Proceedings 19th U.S. Department of Agriculture Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species 2008
Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-36. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 100 p.
Contains abstracts and papers of 67 oral and poster presentations on invasive species biology, molecular biology, ecology, impacts, and management presented at the annual U.S. Department of Agriculture Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species.
Titles contained within Proceedings 19th U.S. Department of Agriculture Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species 2008
- Beyond global warming: elevated carbon dioxide is heating up ecosystem damage by invasive insects
- They're all aliens: international initiatives to address alien invasive species
- Gypsy moth sex in the city: estimating costs and losses
- Predicting dieback in U.S. forests: concepts and application of a forest health decision system
- Are alien plants the ecological equivalents of natives?
- Phenyloxidase production by amylostereum areolatum and its role in pathogenesis in loblolly pine
- Chemical ecology of Sirex noctilio
- Ecosystem urbanicity as a potential factor for alien species invasions
- Dispersal and dynamics of the woodwasp Sirex noctilio in Argentina
- The effect of a mutation on field transmission of LdMNPV
- Sirex noctilio impacts on native and exotic pine stands in the northeastern United States
- Hazard assessment surfaces for Phytophthora alni subsp. Alni
- Update on winter moth in New England
- United States Sirex woodwasp program update
- The effects of thinning and gypsy moth defoliation on wood volume growth in oaks
- Riparian corridors as potential biodiversity refugia
- Emerald ash borer: is the camping public aware of emerald ash borer and issues relating to the movement of firewood?
- Tamarix and rapidly evolving cold hardiness
- Mechanisms of invasive species success across resource gradients
- Is housing a factor of invasive plants distribution at coarse and fine scales?
- Recognition of adults of Sirex noctilio among species of the genus Sirex in North America
- Rearing Sirex noctilio from red pine in central New York
- Dispersal of gypsy moth pathogens to newly established host populations
- Biology and host associations of redbay ambrosia beetle, exotic vector of laurel wilt killing redbay trees in the southeastern United States
- Flying AGM females: when and how far are they flying?
- Use of SSR-primers for progeny selection in a chestnut breeding program
- Status of microwaves and radio frequency as alternative treatments for solid wood packing materials
- Phenology of the Asian longhorned beetle under simulated annual environmental fluctuations
- Insect rearing -- a tool for detecting non-indigenous wood boring insects
- Competition between fungi associated with Sirex woodwasp and southern pine beetle
- Asian ash species as a source of resistance to EAB: development and characterization of novel ash species
- Spatio-temporal analysis of redbay ambrosia beetle invasion in the southeastern U.S.
- Artificial egging substrate for rearing Asian longhorned beetle
- Trend of two invasives: the banded and European elm bark beetles
- Emerald ash borer: chemical ecology and visual trapping
- Comparing emerald ash borer detection tools: are bigger trap trees better?
- Putting the pieces together: can we solve the emerald ash borer management puzzle?
- What are we facing in the southern region? The bigger invasion of plants, insects, diseases, and more
- Research and development program on host plant resistance to hemlock woolly adelgid
- Excluding invasive plants with riparian corridors
- Electrophysiological and behavioral responses of citrus root weevil
- Effect of winter temperatures on the survival of hemlock woolly adelgid and the potential impact of global warming on its future range in eastern North America
- Plant invasions into mountains
- Symbionts of invasive insects: characterization, ecological roles, and relation to invasive potential and management strategies
- Mountain pine beetle and climate change
- Potential northern distribution of Asian longhorned beetle in North America
- Spatial dynamics of the Asian longhorned beetle: Carteret, NJ, to Staten Island, NY, in nine years?
- Update on Sirex noctilio in Canada
- Reconstruction of the establishment and spread of emerald ash borer through dendrochronological analysis
- Balancing the costs and benefits of slowing the spread of gypsy moth
- Information synthesis for predicting climate change impacts on invasive species
- Microsporidian pathogens in coleopteran predators of hemlock woolly adelgid
- Mapping historic gypsy moth defoliation with MODIS satellite data: implications for forest threat early warning system
- The history of emerald ash borer discoveries in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan from 2005 to 2007
- Field release of Spathius agrili Yang (braconidae): monitoring non-target wood borers
- Improving semiochemical deployment through the evaluation and development of releasers
- Effect of pheromone stereochemistry on attraction of Tetropium fuscum (Fabr.), T. cinnamopterum Kirby, and T. castaneum (L.)
- Space-time interactions between gypsy moth and associated entomopathogens in newly established populations
- Assessing assumptions about adelgid attributes: landscape patterns of an invasive insect
- Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal toxins induce shedding of GPI-anchored APN by activation of phosphatidylinositol-specific phospholipase C
- Increasing early detection of invasive species through targeted outreach
- Evaluation of Beddingia siricidicola as a biological control agent of Sirex noctilio in North America
- Simulating impacts of invasive plants in southern Appalachian landscapes using LANDIS
- An assessment of Sirex noctilio spread and potential impacts on pine wood supply and harvests in eastern Canada
- An integrated EAB data management framework: a piece of the puzzle?
McManus, Katherine A.; Gottschalk, Kurt W., eds. 2009. Proceedings 19th U.S. Department of Agriculture Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species 2008. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-36. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 100 p.
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