Garrell E. Long

Education

  • Ph.D. Zoology) Washington State University, 1974
  • M.S. (Zoology) Arizona State University, 1971
  • B.S. (Biology) Arizona State University, 1969

Recent Publications

Marsh, T.L., R. G. Huffaker, and G. E. Long. 2000. Optimal Control of Vector-Virus-Plant Interactions: The Case of PLRV Net Necrosis. Amer. J. Agric. Econ. 82: 556-569.

Ro, T.H. and G.E. Long. 1999. GPA-Phenodynamics, a simulation model for the population dynamics and phenology of green peach aphid in potato: formulation, validation, and analysis. Ecol. Modelling 119:197-209.

Ro, T.H. and G.E. Long. 1998. Population dynamics pattern of green peach aphid and its predator complex in a potato system. Korean J. Biol. Sci. 2: 217-222.

Marsh, T.L., R.G. Huffaker, R.C. Mittelhammer, R.J. Folwell, G.E. Long, D.R. Horton, and H.H. Toba. 1998. Potato leafroll virus expressed as net necrosis in tubers: Identifying pest management tradeoffs between the inoculation interval, storage length, and tuber weight. J. Econ. Entomol. 91:923-932.

Ro, T.H., G.E. Long and H.H. Toba. 1998. Predicting green peach aphid phenology using degree-days. Environ. Entomol. 27:337-343.

Ro, T.H. and G.E. Long. 1997. Development of Aphelinus asychis (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) and its susceptibility to insecticides applied to mummies of its host, the green peach aphid. J. Entomol. Soc. British Columbia 94:43-49.

Xu, G. and G. E. Long. 1997. Host plant phenology and Colorado potato beetle population trends in eastern Washington. Environ. Entomol. 26:61-66.

Long, G.E. and I. Azhar. 1996. The ecology of cocoa pod borer in Malaysia: Dispersion pattern for eggs among trees. MARDI Res. J. 24:163-168.

Azhar, I. and G. E. Long. 1996. Effect of cocoa pod age on egg distribution and egg parasitism of the cocoa pod borer in Malaysia. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 81:81-89.

Xu, Guomin and Garrell E. Long. 1995. Feeding and performance of Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata reared on nightshade and potato. J. Entomol. Soc. Brit. Columbia 92:73-79.

Azhar, I., G.E. Long and M.J. Musa. 1995. Qualitative and multivariate analyses of clonal cocoa resistance to cocoa pod borer. The Planter 71:307-321.

Azhar, I., M. Burke and G. E. Long. 1995. A simple model of cocoa pod borer eggs population dynamics in Malaysia. MARDI Res. J. (in press).

Azhar, I. and G. E. Long. 1993. Role of pod shape, color and spatial distribution on egg distribution and egg parasitism of the cocoa pod borer, Conopomorpha cramerella (Snellen). MARDI Res. J. 21:59-70.

Azhar, I. and Garrell E. Long. 1991. The ecology of cocoa pod borer in Malaysia: dispersion pattern and sampling plan for eggs on pods. J. Plant Prot. Tropics 8:103- 110.

Polymenopoulos, Alex D. and Garrell E. Long. 1990. Estimation and evaluation methods for population growth models with spatial diffusion: Dynamics of mountain pine beetle. Ecological Modelling 51: 97-121.

Long, Garrell E. 1990. Modelling the dynamics of larch casebearer. In: Population Dynamics of Forest Insects, A.D. Watt, S.R. Leather, M.D. Hunter, and N.A.C. Kidd, Eds. pp. 347-358.

Long, G.E. 1988. Larch casebearer in the Northwest. In: Forest Pest Outbreaks: Patterns, Causes & Implications, Chap. 12. A.A. Berryman, Ed. Plenum Press.

Recent Research Grants

  • Potato IPM WA St Potato Comm $40000
  • On-Farm IPM WA St Potato Comm $12000
  • Potato IPM WA St Potato Comm $50000
  • IPM Survey USDA Coop Extension $10000
  • Potato IPM WA St Potato Commission $50000
  • IPM Survey USDA Coop Extension $7000
  • Regional IPM USDA CSREES $37750
  • Potato IPM WA St Potato Commission $50000
  • IPM Survey USDA Coop Extension $ 6500
  • Potato IPM WA St Potato Commission $40000
  • CPB Resistance National Potato Council $28717
  • Potato IPM WA St Potato Commission $30000
  • Potato Virus National Potato Council $37340
  • Potato IPM WA St Potato Commission $30000
  • Toxicity of Bt Washington Tech Center $4500
  • CPB Dispersal National Potato Council $26000
  • Biocontrol Alfalfa Seed Commission $5000

Areas of Specialization

Ecology, Biocontrol, and Crop Systems Modeling;
International Education and Integrated Pest Management.

Courses taught

  • ENTOM 443 Insect Ecology
  • ENTOM 577 Insect-Plant Interactions: Insect Community Ecology
  • ENTOM 578 Physiological Ecology of Insects
  • ENTOM 579 Natural History and Population Management of Insects
  • ENTOM 561 Quantitative Methods in Entomological Research
  • ENTOM 562 Systems in Integrated Crop Management
  • ENTOM Crop Loss Assessment (Univ Costa Rica, 1997 and 1998)

Professor Emeritus

Departments of Entomology
and International Programs
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-6382
Phone: 509-335-2980
Fax: 509-335-2982
Email