Monday, December 10, 2007: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Windsor, Regency Ballroom, First Floor (Town & Country)

Symposium: Exotic Forest Pests: Are We Making Any Progress?

Organizer(s): David R. Coyle, dcoyle@entomology.wisc.edu
Christopher J. Fettig, cfettig@fs.fed.us
John T. Nowak, jnowak@fs.fed.us
1:30 PM Introductory Remarks
1:35 PM0655Forest pest invasions: A global problem out of control?
Andrew M. Liebhold
1:55 PM0656Allee effects and the invasion dynamics of nonindigenous invaders
Patrick Tobin, pc.tobin@gmail.com
2:15 PM0657Lymantriid monitoring procedures in Asia: Efforts to prevent Asian gypsy moth invasion of North America
Joel D. McMillin
2:35 PM0658Few immigrant phytophagous insects on woody plants in Europe: Legacy of the European crucible?
Pekka Niemelš, William J. Mattson, wmattson@fs.fed.us
2:55 PM Break
3:10 PM 0659The impact and management of red turpentine beetle in China: A success story
Jianghua Sun
3:30 PM0660Emerald ash borer invasion: The beginning of the end of ash in North America
Daniel A. Herms, herms.2@osu.edu
3:50 PM0661Determining the population extent and potential impacts of Sirex noctilio in North America
Kevin J. Dodds
4:10 PM0662An ecological tragedy: Laurel wilt and the redbay ambrosia beetle in the southeastern US
Albert E. Mayfield, mayfiea@doacs.state.fl.us
4:30 PM0663What are exotic rhizophagous weevils doing to a northern hardwood forest?
David R. Coyle, dcoyle@entomology.wisc.edu
4:50 PM Concluding Remarks

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