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Results of forest insect and disease surveys in the southern region of Ontario, 1995

R. J. Sajan

Results of forest insect and disease surveys in the southern region of Ontario, 1995

forest districts, Aylmer, Cambridge, Midhurst, Maple, Tweed, and Kemptville

by R. J. Sajan

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Published by Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Great Lakes Forestry Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trees -- Diseases and pests -- Ontario.,
  • Forest insects -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.J. Sajan and B.E. Smith.
    SeriesInformation report -- O-X-456., Information report (Great Lakes Forestry Centre) -- O-X-456.
    ContributionsSmith, B. E., Great Lakes Forestry Centre.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16098261M
    ISBN 100662229754

    [toc:ul In this section] About insects and diseases Boreal forests are disturbance-driven and insect and disease outbreaks often occur on a large scale. These natural disturbances are essential to the productivity and renewal of forests. Insects Insects are an important variable in the life cycle of the boreal forest. Large insect outbreaks that occur regularly help to renew. of 11 centres (McGugan , Danks ) (Fig. 10). The Survey, renamed the Forest Insect and Disease Survey (FIDS), was in continuous operation until it was disbanded in All unknown or doubtful adult material, as well as a selection of specimens of better known species collected during this long-running survey, was sent to the Insect.

    + contributors cover the status of forest insect pests by region, pest management technology, the application of technology and equipment, operational control programs, and future challenges. /2 x11, p, 70 chapters, illustrations, color photos, information, such as Common Tree Diseases of British Columbia (E. Allen et al., ), A Field Guide to Forest Insect and Diseases of the Prairie Provinces (Y. Hiratsuka et al, ), and Tree and Shrub Insects of the Prairie Provinces (W.G.H. Ives and H.R. Wong, ), and .

    This report summarizes the results of the Aerial Overview Surveys, forest health operations, and research projects conducted in the southern interior of British Columbia. The aerial overview survey is performed annu - ally by the B.C. Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (FLNR) and details forest damage. Insects (91), dealt mainly with the damaging forest insects of Southeastern Alaska. Insects and Diseases of Alaskan Forests (, ) included disease agents and were a logical statewide expansion of Hard’s () earlier insect work. Since then, our information on forest insects and diseases of Alaska has increased tremendously ().


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Results of forest insect and disease surveys in the southern region of Ontario, 1995 by R. J. Sajan Download PDF EPUB FB2

RESULTS OF FOREST INSECT AND DISEASE SURVEYS IN THE CENTRAL REGION OF ONTARIO Forest Districts: Algonquin Park, Bancroft, North Bay, Parry Sound, Pembroke, Sault Ste.

Marie, Sudbury, and Temagami H.J. Evans; W.A. Ingram, P.M. Bolan, C.G. Jones, and S.G. Payne Natural Resources Canada Canadian Forest Service-Sault Ste.

Marie Great Lakes Cited by: 7. This report presents data collected by the Forest Insect and Disease Survey (FIDS) in on various insects, diseases and abiotic damage in ~he. Central Region of Ontario. Population levels of the gypsy moth increased this year, with moderate-to-severe defoliation mapped in Cambridge District for.

forest insect and disease surveys in the southeastern survey region, h. weir and w. Results of forest insect and disease surveys in the southern region of Ontario great lakes forest research centre sault ste. marie, ontario information report o-x-l94 canadian forestry service department of the environment april copies of this report may be obtained from director.

Abstract: Results of surveys in the North Central Region of Ontario ontario Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details are discussed under the headings: insects insects Subject Category: Organism Names see more details; tree diseases diseases Subject Category: Diseases, Disorders, and SymptomsAuthor: H.

Evans, S. Melbourne. In Newfoundland () a Melampsora sp. caused severe browning and premature leaf-fall of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides) in eastern and central areas. In the Maritimes region () Dutch elm disease (Ceratocystis ulmi) [map 36]. found for the 1st time in NS on 2 trees inwas found in 14 trees in Willow blight (Venturia saliciperda and Physalospora miyabeana.

Canada is host to a number of native and introduced forest insects that negatively affect the goods and services provided by forests. Some insects affect forests on a fairly predictable, ongoing. The combined Forest Insect and Disease Survey (FIDS) originated with the unification of the pre-existing Forest Insect Survey and the Forest Disease Survey, FIDS was an early national network within the Canadian Forestry Service, and its predecessors, to detect and monitor insect and disease conditions in Canada's forests.

Responsibilities. Hogg () found that the southern limit of the Canadian boreal forest in this region was accounted for by moisture deficits and possibly insect attacks. Forest tent caterpillar outbreaks are extremely regular and dramatic in Ontario: the affected area can increase from hundreds of hectares to millions in 2–3 years.

Trees, insects and diseases of Canada's forests In the database you will find images, information and descriptions provided by the Canadian Forest Service specialists and research scientists. In addition to the search tool, a variety of identification tools are available to help you find a specific insect, disease.

FOREST INSECT AND DISEASE SURVEYS IN THE ALGONQUIN REGION OF ONTARIO, H. WEIR AND V. JANSONS GREAT LAKES FOREST RESEARCH CENTRE SAULT STE.

MARIE, ONTARIO CANADIAN FORESTRY SERVICE DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT MARCH Copies of this report may be obtained from Information Office, Great Lakes Forest Research Centre.

Population studies of tree-defoliating insects in Canada: a century in review - Volume Supplement - R.C. Johns, L. Flaherty, D. Carleton, S. Edwards, A. Morrison. FOREST INSECT AND DISEASE SURVEYS IN THE EASTERN REGION OF ONTARIO, C. BARNES GREAT LAKES FOREST RESEARCH CENTRE SAULT STE.

MARIE, ONTARIO CANADIAN FORESTRY SERVICE DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT MARCH Copies of this report may be obtained from Information Office, Great Lakes Forest Research Centre, Canadian Forestry Service. access to its insect collection.

Disease samples were identified at the Ontario Forest Research Institute (OFRI). Results of the insect and disease collections were entered into the national database managed by CFS. Maps, tables, and graphs were produced from aerial surveys of major forest disturbances.

Forest pests and disease affect forest fuels and wildfire, by killing trees and other vegetation and making them more susceptible to ignition and severe Wildfire. Bark beetles related tree mortality has followed California's multi-year drought that began in and has been especially pronounced in the Southern Sierra Nevada where most of the.

Trees, insects and diseases of Canada's forests (database) Search the Trees, insects and diseases of Canada's forest s database for information on more than native tree and shrub species, and on almost insects and diseases found in Canada's forests.; Forest invasive alien species (portal) Find more information about forest invasive alien species, including lists and databases with.

Abstract. Oak decline is a widely distributed disease that results from an interacting set of factors in the Central Hardwood Region. Episodes of decline have been reported since before the turn of the twentieth century and from every state in the region. Forest Insect Pests in the Maritimes Region / L.P.

Magasi --Ch. Forest Insect Pests in the Quebec Region / D. Lachance --Ch. Forest Insect Pests in the Ontario Region / G.M. Howse --Ch. Forest Insect Pests in the Northwest Region / H.F. Cerezke and W.J.A. Volney --Ch. Forest Insect Pests in the Pacific and Yukon Region / G.A.

Van. Therefore consider the list below as a general indicator of the insects, bugs and spiders that may be found in a given state or province. There are a total of Ontario Insects ( Found) in the Insect Identification database. Entries are listed below in alphabetical order (A-to-Z).

You can always go back to the Insects by State Listing. If ecological or economic damage results in measurable impacts—such as a decline in ecosystem health or large reduction in the available wood fibre—then the insect or disease outbreak is seen as being a disturbance and active management intervention may be considered.

The challenge for forest resource managers is therefore two-fold. The Forest Insect and Disease Survey has not been a static organization since its formation. Several periods of development can be identified as follows. Following the appointment of the first full-time Canadian Government forest entomologist, a number of forest biologists collected and observed forest insects in combination.

This report provides an overview of the status of forest insect and pest conditions in New Brunswick (NB) inand highlights many of the pest management activities of the NB Department of Natural Resources' Forest Pest Management Group (FPMG).

It is not intended to itemize all details for each survey conducted, except where.Abolished, Apwith functions assigned to newly established Division of Forest Pest Control, redesignated Forest Pest Control Staff, Further redesignated Forest Insect and Disease Management Staff,and Forest Pest Management Staff, Textual Records: Reports of the Office of Blister Rust Control, Canada is host to a number of native and introduced forest insects that negatively affect the goods and services provided by forests.

Some insects affect forests on a fairly predictable, ongoing basis, while others have impacts that are intermittent, difficult to predict, and sometimes catastrophic.