Barry Cooke
Barry Cooke
Natural Resources Canada
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Responses of insect pests, pathogens, and invasive plant species to climate change in the forests of northeastern North America: What can we predict?
JS Dukes, J Pontius, D Orwig, JR Garnas, VL Rodgers, N Brazee, ...
Canadian journal of forest research 39 (2), 231-248, 2009
Potential for range expansion of mountain pine beetle into the boreal forest of North America
L Safranyik, AL Carroll, J Régnière, DW Langor, WG Riel, TL Shore, ...
The Canadian Entomologist 142 (5), 415-442, 2010
Mountain pine beetle host‐range expansion threatens the boreal forest
CI Cullingham, JEK Cooke, S Dang, CS Davis, BJ Cooke, DW Coltman
Molecular Ecology 20 (10), 2157-2171, 2011
The dynamics of forest tent caterpillar outbreaks in Quebec, Canada
BJ Cooke, F Lorenzetti
Forest ecology and management 226 (1-3), 110-121, 2006
Insect defoliators as periodic disturbances in northern forest ecosystems
BJ Cooke, VG Nealis, J Régnière
Plant Disturbance Ecology, 423-461, 2021
Remote sensing of forest pest damage: a review and lessons learned from a Canadian perspective
RJ Hall, G Castilla, JC White, BJ Cooke, RS Skakun
The Canadian Entomologist 148 (S1), S296-S356, 2016
Predicting the risk of mountain pine beetle spread to eastern pine forests: Considering uncertainty in uncertain times
BJ Cooke, AL Carroll
Forest Ecology and Management 396, 11-25, 2017
Trembling aspen responses to drought and defoliation by forest tent caterpillar and reconstruction of recent outbreaks in Ontario
BJ Cooke, J Roland
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (9), 1586-1598, 2007
Effects of climate and forest structure on duration of forest tent caterpillar outbreaks across central Ontario, Canada
J Roland, BG Mackey, B Cooke
The Canadian Entomologist 130 (5), 703-714, 1998
Spatial analysis of large-scale patterns of forest tent caterpillar outbreaks
B Cooke, J Roland
Ecoscience 7 (4), 410-422, 2000
The effect of winter temperature on forest tent caterpillar (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae) egg survival and population dynamics in northern climates
BJ Cooke, J Roland
Environmental Entomology 32 (2), 299-311, 2003
Long-distance dispersal of spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana Clemens) in Minnesota (USA) and Ontario (Canada) via the atmospheric pathway
BR Sturtevant, GL Achtemeier, JJ Charney, DP Anderson, BJ Cooke, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 168, 186-200, 2013
Model‐specification uncertainty in future forest pest outbreak
Y Boulanger, DR Gray, BJ Cooke, L De Grandpré
Global Change Biology 22 (4), 1595-1607, 2016
On the duration and distribution of forest tent caterpillar outbreaks in east-central Canada.
BJ Cooke, F Lorenzetti, J Roland
Journal of the Entomological Society of Ontario 140, 3-18, 2009
Aggregation and a strong A llee effect in a cooperative outbreak insect
DW Goodsman, D Koch, C Whitehouse, ML Evenden, BJ Cooke, ...
Ecological Applications 26 (8), 2623-2636, 2016
Life‐stage differences in spatial genetic structure in an irruptive forest insect: implications for dispersal and spatial synchrony
PMA James, B Cooke, BMT Brunet, LM Lumley, FAH Sperling, MJ Fortin, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (2), 296-309, 2015
Loblolly pine seed dormancy: constraints to germination.
J Cooke, B Cooke, D Gifford
New Forests 23 (3), 239-256, 2002
BioSIM: a computer-based decision support tool for seasonal planning of pest management activities. User's Manual
J Régnière, BJ Cooke, V Bergeron
A conceptual framework for the spruce budworm Early Intervention Strategy: can outbreaks be stopped?
RC Johns, JJ Bowden, DR Carleton, BJ Cooke, S Edwards, EJS Emilson, ...
Forests 10 (10), 910, 2019
Modeling insect disturbance across forested landscapes: insights from the spruce budworm
BR Sturtevant, BJ Cooke, DD Kneeshaw, DA MacLean
Simulation modeling of forest landscape disturbances, 93-134, 2015
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