Andrew J. Storer
Associate Dean, SFRES
- PhD, Forest Entomology, University of Oxford
- MA, St. Anne's College, University of Oxford
- BA, Pure and Applied Biology, University of Oxford
Areas of Expertise
- Forest insect ecology
- Insect/fungus/plant interactions in forest ecosystems
- Impacts of exotic species on forest ecosystems
- Interactions among fire, insects and disease in forests
- Urban forest health
Ebanyenle, E, A.J. Burton and A.J. Storer. 2016. Elevated tropospheric CO2 and O-3 may not alter
initial wood decomposition rate or wood-decaying fungal community composition of Northern
Hardwoods. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation: 111: 74-77
Mercader, RJ, DG McCullough, AJ Storer, JM Bedford, R Heyd, TM Poland and S. Katovich. 2016.
Estimating local spread of recently established emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis ,
infestations and the potential to influence it with a systemic insecticide and girdled ash trees.
Forest Ecology and Management 366:87-97.
Brockerhoff, EG, M.Dick, R. Ganley, A Roques and AJ Storer. 2016. Role of insect vectors in
epidemiology and invasion risk of Fusarium circinatum , and risk assessment of biological control
of invasive Pinus contorta . Biological Invasions 18: 1177-1190.
Shartell, LM, GR Corace III, AJ Storer,and DM Kashian. 2015. Broad and local-scale patterns of
exotic earthworm functional groups in forests of National Wildlife Refuges of the Upper Midwest,
USA. Biological Invasions 17: 3591-3607.
Clark, RE, KN Boyes, LE Morgan, AJ Storer and JM Marshall. 2015. Development and assessment of
ash mortality models in relation to emerald ash borer infestation. Arboriculture and Urban
Forestry 41(5): 270-278.