William Livingston – Selected Publications

Kasson, Matthew T., and W. H. Livingston.  2012. Relationships among beech bark disease, climate, radial growth response and mortality of American beech in northern Maine, USA.  Forest Pathology 42:199-212.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1439-0329.2011.00742.x/abstract

Ranco, D., A. Arnett, E. Latty, A. Remsburg, K. Dunckel, E. Quigley, R. Lilieholm, J. Daigle, B. Livingston, J. Neptune, T. Secord. 2012. Two Maine Forest Pests: A Comparison of Approaches to Understanding Threats to Hemlock and Ash Trees in Maine. Maine Policy Review 21(1):76-89.

Kasson, Matthew T., and William H. Livingston. 2009. Spatial distribution of Neonectria species associated with beech bark disease in northern Maine. Mycologia 101:190-195. http://www.mycologia.org/cgi/content/abstract/101/2/190

Rowland, E.L., A.S. White, and W.H. Livingston.  2005.  A literature review of the effects of intensive forestry on forest structure and plant community composition at the stand and landscape levels.  Maine Agric. For. Exp. Stn. Misc. Public 754.  28 p.

Day, M.E., J.L. Schedlbauer, W.H. Livingston,  M.S. Greenwood, A.S. White, and J.C. Brissette.  2005. Influence of seedbed, light environment, and elevated night temperature on growth and carbon allocation in pitch pine (Pinus rigida) and jack pine (Pinus banksiana) seedlings.  Forest Ecology and Management 205:59–71.

Sokol, K.A., M.S. Greenwood, and W.H. Livingston.  2004.  Impacts of long-term diameter-limit harvesting on residual stands of red spruce in Maine.  North. J. Appl. For. 21:69-73.

Greenwood, M. S., W. H. Livingston, M. E. Day, S. C. Kenaley, A. S. White, and J. C. Brissette. 2002. Contrasting modes of survival by jack and pitch pine at a common range limit. Can. J. For. Res 32:1662-1674.

Manter, D.K., and W.H. Livingston. 2001. Interaction of microorganisms, insects, and freezing injury on conifers. p. 289-304 in F.J. Bigras and S.J. Colombo, eds. Conifer Cold Hardiness. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands. 596 p.

Lund, Anne E., and W.H. Livingston. 1999. Freezing cycles result in winter injury on Picea rubens Sarg. Tree Physiology 19:65-69.

Manter, D.K., and W.H. Livingston. 1995. Thawing rate and fungal infection by Rhizosphaera kalkhoffii. Bubak influence freezing injury on red spruce (Picea rubens sarg.) needles. Can. J. For. Res. 26:918-927.