Wednesday, 20 November 2002: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

Room 113 (Convention Center, Ground Level)

Forest Pest Management: Developing Tools To Solve The Challenges of Tomorrow

Moderator(s): Christopher J. Fettig
David Coyle
John T. Nowak
1:00 PM1012Source, distribution and abundance of red-cockaded woodpecker prey: Is food a limiting factor for this endangered species?
James L. Hanula
1:15 PM1013The forest health implications of reintroducing fire back into fire-dependent ecosystems
Christopher J. Fettig
1:30 PM1014The challenges of pest control in intensively-managed forest plantations
David Coyle
1:45 PM1015Scolytidae In Brazilian forest plantations: Overview and current status with emphasis on recent research efforts
Carlos Flechtmann
2:00 PM1016The red oak borer: An endemic pest grows new fangs
John T. Nowak
2:15 PM1017Preference and performance of Anoplophora glabripennis among tree species in urban landscapes
Kelli Hoover, Dean Moorehead, James C. Sellmer
2:30 PM1018Availability of insecticides registered for control of beetles affecting southern pines
John W. Taylor Jr
2:45 PMBreak
3:00 PM1019Protecting individual high value trees from bark beetle attack
Patrick J. Shea
3:15 PM1020Applied chemical ecology: Anti-feedants inhibiting feeding in hylobius pine weevils
Fredrik Schlyter, J Lofqvist
3:30 PM1021Factors influencing the gypsy moth pathogen, Entomophaga maimaiga, in North Central forests
Deborah G. McCullough, Nathan W. Siegert, Ann E. Hajek, Robert C. Venette, Michael Wheeler
3:45 PM1022Biological control for exotic forest insects: Emphasis on recent efforts with hemlock woolly adelgid
Scott M. Salom, Gabriella M. G. Zilahi-Balogh, Ashley B. Lamb, Loke T. Kok
4:00 PM1023Use of pheromone traps to predict infestation levels of the nantucket pine tip moth in loblolly pine plantations
Christopher Asaro, Donald M. Grosman, R. Scott Cameron, John T. Nowak, C. Wayne Berisford
4:15 PM1024Pheromone-based strategies for the douglas-fir beetle: New tools for resource managers
Darrell W. Ross, Gary E. Daterman
4:30 PM1025Overview of semiochemical research regarding the spruce beetle and northern spruce engraver in Alaskan boreal forests
Edward H. Holsten, Andrew J. Graves
4:45 PM1026Bark beetle pheromone biosynthesis: Are there any applications in sight?
Steven J. Seybold

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