1959. 2014. Loo, and D.A. Washington, DC. Assessment of Black Ash (Fraxinus nigra) Decline in Minnesota. 1999 to 2017). Gucker, C.L. 25-27. Ash Yellows could also be a native disease overlooked until the 1980s because its symptoms are largely indistinguishable from the effects of drought, flooding or opportunistic fungal parasites (Pokorny and Sinclair 1994). In:Studies of Maple Blight. 2017. Climate change can influence forest disturbance by insects and pathogens through: 1) direct effects on the development, survival and dispersal of pathogens and herbivores, 2) changes in tree physiology that can influence resistance to pathogens and herbivores and 3) indirect effects from changes in the abundance of insect vectors of tree pathogens (Ayres and Lombardero 2000; Sturrock et al. 2010. Iverson, L.R., and A.M. Prasad. COSEWIC (Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada). sambucifolia (Lam.) comm. Davies (Jr.). Manion, P.D. 1984. Other Canadian provincial ranks, reviewed in 2016, are: S4 (Apparently Secure) in Ontario; S4S5 (Apparently Secure to Secure) in New Brunswick; and S5? Other potential rangewide threats of lesser immediacy or magnitude are: 1) the unknown factor (most likely an introduced disease or insect, potentially the Wooly Alder Psyllid - Psyllopsis discrepans) that is believed to have caused major declines in Nova Scotia since 1958; 2) the Asian fungal ash disease Chalara dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus), which is causing extreme loss of the closely related European Ash in Europe and is virulent in Black Ash but is not yet known in North America; and 3) climate change, which is predicted to significantly reduce the region suitable for Black Ash within one to two generations. 2018). 2014), at diameters of 2.5 cm and above (McCullough et al. US Department of Agriculture, US Forest Service. Boland. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) On the Use of Herbicides in Canadian Forest. Forest Health Alert: Emerald Ash Borer. Analyse écologique des peuplements de frêne noir (Fraxinus nigra) des rives du lac Duparquet, nord-ouest du Québec. Black Ash Swamp Ash Basket Ash Hoop Ash Brown Ash =Habitat and Range.=--Wet woods, river bottoms, and swamps. 2012. February 23, 2017. In 1978, COSEWIC designated its first species and produced its first list of Canadian species at risk. Given the extent of forestry, even a small but consistent decline in its abundance in post-harvest regeneration would add up to a non-trivial loss over three generations. Steele. Curtis (1959) called the winter-shed fruits “ice boats”. 72 pp. Project of the Aazhoodena and George Family Group for the Ipperwash Inquiry. 2006), but Klooster et al. Shoot Point Blank Blue Ash Set as my store. Mycoplasma-like organisms as causes of slow growth and decline of trees and shrubs. comm. Browsing by White tailed deer may be significant in some areas within the southern part of the range as is the case with Moose in northern Cape Breton. 2016. 1999 to 2017; AC CDC 2017). Hybrid ash tree named ‘Northern Treasure’ US PP11840 P2. 2017) indicates current rarity, likely caused by intensive deer browsing. All forestry impacts are dealt with under 5.3 Logging and wood harvesting. Minnesota’s Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy. Scientific Name: Fraxinus nigra Marshall Genetic analysis of landscape connectivity in tree populations. Distribution map. Black Ash (Fraxinus nigra Marsh. Email correspondence with C.S. 2011. Sork, V., and P. Smouse. Forest Ecology and Management. Johnston, C.A., and R.J. Naiman. Blaney, concerning the distribution, abundance and status of Black Ash in Quebec and Ontario. Statistics Canada. Across its Canadian range, Black Ash is widespread on provincial and federal Crown land and occurs in hundreds of provincial parks, conservation areas, public and non-governmental nature reserves, and other lands managed fully or partially for conservation. [accessed May 2016], USDA NRCS. obs. Did Native Americans influence the northward migration of plants during the Holocene?. 2005. The majority of Black Ash’s Canadian range is within regions of relatively contiguous forest, differing from the moderately to highly fragmented nature of much of heavily EAB-impacted areas of the United States and southernmost Ontario and Quebec. Hendrickson (2012) investigated genetic diversity of Black and Red Ash in Minnesota. In:Sniezko,R.A., A.D. Yanchuk, J.T. 2001. Changes in climate at the magnitude and speed predicted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC 2014) will likely bring about considerable changes in forest composition and ecosystem processes in North America (Iverson et al. Although there is little documentation of the specific impact of glyphosate on Black Ash, the herbicide is known to be very effective in controlling other ash species (Willoughby 1999; Dugdale et al. Herms, D.A., W. Klooster, K.S. McAlister, and M.W. British Plant Galls. Forest Ecology and Management. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences. Email communication by Allan Harris to Sean Blaney regarding distribution and frequency of Black Ash in northern Ontario. 2014 Emerald Ash Borer National Research and Technology Development Meeting. Black Ash seeds are, however, well adapted for dispersal by water and wind, with dispersal on a scale of kilometres likely regular (see Dispersal and Migration). (2006) found documented seed dispersal up to 1.4 km in European Ash and estimated that seed dispersal was up to six times more effective than pollen dispersal in maintaining genetic connectivity among remnant stands. Systematics of Fraxinus (Oleaceae) and evolution of dioecy. Not Calculated (outside assessment timeframe), Low (Possibly in the long term, >10 yrs/3 gen). Reclassification of the Butternut canker fungus, Sirococcus clavigignenti-juglandacearum, into the genus Ophiognomonia. 2014, 2018). Conserv. 1987. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. comm. Ecological impacts of the emerald ash borer. Knight, K.S., R.A. Ford, D.A. McLaren, B.E., B.A. 2000). 2010). Although my son and I were rookies, and only went to experience how a gun, long and short barreled, handled and felt when pulling the trigger, our opinion on owning and using weapons, and how the law on weapons in our home country, The Netherlands, has not changed. 1999 to 2017). Flower, K.J. Baskin C.C., and J.M. Map illustrating extreme minimum annual air temperature zones within Black Ash range in Canada. 81-95. Emerald Ash Borer Research and Technology Development Meeting. The autecology of major tree species in the north central region of Ontario. The Forestry Chronicle. Science. Under natural conditions, seeds thus generally take at least 1.5 years to germinate, only fully overcoming dormancy in the second spring after seed fall or later. It is also fire-sensitive and may be top-killed by even moderate-severity fires (Heinselman 1981; Grimm 1984). 2014; Wagner and Todd 2015; van Grinsven et al. During a period of at least 2 months of cold stratification, the embryo utilizes reserves from the endosperm and later breaks the seed coat in spring when warmer temperatures return (Steinbauer 1987; Simpson pers. Marchant, T.R. The most significant research that indicates some potential for ash persistence is outlined below. (presently not an active link), Beasley, R.R., and P.M. Pijut. 1984. Difficulties in detecting the bacterial agent and limited research mean its range and prevalence in Canada are poorly known. Estimating potential emerald ash borer (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) populations using ash inventory data. Medicinal uses - sap, leaves, bark, seeds (Arnson 1981; College of Menominee Nation Sustainable Development Institute and U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service No date; Fox No Date; Garrick 2012; George No Date). Hill-Forde (2004) reported significant inter-annual variability in dieback in Nova Scotia subpopulations, with a 30% decrease in affected trees between 2001 and 2002. Fontenot, B. Sangunett, and B. Hannon. Seeds exhibit deep physiological dormancy, with embryos that are immature when the seed is shed. The occurrence data collected for the preparation of this report includes records in over 150 Canadian federal or provincial protected natural areas in Canada, and Black Ash likely occurs in a large majority of all protected lands within its Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick range. Disturbance includes forestry, infrastructure, mines, reservoirs, agriculture, and human settlement. An unnamed cultivar developed in Minnesota and patented in the United States in 1975, and the cultivars ‘Crispa’ and ‘Cucullata’ developed in the 1800s in Europe (Santamour and McArdle 1983) are not available commercially. 2012). 2016. 47(1-4):29-37. 2012. In: 19th Australasian Weeds Conference - Science, Community and Food Security: the Weed Challenge. Godman, R.M., and G.A. Forest Pathology. Benedict, M.A. Cambridge University Press. 2010). Since beginning with the AC CDC in 1999, he has discovered dozens of new provincial records for vascular plants and documented over 15,000 rare plant occurrences during extensive fieldwork across the Maritimes. DeSantis, R.D., W.K. 2015. A reminder that our dues year is from January to December, and 2021 dues are being accepted. Email correspondence with C.S. Tanis, M. Robinett, C. Limback, and T.M. Fallgold Black Ash. 1958. Marie ON. J. Cottony Ash Psyllid, Psyllopsis discrepans (Flor) (Homoptera: Psyllidae). The products in our black ash fascia board range offer outstanding value. Le guide des papillons du Québec. 4:175-326. Ostry, R.C. Fraxinus americana L. var. There is little documentation of the phenomenon in Canada, but it may be associated with poor tree health and growth observed in the Maritimes described above, and the proximity of dieback in New York and Maine to the international border suggests that it could be occurring in adjacent Ontario and Quebec. Marie ON. Habitat conversion resulting in local loss of individuals is continuing and may have significant regional effects into the future on the few remaining Black Ash in areas heavily converted to agricultural and urban land use and impacted by Emerald Ash Borer. 25 pp. Email communication by Myrle Ballard to Neil Jones (COSEWIC Scientific Project Officer & Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge Coordinator), provided to Sean Blaney. 2017. 40:357-366. 2012; Herms et al. rugosa), Eastern White Cedar (Thuja occidentalis), White Spruce (Picea glauca), Red Maple (Acer rubrum) and Balsam Poplar (Populus balsamifera). Emerald Ash Borer (IUCN Threat 8.1 Invasive Non-native Species). Flowers, C.E., K.S. 2015. 2014. Mechanism of ash resistance to emerald ash borer: progress and gaps. The samaras are broadly winged and rounded at both ends. Psyllids of Economic Importance. Its seedlings reportedly exhibit a greater tolerance of shade than those of associated species such as Yellow Birch (Betula alleghaniensis) and American Elm (Ulmus americana) but become more intolerant with age (Erdmann et al. Ostry, R.C. Hendrickson, J.A. Maw, H.E.L., R.G. John H. Pemberton, Forest Inventory Coordinator, Virginia Department of Forestry, Charlottesville VA. Greg Pohl, Insect/Disease Identification Officer, Natural Resources Canada, Edmonton AB. Lees, J.C.W., and R.C. 2013), meaning that if it were introduced, effects could be severe. 2017). In France, the adventive Manna Ash (Fraxinus ornus) showed an average yearly spread of nearly 1 km in riparian habitats via water-dispersal of samaras (Thébaud and Debussche 1991). Steve Felt, District Forester, Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Rock Island IL. Imprimerie de La Salle, Montréal. comm. No Canadian Black Ash occurrences are more than 1,000 km from currently affected areas. 178:120-128. Forestry 86: 515–522, doi:10.1093/forestry/cpt031. Some portion of those locations are likely to lose their climatic protection with a warming climate within one Black Ash generation. 1994, 1996). Simpson et al. 2002. Diseased ash saplings may die within one or two years after symptoms become apparent, while mature trees can often live ten years or more (Sinclair et al. Straw, N.A., D.T. Permanent sample plot data suggests almost no recruitment into reproductive sizes. Plamondon. 1987; Tardif and Bergeron 1992, 1999; Denneler et al. 2013. 2006; Auclair et al. Ottawa. Mazerolle, concerning the documented distribution of Emerald Ash Borer in the United States and Canada. The opposite, pinnately-compound leaves are 15 to 30 cm, with seven to 11 leaflets. Available in three stunning real wood veneers Cherry and Black Ash The Rega RX-ONE loudspeaker system delivers balance, detail and dynamics thanks to a unique handmade set of Rega designed drivers and crossovers.The newly developed DX-125 bass mid-range driver (using a doped paper cone) is at the heart of the RX range and combines perfectly with the Rega ZRR high frequency … Production note: COSEWIC would like to acknowledge Atlantic Conservation Data Centre (David Mazerolle, Sean Blaney) and Donna Hurlburt for writing the status report on Black Ash, Fraxinus nigra, prepared under contract with Environment and Climate Change Canada. Bauer, and R.G. Email and telephone correspondence with D.M. Philip T. Marshall, Forest Health Specialist, Division of Forestry, Vallonia State Nursery, Vallonia IN. Black Ash is commonly heavily browsed by White-tailed deer (Erdmann et al. Muirhead, J.R., B. Leung, C. Overdijk, D.W. Kelly, K. Nandakumar, K.R. 2007. Handbook for Black Ash Preservation, Reforestation/Regeneration Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, Department of Environment. Tingley, M.W., D.A. 19(2):248-270. 374-405. In: West, D.C., H.H. Landscape Ecology. Email correspondence with C.S. Criterion E (Quantitative Analysis): Not done. 2005, 2006; Montigny and MacLean 2005). 1994, 1996). Shrewsbury: FSC Publications. Effects of verabundant moose on the Newfoundland landscape. 65(4):422-426. Beyond the browse line: complex cascade effects mediated by white-tailed deer. The mortality is escalating and loss of a high proportion of the 8.7 billion ash trees in the United States (Flowers et al. Tech. comm. 1992). 2014). Carmean, W.H. COSEWIC assessment and status report on the Black Ash Fraxinus nigra in Canada. National Tree Seed Centre seed lot database and Forest Insect and Disease Survey database. 69(3):243-246. An update of the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group classification for the orders and families of flowering plants: APG IV. Environmental Entomology. Agriculture Handbook 654. 1973. [received from Jean Mercier, Forestry Technician, in May 2016], MFFPQ (Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs Québec). Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry. 1933. Dynesius, M., and C. Nilsson. October 15-56, 2014. p. 10. Potential impacts of Emerald Ash Borer biocontrol on ash health and recovery in southern Michigan. Many ecosystems in which Black Ash is a major component have already been impoverished by the decline of American Elm (Ulmus americana) due to the introduced fungus responsible for Dutch Elm Disease (Brasier 1991). Global ForestWatch Canada, 2012, Year of Sustainable Energy for All #2. Some consider the two to be geographic isolates of each other. [accessed February 2017]. Ash regeneration capacity after Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) outbreaks: Some early results. 2011). Black Ash is ranked Apparently Secure (S4) in Iowa, New Jersey and Ontario (revised from S5 to S4S5 in 2013 and then to S4 in 2016 because of EAB), Apparently Secure to Secure (S4S5) in New Brunswick, Questionably Secure (S5?) In Canada, the biological control program for EAB is still in its early stages, led by the Canadian Forest Service’s Great Lakes Forestry Research Centre, but it is developing its own rearing capacity and is continuing with a program of expanding research releases (Ryall 2017). Patterson (Jr.), and K.M. Lance. 1993; Davidson-Hunt et al. 4:1-174. Genetic variability and inheritance of nuclear microsatellite markers in Minnesota’s Black Ash (Fraxinus nigra) and Green Ash (F. pennsylvanica) with recommendations for the optimal seed sample size from individual trees (PDF). 1989. Riparian Ecosystems IV: Advancing Science, Economics and Policy, Denver CO, June 27 to 29. [accessed January 7, 2014]. Emerald Ash Borer is now the most significant driver of Black Ash population size in Canada, causing high mortality in affected areas (see Threats). 1960. comm. Progress and challenges of protecting North American ash trees from the Emerald Ash Borer using biological control. Williams, O. Kulinich, and Y.I. General decline of ash health and abundance has been noted in western literature as early as the 1920s (Pomerleau 1944; Woodcock et al. Chris Friesen, Coordinator, Manitoba Conservation Data Centre, Manitoba Department of Sustainable Development, Winnipeg MB. Good “basket trees” are those having vigorous growth (2 to 3 mm thick annual rings), a minimum of 12.5 cm diameter at breast height, a minimum butt log length of 2 m, good crown form and few obvious defects (Benedict and Frelich 2008; Diamond and Emery 2011). (2018) as 162,430,465 mature individuals (diameter at breast height of 10 cm or more), with 51.0% in Ontario, 43.9% in Quebec, 5.1% in New Brunswick and <1% in other provinces. The phytoplasma associated with ash yellows and lilac witches'-broom:‘Candidatus Phytoplasma fraxini’. 2016. 1989 to 2017). Brouillet, L., F. Coursol, S.J. Blaney, concerning the presence of Black Ash in national parks and national historic sites. Plant Systematics and Evolution. 1975. This estimates the Quebec population at 71,321,192; Ontario: Timber volume data (OMNRF, from Watkins pers. Floristic Synthesis of North America, Version 1.0. Cut stems may produce up to 17 vigorously growing sprouts (Lees and West 1988). OUR RANGE OF BLACK ASH FASCIA BOARD. 10930 Deerfield Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45242 513.322.5070. Tech. Black Ash is a shallow-rooted tree, particularly when in hydric soils susceptible to flooding, making it especially prone to windthrow (Erdmann et al. We can roughly estimate the IAO using the polygons forming the mapped Canadian range in Figure 3. Mi’kmaq basket makers agree that Black Ash is rare in Nova Scotia but could not recollect any discussions with elders suggesting that the species has declined over time (Meuse and Labrador pers. Loo, J., and N. Ives. Biological Conservation. comm. Conclusive evidence of the cause of Black Ash decline and poor health in Nova Scotia and adjacent areas of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island is lacking. Hamel, P.B., and M.U. 2006. 2018). Annapolis MD. comm. Davis, M.B., K.D. 253 pp. There are few quantitative assessments of ash dieback, but declines can be significant. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. 2010. Sabine, M. pers. (Questionably Secure) in Quebec. Koop, A.L. A contribution to Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) ethnobotany of northwestern Ontario, Canada: toward a holistic representation of Iskatewizaagegan (Shoal Lake) plant knowledge. 1987; USDA NRCS 2006). Ecological Monographs. 22(5):1179-1243. 1987. Adirondack upland flora: an ecological perspective. 54:540. 2012 National Register of Big Trees. Marie ON. In: Mastro, V.C., R. Reardon and G. Parra (Eds.). US national Emerald Ash Borer occurrence database. Ostry, R.C. 15 pp. 2007. Kopra, K. 2006. Black Ash can reproduce by seed at about 30 years old and can live up to 200 to 300 years. ATK Assessment Report on Black Ash (Fraxinus nigra) in Canada. Black Ash is generally described as a relatively slow-growing tree, exhibiting growth rates of 45 to 75 cm/year, which are commonly exceeded by associated species (Carmean 1978; Erdmann et al. Native Plants Journal. MacLean, R.G. 2015 to 2010 Newfoundland and Labrador Moose Management Plan. Long, J. Rebbeck, A. Smith, K. Gandhi, and D.A. 2003. Ronald, W.G. Dill G.M., R.D. Its northern limits are not precisely documented throughout the boreal forest, but it is known to occur north to approximately 50.2ºN in Quebec and 53ºN in Ontario. Presuming a substantial decline has occurred since 1958, a disease or insect attack is the most plausible cause. Louise Noreau, Direction des inventaires forestiers, Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs du Québec, Québec QC. 1987). March 2007. and G.J. Dispersal by water or by wind across ice is likely especially frequent over the nearly 1400 km of border within Black Ash range where the border is defined by rivers and smaller lakesFootnote 3 . Fraxinus nigra Marsh. Canada Access: Combined. February 2017. Ash demography in the wake of the Emerald Ash Borer: will regeneration restore ash or sustain the invasion?. With EAB established in almost all counties in southern Ontario and adjacent Quebec (Figures 4 and 5) and rapidly expanding from current infestations, most of the southern Ontario and southern Quebec range of Black Ash could experience extreme mortality similar to that in Michigan and Ohio within one to two decades. BioScience. 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