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Southeastern Naturalist Volume 13, Special Issue 6, 2014

Forest Impacts and Ecosystem Effects of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern US

Contents. Click on the hotlinked titles to view open-access first pages with abstracts.

Front cover  
Inside Front Cover  
Board of Editors/indicia page  
General Acknowledgments
i
Preface
Richard Baird
ii
RESEARCH ARTICLES  
Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in the Eastern United States: What Have We Learned?
Evan L. Preisser, Kelly L.F. Oten, and Fred P. Hain
1
Impacts and Management of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in National Parks of the Eastern United States
Scott R. Abella
16
Pattern and Rate of Decline of a Population of Carolina Hemlock (Tsuga caroliniana Engelm.) in North Carolina
Foster Levy and Elaine S. Walker
46
Forest Community Structure Differs, but not Ecosystem Processes, 25 Years after Eastern Hemlock Removal in an Accidental Experiment
Jenna M. Zukswert, Jesse Bellemare, Amy L. Rhodes, Theo Sweezy,Meredith Gallogly, Stephanie Acevedo, and Rebecca S. Taylor
61
Community Responses to Eastern Hemlock Loss Across a Latitudinal Gradient
Relena R. Ribbons
88
Predicting Bird Community Changes to Invasion of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in Kentucky
David R. Brown and Todd Weinka
104
The Relative Abundance of the Juvenile Phase of the Eastern Red-Spotted Newt at Harvard Forest Prior to the Arrival of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
Brooks G. Mathewson
117

Potential Social and Economic Impacts of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in Southern New England
Xiaoshu Li, Evan L. Preisser, Kevin J. Boyle, Thomas P. Holmes, Andrew Liebhold, and David Orwig

130
Understanding and Developing Resistance in Hemlocks to the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
Kelly L.F. Oten, Scott A. Merkle, Robert M. Jetton, Ben C. Smith, Mary E. Talley, and Fred P. Hain
147
Evaluation of Cold–Moist Stratification Treatments for Germinating Eastern and Carolina Hemlock Seeds for Ex Situ Gene Conservation
Robert M. Jetton, W. Andrew Whittier, and William S. Dvorak
168
Contamination Delays the Release of Laricobius osakensis for Biological Control of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid: Cryptic Diversity in Japanese Laricobius spp. and Colony-Purification Techniques
Melissa J. Fischer, Nathan P. Havill, Carrie S. Jubb, Sean W. Prosser, Brent D. Opell, Scott M. Salom, and Loke T. Kok
178
Fleshy Saprobic and Ectomycorrhizal Fungal Communities Associated with Healthy and Declining Eastern Hemlock Stands in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Richard Baird, C. Elizabeth Stokes, Alicia Wood-Jones, Mark Alexander, Clarence Watson, Glenn Taylor, Kristine Johnson, Thomas Remaley, and Susan Diehl
192
A Molecular Clone and Culture Inventory of the Root Fungal Community Associated with Eastern Hemlock in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Richard Baird, C. Elizabeth Stokes, Alicia Wood-Jones, Clarence Watson, Mark Alexander, Glenn Taylor, Kristine Johnson, Paul Threadgill, and Susan Diehl
219
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