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Title: Climate-based species distribution models for Armillaria solidipes in Wyoming: A preliminary assessment

Author: Hanna, John W.; Blodgett, James T.; Pitman, Eric W. I.; Ashiglar, Sarah M.; Lundquist, John E.; Kim, Mee-Sook; Ross-Davis, Amy L.; Klopfenstein, Ned B.;

Date: 2014

Source: In: Chadwick, K.; Palacios, P., comps. Proceedings of the 61st Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference; October 6-11, 2013; Waterton Lakes National Park; AB, Canada. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Protection. p. 117-120.

Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)

Description: As part of an ongoing project to predict Armillaria root disease in the Rocky Mountain zone, this project predicts suitable climate space (potential distribution) for A. solidipes in Wyoming and associated forest areas at risk to disease caused by this pathogen. Two bioclimatic models are being developed. One model is based solely on verified locations of A. solidipes in Wyoming and the other is based on verified locations throughout western North America (including Wyoming). Over time, additional surveys/samples from throughout the Rocky Mountain zone will be added to improve predictions and expand model coverage. Cumulative results will be used to develop habitat-specific management strategies to reduce impacts of Armillaria root disease. This information will be incorporated with other global data to further develop bioclimatic models for predicting A. solidipes-caused disease under various climate-change scenarios.

Keywords: Armillaria solidipes, Armillaria root disease, climate change

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Hanna, John W.; Blodgett, James T.; Pitman, Eric W. I.; Ashiglar, Sarah M.; Lundquist, John E.; Kim, Mee-Sook; Ross-Davis, Amy L.; Klopfenstein, Ned B. 2014. Climate-based species distribution models for Armillaria solidipes in Wyoming: A preliminary assessment. In: Chadwick, K.; Palacios, P., comps. Proceedings of the 61st Annual Western International Forest Disease Work Conference; October 6-11, 2013; Waterton Lakes National Park; AB, Canada. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Health Protection. p. 117-120.

 


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