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Dispersal of Invasive Forest Insects via Recreational Firewood: A Quantitative Analysis

Frank H. Koch, Denys Yemshanov, Roger D. Magarey, William D. Smith
2012 Journal of Economic Entomology  
Although only a limited amount of all transported Þrewood is likely to be infested by forest insects, this still represents a considerable increase in dispersal potential beyond the insectsÕ natural spread  ...  In this study, we analyzed the risk of forest insect spread with Þrewood and estimated related dispersal parameters for application in geographically explicit invasion models.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Judith Pasek, David Kowalski, and Daniel Borchert (USDA-APHIS) for providing the data used in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1603/ec11270 pmid:22606814 fatcat:2sxih7yiunabxch6bjfiyrkw6u

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Dwayne Lepitzki
2019 Canadian field-naturalist  
We thank the Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas for making a vast amount of data available in the public domain and the hundreds of volunteers who have taken the time to submit their observations to those  ...  MacDonald, whose expertise and knowledge of all things amphibious was instrumental to the success of this project in the early days.  ...  Methods Study species Bullsnakes are the largest snakes in Canada, reaching lengths of up to 2.5 m (Ernst and Ernst 2003).  ... 
doi:10.22621/cfn.v132i2.2199 fatcat:izcs3k7qtvfofo5pa6iltgztti

A predicted sex pheromone receptor of codling moth Cydia pomonella detects the plant volatile pear ester

Jonas M. Bengtsson, Francisco Gonzalez, Alberto M. Cattaneo, Nicolas Montagné, William B. Walker, Marie Bengtsson, Gianfranco Anfora, Rickard Ignell, Emmanuelle Jacquin-Joly, Peter Witzgall
2014 Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  
Pierce, FL 8:12 0873 The role of temperature in the dispersal capacity of emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) and its parasitoid, Tetrastichus planipennisi. Samuel J.  ...  phenotypes to identify ash biomarkers of resistance to emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis). david Showalter, showalter.53@osu.edu 1 , Robert Hansen 2 , Daniel A.  ...  Beckage (1950 Beckage ( -2012 The Annual Review of Entomology, in publication since 1956, reviews significant developments in the field of entomology, including biochemistry and physiology, morphology  ... 
doi:10.3389/fevo.2014.00033 fatcat:y4puyx76zzalplie4llhdvvbee

Forest Bird Populations in Massachusetts: Breeding Habitat Loss and Other Influences

Timothy J. Gardner, Caroline R. Eagan, Robert I. Bertin
2017 Northeastern Naturalist  
The emerald ash borer, a native of Asia, was first identified in 2002 in southeastern Michigan.  ...  Role of wind, birds, deer, and humans in the dispersal of hemlock woolly adelgid (Homoptera: Adelgidae). Environmental Entomology 19(1):36-43. McCullough, D.G. 2008. Emerald ash borer. Pest Alert.  ...  and the Connecticut Chapter of The Nature Conservancy (TNC), was founded in 2001 to "improve the knowledge base from which land use and natural resource decisions are made."  ... 
doi:10.1656/045.024.0304 fatcat:vjeawqg7gnbjbbi7gwhbydx6j4

Part I: Moose Herbivory Monitoring Protocol for Isle Royale National Park i Moose Herbivory Monitoring Protocol for Isle Royale National Park Natural Resource Report ii Moose Herbivory Monitoring Protocol for Isle Royale National Park Natural Resource Report

Jordon Tourville, Margaret Lindman, Charlotte Weinstein, Robin Schultze, Mirko Noack, Jordon Tourville, Margaret Lindman, Charlotte Weinstein, Robin Schultze, Mirko Noack
unpublished
how these plant communities will respond to the growing threat of climate change will allow us to anticipate and quantify significant impacts to long-term human and environmental well-being.  ...  Climate change is expected to play a major role in the restructuring of forests and other vegetation communities across the globe in the coming century.  ...  We would like to also recognize Inés Ibáñez and the Global Change Ecology Lab at the University of Michigan for helpful insight with concepts and report writing.  ... 
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IMPACT OF FAULTING IN SILICICLASTICS: A CASE STUDY IN A TURBIDITE SUCCESSION

Hannah Riegel, Miller Zambrano, Miller Zambrano, Danica Jablonska, Danica Jablonska, Emanuele Tondi, Emanuele Tondi, Fabrizio Agosta, Fabrizio Agosta, Luca Mattioni, Luca Mattioni, Andrea Rustichelli (+1 others)
2017 unpublished
; Beck, Melanie: TRACKING NUTRIENT FLUXES IN GROUNDWATER AND SURFACE WATER ON THE EASTERN SHORE OF LAKE ERIE 82-14 331 Goodin, John*; Robertson, Wendy: DOES EMERALD ASH BORER RELATED WHITE ASH MORTALITY  ...  Devlin, J.F.*: A TALE OF TWO AQUIFERS: HOW QUATERNARY GEOLOGY AFFECTED THE HYDROGEOLOGY OF REMEDIATION AT TWO ONTARIO SITES 109-9 10:45 AM Rittenour, Tammy*: DYNAMIC FLUVIAL AND EOLIAN SYSTEMS IN SOUTHERN  ...  P O S T E R S T U E S D A Y Authors will be present from 2 to 4 PM and 4:30 to 6:30 PM Booth # 378  ... 
doi:10.1130/abs/2017am-302878 fatcat:yhhcpzsm5beczldppsk6ax2jhm

Assessing the Sustainability of Agricultural and Urban Forests in the United States Assessing the Sustainability of Agricultural and Urban Forests in the United States

Forest Service
2016 unpublished
or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form.  ...  To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992.  ...  Acknowledgments Numerous individuals substantially contributed to the produc tion of this report either through extensive review or the provi sion of important information.  ... 
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Finding urban trees for a changing world

Jehane Alexandre Samaha
2019
Using an extensive online survey of the USA and Canada as well as a case study of interviews in Philadelphia, we found that: • A tree's tolerance of urban stressors is more important than other major selection  ...  This multi-method project aims to characterize the complexity of the tree species selection process: which selection criteria do street tree planting professionals value, and which tree species do professionals  ...  Anonymous Associate Director of Grounds Operations  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0380694 fatcat:xjiaj7u54bfondw35z5qdqg6e4