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Vince Jones' Publications

The publications are grouped according to the type of reference: Referred Publications, Books (authored or edited)/Chapters, and Misc. Articles. Also included are the last two years' Presentations. Click on the named tab for the category you are intested in. Most of the reprints listed below can be downloaded free as pdf files. The size of the newer reprints are generally smaller; the older reprints were scanned as 300 dpi graphic files and are much larger. The size of each file is indicated at the end of the reference and also acts as the link to download.
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(Last 4 years only; first author & presenter only.)

2013

Biocontrol research in the last five years and the next five. 109th Wash. State Hortic. Assoc. Ann. Meeting, Wenatchee, WA. 2-4 Dec. 2013. (invited speaker).

Enhancing biological control in Western orchards: an overview of a five year effort. Pacific Branch Entomol. Soc. American. Lake Tahoe, NV. 7-10 Apr.

Woodworth Award Presentation. Pacific Branch Entomol. Soc. American. Lake Tahoe, NV. 7-10 Apr.

Alternative methods of codling moth control. Columbia Fruit IPM meeting. 13 Feb. (invited speaker).

Enhancing BC in apples: how do conventional and organic systems differ? Wash. Tree Fruit Research Commission Crop Protection Meeting. 30 Jan.

Enhancing biological control in western orchards: A summary of new information and directions for future research. Wash. Tree Fruit Research Commission Crop Protection Meeting. 30 Jan. (invited speaker).

Models to assess pesticide impact on CM, OBLR, and Chrysopa nigricornis. Wash. Tree Fruit Research Commission Crop Protection Meeting. 30 Jan.

2012

How a Perfect Storm of Technology, Legislation, and Applied Ecology is Finally Leading to IPM in Western Orchards. Invitied Speaker. UC Davis, Dept. of Entomology Graduate Seminar. 25 April. Wenatchee, WA. (abstract & notice)

Using HIPV's to Monitor Natural Enemies in Western Apple, Pear and Walnut Orchards. WOPDMC, 11-13 Jan. Portland, OR.

2011

Using herbivore-induced plant volatiles to enhance biological control in Western Apple, Pear, and Walnut orchards. Symposium on Host Plant Volatiles: Identifying New Approaches for Insect Pest Management. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America (ESA), Reno, NV. 13-16 Nov.

Development of automated traps for monitoring pests in tree fruits. WSU-Sunrise Annual Field Day. 16 Aug. Wenatchee, WA.

Progress and highlights of the SCRI grant to enhance BC in western orchards. WSU-Sunrise Annual Field Day, 16 Aug. Wenatchee, WA.

SCRI overview and new techniques to monitor natural enemies and the development of natural enemy models. OSU-MCAREC Field Day 20 July, Hood River, OR.

Evaluating the US national digital forecast database for use as virtual weather stations to drive the WSU-Decision Aid System. 9th International Symposium on Modeling in Fruit Research and Orchard Management, 19-23 June, St. Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada

How IPM can help reduce chemical offsite movement. NRCS Conference on role of conservation buffers in protecting natural resources. 19-20 April. Portland, OR. (invited speaker)

Web-based IPM and biological control educational programs. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Technology Review. 14 April.

Enhancing biocontrol in Western orchards: An overview. UC IPM planning meeting, 15 April. Davis, CA.

WSU-DAS: an overview. UC IPM planning meeting, 15 April. Davis, CA.

Enhancing biocontrol in Western orchards: An overview. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Pest Management Review. 27 Jan. Yakima, WA. (invited speaker)

Defining natural enemy biology and phenology to improve IPM. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Pest Management Review. 27 Jan. Yakima, WA.

Enhancing BC in apples: how do conventional and organic IPM systems differ? Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Pest Management Review. 27 Jan. Yakima, WA.

2010

Overview and information needed to integrate conservation BC into orchard systems. ESA National meeting, San Diego, CA. 12-15 Dec.. (symposium; also organized symposium).

Enhancing Biocontrol in Western orchards: an Overview. Wash. State Horticultural Assoc. 7 Dec. Yakima, WA.

Conservation BC in Western Orchard Crops: A comprehensive approach. WRCC 2185 Annual Meeting, Coeur d’ Alene, ID. Oct. 25.

Update on the USDA Specialty Crops Research Initiative project on “Enhancing Biological Control in Western Orchards”. WSU-Sunrise Research Orchard Field Day. 29 July.

Enhancing BC in Organic Orchards Using HIPV Lures to Characterize, Monitor and Manipulate Natural Enemies. Symposium presentation, Pacific Branch of the Entomological Society of America’s 94th annual meeting, Boise, ID. 11-14 April.

Enhancing Biological Control to Stabilize Western Orchard IPM Systems. Poster. WSU Academic Showcase (poster presentation)

WSU-DAS and virtual weather stations. SAGES Climate Change Meetings, Vancouver, BC. 24 March 24. (invited presentation)

Enhancing biological control in orchard systems: using HIPV’s as monitoring tools. 84th Annual Western Orchard Pest and Disease Management Conference. Portland, OR. 13-15 January.

Evaluation of environmental data used for IPM models. Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission meeting. April 8, Ellensburg, WA.

Evaluation of environmental data used for IPM models. Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission meeting. Oct. 28, Prosser, WA.

WSU–Decision Aid System: A brief introduction (1 hr). SCRI Planning Grant Meeting, Oct. 7-8, Baltimore, MD. (invited presentation)

Defining NE Biology and Phenology to improve IPM. Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission meeting, Wenatchee, WA. 28 Jan.

Interaction of dispersal and management of CM and OBLR. Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission meeting, Wenatchee, WA. 28 Jan.

2009

Update on WSU–Decision aid system and user survey results. Western Orchard Pest and Disease Conference, Portland, OR. 15 January

Defining natural enemy biology and phenology to improve IPM. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Pest Management Review. Richland, WA. 22 January. (invited speaker)

Changes in WSU–Decision Aid System this coming year. Northwest Wholesale Fruit School, Wenatchee, WA 28 January (invited speaker)

WSU-DAS 3.0 – improvements you’ll see this year. North-Central WA Fieldman’s Assoc. Meeting. 17 Feb., Wenatchee, WA. (invited speaker)

There’s a subtle perfection underlying everything we do or Population biology help make IPM better. WSU-TFREC/USDA seminar series 5 March. Wenatchee, WA.

Using pest and natural enemy phenology to enhance biological control in orchards. International IPM Symposium, Portland, OR 24-26 March. (Invited symposium speaker)

Marking insects in orchard systems to evaluate dispersal effects on population dynamics. International IPM Symposium, Portland, OR 24-26 March. (Invited symposium speaker)

Evolution and implementation of decision support systems in perennial crops. Pacific Branch Entomological Society of America, San Diego, CA. 31 April. (Invited symposium speaker)

Tree fruit decision aid system. Wash. State Commission on Pesticide Registration Annual Retreat. Moses Lake, WA 13 May (invited speaker)

Decision support systems for Washington tree fruit. Italian Grower Tour, 29 July, Wenatchee, WA (in Italian)

WSU-Decision Aid System and its future. PNW Engineering Solutions Workshop (invited speaker). Wilsonville, OR. 11 Aug.

Improving biological control of insect pests of cherry. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Cherry Review. 12 Nov., Yakima, WA

2008

Is the biofix for codling moth PETE model necessary in Washington? Western Orchard Pest and Disease Conference, Portland, OR. 10 Jan.

Improving apple IPM by maximizing opportunities for biological control. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Pest Management Review, Pasco, WA 31 Jan. (invited presentation)

Defining natural enemy biology and phenology to improve IPM. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Pest Management Review, Pasco, WA 31 Jan. (invited presentation)

Interaction of dispersal and management of CM and OBLR. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Pest Management Review, Pasco, WA 31 Jan. (poster)

WSU–Decision Aid System and what it can do for you. NW Wholesale IPM Session. 5 Feb. (invited speaker)

Expanding and stabilizing WSU-DAS. Wash. Tree Fruit Res. Commission Tech Committee Meeting 27 March, 14 Aug., 9 Dec.

Comparison of the effect of delayed female mating on reproductive biology of codling moth and obliquebanded leafroller. Pacific Branch of ESA, Napa, CA. 1 March.

Decision support systems. Engineering solutions for specialty crops. Pasco, WA. 28-29 July. (invited speaker)

Jones VP, JF Brunner, D Horton, T Unruh, E Beers, K Gallardo, J Goldberger, N Mills, P Shearer and S Castagnolli. 2008. Enhancing Biological Control to Stabalize Orchard IPM Systems. Poster. 104th Annual Washington State Horticultural Association meeting. Yakima, WA. Dec. 1-3, 2008. (3.2 MB)

WSU-Decision Aid System: Latest Features and Survey Results. Ann. Wash. State Hort. Assoc Meeting, Yakima, WA (poster). 2 Dec.

WSU - Decision Aid System
Presented at the Yakima Pomological Society monthly meeting, 10/17/07.

Vincent P. Jones

Professor & Entomologist

Department of Entomology, Washington State University Tree Fruit Research & Extension Center, Wenatchee, WA 98801

(509) 663-8181 ext. 273 (phone) (509) 662-8714 (fax)

email: vpjones@wsu.edu


 

Links of Interest

Codling moth mating videos

Immuno-marking studies

Decision Aid System user statistics

 

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