William M. Ciesla's ImagesTitle: Owner
Organization: Forest Health Management International
Unit: Fort Collins, CO.
Country: United States
Bill Ciesla is a forest health specialist and owner of Forest Health Management International, a consulting company based in Fort Collins, CO. Bill received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in forestry and forest entomology from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. He has held assignments with USDA Forest Service as a forest entomologist and forest health program manager in Asheville, NC, Pineville, LA, Missoula, MT, Davis, CA, Fort Collins, CO and Portland, OR. From 1990 to 1995, he served as Forest Protection Officer for the Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome, Italy. His areas of interest include biology and management of forest insects and diseases and the use of remote sensing for forest damage assessment Bill is an avid photographer, specializing in close ups of insects and wildflowers and of forest damage.
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|Image||Subject Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|0758100||larch||Larix spp.||Section of a color infrared panoramic aerial photo taken showing larch at peak period of fall coloration (white colored crowns).|
|0758181||pine||Pinus spp.||Color aerial photo of a pine plantation with severe chlorosis.|
|0758182||pine||Pinus spp.||Color infrared aerial photo of a pine plantation with severe chlorosis.|
|0758187||pine||Pinus spp.||Color photo of a chlorotic and healthy pine.|
|0758188||pine||Pinus spp.||Color infrared photo of a chlortic and healthy pine|
|0758189||pine||Pinus spp.||Color infrared photo of pines in various stages of decline and dying.|
|0758190||pine||Pinus spp.||Color photo of pines in various stages of decline and dying.|
|0758191||shortleaf pine||Pinus echinata||Color photo of dead and healthy shortleaf pines.|
|0758192||shortleaf pine||Pinus echinata||Color infrared photo of dead and healthy shortleaf pines.|