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Publications de J.T. Basham
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Black spruce annual volume losses to pests estimated at 30% of current annual increment in Ontario. Frontline Technical Note 76.
Reducing stem rot in living black spruce in Ontario. Frontline Technical Note 83.
Trembling aspen quality in northern Ontario - various aspects of decay and stain studies and their management implications. O-X-421.
Stem decay in living trees in Ontario's forests: a user's compendium and guide. O-X-408.
User's guide helps foresters combat stem decay. Frontline Technical Note 6.
Basham, J.T.; Haig, R.A.
Decay and stain 10 years later in aspen suckers subjected to scarification at age 3
Biological factors influencing stem deterioration rates and salvage planning in balsam fir killed after defoliation by spruce budworm
Forest pathology research - Deterioration and decay.
Variations in the growth and defect of aspen (
Populus tremuloides Michx.) Clones in Northern Ontario.
Weingartner, D.; Basham, J.T.
Degradation and loss of wood fibre in spruce budworm-killed timber, and effects on utilization
Results of forest insect and disease surveys in the Southwestern region of Ontario, 1982.
Evans, H.J.; Basham, J.T.
Effects of herbicide treatment on the internal pathological quality of surviving aspen suckers. O-X-334.
Scarification of 3-year-old aspen suckers: 4- and 6-year effects on, and a preliminary forecast of, the internal pathological quality of the survivors. O-X-341.
Stem decay and its implication for mangement in the boreal mixedwood forest of Ontario.
Diseases of aspen suckers in northern Ontario. O-X-329.
Gross, H.L.; Basham, J.T.
Management of the boreal mixedwood forest - pathological aspects.
The use of genetic strains in studying the activity and interactions of a fungus inoculated in the stems of living sugar maple
Basham, J.T.; Good, H.M.
Preliminary report on the rate of deterioration of spruce budworm-killed balsam fir, and its relationship to secondary stem insects. O-x-314.
Trembling aspen decay research in Ontario.
Kraft-pulping evaluation of decayed trembling aspen (
Populus tremuloides) from Ontario.
Hunt, K.; Basham, J.T.; Kemperman, J.A.
Preliminary assessment of defect variation among aspen clones in Northern Ontario.
Kemperman, J.A.; Navratil, S.; Basham, J.T.
Early sugar maple stem discoloration and microorganism invasion in simulated wounds of felling and fire scars.
Defect development in second-growth sugar maple in Ontario. I. Microfloral infection relationships associated with dead branches.
Basham, J.T.; Anderson, H.W.
Balsam fir death and deterioration in eastern Canada following girdling
Basham, J.T.; Hudak, J.; Lachance, D.; Magasi, L.P.; Stillwell, M.A.
A method of tracing fungi inoculated into stems of living maple.
Heart rot of Jack pine in Ontario. IV. Heartwood-inhabiting fungi, their entry and interactions within living trees.
An assessment of the pathological quality of aspen suckers established on cutovers in Ontario. O-X-236.
Basham, J.T.; Navratil, S.
The deterioration of balsam fir trees killed by girdling in eastern Canada. O-X-214.
Basham, J.T.; Etheridge, D.E.; Hudak, J.; Lachance, D.; Magasi, L.P.; Stillwell, M.A.
Hardwood stain and decay.
Heart rot of black spruce in Ontario. I. Stem rot, hidden rot, and management considerations.
Heart rot of black spruce in Ontario. II. The mycoflora in defective and normal wood of living trees.
Hardwood management in southern Ontario. O-X-186.
Absence of decay development in two cases of top mortality in conifers.
The ecological status of
Coniochaeta velutina in sugar maple wounds.
Basham, J.T.; Good, H.M.; Taylor, L.D.
Respiratory activity of fungal associations in zones of heart rot and stain in sugar maple.
Good, H.M.; Basham, J.T.; Kadzielawa, S.D.
Microfloral variations within second-growth sugar maple trees in Ontario.
Heart rot of Jack pine in Ontario. III. Decay relationships and their effects on management.
Heart rot of jack pine in Ontario. II. Laboratory studies on the pathogenicity and interrelationships of the principal heartwood inhabiting fungi.
Heart rot of Jack pine in Ontario. I. The occurrence of basidiomycetes and microfungi in defective and normal heartwood of living jack pine.
The occurrence of fungi and bacteria in normal and discolored heartwood of second-growth sugar maple in Ontario.
Basham, J.T.; Taylor, L.D.
Cull studies, the defects and associated basidiomycete fungi in the heartwood of living trees in the forests of Ontario. 1964. Basham, J.T.; Morawski, Z.J.R. Department of Forest Publication No. 1072. Forest Entomology and Pathology Branch. 69p.
Basham, J.T.; Morawski, Z.J.R.
Death and deterioration of balsam fir weakened by spruce budworm defoliation in Ontario. Part III. The deterioration of dead trees.
Basham, J.T.; Belyea, R.M.
Defects in the second growth forest and their causes.
White, L.T.; Basham, J.T.
Heartwood stain and rot in living jack pine. 1960. Basham, J.T. Bi-Monthly Progress Report. 16:3. Department of Agriculture.
The Effects of decay on the production of trembling aspen pulpwood in the Upper Pic region of Ontario.
Investigation of the pathological deterioration in killed balsam fir.
A survey of a pathological condition in the forest of Ontario.
Morawski, Z.J.R.; Basham, J.T.; Turner, K.B.
Decay of Trembling Aspen.
The pathological deterioration of fire-killed pine in the Mississagi region of Ontario.
The deterioration by fungi of jack, red, and white pine killed by fire in Ontario.
The pathological deterioration of balsam fir (
Abies balsamea (L. Mill) killed by the spruce budworm ( Choristoneura fumiferana Clem.) .
New information concerning balsam fir decays in eastern North America
Basham, J.T.; Mook, P.V.; Davidson, A.G.
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