What's New in Forest Entomology?

Wednesday, December 16, 2009: 7:15 AM-11:00 AM
Room 107-108, First Floor (Convention Center)
Christopher J. Fettig
David R. Coyle
John T. Nowak
7:15 AM
Introductory Remarks–What's new in forest entomology?
Christopher J. Fettig, USDA, Forest Service
7:25 AM
Bark beetle acoustics and novel control methods
Richard W. Hofstetter, Northern Arizona University; Reagan McGuire, Northern Arizona University; David Dunn, University of California
7:45 AM
Chemically-mediated host colonization behavior of the peach bark beetle, Phloeotribus liminaris
Matthew D. Ginzel, Purdue University; Bradley Barnd, Purdue University
8:05 AM
Chemical ecology of lepidopteran defoliators and subcortical interactions between bark and woodboring beetles in Louisiana
Jeremy Allison, Louisiana State University; Jessica McKenney, Louisiana State University; Erich Schoeller, Louisiana State University
8:25 AM
8:40 AM
Using multidisciplinary approaches to elucidate complex host tree-herbivore-associate interactions in forest ecosystems
Kimberly F. Wallin, University of Vermont; Kevin J. Dodds, USDA Forest Service; Monica Gaylord, Northern Arizona University; Glenn R. Kohler, Forest Health; Thomas Kolb, Northern Arizona University; Tanya Latty, The University of Sydney; Daniel S. Ott, University of Vermont; Sarah Pears, University of Vermont; Kenneth F. Raffa, University of Wisconsin; Darrell Ross, Oregon State University; Kjerstin Skov, USDA Forest Service; Alvin D. Yanchuk, British Columbia Ministry of Forests
9:40 AM
9:55 AM
Finding a niche in northeastern forest entomology - Sirex noctilio and emerald ash borer
Melissa K. Fierke, State University of New York; Patrick T. Eager, SUNY-ESF; Warren E. Hellman, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry; Peter J. Rockermann, SUNY-ESF
10:15 AM
10:35 AM
Remote sensing of forest insect pests
John Riggins, University of Arkansas
10:55 AM
Concluding Remarks
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