Full citation lists for articles in the Fall 2011 issue

Is red band needle blight a climate change canary? - By Kathy Lewis

Literature Cited

Boateng, K. 2011. Spore Dispersal and Infection of Dothistroma septosporum in Northwest British Columbia. MSc thesis, University of Northern BC, Prince George, BC.

Braun, C. 2009. The role of weather and topography in the development of Dothistroma septosporum. MSc Thesis, University of Northern BC, Prince George, BC.

Cobb, F and Miller, D. 1968. Hosts and geographic distribution of Scirrhia pini – the cause of red band needle blight in California. J. For. 66:930-933.

Dale, A., Lewis, K. and Murray, B. 2011. Sexual reproduction and gene flow in the pine pathogen Dothistroma septosporum in British Columbia. Phytopathology 101:68-76.

Funk, A. and Parker, A. 1966. Scirrhia pini N. sp., the perfect state of Dothistroma pini Hulbary. Can. J. Bot. 44:1171-1176.

Gibson, I. 1972. Dothistroma blight of Pinus radiata. Annu. Rev. Phytopath. 10:51-72.

Groenewald, M.Barnes, I., Bradshaw, R., Brown, A., Dale, A., Groenewald, J., Lewis, K., Wingfield, B., Wingfield, J. and Crous, P. 2007. Characterization and distribution of mating type genes in the Dothistroma needle blight pathogens. Phytopathology 97:825-834.

Hirst, P., Richardson, T., Carson, S. and Bradshaw R. 1999. Dothistroma pini genetic diversity is low in New Zealand. N.Z. J. For. Sci. 29-459-472.

Parker, A. and Collis, D. 1966. Dothistroma needle blight of pines in British Columbia. For. Chron. 42:160-161.

Peterson, G. 1973. Infection of Austrian and ponderosa pines by Dothistroma pini in eastern Nebraska. Phytopathology 63:1060-1063.

Peterson, G. 1967. Dothistroma needle blight of Austrian and ponderosa pines: epidemiology and control. Phytopathology 57:437-441.

Welsh, C., Lewis, K. and Woods, A. 2009. The outbreak history of dothistroma needle blight: an emerging forest disease in northwest British Columbia, Canada. Can. J. For. Res. 39:2505-2519.

Woods, A., Coates, K.D. and Hamann, A. 2005. Is an unprecedented Dothistroma needle blight epidemic related to climate change? BioScience 55: 761-769.

Woods, A. 2003. Species diversity and forest health in northwest British Columbia. For. Chron. 79:892-897.

 A century of expansion-following the outbreak trajectory of western spruce budworm- By Lorraine MacLauchlan

Literature Cited

Alfaro, R.I., and Maclauchlan, L.E. 1992. A method to calculate the losses caused by western spruce budworm in uneven-aged Douglas-fir forests of British Columbia. For. Ecol. Manage. 55: 295-313.

Maclauchlan, L.E., Brooks, J.E. Hodge, J.C. 2006. Analysis of historic western spruce budworm defoliation in south central British Columbia. For. Ecol. Manage. 226: 351-356.

Logan, J.A., J. Régnière and J.A. Powell. 2003. Assessing the impacts of global warming on forest pest dynamics. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 130-137.

Hope, G.D., W.R. Mitchell, D.A. Lloyd, W.R. Erickson, W.L. Harper, and B.M. Wikeem. 1991. Interior Douglas-fir Zone. In Ecosystems of British Columbia. D. Meidinger and J. Pojar (ed.) B.C. Min. For., Res. Br., Chap. 10, pp. 153-165.

Thomson, A.J. and R.A. Benton. 2007. A 90-year sea warming trend explains outbreak patterns of western spruce budworm on Vancouver Island. The Forestry Chronicle 83(6): 867-869.

Van Sickle, G.A., Alfaro, R.I., and Thomson, A.J. 1983. Douglas-fir height growth affected by western spruce budworm defoliation. Can. J. For. Res. 13: 445-450. Wood, C. 1987. Western spruce budworm on Douglas-fir.  Can. For. Serv. Pacific For. Cent. Inf. Leaflet.