Resources January 2016
“Climate Change Affects Migratory Pests.” Utah Pests News. neipmc.org/go/CSmN
“Northeastern IPM Center Announces Request for Applications for IPM Partnership Grants.” Northeastern IPM Center. neipmc.org/go/DTrg
“Potato Leafhopper.” University of Kentucky Entomology. neipmc.org/go/BrAk
“Potato Leafhopper on Vegetables.” Penn State Entomology. neipmc.org/go/wdRL
“USDA Announces More Than $160 Million Available in Funding for Food and Agriculture Research, Education, and Extension.” USDA Office of Communications. neipmc.org/go/nKac
Balch, J., et al. (2013). “Introduced Annual Grass Increases Regional Fire Activity across the Arid Western USA (1980-2009).” Global Change Biology (2013) 19, 173–183, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12046
Hallberg, R. (2015). “Abundant Rains Bring Abundant Weeds; Wildfires Sure to Follow.” neipmc.org/go/WkcX
Hallberg, R. (2015). “Redbanded Stink Bug Is Major Soybean Pest in Louisiana.” neipmc.org/go/yfNx
Haubensak, K., D’Antonio, C., and Wixon, D. (2009). “Effects of Fire and Environmental Variables on Plant Structure and Composition in Grazed Salt Desert Shrublands of the Great Basin (USA).” Journal of Arid Environments 73 643–650.
Welch, C. (2015). “Climate Change Helped Spark Syrian War, Study Says.” National Geographic. neipmc.org/go/rtwe
— by CHRIS GONZALES
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