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ArticleRank, Nathan E.Human-caused changes in land use and land cover have dramatically altered ecosystems worldwide and may facilitate the spread of infectious diseases. To address this issue, we examined the influence of land-cover changes between 1942 and 2000 on the es . . .
ThesisFactors Influencing Phytophthora ramorum Infectivity on Umbellularia californica and Testing of a Defoliation-Based Control MethodColijn, Christine WindsorThe primary foliar host for Phytophthora ramorum is Umbellularia californica (bay laurel), a tree species that serves as a reservoir for infections in California woodlands. I investigated environmental and pathogen-mediated influences on the incidence . . .