EFFECTS OF FIRE ON TERRESTRIAL INVERTEBRATES


long horn beetle

We are currently synthesizing the available information regarding the Effects of Forest Fire on Terrestrial Invertebrates in the Northern Rockies. If you are aware of articles, reports, or books relevant to this region that are not listed here, please let us know (AUTHORS).






wood-boring beetle AVAILABLE LITERATURE:

Amman, G. D. 1977. The role of mountain pine beetle in lodgepole pine ecosystems: impact on succession. Pp. 3-15 in Proceedings in life sciences: the role of arthropods in forest ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York, USA.

Anderson, L., C. E. Carlson, and R. H. Wakimoto. 1987. Forest fire frequency and western spruce budworm outbreaks in western Montana. Forest Ecology and Management 22:251-60.

Christiansen, E., R. H. Waring, A. A. Berryman. 1987. Resistance of conifers to bark beetle attack: searching for general relationships. Forest Ecology and Management 22:89-106.

Evans, W. G. 1966. Perception of infrared radiation from forest fires by Melanophila acuminata DeGreer (Buprestidae: Coleoptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 59:873-877.

Fischer, W. C. 1980. Prescribed fire and bark beetle attack in ponderosa pine forests. Fire Management Notes 41:10-12.

Flieger, B. W. 1970. Forest fire and insects: the relation of fire to insect outbreak. Proceedings Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference 10:107-14.

Gara, R. I. 1988. Interactions between fires, fungi, mountain pine beetles, and lodgepole pine in south-central Oregon. The Northwest Environmental Journal 4:355-8.

Gibson, K., E. Leiser, and B. Ping. 1999. Bark beetle outbreaks following the Little Wolf Fire. USDA Forest Service Northern Region, Forest Health and Protection Report No. 99-7.

Kuglin, J. 1980. Beetles eat their way along Montana's backbone. Missoulian, January 17, p. 23.

McCullough, D. G., R. A Werner, and D. Neumann. 1998. Fire and insects in northern and boreal forest ecosystems of North America. Annual Review of Entomology 43:107-127.

Mitchell, R. G. 1990. Effects of prescribed fire on insect pests. Pp. 111-116 in J. D. Walstad, S. R. Radosevich, and D. V. Sandberg, editors, Natural and prescribed fire in Pacific Northwest forests. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon.

Molles, M. C. 1982. Trichopteran communities of streams with aspen and conifer forests: Long term structural change. Ecology 63:1-6.

Perez-Chavez, R. 1983. Forest fires as vectors of forest pests. Forestry Abstracts 44:568.


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