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Guidance document for Rapid Ohia Death: background for the 2017-2019 ROD Strategic Response PlanAuthor(s): L. Loope; F. Hughes; L. Keith; T. Harrington; R. Hauff; J.B. Friday; C. Ewing; G. Bennett; P. Cannon; C. Atkinson; C. Martin; M. Melzer
Source: University of Hawaii: College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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DescriptionThis document provides a summary of the current state of knowledge regarding Ceratocystis-induced Rapid Ohia Death and an initial presentation and analysis of the options to manage the disease. It also provides essential background information for use in development and refinement of a response plan.
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CitationLoope, L.; Hughes, F.; Keith, L.; Harrington, T.; Hauff, R.; Friday, J.B.; Ewing, C.; Bennett, G.; Cannon, P.; Atkinson, C.; Martin, C.; Melzer, M. 2016. Guidance document for Rapid Ohia Death: background for the 2017-2019 ROD Strategic Response Plan. University of Hawaii: College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources. 62 p.
KeywordsHawaii, Invasive pathogens, Ceratocystis, Ohia, Metrosideros polymorpha
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