Isabel A. Munck

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Publications of Isabel A. Munck (9 listed):

Canadian Journal of Forest Research - Revue Canadienne de Recherche Forestière (2021) 51, 122-131
Rhys Brydon-Williams, I.A. Munck and H. Asbjornsen (2021)
Incidence and ecology of the chaga fungus (Inonotus obliquus) in hardwood New England – Acadian forests

Journal of Economic Entomology (2020) 113, 2758-2771
Marc F. DiGirolomo, Isabel A. Munck, Kevin J. Dodds and Jessica Cancelliere (2020)
Sap beetles (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) in oak forests of two northeastern states: A comparison of trapping methods and monitoring for phoretic fungi

Canadian Journal of Forest Research - Revue Canadienne de Recherche Forestière (2019) 49, 521-530
Kara K.L. Costanza, Mindy S. Crandall, Robert W. Rice, William H. Livingston, Isabel A. Munck and Kyle Lombard (2019)
Economic implications of a native tree disease, Caliciopsis canker, on the white pine (Pinus strobus) lumber industry in the northeastern United States

Phytopathology (2018) 108, 374-383
S.A. Wyka, C.D. McIntire, C. Smith, I.A. Munck, B.N. Rock, H. Asbjornsen and K.D. Broders (2018)
Effect of climatic variables on abundance and dispersal of Lecanosticta acicola spores and their impact on defoliation on eastern white pine

Plant Disease (2017) 101, p. 380 (Martin et al.)
D.K.H. Martin, R.M. Turcotte, T.M. Miller, I.A. Munck, S.G. Acimovic, A.M. Macias, C.M. Stauder and M.T. Kasson (2017)
First report of Diplodia corticola causing stem cankers and associated vascular occlusion of northern red oak (Quercus rubra) in West Virginia

Plant Disease (2015) 99, 1374-1382
Isabel A. Munck, Philippe Tanguay, Jennifer Weimer, Sara M. Villani and Kerik D. Cox (2015)
Impact of white pine blister rust on resistant cultivated Ribes and neighboring eastern white pine in New Hampshire

Forest Pathology (2010) 40, 58-63
I.A. Munck and G.R. Stanosz (2010)
Longevity of inoculum production by Diplodia pinea on red pine cones

Plant Disease (2009) 93, 81-86
Isabel A. Munck and Glen R. Stanosz (2009)
Quantification of conidia of Diplodia spp. extracted from red and jack pine cones

Forest Pathology (2008) 38, 196-202
I.A. Munck and G.R. Stanosz (2008)
Excised shoots of top-pruned red pine seedlings, a source of inoculum of the Diplodia blight pathogen