Gregory M. Filip - Publications

Affiliations: 
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Area:
Plant Physiology, Plant Pathology, Microbiology

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2015 Filip GM, Bronson JJ, Chadwick KL, Filip JB, Frankel SJ, Goheen DJ, Goheen EM, Mori SR, Saavedra AL. Precommercial thinning in mixed-species conifer plantations affected by armillaria and heterobasidion root diseases in west-central oregon and washington: 30-year results Forest Science. 61: 914-925. DOI: 10.5849/forsci.14-121  0.4
2011 Kiser J, Morrell JJ, Filip G. Fungal colonization of coastal Douglas-fir following mechanical commercial thinning damage Forest Pathology. 41: 317-324. DOI: 10.1111/J.1439-0329.2010.00675.X  0.4
2011 Shaw DC, Filip GM, Kanaskie A, Maguire DA, Littke WA. 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.  0.4
2010 Filip GM, Maffei HM, Chadwick KL, Max TA. 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.  0.4
2009 Kangas M, Filip GM, Morrell JJ. Effect of fire charring on condition of ponderosa pine trees in Oregon as measured by longitudinal compression strength Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 24: 33-35. DOI: 10.1093/Wjaf/24.1.33  0.4
2009 Filip GM, Fitzgerald SA, Chadwick KL, Max TA. 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.  0.4
2007 Filip GM, Schmitt CL, Scott DW, Fitzgerald SA. Understanding and defining mortality in western conifer forests Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 22: 105-115.  0.4
2007 Filip GM, Maffei H, Chadwick KL. 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.  0.4
2006 Filip GM, Schmitt CL, Chadwick KL. 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.  0.4
2004 Filip GM, Ganio LM. 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. DOI: 10.1093/Wjaf/19.1.25  0.4
2004 Filip GM, Parks CG, Baker FA, Daniels SE. 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.  0.4
2003 Ferguson BA, Dreisbach TA, Parks CG, Filip GM, Schmitt CL. Coarse-scale population structure of pathogenic Armillaria species in a mixed-conifer forest in the Blue Mountains of northeast Oregon Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 33: 612-623. DOI: 10.1139/x03-065  0.4
2003 Manter DK, Winton LM, Filip GM, Stone JK. Assessment of swiss needle cast disease: Temporal and spatial investigations of fungal colonization and symptom severity Journal of Phytopathology. 151: 344-351. DOI: 10.1046/J.1439-0434.2003.00730.X  0.4
2003 Manter DK, Bond BJ, Kavanagh KL, Stone JK, Filip GM. 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. DOI: 10.1016/S0304-3800(03)00026-7  0.4
2003 Filip GM. Editorial policy Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 18: i.  0.4
2002 Filip GM, Ganio LM, Oester PT, Mason RR, Wickman BE. 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. DOI: 10.1093/Wjaf/17.3.122  0.4
2002 Brandeis TJ, Newton M, Filip GM, Cole EC. Cavity-nester habitat development in artificially made Douglas-fir snags Journal of Wildlife Management. 66: 625-633.  0.4
2001 Sullivan KF, Filip GM, Arena JV, Fitzgerald SA, Tesch SD. Incidence of infection and decay caused by Heterobasidion annosum in managed noble fir on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation, Oregon Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 16: 106-113. DOI: 10.1093/Wjaf/16.3.106  0.4
2000 Filip GM, Schmitt CL, Parks CG. Mortality of Mixed-Conifer Regeneration Surrounding Stumps Infected by Heterobasidion annosum 15-19 Years after Harvesting in Northeastern Oregon Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 15: 189-194. DOI: 10.1093/Wjaf/15.4.189  0.4
2000 Manter DK, Bond BJ, Kavanagh KL, Rosso PH, Filip GM. Pseudothecia of Swiss needle cast fungus, Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii, physically block stomata of Douglas fir, reducing CO2 assimilation New Phytologist. 148: 481-491. DOI: 10.1046/J.1469-8137.2000.00779.X  0.4
2000 Han HS, Kellogg LD, Filip GM, Brown TD. Scar closure and future timber value losses from thinning damage in western Oregon Forest Products Journal. 50: 36-42.  0.4
1999 Filip GM, Fitzgerald SA, Ganio LM. Precommercial Thinning in a Ponderosa Pine Stand Affected by Armillaria Root Disease in Central Oregon: 30 Years of Growth and Mortality Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 14: 144-148. DOI: 10.1093/Wjaf/14.3.144  0.4
1999 Filip GM, Rosso PH. Cypress mortality (mal del cipres) in the Patagonian Andes: Comparisons with similar forest diseases and declines in North America European Journal of Forest Pathology. 29: 89-96. DOI: 10.1046/j.1439-0329.1999.00133.x  0.4
1999 Marshall K, Filip GM. The relationship of Douglas-fir dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium douglasii) to stand conditions and plant associations in the southern Cascade Mountains, Oregon Northwest Science. 73: 301-311.  0.4
1998 Rhatigan RG, Morrell JJ, Filip GM. Toxicity of methyl bromide to four pathogenic fungi in larch heartwood Forest Products Journal. 48: 63-67.  0.4
1997 Filip GM, Yang-Erve L. Effects of prescibed burning on the viability of Armillaria ostoyae in mixed-conifer forest soils in the blue mountains of Oregon Northwest Science. 71: 137-144.  0.4
1996 Parry D, Filip GM, Willits SA, Parks CG. Lumber recovery and deterioration of beetle-killed and douglas-fir and grand fir in the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon General Technical Report - Us Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 0.4
1996 Filip GM, Morrell JJ. Importing pacific rim wood: Pest risks to domestic resources Journal of Forestry. 94: 22-26.  0.4
1996 Parry DL, Filip GM, Willits SA, Parks CG. Lumber recovery and deterioration of bettle-killed Douglas-fir and grand fir in the blue mountains of eastern Oregon Usda Forest Service - General Technical Report Pnw. X-24.  0.4
1995 Filip GM, Parks CA, Wickman BE, Mitchell RG. Tree wound dynamics in thinned and unthinned stands of grand fir, ponderosa pine, and lodgepole pine in eastern Oregon Northwest Science. 69: 276-283.  0.4
1995 Filip GM, Goheen DJ. Precommercial thinning in Pseudotsuga, Tsuga, and Abies stands affected by armillaria root disease: 10-year results Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 25: 817-823.  0.4
1994 Filip GM. Forest health decline in central Oregon: A 13-year case study Northwest Science. 68: 233-240.  0.4
1994 Hessburg PF, Mitchell RG, Filip GM. Historical and current roles of insects and pathogens in eastern Oregon and Washington forested landscapes General Technical Report - Us Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 0.4
1992 Filip GM, Parks CA, Starr GL. Incidence of wound-associated infection by Cytospora sp. in mountain alder, red-osier dogwood, and black hawthorn in Oregon Northwest Science. 66: 194-198.  0.4
1989 Filip GM, Goheen DJ, Johnson DW, Thompson JH. Precommercial thinning in a ponderosa pine stand affected by Armillaria root disease: 20 years of growth and mortality in central Oregon Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 4: 58-59.  0.4
1989 Filip GM, Bryant LD, Parks CA. Mass movement of river ice causes severe tree wounds along the Grande Ronde River in northeastern Oregon Northwest Science. 63: 211-213.  0.4
1989 Filip GM, Colbert JJ, Parks CA, Seidel KW. Effects of thinning on volume growth of western larch infected with dwarf mistletoe in northeastern Oregon Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 4: 143-145.  0.4
1987 Filip GM, Parks CA. Simultaneous infestation by dwarf mistletoe and western spruce budworm decreases growth of Douglas-fir in the Blue Mountains of Oregon Forest Science. 33: 767-773.  0.4
1984 Filip GM. Dwarf mistletoe and Cytospora canker decrease grand fir growth in central Oregon Forest Science. 30: 1071-1079.  0.4
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