Invasive Species and Pests

Invasive Species and Pests

Moore, D. J. P., N.A. Trahan, P. Wilkes, T. Quaife, B. B. Stephens, K. Elder, A. R. Desai, J. Negron, R. K. Monson. 2013. Persistent reduced ecosystem respiration after insect disturbance in high elevation forests. Ecology Letters.

Muzika, R.M., A.M. Liebhold. 2000. A critique of silvicultural approaches to managing defoliating insects in North America. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 2:97-105.

Grushecky, S.T., A.M. Liebhold, R. Greer, R.L. Smith. 1998. Does forest thinning affect predation on Gypsy Moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) larvae and pupae? Environmental Entomology, 27-2:268-276.

Radville, L., A. Chaves, E.L. Preisser. 2011. Variation in plant defense against invasive herbivores: Evidence for a hypersensitive response in Eastern Hemlocks (Tsuga Canadensis). Journal of Chemical Ecology, 37:592-597.

Belote, R.T., R.H. Jones, S.M. Hood, B.W. Wender. 2008. Diversity-invasibility across and experimental disturbance gradient in Appalachian forests. Ecology, 89-1:183-192.

Kuhman, T.R., S.M. Pearson, M.G. Turner. 2010. Effects of land-use history and the contemporary landscapes on non-native plant invasion at local and regional scales in the forest-dominated southern Appalachians. Landscape Ecology online.

Marshall, J.M., D.S. Buckley. 2008. Effects of microsites created by selective harvesting on growth of microstegium vimineum in a central hardwood. Forest Science, 54-5:534-542.

Knapp, L.B., C.D. Canham. 2000. Invasion of an old-grwoth forest in New York by Ailanthus altissima: sapling growth and recruitment in canopy gaps. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 127-4:307-315.

Kuppinger, D.M. 2010. Predicting the post-fire establishment and persistence of an invasive tree species across a complex landscape. Biological Invasions, 12-10:3473-3484.