Publications & References


Akashi, Y. and D. Mueller-Dombois. 1995. A landscape perspective of the Hawaiian rain forest dieback. Journal of Vegetation Science 6:449-464.

Asner, G.P., R.E. Martin, L.M. Keith, W.P. Heller, M.A. Hughes, N.R. Vaughn, R.F. Hughes, and C. Balzotti. 2018. A spectral mapping signature for the Rapid Ohia Death (ROD) pathogen in Hawaiian forests. Remote Sensing 10:404.

Atkinson, C.T., Roy, K., and C. Granthon. 2019. Economical environmental sampler designs for detecting airborne spread of fungi responsible for Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death Death. Hawaiʻi Cooperative Studies Unit Technical Report HCSU-087. 

Barnes, I, A. Fourie, M.J. Wingfield, T.C. Harrington, D.L. McNew, L.S. Sugiyama, B.C. Luiz, W.P. Heller, and L.M. Keith. 2018. New Ceratocystis species associated with rapid death of Metrosideros polymorpha in Hawaiʻi. Persoonia -Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution of Fungi.

Brown, A.C. and M. Matsuura. 1941. Black rot of sweet potato. Agricultural Extension Circular #134, University of Hawaiʻi.

Burgan, R.E. and R.E. Nelson. 1972. Decline of ohia lehua forests in Hawaii. General Technical Report PSW-3. Berkeley, CA: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 4 p.

Camp, R.J., D.A. LaPointe, P.J. Hart, D.E. Sedgwick, and L.K. Canale. 2019. Large-scale tree mortality from Rapid Ohia Death negatively influences avifauna in lower Puna, Hawaii Island, USAThe Condor, , duz007,

Friday, J. B., R. F. Hughes, and L. M. Keith. 2015. Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death (Ceratocystis Wilt of ‘Ōhi‘a). PD-107, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa.

Friday, J. B. and D. A. Herbert. 2006. Metrosideros polymorpha (ohia lehua). In: Elevitch, C. E., ed. Traditional Trees of Pacific Islands. Permanent Agriculture Resources, Holualoa, HI.

Harrington, T. Diseases caused by Ceratocystis species. (accessed April 27, 2015).

Hodges, C. S., K. T. Adee, J. D. Stein, H. Wood, and R. D. Doty. 1986. Decline of ohia (Metrosideros polymorpha) in Hawaii: a review. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-86. Berkeley, Calif.: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Exp. Stn.

Keith, L.M., R. F. Hughes, L. S. Sugiyama, W. P. Heller, B. C. Bushe, and J. B. Friday. 2015. First report of Ceratocystis wilt on ʻōhiʻa. Plant Disease.

Loope, L.L. and J.Y. Uchida. 2012. The challenge of retarding erosion of island biodiversity through phytosanitary measures: an update on the case of Puccinia psidii in Hawai‘i. Pacific Science 66(2):127-139. 

Mortenson, L.A., R.F. Hughes, J.B. Friday, L.M. Keith, and J.M. Barbosa. 2016. Assessing spatial distribution, stand impacts and rate of Ceratocystis fimbriata induced ʻōhiʻa (Metrosideros polymorpha) mortality in a tropical wet forest, Hawai‘i Island, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 377: 83–92.

Papp, R.P. and G.A. Samuelson. 1981. Life history and ecology of Plagithmysus bilineatus, an endemic Hawaiian borer associated with Ohia Lehua (Myrtaceae). Entomological Society of America 74(4): 387-390.

Roy, K., C.P. Ewing, M.A. Hughes, L. Keith, and G.M. Bennett. 2018. Presence and viability of Ceratocystis lukuohia in ambrosia beetle frass from Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death-affected Metrosideros polymorpha trees on Hawaiʻi Island. Forest Pathology e12476.

Vaughn, N.R., G.P. Asner, P.G. Brodrick, R.E. Martin, J.W. Heckler, D.E. Knapp, and R.F. Hughes. 2018. An approach for high-resolution mapping of Hawaiian Metrosideros forest mortality using laser-guided imaging spectrosopy. Remote Sensing 10:502.