Jonathan A. Cale
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No silver bullet: different soil handling techniques are useful for different research questions, exhibit differential type I and II error rates, and are sensitive to sampling …
JF Cahill Jr, JA Cale, J Karst, T Bao, GJ Pec, N Erbilgin
New Phytologist 216 (1), 11-14, 2017
Water-deficit and fungal infection can differentially affect the production of different classes of defense compounds in two host pines of mountain pine beetle
N Erbilgin, JA Cale, I Lusebrink, A Najar, JG Klutsch, P Sherwood, ...
Tree physiology 37 (3), 338-350, 2017
Bacteria influence mountain pine beetle brood development through interactions with symbiotic and antagonistic fungi: implications for climate-driven host range expansion
J Therrien, CJ Mason, JA Cale, A Adams, BH Aukema, CR Currie, ...
Oecologia 179 (2), 467-485, 2015
The impact of beech thickets on biodiversity
JA Cale, SA McNulty, SA Teale, JD Castello
Biological Invasions 15, 699-706, 2013
Beech bark disease in North America: over a century of research revisited
JA Cale, MT Garrison-Johnston, SA Teale, JD Castello
Forest Ecology and Management 394, 86-103, 2017
Weathering the storm: how lodgepole pine trees survive mountain pine beetle outbreaks
N Erbilgin, JA Cale, A Hussain, G Ishangulyyeva, JG Klutsch, A Najar, ...
Oecologia 184 (2), 469-478, 2017
New ecological and physiological dimensions of beech bark disease development in aftermath forests
JA Cale, SA Teale, MT Johnston, GL Boyer, KA Perri, JD Castello
Forest Ecology and Management 336, 99-108, 2015
Beech bark disease: spatial patterns of thicket formation and disease spread in an aftermath forest in the northeastern United States
LM Giencke, M Dovčiak, G Mountrakis, JA Cale, MJ Mitchell
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (9), 1042-1050, 2014
Beech bark disease: an evaluation of the predisposition hypothesis in an aftermath forest
JA Cale, SK Letkowski, SA Teale, JD Castello
Forest Pathology 42 (1), 52-56, 2012
Successful colonization of lodgepole pine trees by mountain pine beetle increased monoterpene production and exhausted carbohydrate reserves
M Roth, A Hussain, JA Cale, N Erbilgin
Journal of chemical ecology 44 (2), 209-214, 2018
Rapid monoterpene induction promotes the susceptibility of a novel host pine to mountain pine beetle colonization but not to beetle-vectored fungi
JA Cale, M Muskens, A Najar, G Ishangulyyeva, A Hussain, SS Kanekar, ...
Tree physiology 37 (12), 1597-1610, 2017
Fungal volatiles can act as carbon sources and semiochemicals to mediate interspecific interactions among bark beetle-associated fungal symbionts
JA Cale, RM Collignon, JG Klutsch, SS Kanekar, A Hussain, N Erbilgin
PloS one 11 (9), e0162197, 2016
Direction of interaction between mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) and resource-sharing wood-boring beetles depends on plant parasite infection
JG Klutsch, A Najar, JA Cale, N Erbilgin
Oecologia 182 (1), 1-12, 2016
Mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae) can produce its aggregation pheromone and complete brood development in naďve red pine (Pinus resinosa) under laboratory conditions
JA Cale, S Taft, A Najar, JG Klutsch, CC Hughes, JD Sweeney, N Erbilgin
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45 (12), 1873-1877, 2016
Scale insects, decay and canker fungi in A merican beech
JA Cale, AW Ashby, JL West, SA Teale, MT Johnston, JD Castello
Forest Pathology 45 (1), 71-75, 2015
A Quantitative Index of Forest Structural Sustainability
JA Cale, SA Teale, JL West, LI Zhang, DR Castello, P Devlin, JD Castello
Forests 5 (7), 1618-1634, 2014
Tree species with limited geographical ranges show extreme responses to ectomycorrhizas
J Karst, C Burns, JA Cale, PM Antunes, M Woods, LJ Lamit, JD Hoeksema, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 27 (7), 839-848, 2018
A blend of ethanol and (−)-α-pinene were highly attractive to native siricid woodwasps (Siricidae, Siricinae) infesting conifers of the Sierra Nevada and the Allegheny Mountains
N Erbilgin, JD Stein, RE Acciavatti, NE Gillette, SR Mori, K Bischel, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 43 (2), 172-179, 2017
Using structural sustainability for forest health monitoring and triage: Case study of a mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae)-impacted landscape
JA Cale, JG Klutsch, N Erbilgin, JF Negrón, JD Castello
Ecological indicators 70, 451-459, 2016
Trap trees: an effective method for monitoring mountain pine beetle activities in novel habitats
JG Klutsch, JA Cale, C Whitehouse, SS Kanekar, N Erbilgin
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 47 (10), 1432-1437, 2017
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