Forstschutz Aktuell 55/2012 Vergrößern

Forstschutz Aktuell 55/2012

Steyrer G., Tomiczek Ch., Hoch G., Lackner Ch. [Red.]: Proceedings of the Third Meeting of Forest Protection and Forest Phytosanitary Experts, October 14-16, 2009.





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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • Tomiczek, Ch.: Preface
  • Kunca, A., Zubrik, M., Leontovyc, R., u.a.: Major Forest Damaging Agents in Slovakia
  • Delb, H.: The Current Forest Protection Situation in the Southwest of Germany
  • Lobinger, G.: Current Health Situation of Oak in Bavaria
  • Barklund, P.: Current Disease Status in Swedish Forests
  • Thomsen, I.M.; Skogsgaard, J.P.: Silvicultural Strategies for Forest Stands with Ash Dieback
  • Salvadori, C., Maresi, G., Pederazzoli, F., Bitussi, D.: Forest Protection Situation in Trentino (Northeastern Italy) in 2008-2009
  • Ogris, N.: Recent Outbreaks of Gremmeniella abietina in Slovenia
  • Franjević, M.; Pernek, M.; Hra¿ovec, B.: Bark Beetle Populations in Croatia in 2008-2009 ¿ Monitoring Data and Research Observations
  • Lindelöw, A.: Introduced or Overlooked? New Bark Beetle Species in Sweden (Coleoptera; Curculionidae)
  • Csóka,G.; Hirka, A.; Szabóky C.: Newest Uninvited Insect Guests in the Hungarian Forests
  • Jurc, M.; Repe, A.: Some New Immigrant Phytophagous Insects on Woody Plants in Slovenia
  • Benker, U.: Monochamus alternatus ¿ the Next Alien Causing Trouble
  • Vukadin, A.;  Hra¿ovec, B.: Citrus Longhorn Beetle Situation in Croatia ¿ Two Years after the First Discovery
  • Scholz, M.; Schütz, S.: Trace Analytical and Electroantennographic Examination of Volatiles Released by Potential Host Trees and Volatiles Induced by Anoplophora glabripennis Infestation
  • Hoyer-Tomiczek, U.; Sauseng, G.: Alternative Detection Method for ALB and CLB
  • Maspero,M.; Jucker, C.; Hérard, F.; Smith, M.T.; Colombo, M.: beniamino CavaGna and marianGela Ciampitti Research on Anoplophora chinensis in Lombardy (Italy)
  • Solheim, H.; timmermann, v: TalGø, V.;  Røsberg, I.: Ash Dieback in Norway
  • Schuhmacher, J.;  Leonhard, S.;  Strasser, L.; Kehr, R.: Ash Dieback ¿ Situation in Bavaria and Germany
  • Cech, Th.; Kessler, M.;  Brandstetter, M.: Monitoring of Ash Dieback in Austria
  • Koltay, A.; Szabó, I.;  Janik, G.: Ash Dieback in Hungary
  • Hauptman, T.; Ogris, N.;  Jurc, D.: Ash Dieback in Slovenia
  • Nielsen, L.R.;  McKinney, L.v.; , Hansen, J.K.;  Thomsen, I.M.;  Kjær, E.D.: Genetic Variation in Susceptibility to Ash Dieback
  • Vasaitis, R.:  Current Research on Dieback of Fraxinus excelsior in Northern Europe
  • Holu¿a, J.;  Luká¿ová, K.;  Grodzki, W.: Pathogens of Ips cembrae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) in the Czech Republic and Poland: a Preliminary Study
  • List of oral presentations
  • List of poster presentations
  • List of participants

Abstract

Native pests and diseases, invasive alien species and especially the problems with ash dieback were again the reason of an expert meeting at the Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (BFW) which was held from 14th to 16th October 2009 in Vienna. For this occasion 66 participants from 16 Central, South and North European countries and Turkey took the opportunity for an exchange of information. As practiced during the two meetings before, most of the time was dedicated
to discussions and informal talks. Papers of the oral and poster presentations are provided in this issue.