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Jesse A. Logan  Publications - available in PDF format

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Logan, J.A., Regniere, J., Gray, D.R., Munson, A.S. 2007. Risk assessment in the face of a changing environment: Gypsy moth and climate change in Utah. Ecological Applications 17(1): 101–117.

Hanks, E. M., J. A. Powell, J. A. Logan, and B. J. Bentz. Modeling phloem temperatures for use in simulating mountain pine beetle phenology. (in prep.)

Logan, J. A., and J. A. Powell. Ecological consequences of climate change altered forest insect disturbance regimes. In F. H. Wagner (ed.), Climate change in western North America: evidence and environmental effects. Allen Press (In press - pdf avaliable).

Heavilin, J, J. Powell, and J. Logan. Disturbance of plant communities.(In press)

Powell, J. A., and J. A. Logan. 2005. Insect seasonality: circle map analysis of temperature-driven life cycles. Theor. Popul. Biol. (In press - pdf available)

Logan, J. A., and J. A. Powell. 2004. Modelling mountain pine beetle phenological response to temperature. Pages 210-222, In T.L. Shore, J.E. Brooks, and J.E. Stone, editors. Mountain Pine Beetle Symposium: Challenges and Solutions, October 30-31, 2003, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, British Columbia, Information Report BC-X-399. 298 p (pdf available)

Gilbert, E., J. A. Powell, J.A. Logan, and B. J. Bentz. 2004. Comparison of three models predicting developmental milestones given environmental and individual variation. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 66:1821-1850 (pdf available).

Régnière, J., and J. A. Logan. 2003. Animal life cycle models. Pp. 237-254, In Swartz, M. D. (ed.), Phenology: an integrative environmental science. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Van Godewijckstraat 30, The Netherlands

Logan, J. A., J. Régnière, and J. A. Powell. 2003. Assessing the impacts of global climate change on forest pests. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 130-137 (pdf avaliable)

Régnière, J., J. A. Logan, and V. Nealis. Use of phenology models and BioSIM in gypsy moth management. USDA-FS Gen Tech. Rep. (in press)

Keane, R. E., K. C. Ryan, T. T. Veblin, C. Allen, J. A. Logan, and B. Hawkes. 2002. The cascading effects of fire exclusion in Rocky Mountain ecosystems: a literature review. USDA – Forest Service, RMRS-GTR-91. (an expanded version of Ibid).

Keane, R. E., K. C. Ryan, T. T. Veblin, C. Allen, J. A. Logan, and B. Hawkes. 2002. The cascading effects of fire exclusion in Rocky Mountain ecosystems. Pp. 133-152, In Baron, J. S. (ed.), Rocky mountain futures: an ecological prospective. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Stohlgren, T. J., T. T. Veblen, K. C. Kendall, W. L. Baker, C. D. Allen, J. A. Logan, and K. C. Ryan. 2002. The heart of the Rockies: montane and subalpine ecosystems. Pp. 203-218, In Baron, J. S. (ed.), Rocky mountain futures: an ecological prospective. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Jenkins, J. L., J. A. Powell, J. A. Logan, and B. J. Bentz. 2001. Low seasonal temperatures promote life cycle synchronization. Bull. Math. Biol. 63: 573-595.

Bentz, B. J., J. A. Logan, and J. C. Vandygriff. 2001. Regional life history variation in Dendroctonus ponderosae. Can. Entomol. 133: 375-387. (pdf avaliable)

Logan, J. A., and J. A. Powell. 2001. Ghost forests, global warming, and the mountain pine beetle. Am. Entomol. 47: 160-173 (pdf avaliable, Best Visionary Science Award, 2002, Rocky Mountain Research Station)

Chojnacky, D, C., B. J. Bentz, and J. A. Logan. 2000. Rating susceptibility of mountain pine beetle attack in ponderosa pine: Comparison of two empirical methods. USDA – Forest Service, RMRS-RP-26.

Powell, J. A., J. Jenkins, J. A. Logan, and B. J. Bentz. 2000. Seasonal temperature alone can synchronize life cycles. Bull. Math. Biol. 62: 977-998.

Samman, S., and J. Logan (Tech. Eds.). 2000. Assessment and response to bark beetle outbreaks in the Rocky Mountain area: A report to Congress from Forest Health Protection, Washington Office. USDA Forest Service, RMRS-GTR-62.

Biesinger, Z., J. A. Powell, B. J. Bentz, and J. A. Logan. 2000. Direct and indirect parameterization of a localized model for the mountain pine beetle - lodgepole pine system. Ecol. Model. 129: 273-296.

Powell, J. A., B. Kennedy, P. White, B. J. Bentz, J. A. Logan, & D. Roberts. 2000. Mathematical elements of attack risk analysis for mountain pine beetles. J. Theor. Biol. 204: 601-620.

Logan, J. A., and B. J. Bentz. 1999. Model analysis of mountain pine beetle seasonality. Environ. Entomol. (Forum article) 28: 924-934.(pdf avaliable)

Logan, J. A., P. White, B. J. Bentz, and J. A. Powell. 1999. Ecological Insights Gained From Model Analysis of Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks. Pp 163-176 In Cook, J. E., and B. P. Oswald (compilers) Proceedings, 1st N. Amer. For. Ecol. Workshop. Raleigh, NC, June, 1997.

Powell, J. A., J. Tams, B. J. Bentz & J. A. Logan. 1998. Theoretical analysis of "switching" in a localized model for mountain pine beetle mass attack. J. Theor. Biol. 194: 49-63.

Amman, G. D. & J. A. Logan. 1998. Silvicultural control of the mountain pine beetle: prescriptions and the influence of microclimate. Am. Entomol. 44: 166-177.

Carter, M. R., I. V. Macrae, J. A. Logan, and T. O. Holtzer. 1998. Population model for Melanoplus sanguinipes (Orthoptera: Acrididae) and an analysis of grasshopper population fluctuations in Colorado. Environ. Entomol. 27: 892-901.

Logan, J. A., P. White, B. J. Bentz, and J. A. Powell. 1998. Model analysis of the temporal evolution of spatial patterns in mountain pine beetle outbreaks. Theor. Popul. Biol. 53: 236-255.

Logan, J. A., B. J. Bentz, J. C. Vandygriff, and D. L. Turner. 1998. A general program for determining instar distributions from headcapsule widths: an example analysis of mountain pine beetle data. Environ. Entomol. 27: 555-563.

Gray, D. R., W. F. Ravlin, & J. A. Logan. 1998. Micro-processor controlled mini-environmental chambers capable of sub-freezing temperatures in constant or time-varying temperature regimes. Can. Entomol. 130: 91-104.

Bentz, B. J., J. A. Logan, and J. A. Powell. 1997. Spatial and temporal attack dynamics of the mountain pine beetle: implications for management. pp. 153-163 In Grégoire, J. C., A. M. Liebhold, F. M. Stephen, K. R. Day, and S. M. Salom (eds.) Proceedings: Integrating cultural tactics into the management of bark beetles and reforestation pests. USDA-Forest Service GTR-NE-236.

Bolstad, P. V., B. J. Bentz, and J. A. Logan. 1997. Modeling micro-habitat temperature in lodgepole pine: landscape-scale micro-habitat predictions for Dendroctonus ponderosae (Coleoptera: Scolitidae). Ecol. Model. 94: 287-297.

Régnière, J. and J. A. Logan. 1996. Landscape-wide projection of temperature-driven processes for seasonal pest management decision support: a generalized approach. pp 43-56 In Shore, T. L. & D. A. MacLean (eds.) Symposium Proceedings: Decision support systems in forest pest management. Entomol. Soc. Can. FRDA Rep. 260

Bentz, B. J., J. A. Powell, and J. A. Logan. 1996. Localized spatial and temporal attack dynamics of the mountain pine beetle in lodgepole pine. USDA Forest Service Research Paper INT-RP-494

Powell, J. A., J. A. Logan, & B. J. Bentz. 1996. Local projections for a global model of mountain pine beetle attacks. J. Theor. Biol. 179: 243-260.

Logan, J. A., P. V. Bolstad, B. J. Bentz, & D. L. Perkins. 1995. Assessing the effects of changing climate on mountain pine beetle dynamics. pp. 86-108 In Hain, F. P., S. M. Salom, W. F.

Ravlin T. L. Payne, K. F. Raffa (eds.) Proceedings, IUFRO Conference, Scolytid bark beetles: behavior, population dynamics, and control of forest insects, Maui, Hawaii, Feb., 1994. (same paper as ibid)

Logan, J. A., P. V. Bolstad, B. J. Bentz, & D. L. Perkins. 1995. Assessing the effects of changing climate on mountain pine beetle dynamics. pp. 92-105 In Tinus, R. W. (ed.) Proceedings, Interior west global climate workshop. USDA-Forest Service GTR-RM-262. Fort Collins, CO.

Schaub, L. P., F. W. Ravlin, D. R. Gray, & J. A. Logan. 1995. A landscape framework to predict phenological events for gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) management programs. Environ. Entomol. 24:10-19.

Gray, D. R., F. W. Ravlin, J. Régnière, & J. A. Logan. 1995. Further advances toward a model of gypsy moth egg phenology: respiration rates and thermal responsiveness during diapause, and age-dependent developmental rates in postdiapause. J. Insect Physio. 41: 247-256.

Logan, J. A., T. O'Dell, D. R. Gray. 1994. Preface. pp iii-iv In Logan, J. A., T. O'Dell, D. R. Gray, ibid.

Logan, J. A., J. Régnière, A. F. Hunter, and D. B. Lyons. 1994. Modeling subgroup report. pp 1-9, In Logan, J. A., T. O'Dell, D. R. Gray, ibid.

Logan, J. A., T. O'Dell, D. R. Gray. 1994. Diapause and gypsy moth management. USDA-FS Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-193. 97 pp.

Logan, J. A. 1994. In defense of big ugly models. Am. Entomol. 40: 202-207.

McClellan, Q. C., and J. A. Logan. 1994. Instar determination for the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) based on the frequency distribution of head capsule widths. Environ. Entomol. 23: 248-253.

Bentz, B. J., J. A. Logan, and G. D. Amman. 1993. A critical assessment of risk classification systems for the mountain pine beetle. For. Ecol. & Manag. 61: 349-366.

Smith, J. L., J. A. Logan, and T. G. Gregoire. 1992. Using aerial photography and geographic information systems to aid the pesticide evaluation process. Photo. Engr. & Remote Sensing 58: 1447-1452. (John J. Davidson President's Award for best applied paper in 1992)

Logan, J. A., and J. C. Allen. 1992. Nonlinear dynamics and chaos in insect populations. Ann. Rev. Entomol. 37: 455-477.

Logan, J. A. 1991. Chaos: much ado about something, pp 1-23, In Logan and Hain [eds.], ibid.

Logan, J. A. and F. P. Hain. 1991. Preface, pp v-vii, In Logan, J. A., and F. P. Hain [eds], ibid.

Logan, J. A., and F. P. Hain [eds]. 1991. Chaos and insect ecology. Va. Ag. Exp. Sta. Information Series. 91-3. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg. 110 + xii pp (ISSN 0742-7425)

Gray, D. R., J. A. Logan, F. W. Ravlin, and J. A. Carlson. 1991. Toward a model of gypsy moth phenology: using respiration rates of individual eggs to determine temperature-time requirements of prediapause development. Environ. Entomol. 20: 1645-1652.

Bentz, B. J., J. A. Logan, and G. D. Amman. 1991. Temperature dependent development of mountain pine beetle and simulation of its phenology. Can. Entomol. 123: 1083-1094.

Logan, J. A., R. A. Casagrande, and A. M. Liebhold. 1991. A modeling environment for simulation of gypsy moth larval phenology. Environ. Entomol. 20: 1516-1525.

Schaub, L. P., F. W. Ravlin, J. A. Logan. 1990. Monitoring designer component of GypsES. pp. 537-544. In ibid.

Schaub, L. P., J. A. Logan, and F. W. Ravlin. 1990. Phenology prediction component of GypsES. pp. 191-196. In ibid.

Ravlin, F. W., J. A. Logan, L. P. Schaub, S. L. Rutherford, S. Fleischer. 1990. GypsES: a knowledge-based environment for decision support in gypsy moth management. pp. 43-49. In Application of Geographic Information Systems, Simulation Models, and Knowledge-based Systems for Landuse Management. Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg, VA.

Logan, J. A. 1989. Derivation and analysis of composite models for insect populations. pp. 278-288. In L. L. McDonald, B. F. J. Manly, J. A. Lockwood, and J. A. Logan [eds.], ibid.

McDonald, L. L., B. F. J. Manly, J. A. Lockwood, and J. A. Logan [eds.]. 1989. Estimation and analysis of insect populations. Springer-Verlag, New York. 492 pp. (ISBN 3-540-96998-5)

Hilbert, D. W., J. A. Logan, and D. M. Swift. 1989. Comments on a model of egg development and diapause: A reply to Susan Scott. J. Theor. Biol. 136: 121-123

Logan, J. A. 1989. Toward an expert system for pest simulation models: lessons learned from application. pp. 233-243. In N. R. McFarlane (ed.), Progress and prospects in insect control. British Crop Protection Council Mono. 43. (ISBN 0-948404-32-9)

Wollkind, D. J., J. B. Collings, and J. A. Logan. 1988. Metastability in a temperature-dependent model system for predator-prey mite outbreak interactions on fruit trees. Bull. Math. Biol. 50: 379- 409.

Wollkind, D. J., J. B. Collings, and J. A. Logan. 1988. Temperature-mediated stability of the interaction between spider mites and predatory mites in orchards. Exp. Appl. Acarology. 5: 265-292.

Berry, J. S., T. O. Holtzer, G. S. Innis, and J. A. Logan. 1988. Simple order of prey preference technique for modelling the predator functional response. Exp. Appl. Acarology. 5: 207-224.

Voss, R. H., D. N. Ferro, and J. A. Logan. 1988. The effects of seasonal changes in reproductive and diapause activities on the population dynamics of the Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in Western Massachusetts. Environ. Entomol. 17: 863-871.

Logan, J. A. 1988. Toward an expert system for development of pest simulation models. Environ. Entomol. 17: 359-376.

Logan, J. A. 1987. Modeling the pest component of rangeland ecosystems. pp 334-350. In J. L. Capinera [ed.], Integrated pest management on rangeland. Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado. 426 pp. (ISBN 0-8133-7362-X)

Logan, J. A., and G. D. Amman. 1986. A distribution model for egg development in mountain pine beetle. Can. Entomol. 118: 361-372.

Logan, J. A. 1985. Role of computer modeling in grass grub research. pp. 16-28. In J. A. Logan and T. A. Jackson [eds.], Ibid.

Logan, J. A., and T. A. Jackson [eds.]. 1985. Modeling grass grub bionomics. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Libraries, Lincoln, New Zealand. 44 p. (ISBN 0-477-03107-2)

Logan, J. A., E. R. Frampton, and S. L. Goldson. 1985. A phenological model for Sitona discoideus Gyllenhal (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) and its application in Canterbury, pp. 173-179. In R. B. Chapman [ed.], Proc. 4th Australasian Conf. Grassland Invertebrate Ecol. Caxton Press, Christchurch, New Zealand. (ISBN 0-473-00302-3)

Hilbert, D. W., J. A. Logan, and D. M. Swift. 1985. A unifying hypothesis of temperature effects on egg development and diapause of the migratory grasshopper Melanoplus sanguinipes (Orthoptera: Acrididae). J. Theor. Biol. 112: 827-838.

Goldson, S. L., C. B. Dyson, J. R. Proffitt, E. R. Frampton, and J. A. Logan. 1985. The effect of Sitona discoideus Gyllenhal (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) on lucerne yields in Canterbury, New Zealand. Bull. Entomol. Res. 75: 429-442.

Ferro, D. N., J. A. Logan, R. H. Voss, and J. S. Elkinton. 1985. Colorado potato beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) temperature-dependent growth and feeding rates. Environ. Entomol. 14: 343-348.

Zachmann, D. W., and J. A. Logan. 1984. Mathematical stability analysis for an age structured population with a finite life span. J. Theor. Biol. 111: 131-148.

Welch, S. M., J. A. Logan, and P. D. Mowery. 1983. Biological control models for management of phytophagous mites, pp. 309-341. In B. A. Croft and S. C. Hoyt [eds.], Integrated management of insect pests of pome and stone fruits. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York. (ISBN 0-471-05334)

Logan, J. A., J. E. Heasley, and C. Stalnaker. 1983. Future directions in modeling animal populations, pp. 983-985. In W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug [eds.], ibid.

Hilbert, D. W., and J. A. Logan. 1983. A population systems model of the migratory grasshopper (Melanoplus sanguinipes), pp. 323-334. In W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug [eds.], Ibid.

Logan, J. A., and D. W. Hilbert. 1983. Modeling the effects of temperature on arthropod population systems, pp. 113-122. In W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug [eds.], Analysis of ecological systems: State-of-the-art in ecological modeling. Elsevier Sci. Publ. Co., Amsterdam. (ISBN 0-444-42179-3)

Hilbert, D. W., and J. A. Logan. 1983. Nonlinear models and temperature dependent development in arthropods - A reply to Dr. Jerome A. Onsager. Environ. Entomol. 12(4): v.

Logan, J. A., B. D. Congdon, and J. K. Alldredge. 1983. Ecology and control of spider mites on corn in northeastern Colorado. Colorado State University Exp. Sta. Bull. 585-S. 41 pp.

Hilbert, D. W., and J. A. Logan. 1983. An empirical model of nymphal development for the migratory grasshopper (Melanoplus sanguinipes). Environ. Entomol. 12: 1-5.

Congdon, B. D., and J. A. Logan. 1983. Temperature effects on development and fecundity of Oligonychus pratensis (Acari: Tetranychidae). Environ. Entomol. 12: 359-362.

Logan, J. A. 1982. Recent advances and new directions in phytoseiid population models, pp. 49-71. In M. A. Hoy [ed.], Recent advances in knowledge of the Phytoseiidae. Ag. Sci. Publ. 3284, University of California, Agricultural Sciences Publications, Berkeley. (ISBN 0-931876-62-1)

Hilbert, D. W., and J. A. Logan. 1981. A review of the population ecology of the migratory grasshopper, Melanoplus sanguinipes. Colorado State University Exp. Sta. Bull. 577-S. 10 pp.

Parton, W. J., and J. A. Logan. 1981. A model for diurnal variation in soil and air temperature. Agric. Meteorol. 23: 205-216.

Wollkind, D. J., A. Hastings, and J. A. Logan. 1980. Models involving differential and integral equations appropriate for describing a temperature dependent predator-prey ecosystem on apples, pp. 266-277. In T. A. Burton [ed.], Modeling and Differential Equations in Biology. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. (ISBN 0-8247-1075-4)

Wollkind, D. J., A. Hastings, and J. A. Logan. 1980. Functional response, numerical response, and stability in arthropod predator-prey ecosystems involving age structure. Res. Popul. Ecol. 22: 323-338.

Tanigoshi, L. K., and J. A. Logan. 1979. Tetranychid development under variable temperature regimes, pp. 165-175. In J. G. Rodriguez [ed.], Recent advances in acarology. Academic Press, Inc., New York. (ISBN 0-12-592201-9)

Logan, J. A., R. E. Stinner, R. L. Rabb, and J. S. Bacheler. 1979. A descriptive model for predicting spring emergence of Heliothis zea (Boddie) populations in North Carolina. Environ. Entomol. 8: 141-146.

Logan, J. A. 1979. SIMBUG: A pest management simulation language. I. Maintenance and reference manual. Melanderia 31: 1-19.

Wollkind, D. J., J. A. Logan, and A. A. Berryman. 1978. Asymptotic methods for modeling biological processes. Res. Popul. Ecol. 20: 49-59.

Wollkind, D. J., and J. A. Logan. 1978. A model relevant to the simulation of a temperature dependent predator-prey mite ecosystem on apples, pp. 2137-2143. In X. J. R. Avula [ed.], Proc. First Int. Conf. Math. Modeling. Univ. Missouri-Rolla, St. Louis.

Wollkind, D. J., and J. A. Logan. 1978. Temperature-dependent predator-prey mite ecosystem on apple tree foliage. J. Math. Biol. 6: 265-283.

Huffaker, C. B., R. L. Rabb, and J. A. Logan. 1977. Some aspects of population dynamics relative to augmentation of natural enemy action, pp. 3-39. In R. L. Ridgway and S. B. Vinson [eds.], Biological control by augmentation of natural enemies. Plenum Press, New York. (ISBN 0-306-36311-9)

Wollkind, D. J., and J. A. Logan. 1976. The use of singular perturbation techniques as a tool for modeling ecosystems. Proc. Soc. Ind. Appl. Math. 10: 151-152.

Logan, J. A., D. J. Wollkind, S. C. Hoyt, and L. K. Tanigoshi. 1976. An analytical model for description of temperature dependent rate phenomena in arthropods. Environ. Entomol. 5: 1133-1140.

Tanigoshi, L. K., S. C. Hoyt, R. W. Browne, and J. A. Logan. 1975. Influence of temperature on population increase of Metaseiulus occidentalis (Acarina: Phytoseiidae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 68: 979-986.

Tanigoshi, L. K., S. C. Hoyt, R. W. Browne, and J. A. Logan. 1975. Influence of temperature on population increase of Tetranychus mcdanieli (Acarina: Tetranychidae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 68: 972-978.

 

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