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| Show full citation 2013. , , , , , , , , , , , , Madrono (In press)
The key host for an invasive forest pathogen also facilitates the pathogen’s survival of wildfire in California forests. | Show full citation 2012 , , , New Phytologist
A California-based chronological review (1995-2004) of research on Phytophthora ramorum, the causal agent of sudden oak death. | Show full citation 2005. , Phytopathol. Mediterr. 44(2).
A case study to evaluate ground-based, wildland survey methods for Phytophthora ramorum (cause of Sudden Oak Death) in Coast Live Oak (Quercus agrifolia) stands in California. | Show full citation 2005. , , , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
A new Phytophthora canker disease as the probable cause of Sudden Oak Death in California. | Show full citation 2001. , , , , Phytopathology 91(6): S76 (Supplement).
A survey of Sudden Oak Death in native California forest and woodland communities: Relating incidence and intensity of Phytophthora ramorum to plant community and site variables. | Show full citation 2002. , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium, 15-18 December 2002, Monterey, CA.
AFLP Analysis of Phytophthora nemorosa and P. pseudosyringae Genetic Structure in North America. | Show full citation 2005. , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
AFLP and phylogenetic analyses of North American and European populations of Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2004. , , , , Mycological Research 108(4): 378-392.
An emergent disease causes directional changes in forest species composition in coastal California. | Show full citation 2012 , , , , Ecosphere 3(10):86.
Another canker-causing Phytophthora from California and Oregon forest trees. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , , Phytopathology 92: S17.
Apparent competition in canopy trees determined by pathogen transmission rather than susceptibility. | Show full citation 2010. , , Ecology 91(2):327–333.
Can Insecticides Prolong Survival of Oaks Infected by Phytophthora ramorum? | Show full citation 2005. , , , , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Canyon live oak (Quercus chrysolepis) is susceptible to bole infection by Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2011. , , , Phytopathology 101:S8.
Common Factors Drive Disease and Coarse Woody Debris Dynamics in Forests Impacted by Sudden Oak Death. | Show full citation 2011. , , , Ecosystems
Decomposition and N cycling changes in redwood forests caused by sudden oak death. | Show full citation 2012. , Proceedings of coast redwood forests in a changing California: A symposium for scientists and managers. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-238.
Detection and Distribution of Phytophthora ramorum in Redwood-Tanoak Forest Community Soils. | Show full citation 2005. , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Detection and Quantification of Phytophthora ramorum from California Forests Using a Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay. | Show full citation 2004 , , , Phytopathology 94(10): 1075-1083.
Detection, distribution, survival, and sporulation of Phytophthora ramorum in a California redwood-tanoak forest soil. | Show full citation 2007. , , Phytopathology 97:1366-1375.
Disease Progression of Phytophthora ramorum and Botryosphaeria dothidea on Pacific Madrone. | Show full citation 2004. , , , Plant Disease 88(8): 852-857.
Distribution and pathogenicity of P. nemorosa and P. pseudosyringae in California’s coastal forests. | Show full citation 2005. , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Early Detection Monitoring of Phytophthora ramorum in High-Risk Forests of California. | Show full citation 2005. , , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Ecology of Phytophthora nemorosa and P. pseudosyringae in mixed evergreen forests. | Show full citation 2005. , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Ecophysiological factors mitigating in planta survival of P. ramorum in California bay laurel. | Show full citation 2008. , , Phytopathology 98:S46.
Ecosystem transformation by emerging infectious disease: loss of large tanoak from California forests. | Show full citation 2012. , , , , Journal of Ecology.
Effects of Individual, Community and Landscape Drivers on the Dynamics of a Wildland Forest Epidemic | Show full citation In press , , , , , Ecology
Epidemiological modeling of invasion in heterogeneous landscapes: spread of sudden oak death in California (1990–2030). | Show full citation 2011. , , , , , , Ecosphere, Volume 2(2), Article 17.
Epidemiology and ecology of Phytophthora ramorum in redwood/tanoak forest ecosystems of the California Coast Range. | Show full citation 2002. , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium, 15-18 December 2002, Monterey, CA.
Establishment of an emerging generalist pathogen in redwood forest communities. | Show full citation 2005. , , , , Journal of Ecology 93(5): 899-905.
Evidence for aerial transmission of Phytophthora ramorum among Quercus and Lithocarpus in California woodlands. | Show full citation 2003. , , , , , McComb, J.A.; Hardy, G.E.; Tommerup, I.C., editors. Proceedings, 2nd international IUFRO conference on Phytophora in forest ecosystems; working party 7.02.09 meeting; 2001 Sept. 30 – Oct. 5; Albany, Western Australia, Perth: Murdoch University Print; 1088-144.
First report of Phytophthora pseudosyringae in California, U.S.A. | Show full citation 2003. , , , , , Plant Disease 87.
First Report of Phytophthora ramorum on Canyon Live Oak in California. | Show full citation 2003. , Plant Disease 87(3): 315.
First report of Phytophthora ramorum on coast redwood in California. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , Plant Disease 86(11).
First report of Phytophthora ramorum on Douglas-fir in California. | Show full citation 2002. , , , Plant Disease 86: 1274.
First Report of the NA2 Lineage of Phytophthora ramorum from an Ornamental Rhododendron in the Interior of California. | Show full citation 2014 , , , Plant Disease. 98(6): 849.
Forest composition influences transmission of Phytophthora ramorum (Sudden Oak Death) in California oak woodlands. | Show full citation 2003. , , , Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 88.
Forest Type Influences Transmission of Phytophthora ramorum in California Oak Woodlands. | Show full citation 2011. , , , , Phytopathology, Vol. 101, Number 4. pp. 492-501.
Host-Induced Aneuploidy and Phenotypic Diversification in the Sudden Oak Death Pathogen Phytophthora ramorum | Show full citation 2016 , , , , , , , , , , , BMC Genomics. 17:385
How to recognize the symptoms of the diseases caused by Phytophthora ramorum, causal agent of Sudden Oak Death. | Show full citation 2002. , , , USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region publication.
hytophthora ramorum infects hazelnut, vine maple, blue blossom, and manzanita species in California. | Show full citation 2008. , , Plant Health Progress
Incidence of Phytophthora ramorum inoculum found in soil collected from a hiking trail and hikers’ shoes in a California park. | Show full citation 2002. , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium, 15-18 December 2002, Monterey, CA.
Incidence of Phytophthora ramorum inoculum found in streams running through areas of high incidence of sudden oak death in Santa Cruz County. | Show full citation 2002. , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium, 15-18 December 2002, Monterey, CA
Incidence of Phytophthora ramorum, P. nemorosa and P. pseudosyringae in Three Coastal California Forest Communities. | Show full citation 2005. , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Influence of land-cover change on the spread of an invasive forest pathogen. | Show full citation 2008. , , , , Ecological Applications 18(1): 159-171.
Interacting disturbances: Wildfire severity affected by stage of forest disease invasion. | Show full citation 2011. , , , Ecological Applications 21(2): 313-320.
Landscape Epidemiology and Control of Pathogens with Cryptic and Long-Distance Dispersal: Sudden Oak Death in Northern Californian Forests. | Show full citation 2012. , , , , , , , PLoS Comput Biol 8(1): e1002328
Litter Chemistry, Community Shift, and Non-Additive Effects Drive Litter Decomposition Changes Following Invasion by a Generalist Pathogen | Show full citation 2016 , Ecosystems
Mapping the risk of establishment and spread of sudden oak death in California. | Show full citation 2004. , , , Forest Ecology and Management 200(1-3): 195-214.
Mechanisms underlying differences in Inoculum Production by Phytophthora ramorum in mined-evergreen versus tanoak-redwood forests in California. | Show full citation , , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Modelling When, Where and How to Manage a Forest Epidemic, Motivated by Sudden Oak Death in California | Show full citation In press , , , , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Monitoring Phytophthora ramorum distribution in streams within coastal California watersheds. | Show full citation 2005. , , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Mortality and Community Changes Drive Sudden Oak Death Impacts on Litterfall and Soil Nitrogen Cycling | Show full citation 2013. , , New Phytologist
Natural infection of tanoak seedling roots by Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2006. , , , , , , , Phytopathology 96: S90.
Non-oak native plants are main hosts for sudden oak death pathogen in California. | Show full citation 2003. , , , , , , California Agriculture 57: 18-23.
Oak mortality syndrome: Sudden death of oaks and tanoaks. | Show full citation 2000. , , , , , , Tree Notes, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, Number 26.
Object-Based Assessment of Burn Severity in Diseased Forests Using High-Spatial and High-Spectral Resolution MASTER Airborne Imagery | Show full citation 2015 , , , , ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 102: 38–47.
Pacific yew as host for Phytophthora ramorum in California forests. | Show full citation 2005. , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Perspectives of Spatial Scale in a Wildland Forest Epidemic | Show full citation 2014. , , , European Journal of Plant Pathology. 138:449–465.
Phenotypic Diversification is Associated with Host-Induced Transposon Derepression in the Sudden Oak Death Pathogen Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2012. , , , , , PLoS ONE 7(4): e34728.
Phytophthora in forests: Feedbacks between pathogen and plant communities in forests. | Show full citation 2009. Phytopathology 99: S163.
Phytophthora nemorosa, a new species causing cankers and leaf blight of forest trees in California and Oregon, U.S.A. | Show full citation 2003. , , , , , , Mycotaxon 88: 129-138.
Phytophthora ramorum (Sudden Oak Death) in California oak woodlands: expanded geographic and host ranges. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , , , Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 87.
Phytophthora ramorum and Sudden Oak Death in California: I. Host Relationships. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , Standiford, R. and D. McCreary (Eds). 5th Symposium on California Oak Woodlands, USDA Forest Service, Gen. Tech. PSW-GTR-184: 733-740.
Phytophthora ramorum and Sudden Oak Death in California: II. Transmission and Survival. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , R. B. Standiford, D. McCreary , and K.L. Purcell, technical coordinators. Proceedings of the fifth symposium on oak woodlands: Oaks in California's changing landscape. San Diego, CA. October 22-25, 2001. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-184, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Albany, CA. Pg. 741-749.
Phytophthora ramorum and Sudden Oak Death in California: III. Pathogen genetics. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , 5th Symposium on California Oak Woodlands, R. Standiford & D. McCreary, Eds. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report. PSW-GTR-184: 765-7744.
Phytophthora ramorum and Sudden Oak Death in California: IV. Chemical control. | Show full citation 2002. , , 5th Symposium on California Oak Woodlands, R. Standiford & D. McCreary, Eds., USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report, PSW-GTR-184: 811-818.
Phytophthora ramorum as the cause of extensive mortality of Quercus spp. and Lithocarpus densiflora in California. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , Plant Disease 86(3): 205-214.
Phytophthora ramorum causes cryptic bole cankers in canyon live oak | Show full citation 2016 , , , , , Plant Health Progress. 17:20-26.
Phytophthora ramorum Causes Cryptic Bole Cankers in Canyon Live Oak | Show full citation 2016 , , , , , Plant Health Progress. 17: 20-26.
Phytophthora ramorum does not cause physiologically significant systemic injury to California bay laurel, its primary reservoir host. | Show full citation 2009. , , Phytopathology 99:1307-1311.
Phytophthora ramorum Research & Control in North Coastal California. | Show full citation 2005. , , , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Phytophthora ramorum: A recent discovery with a large impact. | Show full citation 2008. Phytopathology 98:S197.
Phytophthora ramorum: An emerging forest pathogen. | Show full citation 2003. , , , , , , , , Phytopathology 93: S28.
Phytophthora ramorum: Integrative research and management of an emerging pathogen in California and Oregon forests. | Show full citation 2005. , , Annual Review of Phytopathology 43: 13.1–13.27.
Phytophthora ramorum’s trophic nature suggests that it cannot utilize dead leaf litter in aquatic systems. | Show full citation 2011. , Phytopathology 101:S8.
Phytophthora species from oak and tanoak forests in California and Oregon. | Show full citation 2005. , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Potential susceptibility of Australian native plant species to branch dieback and bole canker diseases caused by Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2011. , , , , , Plant Pathology.
Pre-impact forest composition and ongoing tree mortality associated with sudden oak death in the Big Sur region; California. | Show full citation 2010 , , , , Forest Ecology and Management 259:2342–2354.
Preliminary studies on chemical and cultural control of Phytophthora associated with sudden oak death. | Show full citation 2001. , Phytopathology 91: S30.
Quercus chrysolepis foliage supports sporulation of Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2012 , , 6th IUFRO Meeting Working Party 7-02-09, Phytophthora in Forests and Natural Ecosystems Meeting. September 9 – 14, 2012. Córdoba-Spain.
Range-wide threats to a foundation tree species from disturbance interactions. | Show full citation 2013. , , , , , Madrono (In press)
Recently discovered Phytophthora species may underlie epidemic oak mortality in California. | Show full citation 2001. , , , Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 86: 190.
Root Infections May Challenge Management of Invasive Phytophthora spp. in U.K. Woodlands. | Show full citation 2011. , , , Plant Disease 95(1): 13-18.
Root infections of Phytophthora ramorum and Phytophthora kernoviae in UK woodlands. | Show full citation 2008. , , , , Phytopathology 98:S53.
Sources of inoculum for Phytophthora ramorum in a redwood forest. | Show full citation 2008. , , Phytopathology 98:860-866.
Spatial estimation of the density and carbon content of host populations for Phytophthora ramorum in California and Oregon. | Show full citation 2011. , , , , , Forest Ecology and Management 262(6): 989-998.
Standardizing the nomenclature for clonal lineages of the sudden oak death pathogen, Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2009. , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Phytopathology 99:792-795.
Studies in the genetics of a new Phytophthora species associated with Sudden Oak Death in California. | Show full citation 2001. , , Phytopathology 91(6): S110.
Sudden oak death and associated diseases caused by Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2003. , , , , Plant Health Progress.
Sudden Oak Death and the future of California coastal forests. | Show full citation 2010. , Phytopathology 100: S167.
Sudden Oak Death in California. | Show full citation 2002. Proceedings: U.S. Department of Agriculture Interagency Research Forum on Gypsy Moth and Other Invasive Species, January 15-18, Annapolis, Maryland. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, 2001. General technical report NE: 300.
Sudden Oak Death in California: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape. | Show full citation 2002. , , , , , , , , , , Publication 7498, University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Sudden oak death syndrome fells three oak species. | Show full citation 2001. , , California Agriculture 55: 9–19.
Sudden oak death-caused changes to surface fuel loading and potential fire behavior in Douglas-fir-tanoak forests. | Show full citation 2011. , , , , , , Forest Ecology and Management 261 (11): 1973-1986.
Sudden oak death: endangering California and Oregon forest ecosystems. | Show full citation 2003. , Front. Ecol. Environ. 1(5): 197-204.
Sudden Oak Death: Host plants in forest ecosystems in California and Oregon. | Show full citation 2003. APS Sudden Oak Death Online Symposium, 21 April – 12 May 2003.
Summer survival of Phytophthora ramorum in California forests. | Show full citation 2007. , , , , , Phytopathology 97:S36.
Summer Survival of Phytophthora ramorum in Forest Soils. | Show full citation 2005. , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Surveying two Phytophthora species in California plant communities: Comparing an invasive with a native pathogen. | Show full citation 2003. , Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 88: 246.
Survival, dispersal, and soil-mediated suppression of Phytophthora ramorum in a California redwood-tanoak forest. | Show full citation 2009. , , Phytopathology 99:608-619.
Susceptibility of azalea (Rhododendron) to Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2002. , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium, 15-18 December 2002, Monterey, CA.
The effects of sudden oak death and wildfire on forest composition and dynamics in the Big Sur ecoregion of coastal California. | Show full citation 2012. , , , Proceedings of coast redwood forests in a changing California: A symposium for scientists and managers. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-238.
The Emergence of Phytophthora ramorum in North America and Europe. | Show full citation 2011. , , The National Academies Press. Appendix A, pages 312 – 324.
The novel interaction between Phytophthora ramorum and wildfire elicits elevated ambrosia beetle landing rates on tanoak, Notholithocarpus densiflorus. | Show full citation 2014. , , , Forest Ecology and Management 318: 21-33.
Transmission of Phytophthora associated with sudden oak death in California. | Show full citation 2001. , , Phytopathology 91: S108.
Transmission of Phytophthora ramorum in Mixed-Evergreen Forest in California. | Show full citation 2005. , , , , Phytopathology 95:587-596.
Viability of Phytophthora ramorum after passage through slugs. | Show full citation 2008. , , , Phytopathology 98: S121.
Wildfire and Forest Disease Interaction Lead to Greater Loss of Soil Nutrients and Carbon | Show full citation 2016 , , Oecologia. pp 1-12