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Winton L.M..  2001.  Phylogenetics, population genetics, molecular epidemiology, and pathogenicity of the Douglas-fir Swiss needle cast pathogen Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii. PhD
Winton L.M., Stone J.K., Hansen E.M..  2007.  The systematic position of Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii. Mycologia. 99:240-252.
Winton L.M., Hansen E.M., Stone J.K..  2006.  Population structure suggests reproductively isolated lineages of Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii. Mycologia. 98:781-791.
Winton L.M., Manter D.K., Stone J.K., Hansen E..  2003.  Comparison of biochemical, molecular and visual methods to quantify Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii in Douglas-fir foliage. Phytopathology. 93:121-126.
Winton L.M., Stone J.K., Watrud L.S., Hansen E.M..  2002.  Simultaneous one-tube quantification of host and pathogen DNA with real-time polymerase chain reaction. Phytopathology. 92:112-116.
Winton L.M., Stone J.K., Hansen E.M..  2007.  Polymorphic microsatellite markers for the Douglas-fir pathogen Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii, causal agent of Swiss needle cast disease. Molecular Ecology. 7:1125-1128.
Wilhelmi N.P., Shaw D.C., Harrington C.A., Clair J.B.St., Ganio L.M..  2017.  Climate of seed source affects susceptibility of coastal Douglas-fir to foliage diseases. Ecosphere. 8:e02011.
Weiskittel A.R., Maguire D.A., Monserud R.A..  2007.  Modeling crown structural responses to competing vegetation control, thinning, fertilization, and Swiss needle cast in coastal Douglas-fir of the Pacific Northwest, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 245:96-109.
Weiskittel A.R., Maguire D.A..  2007.  Response of Douglas-fir leaf area index and litterfall dynamics to Swiss needle cast in north coastal Oregon, USA. Annals of Forest Science. 64:121-132.
Weiskittel A.R., Maguire D.A., Garber S.M., 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.
Weiskittel A.R., Temesgen H., Wilson D.S., Maguire D.A..  2008.  Sources of within and between-stand variability in specific leaf area of three ecologically distinct conifer species. Annals of Forest Science. 65:103.
Weiskittel A.R., Maguire D.A., Monserud R.A..  2007.  Response of branch growth and mortality to silvicultural treatments in coastal Douglas-fir plantations: Implications for predicting tree growth. Forest Ecology and Management. 251:182-194.
Weiskittel A.R., Maguire D.A..  2006.  Branch surface area and its vertical distribution in coastal Douglas-fir. Trees. 20:657-667.
Weiskittel A.R..  2003.  Alterations in Douglas-fir crown structure, morphology and dynamics imposed by Swiss needle cast disease in the Oregon Coast Range. M.S.
Weiskittel A.R., Garber S.M., Johnson G.P., Maguire D.A., Monserud R.A..  2007.  Annualized diameter and height growth equations for Pacific Northwest plantation-grown Douglas-fir, western hemlock, and red alder. Forest Ecology and Management. 250:266-278.
Watt M.S., Stone J.K., Hood I.A., Palmer D.J..  2010.  Predicting the severity of Swiss needle cast on Douglas-fir under current and future climate in New Zealand. Forest Ecology and Management. 260:2232-2240.
Watt M.S., Stone J.K., Hood I.A., Manning L.K..  2011.  Using a climatic niche model to predict the direct and indirect impacts of climate change on the distribution of Douglas-fir in New Zealand. Global Change Biology. 17:3608–3619.
Waring R.H., Boyle J.R., Cromack, Jr. K., Maguire D.A., Kanaskie A..  2000.  Researchers offer new insights into Swiss needle cast. Western Forester. 45:10.