Filtering by: Resource type Masters Thesis Remove constraint Resource type: Masters Thesis Subject Phytophthora ramorum Remove constraint Subject: Phytophthora ramorum
Masters ThesisKuljian, Howard GregoryThe introduction of non-native pathogens can have profound effects on forest ecosystems resulting in tree mortality, changes in species composition, and altered fuel structure. The 1990’s introduction of Phytophthora ramorum, the pathogen recognized a . . .
Masters ThesisPredicting sudden oak death transmission hosts in Redwood National and State Parks using ecological niche modelsDeshais, JanellePhytophthora ramorum, an aggressive introduced plant pathogen, has caused the death of several million tanoak (Lithocarpus densiflorus) and oak (Quercus spp.) trees throughout coastal forests of California and Oregon. In the United States, P. ramorum . . .