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2020 journal article

The Magnitude of Regional-Scale Tree Mortality Caused by the Invasive PathogenPhytophthora ramorum


By: R. Cobb*, S. Haas*, N. Kruskamp n, W. Dillon*, T. Swiecki*, D. Rizzo*, S. Frankel*, R. Meentemeyer n

author keywords: tree mortality; sudden oak death; landscape ecology; geographic disequilibrium; invasive species; disease
TL;DR: Estimated infection and mortality for the four most susceptible host species of Phytophthora ramorum, an invasive pathogen that drives the most important biological cause of tree mortality in a broad geographic region of coastal California and southwest Oregon, suggest that the disease will intensify in the coming decades. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 24, 2020

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