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Evaluation of the Douglas-fir beetle infestation

Mark D. McGregor

Evaluation of the Douglas-fir beetle infestation

North Fork Clearwater River drainage, northern Idaho, 1970-73

by Mark D. McGregor

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Region, State and Private Forestry in Missoula, Mont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Douglas fir beetle -- Idaho -- Clearwater River Watershed.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by M.D. McGregor ... et al.].
    SeriesReport -- no. 74-7., Report (United States. Forest Service. Northern Region) -- no. 74-7.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Northern Region. State & Private Forestry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16109610M

    Quantity 9 cubic feet, (9 boxes) Collection Number SHL (collection) Summary The Klamath Forest Protective Association is a non-profit representing all private forest landowners in the Klamath-Lake District of Oregon. fr 4 Pheromone-modulated movements of flying moths T. C. Baker In the earlier days of sex pheromone research, when it was thought that moth species each used one File Size: 2MB.

    Drought and mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins) outbreaks have affected millions of hectares of high-elevation conifer forests in the Northern Rocky Mountains during the past century. Little research has examined the distinction between mountain pine beetle outbreaks and climatic influence on radial growth in endangered whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis Engelm.) by: 4. Bark beetle effects on fuel profiles across a range of stand structures in Douglas-fir forests of Greater Yellowstone, USA. Ecological Applications 23(1): Harvey, B.J., Holzman, B.A, Davis, J.D. Spatial variability in stand structure and density-dependent mortality in newly established post-fire stands of a California closed-cone pineFile Size: KB.

    The fRI Research Caribou Program carries out applied research, in partnership with industry and the Government of Alberta, to help maintain caribou herds in Alberta into the future. The Forest History Program chronicles the natural and management history of the foothills forest. Development and survival of the spruce beetle, Dendroctonus rufipennis, in stumps and windthrow. Safranyik, L. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest .


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Evaluation of the Douglas-fir beetle infestation by Mark D. McGregor Download PDF EPUB FB2

Six areas of mountain pine beetle (MPB) infestation, to the west and southwest of Prince George, were sequentially imaged by the SFU Remote Sensing Laboratory between April and October, Douglas-fir beetle brood densities and infestation trends on a New Mexico study / (Fort Collins, Colo.: Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, ), by John F. Chansler and Colo.) Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins (page images at HathiTrust). Evaluation of the Douglas-fir beetle infestation in the North Fork Clearwater River drainage, Idaho / by M.D.

McGregor, W.E. Bousfield. Missoula, Mont.: U.S Forest Service, Northern Region, Division of State and Private Forestry, SDM9 A3 no.I The Southern Pine Beetle Literature Cited. S.A. Alexander Evaluation of beetle-killed southern pine as raw material for pulp and paper.

TAPPI Southern pine beetle infestation growth and decline — Rept. U.S. Dep. Agric. For. Serv., Southeat. The extensive outbreak of the Douglas-fir tussock moth followed by Douglas-fir beetle activity may be associated with a legacy of increased host type growing in overstocked conditions as a result.

Bark Beetle Rotation as Related to Fuels and Fire Behavior. Of all bark beetle-host systems, the effects of bark beetle-caused tree mortality on fuels and fire behavior have been studied most extensively in MPB-attacked lodgepole pine forests of the Intermountain West (Jenkins et al., Hicke et al.

).Cited by: Fig. 2a–c shows the influence of bark beetle mortality on various fuels characteristics during the period between bark beetle refer to this period of time as the bark beetle rotation for Engelmann spruce, Douglas-fir and lodgepole pine.

Each of the seven graphs were derived from fuels data collected in stands with endemic, epidemic and post-epidemic populations of bark beetles Cited by: Effect of defoliation by the Douglas-fir tussock moth on moisture stress in grand fir and subsequent attack by the fir engraver beetle (Coleoptera: scolytidai) / (Portland, Or.: Dept.

of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, ), by L. Wright, A. Berryman, United States Forest Service, and.

Influence of recent bark beetle outbreak on fire severity and postfire tree regeneration in montane Douglas-fir forests Book or Chapter or Journal Article Brian J. Harvey, Daniel C.

Donato, William H. Romme, Monica G. Turner. Douglas-fir beetle, Dendroctonus pseudotsugae Larva in gallery. Adult Douglas-fir beetle.

Egg and larval galleries are about 30 cm in length and packed with frass. Attacked trees. Note: red color usually appears by the spring of the year following an attack. Boring dust can be found in crevices at the base of the tree. NegrónProbability of infestation and extent of mortality associated with the Douglas-fir beetle in the Colorado Front Range For.

Ecol. Manage., (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Other uses of semiochemicals. Authors; Authors and affiliations D.A. and Sparks, A.N. (b) Kairomones and their use for management of entomophagous insects. Evaluation for increasing rates of parasitization MD., Furniss, M.M., Oakes, R.D.

et al. () MCH pheromone for preventing Douglas-fir beetle infestation in windthrown trees Cited by: 2.

Powder post beetle damaged wood will show multiple tiny holes, about 1/8" in diameter, leaving the outermost surface of the wood otherwise intact.

Probing you will find powdery sawdust and damaged wood just below this skin. The older the powder post beetle (or old house borer beetle) damage is, the deeper into the wood the damage will extend.

Evaluation of Douglas-fir beetle infestations in the North Fork Clearwater River Drainage, Idaho- Insect and Disease Report No. 71–46, December USDA Forest Service, Northern Region, Division of State and Private Forestry, Missoula, MT.

15 pp. Google ScholarCited by: Abstract. The Southern pine beetle, Dendroctonus frontalis Zimmerman (Coleoptera: Scolytidae), is the most destructive insect pest of pine forests in the southeastern United States and in parts of Mexico and Central America (Fig.

This is a well-worn statement but is nonetheless richly deserved and quite accurate. The beetle epitomizes the definition of its genus, killer of by:   Fire and Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks in Lodgepole Pine Forests.

Although outbreaks of mountain pine beetle do alter fuel structure (Page and Jenkins ; Klutsch et al. ; Simard et al. ), the actual effects of these changes in fuels on subsequent fire risk (i.e., the chance that a fire might start based on all causative agents such as fuel hazard, ignition source, and weather) are Cited by: A range of computer models exist for simulating forest growth, with different model functions, spatial resolutions and regional calibration specifications.

Choosing a suitable simulator is difficult due to its abundance and complexity. The aim of the project is to evaluate a simulator that could be adapted to conditions in Switzerland and used to support decision‐making processes in both Cited by: 2.

of six major insect tree killers. Two bark beetles include the Douglas-fir beetle, Dendroctonus pseudotsugae, that infests both east and west side Douglas fir and the mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae, that attacks commercial-size ponderosa pine, lodgepole, and western white pine.

Particular detection effort is directed to four. Spruce beetle outbreaks have been reported in the Rocky Mountains of western North America since the late s. In their classic paper, Spruce Beetle in the Rockies, Schmid and Frye reviewed the literature that emerged from the extensive outbreaks in Colorado in the s.

A new wave of outbreaks has affected Rocky Mountain subalpine spruce-fir forests beginning in the mids and Cited by: Susceptibility and risk rating systems for the mountain pine beetle in lodgepole pine stands.

Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Information Report BC-X Pacific For. Ctr., Victoria, BC. 46 Shultz, D.E. Forest Service Biological Evaluation. Evaluation of White Fir Mortality on Big Valley RD(FPM Pept.

NE). If prevention measures fail to subdue the beetle infestation, affected forests are often perceived as degraded ecosystems that will require restoration strategies. However, in most cases a forest can be expected to eventually recover from an outbreak in the Cited by: The paper describes a Douglas-fir classification for the interior of British Columbia which was developed for the purpose of identifying trees susceptible to the attacks of the Douglas-fir beetle, Dendroctonus pseudotsugae Hopk.

The significance of the depredations of the beetle to the objectives of sustained-yield forestry is discussed and the need for control and continuous protection.Douglas-fir beetle—Visitors to Yellowstone National Park will notice old Douglas-fir trees killed by Douglas-fir beetle along the road from Cody, Wyoming to the east entrance of the park.

Douglas-fir beetle outbreaks followed forest fires and drought and peaked in when overacres were affected across the West.