NCEAS Project 12131

Distributed graduate seminar, economic impacts of non-native forest pests and pathogens in North America

  • Juliann E. Aukema

ActivityDatesFurther Information
Meeting5th—8th February 2008Participant List  

Abstract
The objective of this distributed graduate seminar is to determine the extent to which it is possible to quantify ecological and economic impacts of non-native forest pests and pathogens. The seminar will involve groups of students at seven universities around the United States. Each university-based seminar will have two leaders, an ecologist and an economist. Each university will select one to several forest pests or pathogens of local to regional concern. They will gather key data and evaluate ecological and economic impacts. We will bring together representatives from each university for a synthesis of results, modeling approaches, and data gaps.

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Presentations Ambrose, Mark; Bigsby, Kevin; Bauch, Simone; Wu, Y.; Sills, Erin; Tobin, Patrick. 2008. Estimating the cost of gypsy moth sex in the city (poster). Forest Health Monitoring Working Group Meeting, 11-15 February 2008. San Antonio, TX.
Presentations Ambrose, Mark; Bigsby, Kevin; Bauch, Simone; Wu, Y.; Sills, Erin; Tobin, Patrick. 2008. Gypsy moth sex in the city: Estimating costs and losses. World Conference on Natural Resource Modeling, 15-18 June 2008. Warsaw, Poland.
Presentations Ambrose, Mark; Bigsby, Kevin; Bauch, Simone; Wu, Y.; Sills, Erin; Tobin, Patrick. 2008. Gypsy moth sex in the city: Estimating costs and losses (poster). USDA Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species, 8-11January 2008. Annapolis, MD.
Presentations Aukema, Juliann E. 2007. Impacts of non-native forest pests and pathogens: Using economic analyses to inform policy responses. Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, 3 July 2007 . Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
Presentations Fierke, Melissa. 2008. Impacts of emerald ash borer and sirex noctillo in the northeastern US. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting; Milwaukee, WI Symposium: The Ecological and Economic Impacts of Non-native, Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens, 5 August 2008. Milwaukee, WI .
Presentations Haight, Robert G. 2008. Economic impacts of oak wilt. 20th USDA Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species, 14 January 2009. Annapolis, MD.
Presentations Haight, Robert G. 2009. Assessing the potential economic cost of emerald ash borer damage in the U.S.. 20th USDA Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species, 14 January 2009. Annapolis, MD.
Journal Article Haight, Robert G.; Homans, Frances R.; Horie, Tetsuya; Mehta, Shefali V.; Smith, David J.; Venette, Robert C. 2011. Assessing the cost of an invasive forest pathogen: A case study with oak wilt. Environmental Management. Vol: 47. Pages 506-517. (Online version)
Presentations Hall, Kim. 2008. Ecological and economic impacts of sudden oak death in Oregon with an emphasis on barrier zones and quarantines. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting; Milwaukee, WI Symposium: The Ecological and Economic Impacts of Non-native, Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens, 5 August 2008. Milwaukee, WI .
Presentations Holcombe, Tracy. 2008. Modeling white pine blister rust in the southern Rocky Mountains. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting; Milwaukee, WI Symposium: The Ecological and Economic Impacts of Non-native, Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens, 5 August 2008. Milwaukee, WI .
Presentations Holmes, Thomas P. 2009. Re-thinking the economics of forest invasive species. 20th USDA Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species, 14 January 2009. Annapolis, MD.
Presentations Kovacs, Kent F. 2009. The SOD facts of life: Property value damage from sudden oak death in Marin County, CA. 20th USDA Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species, 14 January 2009. Annapolis, MD.
Presentations Liebhold, Andrew M. 2008. Applying knowledge of forest insect population biology o develop strategies to manage invasions. 18th Tree Protection Cooperative Programme / Center of Excellence in Tree Health Biotechnology Annual Meeting, 13 May, 2008. Pretoria, South Africa.
Presentations Liebhold, Andrew M. 2008. Overview of strategies for managing the onslaught of pest invasions. Invasive Non-native Forest Pest Conference, 30 October 2008. Cornell University Department of Natural Resources. Ithaca, NY.
Presentations Liebhold, Andrew M. 2008. The onslaught of non-indigenous forest insects and pathogens and their consequences. Northeastern Ecosystem Research Cooperative, 12-13 November 2008. Durham, NH.
Presentations Nelson, Cara. 2008. Assessing ecologic and economic impacts of non-native forest insects and diseases: White pine blister rust as a case study. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting; Milwaukee, WI Symposium: The Ecological and Economic Impacts of Non-native, Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens, 5 August 2008. Milwaukee, WI .
Presentations Shaw, David. 2008. Synthesizing information on the ecological and economic effects of non-native forest pests and pathogens: Lessons learned. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting; Milwaukee, WI Symposium: The Ecological and Economic Impacts of Non-native, Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens, 5 August 2008. Milwaukee, WI .
Presentations Tobin, Patrick. 2008. The cost of gypsy moth sex in the city. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting; Milwaukee, WI Symposium: The Ecological and Economic Impacts of Non-native, Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens, 5 August 2008. Milwaukee, WI .
Presentations Venette, Robert C. 2008. Economic impact assessment for oak wilt in Minnesota. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting; Milwaukee, WI Symposium: The Ecological and Economic Impacts of Non-native, Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens, 5 August 2008. Milwaukee, WI .
Presentations Waring, Kristen. 2008. Southern and Mexican pine beetles and climate change: An assessment of potential ecological and economic effects of a range shift. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting; Milwaukee, WI Symposium: The Ecological and Economic Impacts of Non-native, Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens, 5 August 2008. Milwaukee, WI .
Journal Article Waring, Kristen; Reboletti, Danielle M.; Mork, Lauren A.; Huang, Ching-Hsun; Hofstetter, Richard W.; Garcia, Amanda M.; Fulé, Peter Z.; Davis, T. Seth. 2009. Modeling the impacts of two bark beetle species under a warming climate in the Southwestern USA: Ecological and economic consequences. Environmental Management. Vol: 44. Pages 824-835. (Online version)