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A case study of the spatial pattern of sudden oak death. | Show full citation 2010. , , Oikos, 119(3): 485-493.
Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Assessment of Population Diversity in California Bay (Umbellularia californica). | Show full citation 2005. , , , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
An emergent disease causes directional changes in forest species composition in coastal California. | Show full citation 2012 , , , , Ecosphere 3(10):86.
Apparent competition in canopy trees determined by pathogen transmission rather than susceptibility. | Show full citation 2010. , , Ecology 91(2):327–333.
California Forests Show Early Indications of Both Range Shifts and Local Persistence under Climate Change | Show full citation 2015 , , , , , Global Ecology and Biogeography
Citizen Science Helps Predict Risk of Emerging Infectious | Show full citation 2015 , , , , Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13: 189–194.
Common Factors Drive Disease and Coarse Woody Debris Dynamics in Forests Impacted by Sudden Oak Death. | Show full citation 2011. , , , Ecosystems
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.
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
Effects of landscape heterogeneity on the emerging forest disease sudden oak death. | Show full citation 2007. , Journal of Ecology 95: 364–375.
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.
Forest species diversity reduces disease risk in a generalist plant pathogen invasion. | Show full citation 2011. Ecology Letters
Host Phenology and Leaf Effects on Susceptibility of California Bay Laurel to Phytophthora ramorum | Show full citation 2016 , , , , Phytopathology 106: 47-55.
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.
Invasive species distribution modeling (iSDM): Are absence data and dispersal constraints needed to predict actual distributions? | Show full citation 2009. , Ecological Modelling 220(23): 3248–3258.
Landscape dynamics of the spread of sudden oak death. | Show full citation 2002. , Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 68(10): 1001-1009.
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
Landscape epidemiology of Phytopthora ramorum: Measuring, mapping, and modeling spread. | Show full citation 2009. Phytopathology 99: S163.
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.
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
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.
Perspectives of Spatial Scale in a Wildland Forest Epidemic | Show full citation 2014. , , , European Journal of Plant Pathology. 138:449–465.
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.
Predicting potential and actual distribution of sudden oak death in Oregon: Prioritizing landscape contexts for early detection and eradication of disease outbreaks. | Show full citation 2010. , , , , Forest Ecology and Management, 260(6): 1026-1035.
Predicting the economic costs and property value losses attributed to sudden oak death damage in California (2010-2020). | Show full citation 2011. , , , , , , Journal of Environmental Management 92:1292-1302.
Range-wide threats to a foundation tree species from disturbance interactions. | Show full citation 2013. , , , , , Madrono (In press)
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.
Susceptibility to Phytophthora ramorum in a key infectious host: landscape variation in host genotype, host phenotype, and environmental factors | Show full citation 2008 , , , , , , , New Phytologist 177: 756–766
Susceptibility to Phytophthora ramorum in a key infectious host: landscape variation in host genotype, host phenotype, and environmental factors. | Show full citation 2008. , , , , , , , New Phytologist 177: 756–766.
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 Role of Humans in the Dispersal and Spread of Phytophthora ramorum. | Show full citation 2005. , Sudden Oak Death Science Symposium II, 18-21 January 2005, Monterey, CA.
Wildfire and Forest Disease Interaction Lead to Greater Loss of Soil Nutrients and Carbon | Show full citation 2016 , , Oecologia. pp 1-12