Mountain Pine Beetle Epidemiology in Lodgepole Pine Les Safranyik

@inproceedings{Safranyik2004MountainPB,
  title={Mountain Pine Beetle Epidemiology in Lodgepole Pine Les Safranyik},
  author={Les Safranyik},
  year={2004}
}
The following brief synthesis of mountain pine beetle epidemiology is based on host-beetle interaction. In the first part I briefly describe the relationship between the dynamics of lodgepole pine and mountain pine beetle. The second part describes the phases in the infestation cycle and their main characteristics. This synthesis is based on published information on infestation behaviour in western Canada, augmented by personal experience relating to the subject area. Lodgepole pine stand… CONTINUE READING

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