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Luoma D.L., Eberhart J.L..  2014.  Relationships between Swiss needle cast and ectomycorrhizal fungus diversity. Mycologia. 106:666-675.
Saffell B.J., Meinzer F.C., Woodruff D.R., Shaw D.C., Voelker S.L., Lachenbruch B., Falk K..  2014.  Seasonal carbohydrate dynamics and growth in Douglas-fir trees experiencing chronic, fungal-mediated reduction in functional leaf area. Tree Physiology.
Zhao J, Maguire D.A., Mainwaring D.B., Wehage J, Kanaskie A..  2014.  Thinning Mixed-Species Stands of Douglas-Fir and Western Hemlock in the Presence of Swiss Needle Cast: Guidelines Based on Relative Basal Area Growth of Individual Trees. Forest Science. 60(1)
Mainwaring D.B., Maguire D.A., Perakis S.S..  2014.  Three-year growth response of young Douglas-fir to nitrogen, calcium, phosphorus, and blended fertilizers in Oregon and Washington. Forest Ecology and Management. 327:178–188.
Saffell B.J., Meinzer F.C., Voelker S.L., Shaw D.C., Brooks J.R., Lachenbruch B., McKay J..  2014.  Tree-ring stable isotopes record the impact of a foliar fungal pathogen on CO2 assimilation and growth in Douglas-fir. Plant, Cell, and Environment.
Shaw D.C., 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 D.A., Mainwaring D.B., Kanaskie A..  2014.  Western hemlock growth response to increasing intensity of Swiss needle cast on Douglas-fir: changes in the dynamics of mixed-species stands. Forestry. 87:697–704.