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Evaluation Monitoring Funded Proposals


FY 2007 Base Evaluation Monitoring Proposals

FY 2007 Base Evaluation Monitoring Funded Projects (PDF)
Proposal No. Title Investigator  Year  Fund
All Years Proposals
INT Regional Projects  
INT-EM-07-01 Recent, Rapid, Severe Aspen Mortality in the Rocky Mountain Region Jim Worrall
1 of 3
NC Regional Projects


Assessment of Decline and Contributing Diseases in White Ash Stands in Michigan Gerard Adams
2 0f 3



Assessment and etiology of hickory (Carya spp.) decline in the mid-west and northeastern regions

Jennifer Juzwik and Linda Haugen

1 of 3


Relating Black Ash (Fraxinus nigra) Decline and Regeneration to Tree Age and Site Hydrology

 Brian Palik

1 of 2


Effects of an Exotic Disturbance and Silvicultural Management on Xylophagous Beetle Diversity in Northern Hardwood Ecosystems Holly A. Petrillo
1 of 2
NC-EM-07-04 Extent, Impacts, and Dynamics of Red Pine Defoliation by Jack Pine Budworm Kenneth F. Raffa
1 of 2
NE Regional Projects
NE-EM-07-01 Evaluating elevated levels of crown dieback among northern white-cedar (Thuja occidentalis) trees in Maine and Michigan KaDonna Randolph
1 of 2

Documenting the Distributions of Native (Rhododendron spp., Kalmia spp., and Lindera benzoin) and Exotic Interfering (Lonicera spp., Rosa multiflora, and Berberis thunbergii) Shrub species in West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania Forests along a Soil Fertility Gradient

Cynthia D. Huebner
1 of 2
NE-EM-07-05 Assessing the impact of Beech Bark Disease, on unmanaged, old-growth stands of the Beech-Hemlock forest type, as an indicator of the potential long-term outcome of management that promotes development of a northern hardwood forest type dominated by beech and hemlock (pre-European settlement conditions). Dr. Martin MacKenzie
1 of 1
SO Regional Projects
SO-EM-05-01 Validation of FHM/FIA data for predicting dogwood occurrence in conjunction with a dogwood anthracnose hazard risk rating system William E. Jones
3 of 3
SO-EM-06-03 The modeling drought effects on forest health in the southeast-An analysis at the sub-regional and regional Level Dr. William Bauerle
2 of 2
SO-EM-06-04 Regional oak decline-related and regular oak mortality predictions of extent and severity: including factor identification, and probability modeling. Martin A. Spetich,
Zhaofei Fan
2 of 2
$ 96,774
SO-EM-07-02 Carbon Estimation From Soil to Tree Tops in the U.S David C. Chojnacky
1 of 1
WC Regional Projects  


Yellow-cedar decline:  evaluating key landscape features of a climate-induced forest decline  Paul Hennon,
Dustin Wittwer
1 of 2
WC-EM-07-02 Assessment of aspen leaf miner distribution in Alaska using satellite imagery. John E. Lundquist. James Kruse
1 of 2
WC-EM-07-03 Evaluation Monitoring of Annosus Root Disease Impacts in Sporaxed and non-Sporaxed Conifer Stands in Southern California Recreation Sites Tom Smith
1 of 3



Evaluating Neonectria in Red Alder on State Lands in Western Washington: Extent, Severity, and Associated Ecological Conditions

Daniel Omdal

1 of 1


Improving the interpretation of lichen biomonitoring for nitric acid and ozone air pollution in the detection monitoring program

Dr. Pamela Padget
1 of 3
WC-EM-07-06 Willamette Valley Ponderosa Pine Insect and Disease Survey David Shaw
1 of 3


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