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Stand density and mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in ponderosa pine stands

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National forests,
  • Pinus ponderosa,
  • Dendroctonus ponderosae,
  • Stand density,
  • Mortality

  • Edition Notes

    Includes references.

    ContributionsMata, S.A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25655118M

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Stand density and mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in ponderosa pine stands by J.M. Schmid Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stand density and mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in Ponderosa Pine stands. [Fort Collins, Colo.?]: USDA, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality resulted in a significant reduction of live ponderosa area and ponderosa pine stand density index. Infested stands had higher total and ponderosa. Mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in uneven-aged ponderosa pine stands in the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming was found to be.

Stand density and mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in Ponderosa Pine stands by J. Schmid,USDA, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station edition, Microform in English. 41 Schmid, J.M. and Mata, S.A. Stand density and mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in ponderosa pine stands.

USDA Forest Service, Research Note RM Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Fort Collins, CO. 42 Schultz, D.E. Forest Service Biological Evaluation. Research Highlights: The biology of mountain pine beetle (MPB), Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins, in Colorado’s lodgepole pine forests exhibits similarities and differences to other parts of its range.

Brood emergence was not influenced by stand density nor related to tree diameter. The probability of individual tree attack is influenced by stocking and tree by: 1.

The density of pine varies slightly by the type of pine. Pitch Lodgepole pine 'Stand density and mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in Ponderosa Pine stands' -- subject- s -: Ponderosa.

The Ponderosa Pine is the state tree of Montana because it is beautiful. The tree is feet tall and it is green. Montana's state tree is the ponderosa pine. ponderosa pines are.

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Growth of lodgepole pine stands and its relation to mountain pine beetle susceptibility [electronic reso The influence of partial cutting on mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in Black Hills ponderosa. In lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var.

latifolia Engelm. ex S. Watson) stands in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, 47% of the stems were killed and basal area was reduced by 71% by a D. ponderosae outbreak (Nelson et al., ). Average DBH decreased from to cm, and density decreased from to stems/ha, while the. Effects of bark beetle-caused tree mortality on wildfire.

with high canopy bulk density, lower canopy base height, and multiple ages in ponderosa pine stands compared with closed canopy, even-aged stands of lodgepole pine D.R., Mountain pine beetle-caused lodgepole pine mortality from the ’s and subsequent fire occurrence in Cited by:   Despite these factors, thinning to reduce fuels may have the added benefit of reducing stand susceptibility to MPB (see Fettig et al., ) because MPB infestations have been associated with high stand densities in lodgepole pine (Mitchell et al.

), ponderosa pine (Fiddler et al. Negrón and Popp ), and whitebark pine forests Cited by: Dense stands of ponderosa pine have proven more susceptible to bark beetles than open grown stands.

Tree mortality from mountain pine beetles was significantly higher in stands with basal areas of 27–35 m 2 /ha compared with stands with area ≤ 20 m 2 /ha (Sartwell & Stevens, ; Mitchell et al., ).Cited by: A quantitative evaluation of frontalure and cacodylic acid treatment effects on within-tree populations of the southern pine beetle.

Econ. Entomol. Estimating western pine beetle caused tree mortality for evaluating an attractive pheromone treatment. Mountain pine beetle in ponderosa pine, prospects for silvicultural.

Stands are dominated by ponderosa pine, and are divided into moist, mesic, and dry stand types with decreasing elevation and moisture availability. A historical fire regime of frequent, low-severity surface fires is widely documented, but there is growing evidence of historical mixed-severity and high-severity fires, especially for steep slopes Author: John L.

Vankat. Effects of bark beetle-caused tree mortality on wildfire jeffrey A. Hickea,b.*, Morris C density, lower canopy base height, and multiple ages in ponderosa pine stands compared with closed canopy, even-aged stands of Mountain pine beetle-caused lodgepole pine mortality from the 's and subsequent fire occurrence in Colorado.

Cited by:   ” Prior to European settlement, northern Arizona’s Ponderosa pine stands had 20 to 40 trees per acre. Today, many areas of northern Arizona have to 1, trees per acre. This is a much greater density than can be supported under our climatic conditions.

The Warner Mountains of northeastern California on the Modoc National Forest experienced a high incidence of tree mortality () that was associated with drought and bark beetle (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) attack.

Various silvicultural thinning treatments were implemented prior to this period of tree mortality to reduce stand density and increase residual Cited by: Severe Mountain Pine Beetle-Caused Mortality Events in Lodgepole Pine Forests within the Western United States (PI).

$25, Monitoring & Evaluation of a Technique for Efficient Variable-Density Thinning in Young Stands. California State Parks. old-growth ponderosa pine stands: Contrasting stand-average calculations with measures ofFile Size: KB.

Excluded Old Growth Ponderosa Pine and Western Larch Stands in Western Montana. USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station. $30, Inventory of Forest Structure and Composition and the Development of Site-Specific Prescriptions for Two Mechanical Treatment Units in Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.

USDI National Park Size: KB. Growth of lodgepole pine stands and its relation to mountain pine beetle susceptibility. Res. Pap. RMRS-RP Fort Collins, CO: U.S.

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 19 p. Negron, Jose F.; Popp, John B.

Probability of ponderosa pine infestation by mountain pine beetle in the Colorado Front Range. Invasive species are a rapidly expanding threat to wildland ecosystems throughout the Western United States. Invasive species are defined as those that are nonnative to the invaded ecosystem and whose introduction is likely to result in economic or environmental harm, or reduce ecosystem integrity.

We have also included native outbreaks of plants, pathogens, and insects within their. Mountain pine beetle-caused mortality over eight years in two pine hosts in mixed-conifer stands of the southern Rocky Mountains. Forest Ecology and Management. Williams, Mary I.; Dumroese, R. Kasten; Page-Dumroese, Deborah S.; Hardegree, Stuart P.

What is a pest pp, 3() 1. What is a Pest. A pest can be defined as a plant, animal, insect, or pathogen, acting singly or in combination, often aggravated by environmental stressors, which by its presence, abundance, or activity interferes with accomplishment of resource management goals and objectives.

Olsen WK, Schmid JM, Mata SA () Stand characteristics associated with mountain pine beetle infestations in ponderosa pine. For Sci – Google Scholar Owen DR, Lindahl KQ, Wood DL, Parmeter JR Jr () Pathogenicity of fungi isolated from Dendroctonus valens, D.

brevicomis, and D. ponderosae to ponderosa pine by: 9. Beetle‐caused tree mortality has the potential to modify globally significant terrestrial carbon pools (Hicke et al.

Some evidence indicates that beetle‐impacted forests may switch from net carbon sinks to net carbon sources (Kurz et al. ), but typically return to sinks within 5–20 years after undergoing an outbreak (Hansen Cited by:   Modeling spatial and temporal dynamics of wind flow and potential fire behavior following a mountain pine beetle outbreak in a lodgepole pine forest.

Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. Progress 10/01/13 to 09/30/14 Outputs OUTPUTS: A total of 28 papers were published during FY14 for research on the issue of adaptive capacity of.

Abstract. Climate-driven tree mortality has increased globally in response to warmer temperature and more severe drought. To examine how tree mortality in semi-arid biomes impacts surface water balance, we experimentally manipulated a piñon-juniper (PJ) woodland by girdling all adult piñon trees in a 4 ha area, decreasing piñon basal area by ~65%.Cited by: 6.

ii The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disab. Synthetic verbenone has been evaluated as a tool for mitigating pine mortality due to bark beetle infestations.

In western North America, efforts have concentrated on single tree or small scale stand protection, primarily from mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins, infestations. Results have been favorable but inconsistent.

Lodgepole pine stands harbour a major commercial significance in British Columbia. The lodgepole pine forests not only make up half of the British Columbia Interior annual harvest, but are also highly utilized and acceptable for lumber and pulp production.

Unfortunately, mature lodgepole pine stands have been surmounted by outbreaks of mountain pine beetle, which is. Mountain pine beetle-caused tree mortality in uneven-aged ponderosa pine stands in the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming was found to be positively correlated with basal area and ponderosa pine stand density index, which is similar to previous findings in even-aged stands (Schmid and Mata ).

Stand Tree Mortality Subsystem: Bark Beetle Popu- lation Dynamics 86 8. A historical analysis on the Lake Arrowhead District of the SBNF showed substantial increases in bark beetle caused tree mortality since Pine Beetle and Jeffrey Pine Beetle— Procedures for the development of an optimum sampling design for the mountain pine.

Full text of "Field guide to the common diseases and insect pests of Oregon and Washington conifers" See other formats. A JFSP Fire Science Exchange Network Bringing People Together & Sharing Knowledge in the Northern Rockies. The potential for mountain pine beetle, Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae), to expand its historical range in North America from west of the continental divide into the eastern boreal forest was assessed on the basis of analyses of the effects of climate and weather on brood development and survival, and key aspects of the.

Insects and Diseases of Arizona and New Mexico Forests United States Department of Agriculture Forest and density of beetles in the tree. Close inspection Stand level ponderosa pine mortality caused by Arizona fivespined ips on Prescott NF,File Size: 13MB.

The study area was located on south-facing slopes that ranged from %. Forest conditions averaged 15" quadratic mean diameter, stand density index (SDI), 37% canopy cover, and 95% Jeffrey pine host species composition. JPBs caused mortality in 44% of all available Jeffrey pines within the study area at a rate of 74 trees per acre.

Physical effects of weather events on the abundance and diversity of insects in North American forests. Kamal J.K. Gandhi, a b Daniel W. Gilmore, b Steven A. Katovich, c William J. Mattson, d John R.

Spence, e Steven J. Seybold a b. a Department of Entomology, Hodson Hall, Folwell Avenue, University of MN, St. Paul, MNby:   Malcolm P. North, Jens T.

Stevens, David F. Greene, Michelle Coppoletta, Eric E. Knapp, Andrew Latimer, Christina M. Restaino, Ryan Tompkins, Kevin R. Welch, Robert A. Full text of "Forest health through silviculture: proceedings of the National Silviculture Workshop, Mescalero, New Mexico, May" See other formats.Western white pine, sugar pine, and lodgepole pine are preferred hosts, but mountain pine beetle, sometimes causes extensive killing of ponderosa, white bark pine, and limber pine ().

Inthe western pine beetle population increased in California in late fall following drought conditions. Heavy infestations were reported in central Oregon.(Including Regionally Related Range Types) [ Home] Ponderosa Pine Forests and Associated Types or Subtypes Arizona Ponderosa Pine Forest Range.

In the southeastern portion of the Colorado Plateau (more specifically, the San Francisco Plateau Plateau of the Grand Canyon section within the Colorado Plateau physiographic province) and at the edge of the Mogollon .