Gregory M. Filip

Affiliations: 
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Area:
Plant Physiology, Plant Pathology, Microbiology
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Shaw DC, Filip GM, Kanaskie A, et al. (2011) Managing an epidemic of swiss needle cast in the douglas-fir region of oregon: The role of the swiss needle cast cooperative Journal of Forestry. 109: 109-119
Filip GM, Maffei HM, Chadwick KL, et al. (2010) Armillaria root disease-caused tree mortality following silvicultural treatments (shelterwood or group selection) in an Oregon mixed-conifer forest: Insights from a 10-year case study Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 25: 136-143
Filip GM, Fitzgerald SA, Chadwick KL, et al. (2009) Thinning ponderosa pine affected by Armillaria root disease: 40 years of growth and mortality on an infected site in Central Oregon Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 24: 88-94
Filip GM, Maffei H, Chadwick KL. (2007) Forest health decline in a central Oregon mixed-conifer forest revisited after wildfire: A 25-year case study Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 22: 278-284
Filip GM, Schmitt CL, Chadwick KL. (2006) Incidence of Heterobasidion annosum in mixed-conifer natural regeneration surrounding large true fir stumps 20-25 Years after harvesting in Northeastern oregon Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 21: 178-184
Filip GM, Ganio LM. (2004) Early thinning in mixed-species plantations of Douglas-fir, hemlock, and true fir affected by Armillaria root disease in westcentral Oregon and Washington: 20 years results Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 19: 25-33
Filip GM, Parks CG, Baker FA, et al. (2004) Artificial inoculation of decay fungi into Douglas-fir with rifle or shotgun to produce wildlife trees in western Oregon Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 19: 211-215
Manter DK, Winton LM, Filip GM, et al. (2003) Assessment of swiss needle cast disease: Temporal and spatial investigations of fungal colonization and symptom severity Journal of Phytopathology. 151: 344-351
Manter DK, Bond BJ, Kavanagh KL, et al. (2003) Modelling the impacts of the foliar pathogen, Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii, on Douglas-fir physiology: Net canopy carbon assimilation, needle abscission and growth Ecological Modelling. 164: 211-226
Filip GM, Ganio LM, Oester PT, et al. (2002) Ten-year effect of fertilization on tree growth and mortality associated with Armillaria root disease, fir engravers, dwarf mistletoe, and western spruce budworm in northeastern Oregon Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 17: 122-128
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