PS 28 Invasion

Tuesday, August 4, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
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Invasive aliens, disposable income and the gentle pursuit of happiness: socio-economic correlates of biological invasions
Gyan P. Sharma, Department of Conservasion Ecology; Karen Esler, Department of Conservation Ecology; James N. Blignaut, University of Pretoria
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Using PRS™-probes to investigate how ecosystems function under invasive plant species and nitrogen dynamics
Elaine J. Qualtiere, Western Ag Innovations; Rebekka Rieder, Western Ag Innovations; Dana Blumenthal, USDA-ARS; Edward Vasquez, USDA-ARS; Roger L. Sheley, USDA-ARS Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center; Tony Svejcar, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Brady W. Allred, Oklahoma State University; Keirith Snyder, USDA, Agricultural Research Service
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An analysis of the seed bank at Joshua Tree National Park in sites invaded by exotic annual grasses
Heather E. Schneider, Univeristy of California, Riverside; Edith B. Allen, Univeristy of California, Riverside
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Tamarix and ecosystem change: perpetuation of a mythology
Matthew K. Chew, Arizona State University; Juliet C. Stromberg, Arizona State University; Edward P. Glenn, University of Arizona; Pamela L. Nagler, U.S. Geological Survey
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Threat to the West: Ovipostion selection and larval development of Cactoblastis cactorum (Berg) (Lepidoptera:Pyralidae) on fourteen North American opuntioid species
Heather A. Jezorek, University of South Florida; Peter Stiling, University of South Florida; James E. Carpenter, USDA-ARS-Crop Protection & Management Research Unit
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Using net mycorrhizal benefits to explain and predict plant invasions
Katie M. Becklin, University of Missouri; Megan L. Pallo, University of Missouri; Candace Galen, University of Missouri
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Invasibility of Rhamnus cathartica: aboveground and belowground factors influencing native plant decline
Tracy B. Gartner, Carthage College; Christine Karlovitz, Carthage College; Amanda Petrovic, Carthage College; Amanda Eigner, Carthage College; Samantha Miller, Carthage College
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Using resource competition models to predict the ability of biocontrol agents to limit the ecological success of their host plants
Evan Siemann, Rice University; Juli Carrillo, Rice University; Jianqing Ding, Wuhan Botanical Garden
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