David C. Shaw
Associate ProfessoR, Department of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management
Forest Health Specialist, Forestry and Natural Resources Extension
I am a forest health specialist and forest biologist who studies applied and basic aspects of forest pathology (fungi), forest entomology (insects), and forest parasitic plants (mistletoe), as well as their interactions with tree mortality, forest disturbance, fire, drought and Silviculture. I am Director of the Swiss Needle Cast Cooperative, an applied research cooperative focused on a needle disease of Douglas-fir. I am also Co-PI for the Permanent Plot System, a long-term vegetation monitoring program sponsored by the USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station and NSF/LTER at the USFS H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, cooperating with OSU.
Faculty webpage: http://ferm.forestry.oregonstate.edu/facstaff/shaw-david
Swiss Needle Cast Cooperative webpage: http://sncc.forestry.oregonstate.edu/
Pacific Northwest Permanent Sample Plot Program webpage: http://pnwpsp.forestry.oregonstate.edu/
Shaw, D.C. and M.C. Agne. 2017. Fire and Dwarf Mistletoe (Viscaceae: Arceuthobium species) in Western North America: Contrasting Arceuthobium tsugense and Arceuthobium americanum. Botany 95(3): 231-246, 10.1139/cjb-2016-0245.
Pritchard, K.R., J.C. Hagar, and D.C. Shaw. 2017. Avian abundance and diversity are associated with Oak Mistletoe (Phoradendron villosum) in Willamette Valley Quercus Woodlands. Botany 95(3): 283-294. 10.1139/cjb-2016-0249.
Shaw, D.C., T. Woolley, R.G. Kelsey, B.A. McPherson, D. Westlind, D.L. Wood, and E.K. Peterson. 2017. Surface fuels in recent Phytophthora ramorum created gaps and adjacent intact Quercus agrifolia forests, East Bay Regional Parks, California, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 384: 331-338.
Ritóková, G., D.C. Shaw, G. Filip, A. Kanaskie, J. Browning, and D. Norlander. 2016. Swiss needle cast in Western Oregon Douglas-fir plantations: 20-year monitoring results. Forests 7: 155. doi:10.3390/f7080155.
Agne, M. C., D.C. Shaw, T.J. Woolley, and M. E. Queijeiro-Bolaños. 2014. Effects of dwarf mistletoe on stand structure of lodgepole pine forests 21-28 years post-mountain pine beetle mortality in central Oregon. PLoS ONE 9: e107532.