Beech Bark Disease: Proceedings of the Beech Bark Disease SymposiumAuthor(s): Celia A. Evans; Jennifer A. Lucas; Mark J. Twery
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-331. Newtown Square PA, US. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 149 p.
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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DescriptionContains invited papers, short contributions, abstracts, and working group summaries from the Beech Bark Disease Symposium in Saranac Lake, NY, June 16-18, 2004.
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CitationEvans, Celia A.; Lucas, Jennifer A. ; Twery, Mark J. 2005. Beech Bark Disease: Proceedings of the Beech Bark Disease Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-331. Newtown Square PA, US. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 149 p.
KeywordsBeech Bark Disease, forest structure, wildlife, silviculture and management, genetics, Northeastern forests, research agenda, Cryptococcus fagisuga, Nectria coccinea var. faginata, Fagus grandifolia
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