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  • Hancock, J.E.; Arthur, M.E.; Weathers, K.C.; Lovett, G.M. (Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2008)
    This study shows shifting tree species composition/dominance (and associated ecosystem processes) following varying degrees of beech bark disease at high-elevation plots in the West Kill – Stony Clove watersheds.
  • Zimmerman, C. (Eastern New York Chapter – The Nature Conservancy, 2007)
    This TNC report presents the results of a trailhead/trail surveys in the Catskill Mountains for the invasive garlic mustard. The goals of this study were to determine if garlic mustard was present at trailhead parking ...
  • Griffin, J.M.; Lovett, G.M.; Arthur, M.A.; Weathers, K.C. (Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2003)
    Surveys done between 1997 and 2000 denote significant presence of beech bark disease within Catskill Mountain watersheds. The article provides historical reference to distribution and abundance of both the tree species and ...
  • Cornell University (The New York Invasive Species Clearinghouse, 2011)
    This is a Cornell Cooperative Extension website providing various forms of information about the emerald ash borer including biology, identification, hosts, signs and symptoms, management and control, and other resources.
  • Mills, E.L.; Scheuerell, M.D.; Strayer, D.L.; Carlton, J.T. (Estuaries, 1996)
    This is a compilation of information about the distribution of exotic organisms in the fresh waters of the Hudson River basin. The authors estimate that 10% of introduced species have had major ecological impacts. The ...
  • Hartwig, Tanessa; Erik, Kiviat (Hudsonia Institute, 2009)
    Knotweed stands are widespread, and in many places extensive, on the banks and floodplain of the Batavia Kill. Three different treatments were applied to an infested area (woody planting, herbicide injection, and frequent ...
  • Lovett, G.M.; Canham, C.D.; Arthur, M.A.; Weathers, K.C.; Fitzhugh, R.D. (BioScience, 2006)
    Through the use of three examples of introduced pathogens to the eastern forest (Gypsy moth, Hemlock woolly adelgid, Beech bark disease) the authors identify six biological features of the pathogens and the ecology of their ...
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC Biology Reports for East Central New York - Region 4, 2010)
    This one-page report documents the discovery of this exotic species within the watershed and provides basic background information as well as a photo.
  • Wells, Scott (American Fisheries Society, 2011)
    This paper documents the continued effort to monitor the infestation of the loach in the Manor Kill watershed and beyond. A mapping of the areas where loach have been found, and two pages of photographs of the species ...
  • Pontius, J.; Hallet, R.; Martin, M. (Remote Sensing of Environment, 2005)
    Infra-red imaging was used in the Catskill Mountains to (1) identify hemlock-dominated forested areas, (2) produce a rating system for assessing hemlock health, and (3) predict declines. The technology and methods used in ...