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Rating the susceptibility of stands to southern pine beetle attack

Rating the susceptibility of stands to southern pine beetle attack

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Cooperative State Research Service in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Southern pine beetle

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesIntegrated pest management handbook, Agriculture handbook -- no. 637 [i.e. 645], Agriculture handbook (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 645
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service, United States. Cooperative State Research Service
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14839028M

    An established model for risk rating of Pinus contorta stands for potential mortality caused by mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) combines information on stand susceptibility and The Eurasian spruce bark beetle: the role of climate. The Eurasian spruce bark beetle is one of the major forest pests in Europe, capable of mass attacking and killing Norway spruce over extensive areas during outbreaks. Here, we review various aspects of its biology in relation to climatic

      The southern pine beetle (SPB), Dendroctonus frontalis Zimm. (Coleoptera:Scolytidae) is an insect species indigenous to the Southern United States. Because of its social, economic, and ecological impact on pine forests, the SPB was the focus of intensive research during the s and ://   western pine beetle attack. Further investigations (Person, , ) led to development of a classification system for rating ponderosa pine susceptibility to western pine beetle (Keen, ). Since that time, a considerable amount of effort has been devoted to the identification of tree and stand

      Susceptibility of lodgepole pine stands to the moun-tain pine beetle: testing of a rating system. Canadian Journal of Forest Research Whitehead, R.J.; Martin, P.; Powelson, A. Reducing stand and landscape susceptibility to mountain pine beetle. British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Victoria, BC. 12 p. Contacts: Mike Wulder    Ponderosa pine forests. One of the first published accounts of thinning to reduce mountain pine beetle damage in ponderosa pine was based on the supposition that trees would be less likely to succumb to attack if their vigor was increased by removing competition (Eaton, ).Later, Sartwell and Stevens () examined 44 groups of mountain pine beetle infestation in the Black Hills


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Rating the susceptibility of stands to southern pine beetle attack Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rating the Susceptibility of Stands to Southern Pine Beetle Attack. G.N. Mason - Research Coordinator, IPM RD&A Program for Bark Beetles of Southern Pines, P.L. Lorio, Jr. - Project Leader and Supervisory Soil Scientist, Forest Insect Research, USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station, Pinesville, LA, R.P.

Belanger - Principal Silviculturist, USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Rating the susceptibility of stands to southern pine beetle attack. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Cooperative State Research Service, [] (OCoLC) reduce the risk of attack and mini- mize the probability of spot spread throughout the life of the stand (fig.

Stand hazard rating is the key to using these practices. Rating a stand's susceptibility to SPB attack provides information that can be used to identify current or future hazard conditions and to select stands for early treatment Rating stand susceptibility to southern pine beetle attack on national forests in the Gulf Coastal Plain.

New Orleans, La.: Southern Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Rating the susceptibility of stands to southern pine beetle attack. By United States.

Cooperative State Research Service. and United States. Forest Service. Abstract "April "--P. [2]Bibliography: p. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Southern pine beetle.

Rating stand susceptibility to southern pine beetle attack on national forests in the Gulf Coastal Plain. New Orleans, La.: Southern Forest Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors   Forest Ecology and Management, 2 () Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam-- Printed in The Netherlands RATING FOREST STAND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE IN EAST TEXAS1 RAY R.

HICKS, Jr.,*, JAMES E. HOWARD**, KENNETH G. WATTERSTON** and JACK E. COSTER*** * Division of Forestry, West Virginia University, Abstract. In the preceding chapter we discussed methods for monitoring ongoing forest insect infestations and for making short-term forecasts. These procedures address the manager’s concern with current conditions—where damage is occurring at present, how much damage is being done, and whether this damage will increase or decrease in the near ://   HAZARD-RATING LODGEPOLE PINE FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY TO MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE INFESTATION Mark D.

McGregor, Gene D. Amman, and Walter E. Cole1 AbstractInMontana stands of lodgepole pine, Pinus contorta var. latifolia Engelmann, were rated using Am­ man's system for risk of infestat~n by mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponde­ rosae etal_Hazard Rating LPP for Susceptibility to.

become susceptible to infestation by the mountain pine beetle (MPB), Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins. Susceptibility of LP stands to MPB attack has been defined by Shore and Safranyik () as “the inherent characteristics or qualities of a stand of trees that affect its likelihood of attack or damage by a MPB popula-tion.”   A relatively new phenomenon known as loblolly pine decline (LPD) is stimulating a lot of interest into hazard rating stands for susceptibility to southern pine beetles.

LPD results from the debilitation of the tree's root system by Leptographium spp. High Leptographium incidence has been statistically related to decreased resin flow, poor root :Gfcfactsheets/Dendroctonus_frontalis. which lodgepole pine stands are most susceptible to mountain pine beetle outbreak, and (2) how many trees will be killed, or how much volume loss will occur, if a stand becomes infested.

Susceptibility of stands to MPB depredation is determined by hazard and risk rating stands. Generally, "hazard" is defined as the likelihood of The operational Integrated Pest Management program for the southern pine beetle (SPB), Dendroctonus frontalis, currently consists of five components: prevention, prediction, detection, evaluation, and direct control.

Full implementation of the program is hampered by economic, regulatory, and management constraints, and devastating SPB outbreaks still occur :// Grant application kit by United States (Book) Animal health research programs of the Cooperative State Research Rating the susceptibility of stands to southern pine beetle attack southern pine beetle Because mountain pine beetle attack mature pine stands, an understanding of forest age class dynamics is important to managing forests within the distribution of the :// Abstract: Sincethe Southern Pine Beetle Prevention Program (SPBPP) (a joint effort of the USDA Forest Service and Southern Group of State Foresters) has encouraged and provided cost-share assistance for silvicultural treatments to reduce stand/forest susceptibility to the southern pine beetle (SPB) (Dendroctonus frontalis Zimmermann) in the southeastern United ://   How to Prevent Southern Pine Beetle Infestations A Guide to Cost Sharing Thinning Operations in East Texas Ronald Billings, L.

Allen Smith and Michael Murphrey Texas A&M Forest Service Introduction The southern pine beetle (SPB) is the most destructive pest of commercial pine forests in Texas SPB infestations can be prevented ://   The susceptibility rating system is used by forest managers to predict the likelihood of attack and damage by mountain pine beetle.

Several such systems, which use a wide range of different attributes to assess the risk of mountain pine beetle attack, have been developed in the last thirty years (Amman et al.

; Mahoney ; Berryman   Susceptibility to bark beetle attack as forests regenerate after stand-replacing fire in lodgepole pine forests (mountain pine beetle, Top) and Douglas-fir forests (Douglas-fir beetle, Bottom). Shown is the distribution of susceptibility indices in simulated stands (n) over :// Rating the susceptibility of stands to southern pine beetle attack.

in tree spacing following thinning does reduce susceptibility to southern pine beetle attack when stands are thinned to a. FIA FSP Project Y Maclauchlan and Brooks.

Determining susceptibility of young pine stands to the mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae, and manipulating future stands to mitigate losses 3 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND The mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins, is the most destructive insect of mature pines in western North :// Pine Project Summary for panded Southern Pine Beetle Research and Applications Program (ESPBRAP).

One of Program's principal objectives is to identify site, stand, and host conditions that are associated with SPB infesta- tions. This information serve as the basis for developing ways to rank susceptibility of stands to SPB ://pine beetle.

e result is a threefold increase in the area of pine susceptible to mountain pine beetle during the 20 th century (Fig. 11). Plotting the annual mountain pine beetle outbreak