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    Author(s): Yilmaz Balci; William L. MacDonald; Kurt Gottschalk; Elisa Becker; Grace Sumampong; Simon F. Shamoun; Aniko Varga; Saad Masri; Delano James; Karen Bailey; Susan Boyetchko; Maia M. Beh; Kerri Frangioso; Akiko Oguchi; Guillaume J. Bilodeau; Richard C. Hamelin; Francoise Pelletier; C. Andre Levesque; Jennifer Britt; Everett Hansen; Monica Bueno; Janelle Deshais; Leonel Arguello; Gary Chastagner; Annie DeBauw; Kathy Riley; Marianne Elliott; Ellen Crocker; Matteo Garbelotto; John Stuart; Steven Steinberg; Clare R. Elliott; Virginia McDonald; Katie Coats; Niklaus J. Grunwald; Elizabeth Fichtner; Tedmund J. Swiecki; Elizabeth A. Bernhardt; Allison Wickland; David Rizzo; Ross Meentemeyer; S.E. Haas; M. Metz; Timothy L. Widmer; Gary J. Samuels; Paul W. Tooley; Marsha E. Browning; Harvey Timeus; Wendy Sutton; Paul Reeser; Alan Kanaskie; Steven J. Seybold; Tom W. Coleman; Mary Louise Flint; T. Henkel; A. Breitenstein; S. Werres; M. Riedel; S. Julich; M. Kielpinski; R. Möller; W. Fritsche; S. Wagner; Michael Thompson; Ellen Michaels Goheen; Jon Laine; Nathan Rank; Hall Cushman; Jennifer L. Parke; Jay Pscheidt; Richard Regan; Jan Hedberg; Steven W. Oak; Jaesoon Hwang; Steven N. Jeffers
    Date: 2010
    Source: In: Frankel, Susan J.; Kliejunas, John T.; Palmieri, Katharine M. 2010. Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Fourth Science Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-229. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. pp. 281-375
    Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
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    Titles found within the Posters section include:
    Status of California’s Phytophthora ramorum stream survey: p. 283
    Sampling cankers and lesions on eastern forest plant species for Phytophthora spp. and associated organisms: p. 285
    An evaluation of Phytophthora ramorum preventative treatments for nursery and forest understory plants in British Columbia, Canada: p. 288
    Phytophthora ramorum recovery from 12 Big Sur watersheds following wildfires in 2008: p. 292
    Multiplex real-time PCR for detection of Phytophthora ramorum, the causal agent of Sudden Oak Death: p. 293
    Within Tree intensive sampling leads to the recovery of multiple genotypes of Phytophthora ramorum in southern Oregon tanoaks: p. 295
    Waiting for SOD: p.sudden oak death and redwood national and state parks: p. 297
    Effect of fungicides on the isolation of Phytophthora ramorum from symptomatic and asymptomatic rhododendron leaf tissue: p. 302
    Effect of surface sterilization treatments on the detection and viability of Phytophthora ramorum on various substrates: p. 305
    Phosphonate treatment to control Phytophthora cinnamomi infection of Ione Manzanita, A. myrtifolia: p. 307
    Predicting sudden oak death in redwood national and state parks: ecological niche modeling of key transmission host species using maximum entropy: p. 308
    Phytophthora ramorum–Pathogenic fitness among the three clonal lineages: p. 313
    Susceptibility, severity, and sporulation potential of Phytophthora ramorum on Several Rhododendron species and hybrids: p. 314
    Phenotypic variation in Phytophthora ramorum: p.wild type vs non-wild type isolates: p. 317
    Ecology of Phytophthora ramorum in watercourses: implications for the spread and management of Sudden Oak Death: p. 319
    Emergence of Phytophthora cinnamomi in a Sudden Oak Death-ImpactedForest: p. 320
    The Big Sur ecological monitoring plot network: p.distribution and impacts of Sudden Oak Death in the Santa Lucia Mountains: p. 322
    Landscape epidemiology of species diversity effects on disease risk: p. 324
    Effects of Sudden Oak Death on habitat suitability for the California spotted owl (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) in the Big Sur ecoregion: p. 325
    Influence of nitrogen fertility on the susceptibility of rhododendrons to Phytophthora ramorum: p. 326
    Stream baiting for Sudden Oak Death: fluvial transport and ecohydrology of the invasive plant pathogen Phytophthora ramorum in western Washington state: p. 328
    Evaluation of diurnal rhythms in Phytophthora: p. 332
    OakMapper 2.0: distributed participatory sensing for monitoring and management of sudden oak death: p. 334
    Quantifying large-scale impacts of sudden oak death on carbon loss in the Big Sur basin complex fire: upscaling from the plot to region: p. 338
    The California oak mortality task force and Phytophthora ramorum outreach: p. 339
    Oregon’s grower assisted inspection program: an audit-based system to manage Phytophthora diseases: p. 340
    Effect of plant sterols and tannins on Phytophthora ramorum Growth and sporulation: p. 344
    The Santa Lucia Preserve: a case study of community-based sudden oak death sampling blitzes: p. 345
    Ambrosia beetles and their associated fungi appear to accelerate mortality in Phytophthora ramorum-infected coast live oaks: p. 347
    Mapping the distribution of sudden oak death at the urban-wildland interface: p.Tilden Park in Berkeley, California: p. 349

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    Balci, Yilmaz; MacDonald, William L.; Gottschalk, Kurt; Becker, Elisa; Sumampong, Grace; Shamoun, Simon F.; Varga, Aniko; Masri, Saad; James, Delano; Bailey, Karen; Boyetchko, Susan; Beh, Maia M.; Frangioso, Kerri; Oguchi, Akiko; Bilodeau, Guillaume J.; C. Hamelin, Richard; Pelletier, Françoise Lévesque, C. André; Britt, Jennifer; Hansen, Everett; Bueno, Monica; Deshais, Janelle; Arguello, Leonel; Chastagner, Gary; DeBauw, Annie; Riley, Kathy; Elliott, Marianne; Crocker, Ellen; Garbelotto, Matteo; Stuart, John; Steinberg, Steven; Elliott, Clare R.; McDonald, Virginia; Coats, Katie; Grünwald,Niklaus J.; Fichtner, Elizabeth; Swiecki, Tedmund J.; Bernhardt,Elizabeth A.; Wickland, Allison; Rizzo, David; Meentemeyer, Ross; Haas, S.E.; Metz, M.; Widmer, Timothy L. ; Samuels, Gary J.; Tooley, Paul W.; Browning, Marsha E.; Timeus, Harvey; Sutton, Wendy; Reeser, Paul; Kanaskie, Alan; Seybold, Steven J.; Coleman, Tom W.; Flint, Mary Louise; Henkel, T.; Breitenstein, A.; Werres, S.; Riedel, M.; Julich, S.; Kielpinski, M.; Möller, R.; Fritsche, W.; Wagner, S.; Thompson, Michael; Goheen, Ellen Michaels; Laine, Jon; Rank, Nathan; Cushman, Hall; Grünwald, Niklaus; Parke, Jennifer L.; Pscheidt, Jay; Regan, Richard; Hedberg, Jan; Oak, Steven W.; Hwang, Jaesoon; Jeffers, Steven N.; Tkacz, Borys M. 2010. Posters. In: Frankel, Susan J.; Kliejunas, John T.; Palmieri, Katharine M. 2010. Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Fourth Science Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-229. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. pp. 281-375

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    (titles continued) Mapping the impacts of sudden oak death tree mortality on severity of the Big Sur Basin Complex Fire: p. 351 Phytophthora ramorum in USA streams from the National Early Detection Survey of forests: p. 353 The Phytophthora Online Course: training for nursery growers: p. 355 Establishment of Phytophthora ramorum depends on woodland diversity and species composition: p. 356 Using rain bucket spore traps to monitor spore release during SOD: eradication treatments in Oregon tanoak forests: p. 358 Chip-based on-site diagnosis of Phytophthora ramorum: p. 362 Burn it, chip it, or tarp it, but just don’t move it: managing oak firewood infested with the goldspotted oak borer, Agrilus coxalis auroguttatus: p. 365 Stream monitoring for detection of Phytophthora ramorum in Oregon tanoak forests: p. 370 Factors affecting onset of sporulation of Phytophthora ramorum on rhododendron ‘Cunningham’s White’: p. 373 Screening Trichoderma asperellum as a mycoparasite on Phytophthora ramorum: p. 375

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