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Drainage, drought, defoliation, and death in unmanaged Connecticut forests

by Stephens, George Robert

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Published by Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in New Haven .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Connecticut.
    • Subjects:
    • Forests and forestry -- Connecticut

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 49.

      Statement[by] G. R. Stephens and D. E. Hill.
      SeriesBulletin 718 of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, Bulletin (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 718.
      ContributionsHill, David E. 1929- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD144.C8 S73
      The Physical Object
      Pagination50 p.
      Number of Pages50
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5029367M
      LC Control Number73636602

      Oak decline in upland hardwood and mixed oak-pine forests is a disease complex involving environmental stressors, often drought, root diseases such as are caused by Armillaria spp., insect pests of opportunity such as the two-lined chestnut borer, introduced pests such as the Japanese beetle and Asiatic oak weevil, and physiological maturity of.   California’s Drought Killed Almost Million Trees The forests were too dense and temperatures were much higher than in previous droughts, exhausting water supplies and leading to Author: Jason Daley.

        The United States Drought Monitor just elevated the northwestern part of Connecticut to an extreme drought level. The area includes Litchfield, Hartford and parts of New Haven county.   The drought in the American southwest triggered a widespread die-off of forests around the region. A team of scientists developed a new modeling tool to .

      Symptoms of drought stress can be seen on many woody plants in landscapes, woodlots, and forests throughout the state. And as we entered the growing season, Connecticut residents had many questions and concerns about the drought situation. Although the official "drought advisory" for Connecticut was lifted by the Department of.   Drought Advisories have been declared in , , and , while the just-ended drought was the first time the state issued a Drought Watch in accordance with the State Drought Author: Alfred Branch.


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Stephens, George Robert, Hill, David E. (David Easton), Publication Details. Search Inside This Book:Cited by: 9. FRONTIERS OF PLANT SCIENCE A TERPILLARS of the gypsy moth and snow-white linden moth cut a wide swath across the Connecticut countryside inbreaking all previous records of defoliation.

Someacres of woodland or about one-third of the state's total forested land were noticeably consumed. Infestations exceedingacres were pre. Request PDF | Drought, disease, defoliation and death: Forest pathogens as agents of past vegetation change | The temperate and boreal forests of Europe.

Defoliation, Hardwoods, Trees, Forests and forestry Publisher New Haven, Conn.: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Collection uconn_libraries; americana Digitizing sponsor LYRASIS members and Sloan Foundation Contributor University of Connecticut Libraries Language EnglishPages: Drought in Connecticut from - The U.S.

Drought Monitor started in Sincethe longest duration of drought (D1-D4) in Connecticut lasted 46 weeks beginning on J and ending on May 2, The most intense period of drought occurred the week of Novem where D3 affected % of Connecticut land. The drought in the American southwest triggered a widespread die-off of forests around the region.

A Carnegie-led team of scientists developed a. In a very real and paradoxical way, the future of Connecticut’s forests is tied directly to the future of Connecticut’s cities. If we strive to create cities that are a joy to live in, maybe the desire to build a home in the forest will decrease – and the forests of Connecticut will continue to endure.

Think about by: 9. Drainage, drought, defoliation, and death in unmanaged Connecticut forests / By George Robert Stephens and David E. (David Easton) Hill Topics: Connecticut, Forests and forestryCited by: 9. Worsening drought conditions may be doing more damage to forests in California and throughout the West than their ecosystems can handle, causing a spiral of death that could have a devastating.

Stephens GR, Hill DE () Drainage, drought, defoliation and death in unmanaged conneticut forests. Con Agric Exp For Stn bull Stringer JW, Kimmerer TW, Overstreet JB () Oak mortality in by:   Drought affects the ability of forests to continue these important functions.

In areas of the U.S. that experience seasonal drought on a regular basis, forest and stream ecosystems are often able to adapt to the hydrologic changes that take place, but severe or long lasting drought can push systems to the breaking point. Historic drought stalks the state and New York State has four regions where conditions range from drought watch to drought emergency.

In Connecticut. Research and Conservation Publications Conducted in Part or Exclusively. at The White Memorial Foundation, Stand dynamics in Connecticut forests: the New-Series plots ().

drought, defoliation, and death in unmanaged Connecticut forests. Conn. Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull. Gorski, L. Banding the two song forms of. DEFOLIATION AND MORTALITY IN CONNECTICUT FORESTS By George R. Stephens Again severe defoliation of portions of Connnecticut's hardwood forest by caterpil- lars and the prospect for continued defolia- tion in many areas threatens the forest.

Many will ask what effect the defoliation. INTRODUCTION Defoliation of forests by insects is a ubiquitous problem which has been studied in many systems (Kulman, ). Assessments of damage caused by forest defoliators must include the many ways in which forests are changed by defoliation (AKaroStarkSchowalter and.

Connecticut Coastal Planting Guide 4 Within Connecticut, any area below mean high water is directly subject to state regulation under the Connecticut Coastal Management Act. Any work or planting in or near a tidal wetland or watercourse, or within the Coastal Zone, may require a state Size: KB.

The catchment became nitrogen-saturated (changing from stage 1 to 2) in /, possibly because of declining forest growth rates due to the summer drought, defoliation of Japanese red.

Duke University. (, August 19). Drought implicated in slow death of trees in Southeast's forests: Damage from drought can kill trees a decade later.

ScienceDaily.The U.S. Drought Monitor started in Sincethe longest duration of drought (D1-D4) in Connecticut lasted 46 weeks beginning on J and ending on May 2, The most intense period of drought occurred the week of Novem where D3 affected % of Connecticut .DROUGHT IN THE SOUTHWEST, EFFECTS OF DROUGHT IN BASINS OF INTERIOR DRAINAGE By H.

E. THOMAS and others ABSTRACT The effects of the recent drought have varied widely in the Southwestern basins of interior drainage which include, in addition to the Great Basin of Nevada, Utah, and CaliforniaAuthor: H.E.

Thomas.