PS 30 Invasion: Dynamics and Population Processes

Tuesday, August 4, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
90
A universal model of plant competition that includes soil community feedbacks
Anna G. Aguilera, University of Massachusetts Boston
91
Reconstruction of a biological invasion: Using tree-ring analysis to investigate the establishment and spread of an invasive phloem-boring insect
Nathan W. Siegert, Michigan State University; Deborah G. McCullough, Michigan State University; Andrew M. Liebhold, USDA Forest Service; Frank W. Telewski, Michigan State University
92
Fruit removal rates for invasive Amur honeysuckle [Lonicera maackii (Rupr.) Herder] and autumn olive (Elaeagnus umbellata Thunb.)
Melissa Hall, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Kurt E. Schulz, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
93
Temporal and spatial pattern of Asiatic honeysuckle [Lonicera maackii (Rupr) Herder] invasion in disturbed southern Illinois forests
David Harroun, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Kurt E. Schulz, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Jessica Choudhury, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
94
The role of seed bank in model populations of Microstegium vimineum
Andrea N. Nord, The Pennsylvania State University; David A. Mortensen, The Pennsylvania State University; Emily S.J. Rauschert, The Pennsylvania State University
95
Relationship between Military Disturbance and Invasive Species: An Analysis of Long Term Ecological Monitoring Data from Fort Pickett, Virginia
Aaron Teets, Virginia Tech; Verl R. Emrick, Virginia Tech; Patrick Guertin, Army Corps of Engineers
96
The roles of seed limitation and competition in limiting native annual forb abundance in an invaded California grassland
Emily Schultz, Claremont Colleges; Keala Cummings, Claremont Colleges; Roxanne Cruz, Claremont Colleges; Lina Ng, Claremont Colleges; Emily Hashimoto, Claremont Colleges; Diane M. Thomson, Claremont Colleges
97
Quantifying changes in density and spatial extent of multiple Centaurea maculosa Lam (spotted knapweed) populations
Tanya C. Skurski, Montana State University; Bruce D. Maxwell, Montana State University; Lisa J. Rew, Montana State University
98
Evaluating the relationship between invasive plant metapopulation growth rate and management efficacy using a modified incidence function model
Melissa E. Bridges, Montana State University; Lisa J. Rew, Montana State University; Jay Rotella, Montana State University; Bruce D. Maxwell, Montana State University
See more of: Posters