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Proceedings, 18th U.S. Department of Agriculture interagency research forum on gypsy moth and other invasive species 2007

Year:

2008

Publication type:

General Technical Report - Proceedings

Primary Station(s):

Northern Research Station

Source:

Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-28. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 99 p.

Description

Contains 60 abstracts and papers of oral and poster presentations on gypsy moth and other invasive species biology, molecular biology, ecology, impacts, and management presented at the annual U.S. Department of Agriculture interagency research forum on gypsy moth and other invasive species.

Cascading consequences of introduced and invasive species on imperiled invertebrates
Gypsy moth males reaction to different pheromone concentrations in sparse and dense populations
Emerald ash borer has reached Europe
Screens for resistance to Amylostereum areolatum infection in loblolly pine
Curbing introductions of forest insects and diseases on nursery stock
Considerations in robotic invasive control: tree-of-heaven
An indepth look at new viral strains for use in Gypchek
Living with emerald ash borer: which trees were attacked first in Michigan's Upper Peninsula?
Living with emerald ash borer: ash reduction models as silvicultural tools
Evaluating lures to detect siricids infesting conifers of the Sierra Nevada and the Allegheny mountains: potential for trapping Sirex noctilio
Biological impact of and control measures for cogongrass in the southeastern United States
Sudden oak death and Phytophthora ramorum: an update on research with implications for regulations and management
Evaluation of public awareness of issues relating to firewood movement and the exotic emerald ash borer in Michigan
Biology and host specificity of Gonioctena tredecimmaculata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae): a potential biological control agent for kudzu
Insects contributing to ash mortality in eastern Pennsylvania
The dynamics of eastern hardwood forests with and without beech bark disease
Whey-based fungal micro-factories for in situ production of entomopathogenic fungi
How risky is bark that is associated with treated wood packing material?
Dispersal of gypsy moth pathogens into areas newly colonized by gypsy moth
Evaluating the practical utility of hyperspectral remote sensing imagery: an EAB case study
Invasive plants in the Gordon Natural Area: influence of past land use on cover of selected invasives
Impact of kudzu on soil nitrogen and soil microbial communities
Molecular identification of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with the American chestnut
Two approaches for quantifying transmission of microsporidia in semi-field conditions
Biological control of mile-a-minute weed
Spatiotemporal dynamics of invasive bark beetles: modeling dispersal strategies
How long does it take teneral adult Asian longhorned beetles to scleritize and then chew out of the wood?
Douglas-fir as a new host plant for Siberian moth-a potential invader
Development of novel ash hybrids to introgress emerald ash borer resistance into North American ash species
Dispersal and impact of the mile-a-minute weevil: a two-year study in southeastern Pennsylvania
The exotic banded elm bark beetle and the smaller European beetle: abundance host attraction
Distribution patterns of imidacloprid in saplings and large trees
Aerial application of spinosad for EAB control in woodlots
Exploring ways to serve your science: providing forest threat information to a variety of audiences
Supplemental food preference for the weaver ant, a potential biological control agent of the mahogany shoot borer
Comparison of Laricobius nigrinus sampling methods and prevalence in native and introduced habitats
Community-level effects of the Amur honeysuckle in southwestern Ohio
Living with emerald ash borer: effects of insect and host density on trapping success
Behavioral responses to Asian longhorned beetle pheromones
DNA based detection of forest pathogens
Prophylactic pesticide applications species diversity: do they create outbreaks in the urban forest?
Invasive insect species in Europe: first results of the DAISIE program
Risk assessment and treatment of garlic mustard in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
The effects of alkaloids on the feeding behavior of gypsy moth larvae
Production of Gypchek in the Wave® cell bioreactor: comparison to production stirred tank bioreactor
Native natural enemies of native woodborers: potential as biological control agents for the Asian longhorned beetle
Behavioral ecology of host selection in the Asian longhorned beetle: implications for surveying, detecting, and monitoring adult beetles
Efficacy of Lambda-Cyhalothrin for control of the Asian longhorned beetle
Aulacaspis yasumatsui on Guam: the race to save cycads
Preserving native coral trees in Hawaii: efficacy of systemic insecticides against the erythrina gall wasp
Living with emerald ash borer: three years of a risk based survey in Michigan and Wisconsin
The new pheromone delivery system for gypsy moth mating disruption
Allee effects and gypsy moth invasions
Modeling environmentally driven life cycles for hemlock woolly adelgid and the biological control agent Scymnus sinuanodulus
Relationship between the fungal pathogen Entomophaga maimaiga and the gypsy moth on the Monongahela National Forest
A simple, rapid, and sensitive assay for evaluating Bacillus thuringiensis strains for their insecticidal activity toward target insects
Localization of the Bacillus thuringiensis toxin receptor in gypsy moth by immuno electron microscopy
Evaluating the impact of invasive species in forest landscapes: the southern pine beetle and the hemlock wooly adelgid
Evaluation of imidacloprid treatment on hemlock woolly adelgid in Pennsylvania
Integrated modeling of forest invasive alien species risks in Canada

Citation

Gottschalk, Kurt W., ed. 2008. Proceedings, 18th U.S. Department of Agriculture interagency research forum on gypsy moth and other invasive species 2007. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-28. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 99 p.

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