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Books and periodicals

Amman, G.D., McGregor, M.D. and R.E. Dolph Jr. 2004. Mountain Pine Beetle. Forest Insect And Disease leaflet 2. US Department of Agriculture. 9pp.

Gadd, B. 1995. Handbook of the Canadian Rockies. Second Edition. Corax Press, Jasper, Alberta, Canada. 831 pp.

Furniss, M.M. and J.B. Johnson, 2002. Field Guide to the Bark Beetles of Idaho and Adjacent regions. Agricultrual Publications, University of Idaho. Moscow Idaho. 125 pp.

Schmidt-Nielsen1990. Animal Physiology: Adaptation and Environment. Fourth Edition. Cambridge University Press. New York. 602 pp.

Paine, T.D., Raffa, K.F. and T.C. Harrington. 1997. Interactions Among Scolytid Bark Beetles, Their Associated Fungi, and Live Host Conifers. Annual Review of Entomology. 179-206.

Pearse, V., Pearse, J., Buchsbaum, M., and R. Buchsbaum.1987. Living Invertebrates. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Boston, Massachusetts and The Boxwood Press, Pacific Grove, California. 848 pp.

Wallace, R.L., Taylor, W.K. and J.R. Litton, Jr. 1989. Beck and Braithwaites Invertebrate Zoology: A laboratory manual. Macmillon Publishing Company. New York. 337pp.

Wilson, N. L. 2000. Preserving Ecological Processes: A Decision Support Document for Forest Insect and Disease Management in Jasper National Park. Masters Degree Project, University of Calgary. 156pp.


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