Monday, 15 November 2004: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM

251 A (Salt Palace L-2)

Symposium: Forest Entomology: Current Issues Facing Our Discipline

Organizer(s): John T. Nowak,
Christopher J. Fettig,
David R. Coyle,
1:00 PMIntroductory Remarks
1:05 PM0458Semiochemical-based disruption of attack by tree-killing bark beetles. Can we really hope for consistent operational effectiveness?
John H. Borden,
1:25 PM0459Verbenone: The elusive silver bullet?
Barbara Bentz,
1:45 PM0460The chemical ecology of southern pine beetle revisited: New insights from GC-EAD analyses
Brian T. Sullivan,
2:05 PMBreak 1
2:15 PM0461The effects of hazardous fuel reduction treatments on the amount of bark beetle-caused tree mortality
Christopher J. Fettig,, Joel McMillin, John Anhold
2:35 PM0462Rapid detection and response program for exotic scolytids
Iral Ragenovich,
2:55 PM0463Management strategies for the hemlock woolly adelgid
James R. Rhea,
3:15 PMBreak 2
3:25 PM0464The emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis): Research focused on a new quarantine pest
Robert A. Haack,, Leah Bauer,, Houping Liu,, Deborah G. McCullough,, Therese Poland,
3:45 PM0465Enigmatic population dynamics or a cryptic case of biological control? The curious case of the browntail moth in North America
Dylan Parry,
4:05 PMConcluding Remarks

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