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Zhao, J, Maguire DA, Mainwaring DB, Kanaskie A. 2015. The effect of within-stand variation in Swiss needle cast intensity on Doulgas-fir stand dynamics. Forest Ecology and Management. 347:75-82.
Shaw, DC, Woolley T, Kanaskie A. 2014. Vertical Foliage Retention in Douglas-Fir Across Environmental Gradients of the Western Oregon Coast Range Influenced by Swiss Needle Cast. Northwest Science. 88(1):23-32.
Zhao, J, Maguire DA, Mainwaring DB, Kanaskie A. 2012. Climatic influences on needle cohort survival mediated by Swiss needle cast in coastal Douglas-fir. Trees. 26:1361-1371.
Zhao, J, Mainwaring DB, Maguire DA, Kanaskie A. 2011. Regional and annual trends in Douglas-fir foliage retention: Correlations with climatic variables. Forest Ecology and Management. 262:1872-1886.
Maguire, DA, Mainwaring DB, Kanaskie A. 2011. Ten-year growth and mortality in young Douglas-fir stands experiencing a range in Swiss needle cast severity. Can. J. For. Res.. 41:2064–2076.
Stone, JK, Reeser PW, Kanaskie A. 2007. Fungicidal suppression of Swiss needle cast and pathogen reinvasion in a 20-year-old Douglas-fir stand in Oregon. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 22(4):248-252.
Weiskittel, AR, Maguire DA, Garber SM, Kanaskie A. 2006. Influence of Swiss needle cast on foliage age class structure and vertical distribution in Douglas fir plantations of north coastal Oregon. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 36:1497-1508.
Mainwaring, DB, Maguire DA, Kanaskie A, Brandt J. 2005. Growth responses to commercial thinning in Douglas-fir stands with varying intensity of Swiss needle cast. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 35:2394-2402.
Johnson, GR, Gartner BL, Maguire D, Kanaskie A. 2003. Influence of Bravo fungicide applications on wood density and moisture content of Swiss needle cast affected Douglas-fir trees. Forest Ecology and Management. 186:339-348.
Maguire, DA, Kanaskie A. 2002. The ratio of live crown length to sapwood area as a measure of crown sparseness. Forest Science. 48:93-100.