Wednesday, 29 October 2003: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

200 (Convention Center (Second Floor))

Symposium: Forest Entomology--Tree-Insect Interactions

Moderator(s): David R. Coyle
John T. Nowak
Christopher J. Fettig
1:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:05 PM0972Resource regulation by phytophagous insects: The Robin Hood principle of herbivory
William J. Mattson, Harald Piene, Erwin Führer, Erkki Haukioja, Dan T. Quiring
1:25 PM0973Fire-induced changes in plant foliage: Implications for herbivory
Lynne K. Rieske-Kinney
1:45 PM0974Belowground herbivory on pines in the Great Lakes region: Niche partitioning, chemical ecology, and impacts on above-ground processes
Kenneth F. Raffa
2:05 PMBreak 1
2:15 PM0975Effects of fertilization on tree resistance to insects: Reassessing an entrenched paradigm
Daniel A. Herms
2:35 PM0976Nantucket pine tip moth development and population dynamics: Influence of nitrogen fertilization and vegetation control
John T. Nowak, C. Wayne Berisford, Timothy B. Harrington
2:55 PM0977The interaction of tree stress and herbivory by the baldcypress leafroller, Archips goyerana Kruse, in Louisiana forested wetlands
Richard A. Goyer, Rebecca F. Souther, Gerald J. Lenhard
3:15 PMBreak 2
3:25 PM0978The roles of 10 potential mechanisms of Douglas-fir resistance to the western spruce budworm
Karen M. Clancy
3:45 PM0979Tree and stand-level predictors of red oak borer (Enaphalodes rufulus) activity
Rose-Marie Muzika, Richard P. Guyette, Steven L. Voelker
4:05 PM0980Emerald ash borer: a new threat to North America's forests
Therese Poland, Robert A. Haack, Deborah G. McCullough
4:25 PMConcluding Remarks

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