NE1601: Eastern White Pine Health and Responses to Environmental Changes

(Multistate Research Project)

Status: Active

SAES-422 Reports

12/19/2017

As of March, 2017, there were no publications to report.  The arrangment for a special issue on White Pine Health in Forest Ecology and Managment will ensure publications for 2018.

06/02/2018

12 manuscripts will be published in the May 2018 special issue of Forest Ecology and Management on Eastern White Pine Health.

08/14/2019

Asaro, Christopher, Lori A. Chamberlin, Jill A. Rose, Katlin Mooneyham, Anita K. Rose.  2018.  Mortality of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) in association with a novel scale insect-pathogen complex in Virginia and West Virginia.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:37-48.

Costanza, Kara K.L., Mindy S. Crandall, Robert W. Rice, William H. Livingston, Isabel A. Munck, and Kyle Lombard.  Economic implications of a native tree disease, Caliciopsis canker, on the white pine (Pinus strobus) lumber industry in the northeastern United States.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2019, 49(5): 521-530.

Costanza, Kara K.L., Thomas D. Whitney, Cameron D. McIntire, William H. Livingston, and Kamal J.K. Gandhi.  2018.  A synthesis of emerging health issues of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) in eastern North America. Forest Ecology and Management 423:3-17.

Gandhi, Kamal J.K., William H. Livingston, and Isabel A. Munck. Resilience and health of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) forests under novel and historical factors in eastern North America (editorial).  2018. Forest Ecology and Management 423:1-2.

Haines, Savannah L., Kara K.L. Costanza, and William H. Livingston. 2018. Compartmentalization process in eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) documented using a native fungal pathogen.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:94-105.

Livingston, William H. and Laura S. Kenefic.  2018.  Low densities in white pine stands reduce risk of drought-incited decline.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:84-93.

McIntire, Cameron D., Isabel A. Munck, Mark J. Ducey, and Heidi Asbjornsen.  2018.  Thinning treatments reduce severity of foliar pathogens in eastern white pine.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:106-113.

McIntire, Cameron D., Isabel A. Munck, Matthew A. Vadeboncoeur, William H. Livingston, and Heidi Asbjornsen.  2018.  Impacts of White Pine Needle Damage on seasonal litterfall dynamics and wood growth of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) in northern New England. Forest Ecology and Management 423:27-36.

Pike, Carolyn C., Paul Berrang, Scott Rogers, Andy David, Carrie Sweeney, Julie Hendrickson. 2018.  Improving the resistance of eastern white pine to white pine blister rust disease.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:114-119.

Schulz, Ashley N., Angela M. Mech, Michelle M. Cram, Christopher Asaro, David R. Coylea, Rima D. Lucardi, Sunny Lucas, Kamal J.K. Gandhi. 2018.  Association of Caliciopsis pinea Peck and Matsucoccus macrocicatrices Richards with eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) seedling dieback.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:70-83.

Schulz, Ashley N., Angela M. Mech, Christopher Asaro, David R. Coylea, Michelle M. Cram, Rima D. Lucardi, Kamal J.K. Gandhi.  2018.  Assessment of abiotic and biotic factors associated with eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.) dieback in the Southern Appalachian Mountains.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:59-69.

Whitney, Thomas D., Michelle M. Cram, Brittany F. Barnes, Jiangming Yao, Rima D. Lucardi, Kamal J.K. Gandhi.  2018.  Tree-level distribution of a novel insect-pathogen complex and its potential contribution to eastern white pine dieback.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:49-58.

Wyka, Stephen A., Isabel A. Munck, Nicholas J. Brazee, Kirk D. Broders.  2018.  Response of eastern white pine and associated foliar, blister rust, canker and root rot pathogens to climate change.  Forest Ecology and Management 423:18-26.

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