Hemlock Woolly Adelgid - Related Bibliography



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1. Bentz, S.E., R.J. Griesbach, M.R. Pooler, and A.M. Townsend, 2007. Tsuga chinesis as a source of host resistance to the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
Proceedings, 17th U.S. Department of Agriculture Interagency Research Forum on Gypsy Moth and Other Invasive Species, 2006, Loews Annapolis Hotel, Annapolis, Maryland, Forest Service Research et al. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agr, Gottschalk, K.W. (ed.), p. 24-25 - Abstract

2. Aaron, J. R. , 1957. Conifer barks as a source of tannins for the leather industry., Vol. 11
Scottish For. , p. 72-76 - Abstract

3. Abad, Z. G., T. Creswell, R. K. Jones, and H. D. Shew, 1994. Occurrence of Phytophthora species on various hosts in North Carolina., Vol. 78
Plant Dis., p. 830 - Abstract

4. Abbe, L.B. and A. S. Crafts, 1939. Phloem of white pine and other coniferous species., Vol. 100
Bot. Gazette, p. 695-722 - Abstract

5. Abbott, H. G., 1962. Tree seed preferences of mice and voles in the northeast., Vol. 60
J. For., p. 97-99 - Abstract

6. Abby, S., J. Lewis, A. Tuininga, and J. Johnson, 2005. Soil conditions, host community, and infestations of the hemlock woolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae) affects ectomycorrhizal diversity in eastern temperate forests.
Ecological Society of America, 2005 Ann. Meeting, Montreal, Canada , p. 1p - Abstract

7. Abdel-Salam, A. H. and N. F. Abdel-Baky , 2001. Life table and biological studies of Harmonia axyridis Pallas (Col., Coccinellidae) reared on the grain moth eggs of Sitotroga cerealella Olivier (Lep., Gelechiidae). , Vol. 125
J. Appl. Entomol., p. 455-462 - Abstract

8. Abell, K. and R. Van Driesche, 2008. Incidence of elongate hemlock scale and its parasitoid Encarsia citrina in the eastern United States
Fourth Symposium on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern United States, Hartford, Connecticut, February 12-14, 2008. USDA Forest Service, FHTET-2008-01, Morgantown, West Virginia. Onken, B. and R. Reardon (compilers), p. 188-192 - Abstract

9. Abella, S. R. , 2014. Impacts and management of hemlock woolly adelgid in national parks of the eastern United States, Vol. 13(Special Issue 6)
Southeastern Naturalist, p. 16-45 - Abstract
http://www.bioone.org/toc/sena/13/sp6

10. Abella, S. R., 2003. Quantifying ecosystem geomorphology of the southern Appalachian mountains. , Vol. 24
Physicial Geography, p. 488-501 - Abstract
http://oak.ucc.nau.edu/sra8/files/Abella%202003%20ecosystem%20geomorphology%20Phys%20Geog.pdf

11. Abella, S. R. and V. B. Shelburne, 2004. Ecological species groups of South Carolina's Jocassee Gorges, southern Appalachian Mountains., Vol. 131
J. Torrey Bot. Soc. , p. 220-231 - Abstract
http://oak.ucc.nau.edu/sra8/files/Abella%202004%20Jocassee%20species%20groups%20JTBS.pdf

12. Abella, S. R., V. B. Shelburne, and N. W. MacDonald, 2003. Multifactor classification of forest landscape ecosystems of Jocassee Gorges, southern Appalachian Mountains, South Carolina., Vol. 33
Can. J. For. Res., p. 1933-1946 - Abstract
http://rpas.web-p.cisti.nrc.ca/RPAS/RPViewDoc?_handler_=HandleInitialGet&journal=cjfr&volume=33&calyLang=eng&articleFile=x03-116.pdf

13. Abgrall, J.F. , 1982. Importance of aphids (Adelgidae) in forestry stands, Sacchiphantes viridis on spruce, Dreyfusia nusslini on fir, Gilletteella cooleyi on Douglas fir.
Association de Coordination Technique Agricole, Information and Study Meeting, Agricultural Technical Coordination Association, Paris, 2-4 March 1981 , p. 337-343 - Abstract

14. Abraham, Y. J., 1999. Evaluation of Pineus pini (macquart) (Homoptera: Adelgidae) Insect Natural Enemies for the Biological Control of Pineus spp.
Ph. D. dissertation, Univ. of Reading, Abstract

15. Abrahamson, W. G. and A. C. Gohn , 2004. Classification and successional changes of mixed-oak forests at the Mohn Mill area, Pennsylvania. , Vol. 69
Castanea, p. 194-206 - Abstract

16. Abrahamson, L. P., C. A.Nowak, E. F. Neuhauser, C. G. Foreback, H. D. Freed, S. B. Shaheen, and C. H. Stevens, 1991. Cost effectiveness of utility rights-of-way vegetation management treatments. II: First maintenance cycle., Vol. 17
J. Arbor., p. 328-330 - Abstract

17. Abrahamson, L. P., C. A.Nowak, E. F. Neuhauser, C. G. Foreback, H. D. Freed, S. B. Shaheen, and C. H. Stevens, 1991. Cost effectiveness of utility rights-of-way vegetation management treatments. I: Initial clearing., Vol. 17
J. Arbor., p. 325-327 - Abstract

18. Abrams, M. D. , 2001. Eastern white pine versatility in the presettlement forest: This eastern giant exhibited vast ecological breadth in the original forest but has been on the decline with subsequent land-use changes., Vol. 51
BioSci., p. 967-979 - Abstract
http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/a/g/agl/Eastern%20white%20pine%20versatility%20in%20the%20presettlment%20forest%202001.pdf

19. Abrams, M. D. and C. M. Ruffner, 1995. Physiographic analysis of witness-tree distribution (1765-1798) and present forest cover through north central Pennsylvania., Vol. 25
Can. J. For. Res. , p. 659-668 - Abstract

20. Abrams, M. D. and D. A. Orwig, 1996. A 300-year history of disturbance and canopy recruitment for co-occurring white pine and hemlock on the Allegheny Plateau., Vol. 84
J. Ecol., p. 353-363 - Abstract

21. Abrams, M. D. and D. M. McCay, 1996. Vegetation-site relationships of witness trees (1780-1865) in the presettlement forests of eastern West Virginia., Vol. 26
Can. J. For. Res., p. 217-224 - Abstract

22. Abrams, M. D., C. A. Copenhaver, B. A. Black, and S. van de Gevel, 2001. Dendroecology and climatic impacts for a relict, old-growth, bog forest in the Ridge and Valley Province of central Pennsylvania, U.S.A., Vol. 79
Can. J. Bot., p. 58-69 - Abstract
http://rpas.web-p.cisti.nrc.ca/RPAS/RPViewDoc?_handler_=HandleInitialGet&journal=cjb&volume=79&calyLang=eng&articleFile=b00-145.pdf

23. Abrams, M. D., D. A. Orwig, and T. E. Demeo, 1995. Dendroecological analysis of successional dynamics for a presettlement-origin white-pine-mixed-oak forest in the southern Appalachians, USA., Vol. 83
J. Ecol., p. 123-133 - Abstract

24. Abrams, M. D., S. van de Gevel, R. C. Dodson, and C. A. Copenheaver, 2000. The dendroecology and climatic impacts for old-growth white pine and hemlock on the extreme slopes of the Berkshire Hills, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Vol. 78
Can. J. Bot., p. 851-861 - Abstract
http://rpas.web-p.cisti.nrc.ca/RPAS/RPViewDoc?_handler_=HandleInitialGet&journal=cjb&volume=78&calyLang=eng&articleFile=b00-057.pdf

25. Acker, S. A., C. B. Halpern, M. E. Harmon, and C. T. Dyrness, 2002. Trends in bole biomass accumulation, net primary production and tree mortality in Pseudotsuga menziesii forests of contrasting age., Vol. 22
Tree Physiology, Bond, B. J. (ed.), p. 213-217 - Abstract

26. Acker, S. A., P. A. Harcombe, M. E. Harmon, and S. E. Greene, 2000. Biomass accumulation over the first 150 years in coastal Oregon Picea-Tsuga forest., Vol. 11
Journal of Vegetation Science, p. 725-738 - Abstract

27. Ackerman. W. L., G. A. Seaton, and H. H. Fisher, 1964. Tsuga canadensis Pendula., Vol. 43
Amer. Hort. Mag. , p. 181-184 - Abstract

28. Adams, D. A. and J. S. Hammond, 1991. Changes in forest vegetation, bird, and small mammal populations at Mount Mitchell, North Carolina - 1959/62 and 1985. , Vol. 107
J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc., p. 3-12 - Abstract

29. Adams, G. C., Jr. and A. Bielenin, 1988. First report of Phytophthora cactorum and P. citricola causing crown rot of fir species in Michigan., Vol. 72
Plant Dis., p. 79 - Abstract

30. Adams, M. J. and R. B. Bury, 2002. The endemic headwater stream amphibians of the American Northwest: associations with environmental gradients in a large forested preserve., Vol. 11
Global Ecology and Biogeography, p. 169-178 - Abstract

31. Adams, M. S. and O. L. Loucks, 1971. Summer air temperatures as a factor affecting net photosynthesis and distribution of eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis L. (Carriere)) in southwestern Wisconsin., Vol. 85
Amer. Midl. Nat., p. 1-10 - Abstract

32. Adams, M. S., D. Terzilla, and B. S. Baum, 2002. Community-based monitoring in the Catskills.
Proceedings: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern United States Symposium. Feb. 5-7, 2002, East Brunswick, NJ, USDA For. Serv./State Univ. of N. J. Rutgers, Onken, B., R. Reardon, and J. Lashomb (eds.), p. 100-105 - Abstract
http://na.fs.fed.us/fhp/hwa/pub/proceedings/catskills.pdf

33. Adams, N. E. , 2000. Using Growing Degree Days For Insect Management.
Univ. New Hampshire Coop. Ext. , p. 4pp - Abstract
http://extension.unh.edu/Agric/GDDays/Docs/growch.pdf

34. Adams, W. R., 1955. A control for pine leaf aphid.
Vermont Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. No. 582 , p. 8pp - Abstract

35. Adamson, A. D., 1972. Oleoresins - production and markets, with particular reference to the United Kingdom.
Tropical Products Institute Report, No. G56, p. 46pp - Abstract

36. Adkins, C. R., 1983. Role of stratification, temperature and light in Fraser fir seed germination., Vol. 33
Combined Proceedings, International Plant Propagators' Society, p. 504-515 - Abstract

37. Adkins, C. R., L. E. Hinesley, and F. A. Blazich, 1984. Role of stratification, temperature, and light in Fraser fir germination, Vol. 14
Can. J. For. Res., p. 88-93 - Abstract

38. Adkison, G. P. and M. T. Jackson, 1996. Changes in ground-layer vegetation near trails in Midwestern US forests., Vol. 16
Natural Areas J., p. 14-23 - Abstract

39. Adlung, K. G., 1964. The occurrence of some aphids and beetles on young pine., Vol. 37
Anz. Schadlingsk, p. 90-91 - Abstract

40. Adlung, K. G., 1962. The effect of a control operation against Choristoneura murinana on the predators and parasites of the genus Dreyfusia [Adelges]., Vol. 50
Z. Angew. Entomol. , p. 239-241 - Abstract

41. Ager, A. A., P. E. Heilman, and R. F. Stettler, 1993. Genetic variation in red alder (Alnus rubra) in relation to native climate and geography., Vol. 23
Can. J. For. Res., p. 1930-1939 - Abstract

42. Agerer, R., W. R. Müller, and G. Bahnweg, 1996. Ectomycorrhizae of Rhizopogon subcaerulescens on Tsuga heterophylla., Vol. 63
Nova Hedwigia, p. 397-415 - Abstract

43. Agmata, A. L. , 1989. Seed quality of Picea rubens sarg., Abies balsamea (L.) Mill., and Abies fraseri (Pursh) Poir. in declining spruce-fir forests of Eastern North America.
Ph. D. dissertation, Miss. State Univ., p. 168pp - Abstract

44. Aguilar, R. and R. W. Arnold, 1985. Soil-landscape relationships of a climax forest in the Allegheny High Plateau, Pennsylvania., Vol. 49
J. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., p. 695-701 - Abstract

45. Ahern, R. G., M. J. Raupp, and D. J. Hawthorne, 2005. Molecular tools identify source populations of an introduced insect pest and measure genetic consequences of introduction
ESA Annual Meeting and Exhibition, Dec. 2005, Fort Lauderdale, FL , p. 0247 - Abstract

46. Ahern, R. G., M. J. Raupp, and S. R. Bealmear, 2005. Effects of systemic insecticides, a growth regulator, and oil on elongate hemlock scale and associated natural enemies on eastern hemlock.
Third Symposium on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern United States, Ashville, NC. February 1-3, 2005, USDA For. Serv. FHTET-2005-01, Morgantown, WVa, Onken, B. and R. Reardon (Compilers), p. 247 - Abstract
http://na.fs.fed.us/fhp/hwa/pub/2005_proceedings/ahern.pdf

47. Ahlgren, I. F. and C. E. Ahlgren, 1958. A key to the native coniferous tree seedlings of the Quetico-Superior area. , Vol. 56
J. For. , p. 911-912 - Abstract

48. Ahmed, R. and M. A. Ghani, 1966. Biology of Chilocorus infernalis Muls. (Col.: Coccinellidae).
Commonwealth Inst. Biol. Contr. Tech. Bull. No. 7, p. 101-106 - Abstract

49. Aho, C. E. , 1938. Study of hemlock bark: some reactions of hemlock tannin.
M.S. thesis, Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, p. 54pp - Abstract

50. Ahrens, J. F., 1983. Herbicides in conifer transplants.
Proceedings of the 37th annual meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, p. 305-309 - Abstract

51. Ahrens, J. F., 1978. Control of established weeds in container-grown nursery stock., Vol. 32
Proc. Northeastern Weed Sci. Soc. , p. 300 - Abstract

52. Ahrens, J. F., 1980. Cooley spruce gall aphid control in Christmas tree plantings with aldicarb, Windsor, Connecticut, 1977-79 Adelges cooleyi., Vol. 5
Insectic Acaricide Tests, p. 203-204 - Abstract

53. Ahrens, J. F. , 1959. Chemical weed control in evergreen nurseries.
Proc. 13th Ntheast. Weed Control Conf., p. 397-400 - Abstract

54. Ahrens, J. F. , 1961. Effects of granular herbicides on newly planted nursery stock., Vol. 15
Proc. N. E. Weed Control Conf., p. 146-147 - Abstract

55. Ahrens, J. F. , 1962. Chemical control of quackgrass and nutgrass in nursery liners.
Proc. 16th Northeastern Weed Control Conf., p. 226-231 - Abstract

56. Ahrens, J. F. , 1986. Chemigation with oxyfluorfen in container-grown ornamentals.
Proc. 40th Ann. Meeting Northeastern Weed Sci. Soc., p. 265-266 - Abstract

57. Ahrens, J. F., 1988. Herbicides for field-grown woody ornamentals.
Proc, 42nd Annual Meeting Northeastern Weed Sci. Soc., p. 128pp - Abstract

58. Ahrens, J. F. and M. Cubanski, 1981. Herbicide trials in newly seeded hemlock, white spruce, white pine, and Douglas-fir [Tsuga canadensis, Picea glauca, Pinus strobus, Pseudotsuga menziesii]., Vol. 1981
Proc. Annual Meeting - Northeast Weed Science Society , p. 213-217 - Abstract

59. Ahrens, J. F. and M. Cubanski, 1977. Herbicides for hemlock seedbeds., Vol. 31
Proceedings of the Northeastern Weed Science Society, Baltimore, 1977, p. 315-319 - Abstract

60. Ahrens, J. F. and M. Cubanski, 1981. Herbicides for seedbeds of evergreens., Vol. 36
Proceedings Northeastern Weed Science Society, p. 246-247 - Abstract

61. Ahrens, J. F.  and M. Cubanski, 1985. Evaluation of postemergence grass herbicides in conifer seedbeds and Christmas trees.
Proc. 36th Ann. Meeting Northeastern Weed Sci. Soc., p. 24243-246 - Abstract

62. Ahrens, J. F., C. G. Merrill, C. G. and M. Cubanski, 1976. Herbicides for conifer seedbeds.
Conn. Agric. Exper. Sta. Bull. No. 766, p. 13pp - Abstract

63. Ahrens, J. F., D. V. Sweet, and J. R. Havis, 1962. Effects of soil fertility on simazine injury to nursery plants : preliminary results.
Proc. 16th Northeastern Weed Control Conf., p. 198-201 - Abstract

64. Aiken, M. and F. A. Coyle, 2000. Habitat distribution, life history and behavior of Tetragnatha spider species in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park., Vol. 28
J. Arachnology, p. 97-106 - Abstract

65. Akai, S. and K. Hibino, 1950. On the relative resistance of some coniferous woods to fungus decay.
Wood Res., Kyoto, No. 5, p. 30-36 - Abstract

66. Akita, Y. , 1971. Biological studies of the common conifer spider mite, Oligonychus ununguis (Acarina: Tetranychidae).
Bulletin of the Government Forest Experiment Station (Meguro), No. 236, p. 1-25 - Abstract

67. Alaback, P. B., 1986. Biomass regression equations for understory plants in coastal Alaska: effects of species and sampling design on estimates., Vol. 60
Northwest Science, p. 90-103 - Abstract

68. Alaback, P. B. , 1982. Dynamics of understory biomass in Sitka spruce-western hemlock forests of southeast Alaska., Vol. 63
Ecology, p. 1932-1948 - Abstract

69. Alaback, P. B. and F. R. Herman, 1988. Long-term response of understory vegetation to stand density in Picea-Tsuga forests., Vol. 18
Can. J. For. Res., p. 1522-1530 - Abstract

70. Alaback, P. B. and J. C. Tappeiner II , 1991. Response of western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) and early huckleberry (Vaccinium ovalifolium) seedlings to forest windthrow., Vol. 21
Can. J. For. Res., p. 534-539 - Abstract

71. Albani, M. and A. Ellison, 2005. Modeling HWA impact at the regional scale with the Ecosystem Demography model.
16th Annual Harvard Forest Symposium Abstracts, Abstract

72. Albani, M. and P. Moorcroft, 2003. Modeling the Impact of Hemlock Loss on New England Forests with the Ecosystem Demography Model.
14th Annual Harvard Forest Ecology Symposium, Feb. 12th, 2003, Abstract

73. Albani, M. and P. Moorcroft, 2004. Modeling the Impact of Hemlock Loss on New England Forests with the Ecosystem Demography Model.
15th Annual Harvard Forest Ecology Symposium, 29 March 2004, Abstract

74. Albani, M., P. R. Moorcroft, A. M. Ellison, D. A. Orwig, D. R. Foster, 2010. Predicting the impact of hemlock woolly adelgid on carbon dynamics of eastern United States forests, Vol. 2010
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, p. 119-133 - Abstract
http://article.pubs.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/RPAS/rpv?hm=HInit&calyLang=eng&journal=cjfr&volume=40&afpf=x09-167.pdf

75. Alden, H. A., 1997. Softwoods of North America.
USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. FPL-GTR-102., p. 151pp - Abstract
http://www.fpl.fs.fed.us/documnts/fplgtr/fplgtr102.pdf

76. Aldhous, J. R. and J. Atterson, 1963. Nursery investigations: storage of plants at low temperatures.
For. Comm. (London), For. Res. Rep. 1961/62, p. 20-22 - Abstract

77. Aldrich, R. C. and A. T. Drooz, 1967. Estimated Fraser Fir mortality and Balsam woolly aphid [Adelges piceae] infestation trend using aerial color photography., Vol. 13
For. Sci., p. 300-313 - Abstract

78. Alemdag, I. S. , 1983. Mass equations and merchantability factors for Ontario softwoods.
Petawawa National Forestry Institute, Canada, Information Report, No. PI-X-23, p. 24pp - Abstract

79. Alexander, H. J. , 1987. Inhibition of Pineus floccus colonization by volatile compounds of leaf tussue of red spruce., Vol. 38
Va. J. Sci., p. 27-34 - Abstract

80. Alexander, K. N. A. , 2004. New vice-county records for lacewings (Neuroptera) from Northern Ireland.
Bulletin of the Irish Biogeographical Society, No. 28, p. 143-146 - Abstract

81. Alexander, R, R., R. C. Shearer, and W. D. Shepperd, 1990. Abies lasiocarpa (Hook.) Nutt. Subalpine Fir.
Silvics of North America. Volume 1. Conifers. USDA For Serv. Agric. Handbook No. 654. Washington, DC, Burns, R. M. and B. H. Honkala (technical coordinators), p. 60-70 - Abstract
http://www.na.fs.fed.us/spfo/pubs/silvics_manual/volume_1/abies/lasiocarpa.htm

82. Alfaro, R. I. and R. N. MacDonald, 1998. Effects of defoliation by the western false hemlock looper on Douglas-fir tree-ring chronologies., Vol. 48
Tree-Ring Bulletin, p. 3-11 - Abstract

83. Alfaro, R. I., S. Taylor, G. Brown, and E. Wegwitz, 1999. Tree mortality caused by the western hemlock looper in landscapes of central British Columbia., Vol. 124
For. Ecol. Manage., p. 285-291 - Abstract

84. Alkaslassy, E. , 2005. Abundance of plethodontid salamanders in relation to coarse woody debris in a low elevation mixed forest of the Western Cascades., Vol. 79
Northwest Science, p. 156-163 - Abstract

85. Allan, J. D., M. S. Wipfli, J. P. Caouette, A. Prussian, and J. Rodgers, 2003. Influence of streamside vegetation on inputs of terrestrial invertebrates to salmonid food webs., Vol. 60
Can. J. Fishries Aquat. Sci., p. 309-320 - Abstract
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~dallan/pdfs/Allan_Wipfli_2003.pdf

86. Allen, D. C., 2000. Native Insect Pests of Hemlock., Vol. 38
The New York Forest Owner, p. 1-2 - Abstract
http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dlf/privland/forprot/health/nyfo/hemlockpests.pdf

87. Allen, D. C. , 1965. Biology of the Exsule Stage of the Pine Leaf Adelgid, Pineus pinifoliae (Fitch) (Homoptera : Adelgidae) and its Effect on the Young Shoots of White Pine (Pinus strobus Linnaeus).
M. S. thesis, Univ. of Maine, p. 96pp - Abstract

88. Allen, D. C. and J. B. Dimond, 1968. A histological study of White Pine shoots attacked by the exsule stage of Pineus pinifoliae., Vol. 61
Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer., p. 962-965 - Abstract

89. Allen, E. A. and L. M. Humble, 2002. Nonindigenous species introductions: a threat to Canada's forests and forest economy., Vol. 24
Can. J. Plant Pathol., p. 103-110 - Abstract
http://rpas.web-p.cisti.nrc.ca/RPAS/RPViewDoc?_handler_=HandleInitialGet&journal=tcjpp&volume=24&articleFile=k02-006.pdf

90. Allen, G. S. , 1958. Factors affecting the viability and germination behaviour of coniferous seed. Part I. Cone and seed maturity, Tsuga heterophylla, (rafn.) Sarg. Part II. Cone and seed maturity, Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco. Part III. Comercial processing and treat, Vol. 34
For. Chron., p. 266-298 - Abstract

91. Allen, Hunter, 2009. Geovisualization of Forest Dynamics: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Damage in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Thesis (M. S.) University of Georgia, p. 97 - Abstract
https://getd.libs.uga.edu/pdfs/allen_hunter_b_200908_ms/allen_hunter_b_200908_ms.pdf

92. Allen, M. C., J. Sheehan, Jr., T. L. Master, R. S. Mulvihill, 2009. Responses of Acadian flycatchers (Empidonax virescens) to hemlock woolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae) infestation in Appalachian riparian forests, Vol. 126
The Auk, p. 543-553 - Abstract

93. Allen, M., J. Sheehan, T. Master, 2007. Comparing Acadian flycatcher (Empidonax virecsens) breeding biology in healthy versus adelgid infested hemlock stands, Vol. 80
Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Abstracts of Papers, 83rd Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science March 30-April 1, 2007, Radisson Hotel, Monroeville, PA, p. 100 - Abstract

94. Allen, T. R. and J. A. Kupfer, 2000. Application of spherical statistics to change vector analysis of landsat data: Southern Appalachian spruce-fir forests., Vol. 74
Remote Sensing Environ., p. 482-493 - Abstract

95. Allen, T. R. and J. A. Kupfer, 2001. Spectral response and spatial pattern of Fraser fir mortality and regeneration, Great Smoky Mountains, USA., Vol. 156
Plant Ecol., p. 59-74 - Abstract

96. Alles, D. , 1994. Investigations on the life cycle of the conifer woolly aphid Adelges (= Dreyfusia) nordmannianae Eckst. (Hom., Adelgidae) in Central Europe., Vol. 117
J. Appl. Entomol., p. 234-242 - Abstract

97. Allison, F. E. and C. J. Klein, 1961. Comparative rates of decomposition in soil of wood and bark particles of several softwood species., Vol. 25
Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer., p. 193-196 - Abstract

98. Allison, T. D., R. E. Moeller, and M. B. Davis , 1986. Pollen in laminated sediments provides evidence for a mid-Holocene forest pathogen outbreak., Vol. 67
Ecology, p. 1101-1105 - Abstract

99. Ally, D. and K. Ritland, 2007. A case study: Looking at the effects of fragmentation on genetic structure in different life history stages of old-growth mountain hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana)., Vol. 98
J. Heredity, p. 73-78 - Abstract

100. Ally, D., Y. A. El-Kassaby, and K. Ritland, 2000. Genetic diversity, differentiation and mating system in mountain hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana) across British Columbia., Vol. 7
Forest Genetics, p. 97-108 - Abstract

101. Alm, S. R. anbd P. Siligato, 1991. Tree pest control, category 3A ; ornamental pest control, category 3B ; forestry pest control, category 2.
University of Rhode Island, Cooperative Extension, College of Resource Development, p. 9pp - Abstract

102. Almquist, J. H. and D. Sanger, 1995. Holocene climate and vegetation in the Milford drainage basin, Maine, U.S.A., and their implications for human history., Vol. 4
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, p. 211-222 - Abstract

103. Aloo, T. C. and M. Karanja, 1986. The biological control of pine woolly aphid in Kenya using Tetraphleps raoi (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae).
Edgerton, Univ. College Res. Paper Ser. Njoro, Kenya, No. 10, p. 16pp - Abstract

104. Alosi, M. C. , 1980. Morphological and cytological studies on Arceuthobium (Viscaceae) in relationship to host phloem with studies on the healthy phloem in Pinus sabiniana (Pinaceae).
M. S. thesis, Portland State Univ., p. 240 - Abstract

105. Alsop, F. J. III and T. F. Laughlin, 1991. Changes in the spruce-fir avifauna of Mt. Guyot,Tennessee, 1967-1985., Vol. 66
J. Tennnessee Acad. Sci., p. 207-209 - Abstract

106. Alverson, W. S. and E. M. Waller , 1997. Deer populations and the widespread failure of hemlock regeneration in northern forests.
The Science of Overabundance : Deer Ecology and Population Management. Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington, DC , McShea, W. J., H. B. Undewood, and J. H. Rappole (eds.), p. 402pp - Abstract

107. Alverson, W. S., D. M. Waller, and S. L. Solheim, 1988. Forests too deer: edge effects in northern Wisconsin., Vol. 2
Conserv. Biol., p. 348-358 - Abstract
http://www.botany.wisc.edu/waller/deer/Foreststoodeer.pdf

108. Alverson, W. S., E. Judziewicz, S. Solheim, and D. M. Waller, 1993. Factors influencing regeneration success of eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) and northern white cedar (Thuja occidentalis). II. Regional variations in deer densities., Vol. 74(Suppl. 2)
Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer., p. 147 - Abstract

109. Amalava, B., V. C. Lamarche, Jr., and M. K. Hughes , 1994. Tree-ring chronologies from Nepal., Vol. 52
Tree-Ring Bull., p. 59-66 - Abstract

110. Amaral, J. A. and R. Knowles , 1998. Inhibition of methane consumption in forest soils by monoterpenes., Vol. 24
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131. Amman, G. D. and C. R. Berry, 1963. Insects not a cause of post-emergence chornic tipburn on White Pine in Eastern Tennessee.
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1330. Crooke, M., 1952. Adelges attacking Japanese and hybrid Larches.
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1331. Crooke, M., 1960. Adelges cooleyi, an insect pest of Douglas fir and Sitka spruce.
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1332. Cropper, J. P. and H. C. Fritts, 1981. Tree-ring width chronologies from the North American arctic., Vol. 13
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1384. Daley, M.J., 2007. Changes in ecohydrological function due to the loss and replacement of eastern hemlock in a New England forest
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1385. Daley, M.J., N.G. Phillips, C. Pettijohn, J.L. Hadley, 2007. Water use by eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) and black birch (Betula lenta): implications of effects of the hemlock woolly adelgid, Vol. 37
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1390. D'Amato, A.W., D.A. Orwig, and D.R. Foster, 2006. New estimates of Massachusetts old-growth forests: useful data for regional conservation and forest reserve planning, Vol. 13
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16th Annual Harvard Forest Symposium Abstracts, Abstract

1393. Danard, A. S., 1968. Newly hatched western hemlock looper larvae successfully reared on forced foliage of American larch., Vol. 24
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1394. Dance, W. and D. F. Lynn, 1964. Annual Report of the Forest Insect and Disease Survey.
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1395. Danell, E. , 2002. Current research on chanterelle cultivation in Sweden.
Edible Mycorrhizal Mushrooms and their Cultivation. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Edible Mycorrhizal Mushrooms, Christchurch, New Zealand, 3-6 July, 2001, Hall, I., Y. Wang, and E. Danell (eds.), p. 1-4 - Abstract

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1398. Darling, L. M. and S. A. Y. Omule, 1989. Extensive studies of fertilizing and thinning coastal Douglas-fir and western hemlock: an establishment report.
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1399. Darlington, H. C., 1943. Vegetation and substrate of Cranberry Glades, West Virginia., Vol. 104
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1400. D'Arrigo, R. D., W. S. F. Schuster, D. M. Lawrence, E. R. Cook, M. Wiljanen, and R. D. Thitford, 2001. Climate-growth relationships of eastern hemlock and chestnut oak from Black Rock Forest in the Highlands of southeastern New York., Vol. 57
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1401. Darrow, W. K., 1984. International provenance trials of Pinus kesiya in South Africa: results at first thinning.
South African Forestry Journal, No. 129, p. 21-30 - Abstract

1402. Darrow, W. K. nand H. Coetzee, 1983. Potentially valuable Mexican pines for the summer rainfall region of Southern Africa.
South African Forestry Journal, No. 124, p. 23-35 - Abstract

1403. Das, P. K., S. Nath, N. Mukhopadhyay, and S. K. Banerjee, 1993. Decomposition of litters and their effects on physicochemical and microbial properties of soil., Vol. 59
Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy. Part B, Biological Sciences, p. 517-524 - Abstract

1404. Dasch, J. M. , 1988. Hydrological and chemical inputs to fir trees from rain and clouds during a 1-month study at Clingmans Peak, NC., Vol. 22
Atmospheric Environment, p. 2255-2262 - Abstract

1405. Daubenmire, R. F., 1930. The relation of certain ecological factors to the inhibitation of forest floor herbs under hemlock., Vol. 1
Butler Univ. Bot. Studies, p. 61-76 - Abstract

1406. Daubenmire, R. F., 1931. Factors favoring the presistence of a relic association of eastern hemlock in Indiana., Vol. 2
Butler Univ. Bot. Studies, p. 29-32 - Abstract

1407. Daubenmire, R. F., 1930. The Relation of Certain Ecological Factors to the Inhibition of Forest Foor Herbs Under Hemlock.
B. S. thesis, Magna Cum Laude--Butler University, p. 18pp - Abstract

1408. Daviault, L., 1949. Pine bark aphid (Pineus strobi Htg.)., Vol. 5
Dep. Agric. Can. Bi-monthly Prog. Rep. For. Insect Invest., p. 2 - Abstract

1409. David, J. H., 1962. Investigations with the Systemic Insecticides Phorate, O, O-diethyl S-(ethylthio) methyl phosphorodithioate, and Di-Syston, O, O-diethyl S-2-(ethylthio) Ethyl Phosphorodithioate, for the Control of Fenusa pusilla and spruce gall aphid, Chermes abietis.
Ph. D. dissertation, Univ. of Massachusetts, p. 149pp - Abstract

1410. Davidenko, L. K. and M. V. Davidenko, 1974. The status of pines and their resistance to Chermes pinicorticis in the buzuluk forest.
Sb. Rabot po les. kh-vu. Borovaya les opyt. st., No. 3, p. 64-94 - Abstract

1411. Davidoff, M. L., 1960. Tsuga canadensis in Middle Michigan; the Relationship of its Ecology to its Status as a Natural Resource.
M. S. thesis, Univ. of Michigan, p. 77pp - Abstract

1412. Davidson, D. W. , 1963. Living stumps of Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr. (Hemlock) in Northern New Jersey ., Vol. 90
Bull. Torrey Bot. Club, p. 204-207 - Abstract

1413. Davidson, D. W. and R. M. Davis, 1964. Further observations on living stumps of Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr. (Hemlock) in northern New Jersey. , Vol. 91
Bull. Torrey Bot. Club, p. 233-234 - Abstract

1414. Davidson, E. A., A. D. Richardson, K. E. Savage, and D. Y. Hollinger, 2006. A distinct seasonal pattern of the ratio of soil respiration to total ecosystem respiration in a spruce-dominated forest., Vol. 12
Global Change Biology, p. 230-239 - Abstract

1415. Davidson, J., 1929. On the occurrence of parthenogenetic and sexual forms of Aphis rumicis L., with special reference to the influence of environmental factors., Vol. 25
Ann. Appl. Biol. , p. 104-134 - Abstract

1416. Davidson, J., 1935. Insects observed on Crops in South Australia during Period June 1932 to June 1934., Vol. 38
J. Dep. Agric. S. Aust., p. 998-1003 - Abstract

1417. Davidson, J., 1927. The biological and ecological Aspect of Migration in Aphids., Vol. 22
Sci. Prog., p. 57-69 - Abstract

1418. Davidson, J. A. and C. W. McComb, 1958. Notes on the biology and control of Fiorinia externa Ferris., Vol. 51
J. Econ. Entomol. , p. 405-406 - Abstract

1419. Davidson, R. W. , 1966. New species of Ceratocystis from conifers., Vol. 28
Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata, den Haag, p. 273-286 - Abstract

1420. Davies, J. M., 1968. Adelgids attacking spruce and other conifers.
For. Comm., Lond. Leafl. No. 7, p. 11pp - Abstract

1421. Davis, D., M.S. Fromm, M.D. Davis, 2007. Impact of the hemlock woolly adelgid on radial growth of eastern hemlock in Pennsylvania
e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-101. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station, p. 157-162 - Abstract

1422. Davis, E. J. and L. E. Pritchard, 1988. R64drd11 plasmid origin of transfer (oriT) and, balsam woolly adelgid [Dreyfusia piceae] mitochondrial DNA (BWA-mtDNA): isolation and characterization., Vol. 30
Genome (Suppl. No.1), Genetics and the Unity of Biology, International Congress of Genetics, 20-27 August 1988, Toronto, Canada., p. 140 - Abstract

1423. Davis, G. A., N. P. Havill, Z. N. Adelman, A. Caccone, L. T. Kok, S. M. Salom, 2011. DNA barcodes and molecular diagnostics to distinguish an introduced and native Laricobius (Coleoptera: Derodontidae) species in eastern North America, Vol. 58
Biological Control, p. 53-59 - Abstract

1424. Davis, G. A., S. M. Salom, C. C. Brewster, B. P. Onken, L.T. Kok, 2012. Spatiotemporal distribution of the hemlock woolly adelgid predator Laricobius nigrinus after release in eastern hemlock forests, Vol. 14
Agricultural and Forest Entomology, p. 408-418 - Abstract

1425. Davis, G. A., S. M. Salom, L. T. Kok, D. L. Mausel, 2008. Preliminary assessment for presence of a native and introduced Laricobius species
Fourth Symposium on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern United States, Hartford, Connecticut, February 12-14, 2008. USDA Forest Service, FHTET-2008-01, Morgantown, West Virginia. Onken, B. and R. Reardon (compilers), p. 223 - Abstract

1426. Davis, G. and A. C. Hart, 1961. Effect of seedbed preparation on natural reproduction of Spruce and Hemlock under dense shade.
USDA For. Serv. Res. Pap. NE-160, p. 12pp - Abstract

1427. Davis, M. B., 1980. Mid-Holocene hemlock decline; evidence for a pathogen or insect outbreak.
Geobotany II, Geobotany Conference, Bowling Green, OH, United States, Mar. 1, 1980, Plenum Press, New York, NY, Romans, R. C. (ed.), Abstract

1428. Davis, M. B., 1980. Was the mid-Holocene hemlock decline in North America caused by a pathogen?, Vol. 5
Fifth Inter. Palynological Conf., Cambridge, United Kingdom, 1980, p. 104 - Abstract

1429. Davis, M. B. , 1967. Pollen accumulation rates at Rogers Lake, Connecticut, during late- and postglacial time. , Vol. 2
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology , p. 219-230 - Abstract

1430. Davis, M. B. , 1983. Quaternary history of deciduous forests of Eastern North America and Europe., Vol. 70
Ann. Missouri Bot. Garden, p. 550-563 - Abstract

1431. Davis, M. B., 1965. Phytogeography and palynology of northeastern United States.
The Quaternary of the United States, Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J., Wright, H. E., Jr. and D. G. Frey (eds.), p. 377-401 - Abstract

1432. Davis, M. B. , 1993. Holocene vegetational history ofthe eastern United States.
Late Quaternary Environments of the United States. Vol.2. The Holocene, Univ. of Minnesota Press, Minneaoplis, MN, p. 166-181 - Abstract

1433. Davis, M. B. , 2001. Climate change and steady state in temperate hardwood forests.
Ecology: Achievement and Challenge: the 41st Symp. of the British Ecological Society sponsored by the Ecological Society of America, Orlando, Florida, USA, 10-13 April 2000, Press, M. C., H. J. Huntly, and S. Levin (eds.), p. 211-225 - Abstract

1434. Davis, M. B. , 1990. Climatic change and the survival of forest species.
The Earth in Transition: Patterns and Processes of Biotic Impoverishment. Based on contributions to a conference held at Woods Hole Research Centre, Massachusetts, October 1986., Woodwell, G. M. (ed.), p. 99-110 - Abstract

1435. Davis, M. B., 1984. Invasions of forest communities during the Holocene: beech and hemlock in the Great Lakes Region.
Colonization, Succession and Stability. 26th Symp. Brit. Ecol. Soc., Gray, A. J., M. J. Crawley, and P. J. Edwards (eds.), p. 373-393 - Abstract

1436. Davis, M. B., 1989. Lags in vegetation response to greenhouse warming., Vol. 15
Climatic Change, p. 75-82 - Abstract

1437. Davis, M. B. , 1980. Quaternary history and the stability of forest.
Forest Succession: Concepts and Applications, Springer-Verlag, NY , West, D. C., H. H. Shugart, and D. B. Botkin (eds.), p. 132-153 - Abstract

1438. Davis, M. B., 1981. Outbreaks of forest pathogens in Quaternary history. , Vol. 3
Proceedings of the IV International Palynological Conference, Lucknow, 1976-77, p. 216-227 - Abstract

1439. Davis, M. B. , 1959. Climatic changes in southern Connecticut Recorded by pollen deposition at Rogers Lake., Vol. 50
Ecology, p. 409-422 - Abstract

1440. Davis, M. B. (ed.), 1986. Vegetation - climate equilibrium., Vol. 67
Vegetatio, p. 65-141 - Abstract

1441. Davis, M. B. and T. Webb III, 1975. The contemporary distribution of pollen in eastern North America: A comparison with the vegetation. , Vol. 5
Quaternary Research , p. 395-434 - Abstract

1442. Davis, M. B., J. H. Mack, and R. R. Calcote, 1986. Diffusion of hemlock (Tsuga canadensis ) into Michigan and Wisconsin during the Holocene.
IV International Congress of Ecology; 71st Annual ESA Meeting, Syracuse, NY (USA), 10-16 Aug 1986, Abstract

1443. Davis, M. B., K. D. Woods, S. L. Webb, and R. P. Futyma, 1986. Dispersal versus climate: expansion of Fagus and Tsuga into the Upper Great Lakes region., Vol. 67
Vegetatio, p. 93-103 - Abstract

1444. Davis, M. B., M. W. Schwartz, and K. Woods, 1991. Detecting a species limit from pollen in sediments., Vol. 18
J. Biogeography, p. 653-668 - Abstract

1445. Davis, M. B., R. R. Calcote, S. Sugita, and H. Takahara, 1998. Patchy invasion and the origin of a hemlock-hardwoods forest mosaic., Vol. 79
Ecology, p. 2641-2659 - Abstract

1446. Davis, M. B., R. W. Spear, and L. C. K. Shane, 1980. Holocene climate in New England USA., Vol. 14
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1447. Davis, M. B., S. Sugita, R R. Calcote, J. B. Ferrari, and L. E. Frelich, 1994. Historical development of alternate communities in a hemlock-hardwood forest in northern Michigan, USA.
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2029. Foster, C. H. W. , 1978. The Yankee Forest and its implications for arboriculture.
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2031. Foster, C. H. W. and R. S. Bond, 1998. Stepping Back to Look Forward: A History of the Massachusetts Forest .
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2032. Foster, D. R. , 1997. The history and role of eastern hemlock in New England, Introduction.
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2033. Foster, D. R. , 1999. Thoreau's Country: Journey Through a Transformed Landscape.
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2034. Foster, D. R., 1988. Disturbance history, community organization and vegetation dynamics of the old-growth Pisgah Forest, south-western New Hampshire, U.S.A., Vol. 76
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2036. Foster, D. R., 1988. Species and stand response to catastrophic wind in central New England, U.S.A., Vol. 76
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2038. Foster, D. R., 1992. Land-use history (1730-1990) and vegetation dynamics in central New England, USA., Vol. 80
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2039. Foster, D. R. and E. R. Boose, 1992. Patterns of forest damage resulting from catastrophic wind in central New England, USA., Vol. 80
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2042. Foster, D. R. and T. M. Zebryk, 1993. Long-term vegetation dynamics and disturbance history of a Tsuga dominated forest in New England., Vol. 74
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2043. Foster, D. R., D. A. Orwig, and J. S. McLachlan, 1996. Ecological and conservation insights from reconstructive studies of temperate old-growth forests., Vol. 11
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2044. Foster, D. R., G. Motzkin, and B. Slater, 1998. Land-use history as long-term broad-scale disturbance: regional forest dynamics in central New England., Vol. 1
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2045. Foster, D. R., J. D. Aber, J. M. Melillo, R. D. Bowden, and F. A. Bazzaz , 1997. Forest response to disturbance and anthropogenic stress., Vol. 47
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2051. Foster, R. E., G. P. Thomas, and J. E. Browne, 1953. A tree decadence classification for mature coniferous stands., Vol. 29
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2058. Fowler, M. E., 1941. Prevent tanbark from spoiling.
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2059. Fowler, M. E., 1943. Studies on deterioration of tanbark. With discussion., Vol. 38
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2060. Fowler, R. F., L. F. Wilson, and D. M. Paananen, 1983. Insect suppression in eastern region national forests: 1930-1980.
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