Scientific Publications

Recent Scientific Publications

Wong, C. & Daniels, L.D. 2016. Novel forest decline triggered by multiple interactions among climate, and introduced pathogen and bark beetles, Global Change Biology,  doi: 10.1111/gcb.13554

Jules, E.S.; Jackson, J.I.; vanMantgem, P.J.; Beck, J.S.; Murray, M.P.; Sahara, E.A. 2016. The relative contributions on disease and insects in the decline of a long-lived tree: a stochastic demographic model of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis), Forest Ecology and Management, 381, 144-156.

Bentz, Barbara J.; Hood, Sharon M.; Hansen, E. Matthew; Vandygriff, James C.; Mock, Karen E. 2016. Defense traits in the long-lived Great Basin bristlecone pine and resistance to the native herbivore mountain pine beetle. New Phytologist. doi: 10.1111/nph.14191.

Buotte, Polly C.; Hicke, Jeffrey A.; Haiganoush, K. Preisler; Abatzoglou, John T.; Raffa, Kenneth F.; Logan, Jesse A. Climate Influences on whitebark pine mortality from mountain pine beetle in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Ecological Applications. buotte_ea_2016

Buotte, P.; Hicke, J.; Treisler, H.; Raffa, K.; Abatzolgou, J.; Logan, J. 2016. Climate and Mountain Pine Beetles in Whitebark Pine Forests across the Western US. Project Description.

Pigott, D.; Moody, R.; Clason, A. 2015. Promoting whitebark pine recovery in British Columbia. Society for Ecosystem Restoration in Northern British Columbia & MInistry of Forests, Lands & Natural Resource Operations.

Leirfallam, S.B.; Keane, R.; Tomback, D.F.; Dobrowski, S. 2015. The effects of seed source health on whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) regeneration density after wildfire. Canadian Journal of Forest Restoration, 45, xx-xx.