Forest Health Bibliography

Articles I-J

Idso, K. E., and S. B. Idso, Plant responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment in the face of environmental constraints: A review of the past 10 years' research, Agricultural and Forest Meteorol., 69, 153-203, 1994.

Idso, S. B., and B. A. Kimball, Tree growth is carbon dioxide enriched air and its implications for global carbon cycling and maximum levels of atmospheric CO2, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 7, 537-555, 1993.

Ineson, P., Forest soil biology: Impossible challenge or open market?, in A. Teller, P. Mathy, and J. N. R. Jeffers, eds., Responses of Forest Ecosystems to Environmental Changes, Elsevier Applied Science, New York, 165-175, 1992.

Ineson, P., and J. M. Anderson, Effect of collembolan grazing on nitrogen and cation leaching from decomposing leaf litter, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 14, 601-605, 1982.

Ingestad, T., New concepts on soil fertility and plant nutrition as illustrated by research on forest trees and stands, Geoderma, 40, 237-352, 1987.

Ingestad, T., and G. I. Ågren, Theories and methods on plant nutrition and growth, Physiologia Plantarum, 84, 177-184, 1992.

Ingestad, T., and G. I. Ågren, Plant nutrition and growth: Basic principles, Plant and Soil, 168-169, 15-20, 1995.

Innes, J. L., Forest condition and air pollution in the United Kingdom, For. Ecol. and Management, 51, 17-27, 1992.

Innes, J. L., Observations on the condition of beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) in Britain in 1990, Forestry, 65, 35-60, 1992.

Innes, J. L., Stress combinations in forests, in T. Schneider, ed., Acidification Research, Evaluation and Policy Applications, Elsevier Science Pub., 87-96, 1992.

Innes, J. L., Methods to estimate forest health, Silva Fennica, 27, 145-157, 1993.

Innes, J. L., Some factors affecting the crown density of trees in Great Britain based on recent annual surveys of forest condition, in Huettl and Mueller-Dombois, eds., Forest Decline in the Atlantic and Pacific Region, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 40-53, 1993.

Innes, J. L., Climatic sensitivity of temperate forests, Environ. Pollut., 83, 237-243, 1994.

Innes, J. L., The occurrence of flowering and fruiting on individual trees over 3 years and their effects on subsequent crown condition, Trees, 8, 139-150, 1994.

Innes, J. L., Influence of air pollution on the foliar nutrition of conifers in Great Britain, Environ. Pollut., 88, 183-192, 1995.

Innes, J. L., and E. R. Cook, Tree-ring analysis as an aid to evaluating the effects of pollution on tree growth, Can. J. For. Res., 19, 1174-1189, 1989.

Innes, J. L., G. Landmann, and B. Mettendorf, Consistency of observations of forest tree defoliation in three European countries, Environ. Monitoring and Assess., 25, 29-40, 1993.

Innes, J. L., and R. J. Whittaker, Relationships between the crown condition of Sitka and Norway spruce and the environment in Great Britain: an exploratory analysis, J. Appl. Ecol., 30, 341-360, 1993.

Innes, J. L., and A. Schwyzer, Stem damage in Swiss forests: Incidence, causes and relations to crown transparency, Eur. J. For. Path., 24, 20-31, 1994.

Jacobson, J. S., Ozone and the growth and productivity of agricultural crop, in M. H. Unsworth and D. F. Ormrod, eds., Effects of Gaseous Air Pollution in Agriculture and Horticulture, Butterworth Scientific, London, 293-304, 1982.

Jacobson, J. S., T. Bethard, L. I. Heller, and J. P. Lassoie, Response of Picea rubens seedlings to intermittent mist varying in acidity, and in concentrations of sulfur- and nitrogen-containing pollutants, Physiologia Plantarum, 78, 595-601, 1990.

Jacobson, J. S., L. I. Heller, K. E. Yamada, J. F. Osmeloski, T. Bethard, and J. P. Lassoie, Foliar injury and growth response of red spruce to sulfate and nitrate acidic mist, Can. J. For. Res., 20, 58-65, 1990.

Jacobson, J. S., L. I. Heller, S. J. L'Hirondelle, and J. P. Lassoie, Phenology and cold tolerance of Picea rubens Sarg. seedlings exposed to sulfuric and nitric acid mist, Scand. J. For. Res., 7, 331-344, 1992.

Jakucs, P., Ecological approach to forest decay in Hungary, Ambio, 17, 267-274, 1988.

James, B. R., and S. J. Riha, Soluble aluminum in acidified organic horizons of forest soils, Can. J. Soil Sci., 64, 637-646, 1984.

James, B. R., and S. J. Riha, pH buffering in forest soil organic horizons: Relevance to acid precipitation, J. Environ. Qual., 15, 229-234, 1986.

James, B. R., and S. J. Riha, Forest soil organic horizon acidification: Effects of temperature, time, and solution/soil ratio, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 51, 458-462, 1987.

James, B. R., and S. J. Riha, Aluminum leaching by mineral acids in forest soils: I. Nitric-sulfuric acid differences, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 53, 259-264, 1989.

James, B. R., and S. J. Riha, Aluminum leaching by mineral acids in forests soils: II. Role of the forest floor, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 53, 264-269, 1989.

Janhunen, S., V. Palomäki, and T. Holopainen, Aluminum causes nutrient imbalance and structural changes in the needles of Scots pine without inducing clear root injuries, Trees, 9, 134-142, 1995.

Jeffords, M. R., and A. G. Endress, A possible role of ozone in tree defoliation by the Gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantridae), Environ. Entomol., 13, 1249-1252, 1984.

Jenkins, M. A., and S. G. Pallardy, The influence of drought on red oak group species growth and mortality in the Missouri Ozarks, Can. J. For. Res., 25, 1119-1127, 1995.

Jensen, K. F., and L. S. Dochinger, Response of eastern hardwood species to ozone, sulfur dioxide and acid precipitation, J. Air Pollut. Control Assoc., 39, 852-855, 1989.

Johnson, A. H., The role of abiotic stresses in the decline of red spruce in high elevation forests of the eastern United States, Annu. Rev. Phytopahtol., 30, 349-367, 1992.

Johnson, A. H., A. J. Friedland, and T. C. Siccama, Recent changes in the growth of forest trees in the northeastern United States, in Air Pollution and the Productivity of the Forest, Washington, DC, spons. by the Izaak Walton League of American, 121-141, Oct. 4-5, 1983.

Johnson, A. H., and T. J. Siccama, Acid deposition and forest decline, Environ. Sci. Technol., 17, 294A-305A, 1983.

Johnson, A. H., T. G. Siccama, R. S. Turner, and D. G. Lord, Assessing the possibility of a link between acid precipitation and decreased growth rates of trees in the northeastern United States, Ch. 7 in Linthurst, Direct and Indirect Effects of Acidic Deposition on Vegetation, Butterworth Pub., Boston, 81-95, 1984.

Johnson, A. H., E. R. Cook, and T. G. Siccama, Climate and red spruce growth and decline in the northern Appalachians, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 85, 5369-5373, 1988.

Johnson, A. H., S. B. Andersen, and T. G. Siccama, Acid rain and soils of the Adirondacks. I. Changes in pH and available calcium, 1930-1984, Can. J. For. Res., 24, 39-45, 1994.

Johnson, A. H., T. N. Schwartzman, J. J. Battles, R. Miller, A. J. Friedland, and D. R. Vann, Acid rain and soils of the Adirondacks. II. Evaluation of calcium and aluminum as causes of red spruce decline at Whiteface Mountain, New York, Can. J. For. Res., 24, 654-662, 1994.

Johnson, A. H., A. J. Friedland, E. K. Miller, and T. G. Siccama, Acid rain and soils of the Adirondacks. III. Rates of soil acidification in a montane spruce-fir forest at Whiteface Mountain, New York, Can. J. For. Res., 24, 663-669, 1994.

Johnson, D. W., Temporal patterns in beech forest soil solutions: Field and model results compared, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 59, 1732-1740, 1995.

Johnson, D. W., D. D. Richter, G. M. Lovett, and S. E. Lindberg, The effects of atmospheric deposition on potassium, calcium, and magnesium cycling in two deciduous forests, Can. J. For. Res., 15, 773-782, 1985.

Johnson, D. W., J. M. Kelly, W. T. Swank, D. W. Cole, H. van Miegroet, J. W. Hornbeck, R. S. Pierce, and D. van Lear, The effects of leaching and whole-tree harvesting on cation budgets of several forests, J. Environ. Qual., 17, 418-424, 1988.

Johnson, D. W., H. Van Miegroet, S. E. Lindberg, R. B. Harrison, and D. E. Todd, Nutrient cycling in red spruce forests of the Great Smoky Mountains, Can. J. For. Res., 21, 767-787, 1991.

Johnson, J. D., D. P. Byres, and T. J. Dean, Diurnal water relations and gas exchange of two slash pine (Pinus elliottii) families exposed to chronic ozone levels and acidic rain, New. Phytol., 131, 381-392, 1995.

Johnson, L. F., and C. R. Billow, Spectrometric estimation of total nitrogen concentration in Douglas-fir foliage, Int. J. Remote Sens., 17, 489-500, 1996.

Jokela, A., J. Bäck, S. Huttunen, and R. Jalkanen, Excess nitrogen fertilization and the structure of Scots pine needles, Eur. J. For. Path., 25, 109-124, 1995.

Jokela, E. J., E. H. White, and J. V. Berglund, Predicting Norway spruce growth from soil and topographic properties in New York, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 52, 809-815, 1988.

Jonas, P. R., R. J. Charlson, and H. Rodhe,

Ch. 3 in Climate Change 1994, Cambridge U. Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 127-162, 1995.

Jones, A., D. L. Roberts, and A. Slingo, A climate model study of indirect radiative forcing by anthropogenic sulphate aerosols, Nature, 370, 450-453, 1994.

Jones, C. G., and J. S. Coleman, Biochemical indicators of air pollution effects in tress: Unambiguous signals based on secondary metabolites and nitrogen in fast-growing species?, in Biologic Markers of Air-Pollution Stress and Damage in Forests, National Academy Press, 261-273, 1989.

Jones, C. G., and J. S. Coleman, Plant stress and insect herbivory: Toward an integrated perspective, in H. A. Mooney, W. E. Winner, and E. J. Pell, eds., Response of Plants to Multiple Stresses, Academic Press, San Diego, 249-279, 1991.

Jones, C. G., J. S. Coleman, and S. Findlay, Effects of ozone on interactions between plants, consumers and decomposers, Ch. 18 in R. G. Alscher and A. Wellburn, eds., Plant Responses to the Gaseous Environment, Chapman & Hall, London, 339-363, 1994.

Jones, E. A., D. D. Reed, G. D. Mroz, H. O. Liechty, and P. J. Cattelino, Climate stress as a precursor to forest decline: Paper birch in northern Michigan, 1985-1990, Can. J. For. Res., 23, 229-233, 1993.

Jordan, T. E., D. L. Correll, D. E. Weller, and N. M. Goff, Temporal variation in precipitation chemistry on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, Water, Air, and Soil Pollut., 83, 263-284, 1995.

Joslin, J. D., P. A. Mays, M. H. Wolfe, J. M. Kelly, R. W. Garber, and P. F. Brewer, Chemistry of tension lysimeter water and lateral flow in spruce and hardwood stands, J. Environ. Qual., 16, 152-160, 1987.

Joslin, J. D., and M. H. Wolfe, Responses of red spruce seedlings to changes in soil aluminum in six amended forest soil horizons, Can. J. For. Res., 18, 1614-1623, 1988.

Joslin, J. D., and M. H. Wolfe, Aluminum effects on northern red oak seedling growth in six forest soil horizons, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 53, 274-281, 1989.

Joslin, J. D., J. M. Kelly, and H. Van Miegroet, Soil chemistry and nutrition of North American spruce-fir stands: Evidence for recent change, J. Environ. Qual., 21, 12-30, 1992.

Julkunen-Tiitto, R., J. Tahvanainen, and J. Silvola, Increased CO2 and nutrient status changes affect phytomass and the production of plant defensive secondary chemical in Salix myrsinifolia (Salisb.), Oecologia, 95, 495-498, 1993.

Julkunen-Tiitto, R., A. Lavola, and P. Kainulainen, Does SO2 fumigation change the chemical defense of woody plants: The effect of short-term SO2 fumigation on the metabolism of deciduous Salix myrsinifolia plants, Water, Air and Soil Pollut., 82, in press, 1995.

Jung, Th., and H. Blaschke, Phytophthora root rot in declining forest trees, Proc. of BIOFOSP, Ljubljana, 153-157, Aug. 22-31, 1995.

Jung, T., Blaschke, H. and P. Neumann, Isolation, identification and pathogenicity of Phytophthora species from declining oak stands, Eur. J. For. Path., 26, 253-272, 1996.


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