Dan L. Johnson
Dan L. Johnson
Professor of Environmental Science, University of Lethbridge
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Improved rate model of temperature-dependent development by arthropods
DJ Lactin, NJ Holliday, DL Johnson, R Craigen
Environmental entomology 24 (1), 68-75, 1995
6251995
Biological control of locusts and grasshoppers
CJ Lomer, RP Bateman, DL Johnson, J Langewald, M Thomas
Annual review of entomology 46 (1), 667-702, 2001
6122001
Global decomposition experiment shows soil animal impacts on decomposition are climate‐dependent
DH Wall, MA Bradford, MG ST. JOHN, JA Trofymow, V Behan‐Pelletier, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (11), 2661-2677, 2008
4322008
Improving overland flow routing by incorporating ancillary road data into digital elevation models
GD Duke, SW Kienzle, DL Johnson, JM Byrne
Journal of Spatial Hydrology 3 (2), 2003
3652003
Severe respiratory illness associated with enterovirus D68—Missouri and Illinois, 2014
CM Midgley, MA Jackson, R Selvarangan, G Turabelidze, E Obringer, ...
MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report 63 (36), 798-799, 2014
2602014
Influence of ultraviolet light protectants on persistence of the entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria bassiana
GD Inglis, MS Goettel, DL Johnson
Biological control 5 (4), 581-590, 1995
2211995
Effects of Temperature and Thermoregulation on Mycosis byBeauveria bassianain Grasshoppers
GD Inglis, DL Johnson, MS Goettel
Biological control 7 (2), 131-139, 1996
2121996
Severe respiratory illness associated with a nationwide outbreak of enterovirus D68 in the USA (2014): a descriptive epidemiological investigation
CM Midgley, JT Watson, WA Nix, AT Curns, SL Rogers, BA Brown, ...
The Lancet Respiratory medicine 3 (11), 879-887, 2015
1672015
Persistence of the entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria bassiana, on phylloplanes of crested wheatgrass and alfalfa
GD Inglis, MS Goettel, DL Johnson
Biological control 3 (4), 258-270, 1993
1521993
Effects of Temperature and Sunlight on Mycosis ( Beauveria bassiana ) (Hyphomycetes: Sympodulosporae) of Grasshoppers Under Field Conditions
GD Inglis, DL Johnson, MS Goettel
Environmental Entomology 26 (2), 400-409, 1997
1421997
Use of pathogen combinations to overcome the constraints of temperature on entomopathogenic hyphomycetes against grasshoppers
GD Inglis, DL Johnson, KJ Cheng, MS Goettel
Biological control 8 (2), 143-152, 1997
1121997
Effects of plant essential oils on immature and adult sweetpotato whitefly, Bemisia tabaci biotype B
NW Yang, AL Li, FH Wan, WX Liu, D Johnson
Crop protection 29 (10), 1200-1207, 2010
1092010
Reduction of grasshopper populations following field application of the fungus Beauveria bassiana
DL Johnson, MS Goettel
Biocontrol Science and Technology 3 (2), 165-175, 1993
881993
Safety and registration of microbial agents for control of grasshoppers and locusts
MS Goettel, ST Jaronski
The Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 129 (S171), 83-99, 1997
861997
Inbreeding in populations with overlapping generations
DL Johnson
Genetics 87 (3), 581-591, 1977
761977
Field and laboratory evaluation of two conidial batches of Beauveria bassiana (Balsamo) Vuillemin against grasshoppers
GD Inglis, DL Johnson, MS Goettel
The Canadian Entomologist 129 (1), 171-186, 1997
751997
Reduction of consumption by grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae) infected with Nosema locustae Canning (Microsporida: Nosematidae)
DL Johnson, E Pavlikova
Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 48 (2), 232-238, 1986
731986
Temperature-Dependent Feeding Rates of Melanoplus sanguinipes Nymphs (Orthoptera: Acrididae) Laboratory Trials
DJ Lactin, DL Johnson
Environmental Entomology 24 (5), 1291-1296, 1995
711995
The role of fungi in the control of grasshoppers
MS Goettel, DL Johnson, GD Inglis
Canadian Journal of Botany 73 (S1), 71-75, 1995
701995
Spatial and temporal computer analysis of insects and weather: grasshoppers and rainfall in Alberta
DL Johnson, A Worobec
The Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada 120 (S146), 33-48, 1988
671988
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