Bark beetles West (U.S.) Congresses.
Bark beetles Control West (U.S.) Congresses.
Conifers Diseases and pests West (U.S.) Congresses.
Conifers Diseases and pests Control West (U.S.) Congresses.
Forest health West (U.S.) Congresses.
Hayes, Jane L.
Lundquist, John E.
Society of American Foresters. Convention (2007 : Portland, Oregon)
Western Bark Beetle Research Group 1 online resource (OCoLC)472427247
General technical report PNW ; 784.
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Lundquist, John E.
Society of American Foresters. Convention (2007 : Portland, Oregon)
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Lundquist, John E.
Society of American Foresters. Convention (2007 : Portland, Oregon)
Society of American Foresters.Convention(2007 :Portland, Oregon)
Hayes, Jane L
Lundquist, John E
author_contents Bark beetle conditions in western forests and formation of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group / Robert J. Cain and Jane L. Hayes -- Bark beetle responses to vegetation management treatments / Joel D. McMillin and Christopher J. Fettig -- Bark beetles in a changing climate / John E. Lundquist and Barbara J. Bentz -- Fire and bark beetle interactions / Ken Gibson and José F. Negrón -- Some ecological, economic, and social consequences of bark beetle infestations / Robert A. Progar, Andris Eglitis, and John E. Lundquist -- Semiochemical sabotage: behavioral chemicals for protection of western conifers from bark beetles / Nancy E. Gillette and A. Steve Munson -- What risks do invasive bark beetles and woodborers pose to forests of the western United States? A case study of the Mediterranean pine engraver, Orthotomicus erosus / Steven J. Seybold and Marla Downing.
title The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
spellingShingle The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
General technical report PNW ;
"April 2009."
Bark beetle conditions in western forests and formation of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group / Robert J. Cain and Jane L. Hayes -- Bark beetle responses to vegetation management treatments / Joel D. McMillin and Christopher J. Fettig -- Bark beetles in a changing climate / John E. Lundquist and Barbara J. Bentz -- Fire and bark beetle interactions / Ken Gibson and José F. Negrón -- Some ecological, economic, and social consequences of bark beetle infestations / Robert A. Progar, Andris Eglitis, and John E. Lundquist -- Semiochemical sabotage: behavioral chemicals for protection of western conifers from bark beetles / Nancy E. Gillette and A. Steve Munson -- What risks do invasive bark beetles and woodborers pose to forests of the western United States? A case study of the Mediterranean pine engraver, Orthotomicus erosus / Steven J. Seybold and Marla Downing.
The compilation of papers in this proceedings is based on a symposium sponsored by the Insect and Diseases Working Group (D5) at the 2007 Society of American Foresters (SAF) convention in Portland, Oregon. The selection of topics parallels the research priorities of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group (WBBRG) (USDA Forest Service, Research and Development), which had been recently formed at the time of the symposium. Reflecting a unique partnership within the Forest Service, each paper was jointly prepared by a research scientist with the WBBRG and one or more entomologists with Forest Health Protection (USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry). Among these papers is a description of the currently elevated impacts of bark beetles in the Western United States; descriptions of the current state of knowledge of bark beetle response to vegetation management and also to climate change; discussions of the complex interactions of bark beetles and fire and of the complex ecological and socioeconomic impacts of infestations; an overview of the use of semiochemical (behavioral chemicals)-based technology for conifer protection; and a case study exemplifying efforts to assess risks posed by nonnative invasive bark beetles.
Bark beetles West (U.S.) Congresses.
Bark beetles Control West (U.S.) Congresses.
Conifers Diseases and pests West (U.S.) Congresses.
Conifers Diseases and pests Control West (U.S.) Congresses.
Forest health West (U.S.) Congresses.
title_sub a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
title_short The Western Bark Beetle Research Group :
title_short_exact The Western Bark Beetle Research Group :
title_full The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
title_fullStr The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
title_full_unstemmed The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
title_full_exact The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
title_author The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
title_author_exact The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
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title_alt_exact Proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference
title_sort western bark beetle research group a unique collaboration with forest health protection proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 society of american foresters conference october 23 28 2007 portland oregon
title_contents Bark beetle conditions in western forests and formation of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group / Robert J. Cain and Jane L. Hayes -- Bark beetle responses to vegetation management treatments / Joel D. McMillin and Christopher J. Fettig -- Bark beetles in a changing climate / John E. Lundquist and Barbara J. Bentz -- Fire and bark beetle interactions / Ken Gibson and José F. Negrón -- Some ecological, economic, and social consequences of bark beetle infestations / Robert A. Progar, Andris Eglitis, and John E. Lundquist -- Semiochemical sabotage: behavioral chemicals for protection of western conifers from bark beetles / Nancy E. Gillette and A. Steve Munson -- What risks do invasive bark beetles and woodborers pose to forests of the western United States? A case study of the Mediterranean pine engraver, Orthotomicus erosus / Steven J. Seybold and Marla Downing.
title_browse The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
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The Western Bark Beetle Research Group : a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon /
title_browse_sort The Western Bark Beetle Research Group a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 Society of American Foresters Conference, October 23-28, 2007, Portland, Oregon
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Western Bark Beetle Research Group
western bark beetle research group a unique collaboration with forest health protection : proceedings of a symposium at the 2007 society of american foresters conference, october 23-28, 2007, portland, oregon
series General technical report PNW ;
series2 General technical report PNW ; 784.
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publisher U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station,
publishDate 2009
publication_place Portland, OR :
physical 134 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 28 cm.
contents "April 2009."
Bark beetle conditions in western forests and formation of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group / Robert J. Cain and Jane L. Hayes -- Bark beetle responses to vegetation management treatments / Joel D. McMillin and Christopher J. Fettig -- Bark beetles in a changing climate / John E. Lundquist and Barbara J. Bentz -- Fire and bark beetle interactions / Ken Gibson and José F. Negrón -- Some ecological, economic, and social consequences of bark beetle infestations / Robert A. Progar, Andris Eglitis, and John E. Lundquist -- Semiochemical sabotage: behavioral chemicals for protection of western conifers from bark beetles / Nancy E. Gillette and A. Steve Munson -- What risks do invasive bark beetles and woodborers pose to forests of the western United States? A case study of the Mediterranean pine engraver, Orthotomicus erosus / Steven J. Seybold and Marla Downing.
The compilation of papers in this proceedings is based on a symposium sponsored by the Insect and Diseases Working Group (D5) at the 2007 Society of American Foresters (SAF) convention in Portland, Oregon. The selection of topics parallels the research priorities of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group (WBBRG) (USDA Forest Service, Research and Development), which had been recently formed at the time of the symposium. Reflecting a unique partnership within the Forest Service, each paper was jointly prepared by a research scientist with the WBBRG and one or more entomologists with Forest Health Protection (USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry). Among these papers is a description of the currently elevated impacts of bark beetles in the Western United States; descriptions of the current state of knowledge of bark beetle response to vegetation management and also to climate change; discussions of the complex interactions of bark beetles and fire and of the complex ecological and socioeconomic impacts of infestations; an overview of the use of semiochemical (behavioral chemicals)-based technology for conifer protection; and a case study exemplifying efforts to assess risks posed by nonnative invasive bark beetles.
topic Bark beetles West (U.S.) Congresses.
Bark beetles Control West (U.S.) Congresses.
Conifers Diseases and pests West (U.S.) Congresses.
Conifers Diseases and pests Control West (U.S.) Congresses.
Forest health West (U.S.) Congresses.
topic_facet Bark beetles
Conifers
Forest health
Congresses
Control
Diseases and pests
West (U.S.)
notes "April 2009."
Also available on the World Wide Web.
Bark beetle conditions in western forests and formation of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group / Robert J. Cain and Jane L. Hayes -- Bark beetle responses to vegetation management treatments / Joel D. McMillin and Christopher J. Fettig -- Bark beetles in a changing climate / John E. Lundquist and Barbara J. Bentz -- Fire and bark beetle interactions / Ken Gibson and José F. Negrón -- Some ecological, economic, and social consequences of bark beetle infestations / Robert A. Progar, Andris Eglitis, and John E. Lundquist -- Semiochemical sabotage: behavioral chemicals for protection of western conifers from bark beetles / Nancy E. Gillette and A. Steve Munson -- What risks do invasive bark beetles and woodborers pose to forests of the western United States? A case study of the Mediterranean pine engraver, Orthotomicus erosus / Steven J. Seybold and Marla Downing.
The compilation of papers in this proceedings is based on a symposium sponsored by the Insect and Diseases Working Group (D5) at the 2007 Society of American Foresters (SAF) convention in Portland, Oregon. The selection of topics parallels the research priorities of the Western Bark Beetle Research Group (WBBRG) (USDA Forest Service, Research and Development), which had been recently formed at the time of the symposium. Reflecting a unique partnership within the Forest Service, each paper was jointly prepared by a research scientist with the WBBRG and one or more entomologists with Forest Health Protection (USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry). Among these papers is a description of the currently elevated impacts of bark beetles in the Western United States; descriptions of the current state of knowledge of bark beetle response to vegetation management and also to climate change; discussions of the complex interactions of bark beetles and fire and of the complex ecological and socioeconomic impacts of infestations; an overview of the use of semiochemical (behavioral chemicals)-based technology for conifer protection; and a case study exemplifying efforts to assess risks posed by nonnative invasive bark beetles.
Includes bibliographical references.
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