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  • Title: Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health
    Descriptive info: .. Search:.. Utilizing partnerships.. &.. information technology to advance invasive species, forestry.. agriculture education.. Home.. About Us.. Topics.. Websites.. Publications.. Images.. Contact Us.. Support Us.. What's New.. Invasive Tallow Tree Lowers Frog Egg Survival.. Britain's ash tree dieback crisis and Ashtag app.. 2013 Python Challenge.. YOU can help STOP the Brown Marmorated Stinkbug!.. Invasive Plant Science and Management.. Review hails citizen scientists.. Boa Constrictors Invade Puerto Rico.. Natural Areas Training Academy Workshop.. More News from the Bugwood Blog.. Stay Connected.. Join Us on Facebook.. Subscribe to our RSS Feed.. Quick Links.. Georgia Invasive Plant Management Handbook.. Forest Pest Control Handbook.. Forest Health Guide for Georgia Foresters.. Invasive Plant Atlas of the United States.. The Invasive Plant Atlas of  ...   with identification, early detection, prevention, and management of invasive plants.. The focus is on non-native pest plant species impacting natural areas.. learn more.. Forestry Images.. Invasive.. org.. EDDMapS.. Bugwood Wiki.. Insect Images.. IPM Images.. Bugwood Apps.. Agriculture.. Bark Beetles.. Christmas Trees.. Cogongrass.. Forest A Syst.. Forest Pests.. Forest Productivity.. Forestry.. Insects.. Invasive Species.. IPM.. Plant Diseases.. Plants.. Prescribed Fire.. Silvopasture.. Trees.. Urban Forestry.. Weeds.. Widely Prevalent Species.. Wildlife.. The Bugwood Network and.. Image Archive and Database Systems.. The University of Georgia.. -.. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.. and.. College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.. Dept.. of Entomology.. Last updated on Sunday, February 21, 2010 at 04:22 PM.. |.. Image Usage.. Accessibility Policy.. Privacy Policy.. Disclaimers.. Help..

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  • Title: About Us
    Descriptive info: The mission of the Center for Invasive Species & Ecosystem Health is to serve a lead role in development, consolidation and dissemination of information and programs focused on invasive species, forest health, natural resource and agricultural management through technology development, program implementation, training, applied research and public awareness at the state, regional, national and international levels.. Goals.. To become a preeminent national and international public service and outreach center.. To develop collaboration between UGA and state, university, federal and international partners.. To integrate and develop information and programs.. To produce web sites, publications, posters and presentations.. To serve as a clearing house for information, applied research and training.. To promote public awareness, education and applied research.. Bugwood.. In February of 2008, the Bugwood Network officially became the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health at the University of Georgia.. Website and Image Database Statistics.. Extension Agent Resources - June 2009.. Newsletter - January 2009.. Center Flyer - 2009.. Global Activities.. Bugwood Network Flyer - 2007.. Forestry Images: Development Methodology and Technology - 1995-2005.. Projects.. The Center is involved in numerous grant funded projects and cooperative agreements relating to invasive species, integrated pest management and forest health.. Over the past ten years, we have received over $2 million in extramural funds to support Bugwood staff and activities.. Current projects are listed below.. Current Projects.. 2009  ...   and DVD-ROM Development.. Full Color Publication Design and Layout.. Display and Poster Design and Layout.. Develop and Host Websites for Professional Organizations and Conferences.. Convert Educational Materials to Electronic Format with Web Accessiblity.. Update and Maintain Database-driven Information Resources.. Provided Feeds of Images and Information to External Web Application.. Applications.. To better facilitate our work, the Center has developed three proprietary products that provide the backbone for our web applications and services.. Bugwood Image Database System.. pdf.. Early Detection and Distribution Mapping System.. (EDDMapS) -.. BugwoodWiki.. Personnel.. Dr.. G.. Keith Douce,.. Co-Director, Professor of Entomology.. David J.. Moorhead,.. Co-Director, Professor of Silviculture.. Charles T.. Bargeron,.. Technology Director.. Joe LaForest.. , IPM and Forest Health Coordinator.. Karan Rawlins.. , Invasive Species Coordinator.. Salina McAllister.. , Administrative Assistant II.. Rebekah D.. Wallace.. , EDDMapS Data Coordinator.. Christa Barlow.. , Publication and Web Specialist.. Anna Bowden.. , Image Specialist.. Walter B.. Sikora.. , Laboratory Technician – Insect Taxonomy.. Michasia Harris.. , Lab Helper.. Location.. The University of Georgia - Tifton Campus, Tifton, GA.. The campus provides agricultural and environmental research, outreach and instruction with almost 100 UGA scientists working with USDA Agricultural Research Service researchers.. Tifton is listed as one of the “100 Best Small Towns in America”.. Tifton is located 180 miles south of Atlanta and has a county population of 40,000.. Directions.. Nearby Hotels.. Google Map..

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  • Title: Topics
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  • Title: Websites
    Descriptive info: Below is a list of the Websites hosted by the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.. Bark and Wood Boring Beetles of the World.. Bugwood Images.. Cogongrass in the Southeast.. Everglades CISMA.. Florida EPPC.. Florida Invasive Species Partnership.. Forest* A *Syst.. Georgia EPPC.. Georgia Invasive Species Task Force.. National Association of EPPCs.. National Network of Invasive Plant Centers.. Northern Rockies Invasive Plant Council.. Regional Tropical Soda Apple Task Force.. River to River CWMA.. Southeast EPPC.. Southern Forest Insect Work Conference.. Widely Prevalent Bacteria.. Widely Prevalent Fungi.. Widely Prevalent Viruses..

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  • Title: Publications
    Descriptive info: Bugwood Network Publications.. Invasive Plant Responses to Silvicultural Practices in the South.. Identifying Controlling Cogongrass in GA.. Field Guide to the Identification of Cogongrass.. Cogongrass: A New Threat to Georgia Pest Alert.. Invasive Plants of Georgia's Forests.. Invasive Weeds in Georgia Flyer.. Aquatic Pests Flyer.. Hemlock Woolly Adegid in Georgia.. Invasive Plants of the Eastern United States: Identification and Control.. Wanted: Tropical Soda Apple.. Gypsy Moth: Stop the Spread.. Small Broomrape - Orobanche minor.. Karnal Bunt.. Bugwood Network Flyer.. Pine Bark Beetles.. Forest Weed Control Publications.. Bark Beetles of North America CD-ROM.. Forest Pests of North America Photo CD.. Intensive Forest Management Publications.. Forest Fertilization Publications.. Conservation Reserve Program Publications.. Sustainable Forestry - Reforestation: Growing Tomorrow's Forests Today.. Container Bareroot Tree Nurseries.. Christmas Tree Production.. Information Technology Publications.. USDA Forest Service - Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team.. Forestry Images: Development Methodology and Technology.. Biological Control of Invasive Plants in the Eastern United States.. Invasive Plants of Asian Origin Established in the United States and Their Natural Enemies Volume 1.. Invasive Plants of Asian Origin Established in the United States and Their Natural Enemies Volume 2.. Biology and Biological Control of Yellow Starthistle.. Biology and Biological Control of Knapweed.. Biology and Biological Control of Purple Loosestrife.. Biology and Biological Control of Dalmatian and Yellow Toadflax.. Biological Control of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid.. 1st International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods.. Second International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods.. Invasive Insects, Pathogens and Plants in Western and Pacific Island Forests.. Assessing Host Ranges for Parasitoids and Predators used for Classical Biological Control.. USDA Forest Service - Forest Health Protection.. Nonnative Invasive Plants of Southern Forests - A Field Guide for Identification and Control.. Invasive Plants of the Thirteen Southern States.. Ash Pests: A Guide to Major Insects, Diseases, Air Pollution Injury and Chemical Injury.. Guide to insect borers of North American broadleaf trees and shrubs.. Insects and Diseases of Trees in the South.. Major Hardwood Defoliators of the Eastern United States.. Field Guide to Diseases and Insect Pests of Idaho and Montana Forests.. How to Evaluate and Manage Storm-Damaged Forest Areas.. Forest Nursery Pests.. Oak Pests: A Guide to Major Insects, Diseases and Chemical Injury.. Caterpillars on the Foliage of Conifers in the Northeastern United States.. Insects and Diseases of Cottonwood.. The  ...   in Southern Forests.. USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.. Managing the Japanese Beetle: A Homeowner’s Handbook.. Conference Proceedings.. SE-EPPC 7th Annual Conference.. - Birmingham, AL - May 3-5, 2005.. Invasions in the Coastal Plain.. - Tifton, GA - April 13, 2005.. Terrestrial Plant Invasions in the Temperate South.. - Greenville, SC - June 4-5, 2003.. Florida's Garden of Good and Evil.. - Palm Beach Gardens, FL - June 4-7, 1998.. Emerald Ash Borer: Research and Technology Development Meeting 2005 -.. Emerald Ash Borer: Research and Technology Development Meeting 2004.. Emerald Ash Borer: Research and Technology Development Meeting 2003 -.. Proceedings of Terrestrial Plant Invasions in the Temperate South: The Problem, Consequence, and Taking Control Presentations - June 4-5, 2003.. Proceedings of the X International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds - July 4-14, 1999.. Exotic Pests of Eastern Forests Conference Proceedings - April 8-10, 1997.. European Publications.. The Atlas of Forest Insect Pests.. - Polish Forest Research Institute.. Leaf mines and leaf miners.. - Hungarian Forest Research Institute.. Xylophagous Insects.. European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization Reporting Service.. Georgia Forestry Commission Publications.. Bark Beetles of Southern Pines - Identification and Control.. A Guide To Common Forest Pests In Georgia.. Georgia Forestry Commission - Forest Health Monitoring Factsheets.. False Chinch Bug - Forest Health Pest Alert.. Hazards of the Outdoors.. Emerald Ash Borer Wanted Poster.. Sudden Oak Death.. Conifer Sawflies.. Exotic Pest Plant Council Publications.. Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Council Invasive Plant Manual.. Wildland Weeds.. Invasive Weeds in Georgia.. GA-EPPC Invasive Exotic Plants - Becoming Part of the Solution PowerPoint.. Invasive Plant Pest Species of South Carolina.. Tennessee and Kentucky EPPC Exotic Plant Flash Cards.. Tennessee's Native Plant Alternatives to Exotic Invasives.. Mississippi's 10 Worst Invasive Weeds.. Alabama's 10 Worst Invasive Weeds.. 2007 Additions to the Alabama Invasive Plant Council’s list of invasive plants.. Identification and Biology of Non-Native Plants in Florida's Natural Areas.. Landscaping with Native Plants in Tennessee.. Invasive Plants in Our Backyards.. Native Plants for Your Backyard.. FL-EPPC Colubrina asiatica Management Plan.. FL-EPPC Brazilian Peppertree Management Plan.. FL-EPPC Lygodium microphyllum Management Plan.. FL-EPPC Melaleuca Management Plan.. FL-EPPC Chinese Tallow Management Plan.. Other Publications.. Plant Invaders of Mid-Atlantic Natural Areas.. Field Guide to Common Insect Pests of Urban Trees in the Northeast.. Wildfire Risk Assessment Guide for Homeowners..

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  • Title: Image Archives
    Descriptive info: Image Archives.. Bugwood Image Database Home.. This is the central site for users to manage the settings on their account.. For photographers is inculdes an image uploader, profile page editor, statistics on image use, and an image recruitment area to let you know what images people need.. Forestry Images is provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to forest health and silviculture.. Insect Images provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to insects focusing on the organization of images by taxonomic relationships and the type of damage they cause and the various life stages of each species.. The Entomological Society of America has begun to work with us to improve the site and develop new functionality to meet the needs of Entomologists.. IPM Images provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to Integrated Pest Management of various commodities.. The  ...   Weed Science Society of America.. It features high quality images related to weeds in agronomic crops, herbicide symptoms and othre topics of importance to Weed Science.. Increased interest in the effect of invasive species on our natural ecosystems created a great demand for quality images to identify current and potential invaders.. org provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to identification and management of invasive species.. ForestPests.. org provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to insects and diseases affecting forests.. We have focused on symptomology and identification features as well as information on the lifecycle and management of insects and diseases found in forests.. BarkBeetles.. org provides an accessible and easily used archive of high quality images related to a wide array of bark and wood boring beetles focusing on identification features and characteristics as well as information on their lifecycle and management..

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  • Title: Contact Us
    Descriptive info: The University of Georgia Phone: 229-386-3298.. P.. O.. Box 748 Fax: 229-386-3352.. 2360 Rainwater Road.. Tifton, GA 31793-5766.. Keith Douce.. Co-Director.. Professor of Entomology.. kdouce@uga.. edu.. Background.. Moorhead.. Professor of Silviculture.. moorhead@uga.. Chuck Bargeron.. cbargero@uga.. IPM and Forest Health Specialist.. laforest@uga.. Invasive Species Coordinator.. krawlins@uga.. Administrative Assistant.. salina@uga.. Web and Publications Specialist.. cbarlow@uga.. EDDMapS Data Coordinator.. bekahwal@uga.. Digital Image Specialist.. Lily Connor.. Image Specialist.. Rustico David.. Web and Mobile Application Programmer..

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  • Title: Support the Center
    Descriptive info: Support the Center.. Your tax-deductible donation to the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health (CISEH) helps support us in our mission to serve a lead role in development, consolidation and dissemination of information and programs focused on invasive species, forest health, natural resource and agricultural management through technology development, program implementation, training, applied research and public awareness at the state, regional, national and international levels.. If you would like to learn more about giving to CISEH, please contact director.. or.. David Moorhead..  ...   responsible for taking the photos.. A few photographers have chosen to donate the commercial rights from their images to the Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.. This allows the Center to charge a fee for commercial use of the images.. This revenue helps to support center operations.. If you wish to donate the commercial rights for your images to the Center, contact.. Joseph LaForest.. to find out more details and about the process and begin the process of the donating the commercial rights..

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  • Title: Help
    Descriptive info: Bugwood Network Help.. Hello and welcome to the Bugwood Network.. The Work Group gathers, creates, maintains and promotes the use of digital information as resources to enhance educational activities in the fields of entomology, forestry, forest health, natural resources, and other areas of agriculture.. This web site contains management information, publications, videos and other products generated by the Work Group in a convenient and consistent manner.. In order to ensure the optimum use of our site, this page provides general information on navigation, web browers and plugs-ins needed.. Hardware and Software Requirements.. This web page is best viewed under Netscape Navigator 4.. 0 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.. 0.. As newer versions of these and other browsers are released and become used then the site will be adapted to benefit from their newer features while also ensuring capability with older browsers.. This page was designed to be viewed on a monitor with a graphics card set at 800x600 resolution with thousands of viewable colors.. In Windows 95, 98 or 2000 this can be set under the Control Panel, Display Properties, Settings.. If your computer is only capable of 640x480 resolution or 256 colors then the site is still usable except some colors in the images may be distorted.. Getting Around.. Getting around Bugwood is easy.. Each page is designed to help you get to where you want to go and find the information you need as quickly as possible.. Every page of the site has a consistent look.. Our logo (four converging arrows) is located in the upper left hand corner  ...   access RealAudio and RealVideo files over the Internet thus letting you play live and on-demand audio and video without download delays.. When you click a RealAudio or RealVideo link on a World Wide Web page, your RealPlayer automatically opens and plays the file you have selected.. This player is available for Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000 and 3.. 1, or the Macintosh and can be download for free at:.. real.. com/products/player/get.. RealPlayer Plus is also available for $29.. 95 and allows you to save and playback videoclips while offline.. To Receive Updates.. If you would like to receive more information about our products and updates to our web site then send e-mail to.. bugwood@arches.. uga.. and you will be added to our electronic mailing list.. Technical Information.. This site was developed under Microsoft Windows 98 using Adobe Photoshop 5.. 5 and Net Objects Fusion 4.. The images used on this site came from Forest Insects and Their Damage: Volumes I and II (G.. K.. Douce, G.. J.. Lenhard, B.. T.. Watson, and D.. Moorhead), Forest Pests of North America (G.. Douce, D.. Moorhead, B.. Watson, and C.. Bargeron) and from Bugwood and KnowPics archive.. All other graphics and original artwork used on this site were either developed by The University of Georgia; The University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Cooperative Extension Service; or The Entomology and Forest Resources Digital Information Work Group and are the property of these respective organizations.. Still have a question?.. If you have any other questions or comments about our site, then send e-mail to..

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  • Title: Georgia Information
    Descriptive info: Georgia Information.. Bugwood Web Sites.. Georgia Integrated Pest Management Program.. Georgia Exotic Pest Plant Council.. Entomology Publications.. Top 50 Insects Important to Agriculture in Georgia.. Hemlock Woolly Adelgid in Georgia.. Wanted: Emerald Ash Borer.. Gypsy Moth: Stop the Spread.. Forestry Publications.. GFC Forest Health Monitoring Factsheets.. 4H/FFA Forestry Field Day Information.. Invasive Plant Publications.. Cogongrass Information.. Aquatic Pests:  ...   Concern.. Sudden Oak Death Update for Georgia.. Related Web Sites.. University of Georgia.. University of Georgia - Cooperative Extension Service.. University of Georgia - College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.. University of Georgia - Entomology Department.. University of Georgia - Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.. Georgia Forestry Commission.. Georgia Department of Agriculture.. Georgia Department of Natural Resources..

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  • Title: Global Information
    Descriptive info: Global Information.. Quick Links:.. Web Sites.. Memorandum of Agreements.. Rotary International.. Global Traffic.. Images.. Eastern Arc Mountains Information Source.. Africa - Forestry, Agroforestry and Environment.. International Memorandum of Agreements.. Moi University in Kenya.. - expired.. Slovenia Forest Service, Ljubljana, Slovenia.. University of West Hungary-Faculty of Forestry, Sopron, Hungary.. Universidad Nacional Agaria- Managua, Nicaragua.. Center Co-Director Dr.. Keith Douce received a Teaching grant to teach at the University of West Hungary in Sopron Hungary for Winter Semester 2008.. He is teaching 1) Invasion Ecology; 2) Forest Health with a North America Focus; and 3) Extension and Outreach – Forestry Focus.. Images with Location:.. 124,193.. Images taken in U.. A:.. 103,358.. Images taken outside of the U.. 20,835.. Africa.. 1,011.. Asia.. 839.. Europe.. 13,059.. North America.. 104,974.. Oceania.. 3,191.. South America.. 1,117.. Country.. Number of Images.. American Samoa.. 48.. Argentina.. 58.. Aruba.. 3.. Australia.. 2,630.. Austria.. 6..  ...   80.. Finland.. France.. 423.. Georgia.. Germany.. 566.. Greece.. Grenada.. Guam.. Guatemala.. 31.. Guinea-Bissau.. 12.. Honduras.. 153.. Hong Kong.. 37.. Hungary.. 5,464.. Iceland.. India.. 54.. Indonesia.. 270.. Iran.. Ireland.. Israel.. 21.. Italy.. 325.. Jamaica.. 18.. Japan.. Jordan.. Kenya.. 476.. Lithuania.. 15.. Madagascar.. 4.. Malawi.. Mexico.. 364.. Micronesia.. Mongolia.. 38.. Mozambique.. 5.. Nambia.. Nepal.. Netherlands.. 34.. Netherlands Antilles.. 101.. New Zealand.. 53.. Nicaragua.. 59.. Niger.. Nigeria.. Northern Mariana Islands.. Norway.. 251.. Pakistan.. 30.. Palau.. Panama.. Papua New Guinea.. 75.. Peru.. 42.. Philippines.. Poland.. 849.. Portugal.. Puerto Rico.. Reunion.. Romania.. 190.. Russia.. 265.. Saint Vincent/Grenadines.. Samoa.. Serbia/Montenegro.. Seychelles.. Singapore.. Slovakia.. 2,778.. Slovenia.. 200.. South Africa.. 124.. South Korea.. 44.. Spain.. 93.. St.. Martin/St.. Maarten.. 24.. Sudan.. 13.. Swaziland.. Sweden.. 11.. Switzerland.. 122.. Taiwan.. Tanzania.. 211.. Thailand.. 35.. Tonga.. Trinidad and Tobago.. 86.. Turkey.. Uganda.. United Kingdom.. United States.. Uruguay.. Venezuela.. 71.. Vietnam.. 10.. Virgin Islands.. 121.. Yemen.. Zimbabwe..

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