Tuesday, August 7, 2007: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Halls 1 and 2, San Jose McEnery Convention Center
PS 30 - Invasion
Facilitation of an invasive grass by native shrubs
Alden B. Griffith, University of California, Michael E. Loik, University of California
Invading the Mediterranean: Pollination, and competitive ability of the alien plant Solanum elaeagnifolium in its original habitats in Arizona
Theodora Petanidou, University of the Aegean, Scott Allen, University of Arizona, Ruben Alarcón, University of Arizona, Stephen Buchmann, University of Arizona, Nickolas N. Waser, University of California, Judith L. Bronstein, National Science Foundation
Invasion biology’s forgotten forerunners
Matthew K. Chew, Arizona State University
Stochastic bioeconomic model of a lake system invasion and its optimal control
Alex Potapov, University of Alberta
Self-shading and physiological integration in Phragmites australis: Factors leading to division of labor
Jane E. Zagajeski, Rutgers University Newark & The Brearley School, New York, NY, Claus Holzapfel, Rutgers University Newark
Seasonal variation of photosynthesis and respiratory temperature response of invasive Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii) and two co-occurring native understory shrubs in a northeastern US deciduous forest
Chengyuan Xu, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatroy, Kevin L. Griffin, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatroy, William SF Schuster, Black Rock Forest Consortium
Root responses of native and invasive forbs to resource heterogeneity
Rebecca E. Drenovsky, John Carroll University, Christina M. Martin, John Carroll University, Molly R. Falasco, John Carroll University, Jeremy J. James, USDA-Agricultural Research Service
Cultivated origins and introduction history of invasive pampas grass (Cortaderia selloana) in California
Miki Okada, University of California, Davis, Riaz Ahmad, University of California, Davis, Marie Jasieniuk, University of California, Davis
An exotic species database for determining the distribution of exotic plants in southern Illinois
Jason R. Inczauskis, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Molly S. Hacker, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Loretta L. Battaglia, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, David J. Gibson, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
The importance of burn frequency and severity in predicting invasive species habitat in three National Park systems, USA
Monique Rocca, Colorado State University, Joel Silverman, Colorado State University, Jeffrey T. Morisette, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Nate Benson, National Park Service, Kara Paintner, National Park Service, Peter Ma, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Neal Most, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Jeff Pedelty, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, John L. Schnase, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
Growth and herbivory in native and introduced species of Lonicera (Caprifoliaceae)
Tiffany M. Clade, Millsaps College, Andrew B. Adams, Millsaps College, Debora L. Mann, Millsaps College
Do plant herbivores and pathogens differentially affect native and exotic plant species in a wetland restoration experiment?
G. Kai Blaisdell, University of Oregon, Bitty A. Roy, University of Oregon, Laurel E. Pfeifer-Meister, University of Oregon, Scott D. Bridgham, University of Oregon
Why new-fangled ecologists need old-fashioned taxonomy: An example from plant population ecology with reference to invasive species
Juliana C. Mulroy, Denison University, Thomas W. Mulroy, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Carpinteria CA
Effects of disturbance history and habitat variables on H aurantiacum (orange hawkweed) invasion
Alexis L. Jones, University of Montana, Elizabeth E. Crone, University of Montana
Phylogeographic patterning and cryptic invasions in the water-milfoil, Myriophyllum heterophyllum
Ryan A. Thum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Michael J. Bronski, Cornell University
Regional mapping of plant invasion based on expert opinion
David Marvin, Princeton University, Bethany Bradley, Princeton University
Patterns of genotypic and phenotypic variation in an invasive mustard (Isatis tinctoria) across its introduced range
Heather L. Simpson, University of New Mexico, Diane L. Marshall, University of New Mexico
Gas exchange and carbon allocation patterns in invasive Alliaria petiolata and co-occurring native species
Laurel J. Anderson, Ohio Wesleyan University, Lushani C. Nanayakkara, Ohio Wesleyan University
The role of fire ants as seed dispersers in a native ecosystem
Katharine L. Stuble, University of Georgia, L. Katherine Kirkman, J.W. Jones Ecological Research Center, C. Ronald Carroll, University of Georgia
Interactions between invasive and native species: Mechanisms and results of competition between benthic invertebrates
Valance E. F. Brenneis, University of California, Davis, Beverly C. Ajie, University of California, Davis
The effects of light and nutrients on an invasive, Buddleja davidii, and native, Griselinia littoralis
Nita G. Tallent-Halsell, US Environmental Protection Agency, Lawrence R. Walker, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Initial response of forest communities to removal of the invasive Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii)
Richard L. Boyce, Northern Kentucky University
The effects of an exotic lizard, Anolis sagrei, on arthropod diversity and ecosystem functioning in betelnut palm plantation in Taiwan
Shao-chang Huang, Tunghai University, Gerrut Norval, University of South Africa, I-min Tso, Tunghai University
Do forested areas impede invader dominance? Predator-mediated coexistence of invasive and native container-dwelling mosquitoes
Banugopan Kesavaraju, Illinois State University, Kavitha Damal, Illinois State University, Steven A. Juliano, Illinois State University
Extent and impact of exotic earthworm invasion in west central Minnesota
Peter Wyckoff, University of Minnesota, Morris, Andrew Shaffer, University of Minnesota, Morris, Rebecca Bombyk, University of Minnesota, Morris
Native plant regeneration is virtually absent in lowland, exotic-dominated forests on the island of Hawai'i
Kristen K. Becklund, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Joseph Mascaro, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, R. Flint Hughes, USDA Forest Service, Stefan A. Schnitzer, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
The effect of complete bird loss on herbivory and plant recruitment
Haldre S. Rogers, University of Washington, Tara Kenny, University of Washington, Joshua J. Tewksbury, University of Washington
Direct and indirect effects of frugivorous monkeys on seed dispersal and germination in native and non-native plants of southwest Puerto Rico
Steven A. Sloan, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, Dayanira Alsina Beauchamp, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, Zuania Colón Piñeiro, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, Angie M. Cuevas Elías, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, Cyrus A. Kourosh Huertas, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, Juan Nieves Alvarez, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, José J. Rodríguez Escobar, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, Annette Rivera, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, Rosan Rivera Vegas, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón, Roberto Gardón, University of Puerto Rico, Bayamón
Variable responses of a key salt marsh facilitator to multiple invasive predators
Sarah M. Gray, Stony Brook University, J. Matt Hoch, Stony Brook University, Paul Bourdeau, Stony Brook University, Bengt J. Allen, Stony Brook University, Genevieve Bernatchez, Northeastern University
Tri-trophic implications of invasive shrubs: Effects on quantity and quality of prey for insectivorous birds
Jonathan H. Rosenthal, University of Michigan
Differences in soil ecology and fungal symbionts in a Halogeton invasion zone at the Desert Experimental Range, Utah
Rusty J. Rodriguez, US Geological Survey, Jeffrey J. Duda, US Geological Survey, Regina S. Redman, Montana State University, D. Carl Freeman, Wayne State University, John M. Emlen, US Geological Survey, Stanley G. Kitchen, U.S. Forest Service, John C. Zak, Texas Tech University
The behavior of invasive geckos in human-dominated landscapes: A role for boldness
Kristen H. Short, University of Cincinnati, Kenneth Petren, University of Cincinnati
Is there growth after gypsy moths? Impact of an invasive defoliator
Owen D.V. Sholes, Assumption College
The role of detritus type in competition and distribution of container-dwelling Aedes
Ebony Murrell, Illinois State University, Steven A. Juliano, Illinois State University
A comparative study on phenotypic plasticity of native vs invasive purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria L, Lythraceae)
Young Jin Chun, Iowa State University, Kirk A. Moloney, Iowa State University, John D. Nason, Iowa State University
Latitudinal study of Eurasian and North American populations of Lythrum salicaria L (purple loosestrife)
Keith R. Edwards, University of South Bohemia, Beth A. Middleton, USGS, Jan Kvet, University of South Bohemia
A test of the EICA hypothesis using French broom (Genista monspessulana)
Richard G. Smith, USDA-ARS, Angelica M. Herrera, USDA-ARS, Raymond I. Carruthers, USDA-ARS
Potential for regeneration of Ageratina altissima (Asteraceae) in the presence of Microstegium vimineum (Poaceae) invasion in a post-agricultural woodland
Amy S. Karpati, Rutgers University, Steven N. Handel, Rutgers University
Forest edge disturbances and their influence on the reproductive success of roadside populations of Microstegium vimineum (Trin) Camus
Brian C. McCarthy, Ohio University, William Tardy, Ohio University
Effects of a changing light regime on the invasive plant, Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard), in eastern deciduous forest
Kathy Roccaforte, Creighton University, Mary Ann Vinton, Creighton University
Seed ecology of native and non-native plants in a Hawaiian lowland wet forest
Barbara A. Rowe, University of Hawaii Hilo, Rebecca Ostertag, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Susan Cordell, USDA Forest Service
Lonicera X bella: The permutations of plasticity in an invasive shrub
Amy N. Rogers, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Kurt E. Schulz, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Luci Ann P. Kohn, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Effects of disturbance and environment on yellow toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) invasiveness
Erik A. Lehnhoff, Montana State University, Lisa J. Rew, Montana State University, Bruce D. Maxwell, Montana State University
Estimating effects of the exotic Eurasian Collared-Dove (Streptopelia decaocto) on native doves in south Florida
Mark W. Miller, University of Florida, Elise V. Pearlstine, University of Florida, James E. Hines, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Frank J. Mazzotti, University of Florida
Genetic diversity and early colonization success: Testing hypotheses with a model system
Kerri M. Crawford, Rice University, Paul Thompson, Rice University, Kenneth D. Whitney, Rice University
Evaluating the success of management in Alliaria petiolata: Role of stage-structure and intraspecific competition
Brittany J. Teller, Washington University in St. Louis, Eleanor A. Pardini, Washington University in St. Louis, Tiffany Knight, Washington University
Effects of overwinter conditions on Chinese Tallow germination along a coastal-inland gradient in South Carolina
Isaac W. Park, Clemson University, Saara J. DeWalt, Clemson University, Evan Siemann, Rice University, William E. Rogers, Texas A&M University
Seed germination and seedling growth of invasive Phragmites australis from forested and developed watersheds of the Chesapeake Bay
Karin M. Kettenring, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, Dennis F. Whigham, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Common reed (Phragmites australis) establishment and expansion rate in roadside ditches
Jacques Brisson, Université de Montréal, Sylvie De Blois, McGill University
Phenology of the invasive reed Phragmites australis: Implications for invasions under global change
Joshua P. Atwood, University of Rhode Island, Laura A. Meyerson, University of Rhode Island, David V. Viola, University of Rhode Island
Has Tamarix undergone rapid evolution of latitudinal variation in cold hardiness?
Jonathan M. Friedman, US Geological Survey, James E. Roelle, US Geological Survey, John F. Gaskin, US Department of Agriculture, Julie Roth, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation
Evolutionary potential in a newly invasive grass in spite of severe phenotypic and genetic bottlenecks
David M. Rosenthal, Portland State University, Alisa Ramakrishnan, Portland State University, Mitch Cruzan, Portland State University
Demographic and genetic Allee effects interact in depressing reproduction in a weedy grass (Lolium multiflorum)
Jeffrey L. Firestone, University of California, Davis, Marie Jasieniuk, University of California, Davis
Imperata cylindrica, an invasive grass, shifts nitrogen pools in a young pine forest
Pedram Daneshgar, University of Florida, Shibu Jose, University of Florida
Single-tree effects of savanna trees and the influence of invasive species on soil nitrogen cycling
Megan M. Poulette, University of Kentucky, Mary A. Arthur, University of Kentucky
Native Populus deltoides ssp wislizenii and non-native Tamarix chinensis are functionally similar regarding soil nitrogen resource acquisition and allocation
Jennifer Follstad Shah, University of New Mexico, Cliff Dahm, University of New Mexico, Robert Sinsabaugh, University of New Mexico
Altered ecosystem carbon and nitrogen cycles by plant invasion: A meta-analysis
Chengzhang Liao, University of Oklahoma, Yiqi Luo, University of Oklahoma, Xuhui Zhou, University of Oklahoma, Xiaowen Wu, University of Oklahoma, Jiakuan Chen, Fudan University, Bo Li, Fudan University
The role of litter in the success of the invasive plant, reed canary (Phalaris arundinacea)
Jennifer K. Sidner, Creighton University, Mary Ann Vinton, Creighton University, Leanne M. Vigue, University of Wisconsin
Effects of nitrogen pollution and exotic grasses on soil nitrogen cycling and microbial community structure in coastal sage scrub
Francy El Souki, San Diego State University, David A Lipson, San Diego State University
Patterns of earthworm presence and potential influences on ecosystem structure and process in a second-growth northern hardwood forest
Jodi A. Forrester, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Erika F. Latty, Hollins University, David J. Mladenoff, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Taproot elongation in woody plant seedlings: A factor in species encroachment potential
Steve R. Woods, University of Arizona, Steve R. Archer, University of Arizona, Susan Schwinning, Texas State University
Ecophysiology of native and invasive deeply rooted forbs in northern mixed-grass prairie
Jennifer M. Schomp, University of Wyoming, David G. Williams, University of Wyoming, Peter A. Koenig, University of Wyoming, Elise Pendall, University of Wyoming, Daniel R. LeCain, USDA-ARS, Dana Blumenthal, USDA-ARS, Jack A. Morgan, USDA-ARS
Using native allelopathic species to combat exotic species
Spencer A. Cronin, Colorado State University, Mark W Paschke, Colorado State University, Laura G Perry, Colorado State University, Edward F Redente, Colorado State University, Jorge M Vivanco, Colorado State University
Rodent consumers and differential establishment of native grasses
Sara M. Motheral, University of California, John Orrock, University of California, Santa Barbara
Biotic and abiotic controls of exotic species richness and abundance within and across old-field communities
Windy A. Bunn, University of Tennessee, Lara Souza, University of Tennessee, Aimee T. Classen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Nathan J. Sanders, University of Tennessee
Perennial pepperweed invasion on a restored seasonal floodplain
Rachel A. Hutchinson, UC Davis- Information Center for the Environment, Joshua H. Viers, UC Davis- Information Center for the Environment, James F. Quinn, UC Davis- Information Center for the Environment
Detecting an invasive shrub in forest understory using remote sensing
Julian Resasco, Miami University, Alison N. Maye, Miami University, Mary C. Henry, Miami University, David L. Gorchov, Miami University
Simultaneous estimation of habitat suitability and colonization kernel for an invasive alien tree Bischofia javanica in a subtropical oceanic island
Keita Fukasawa, Yokohama National University, Fumito Koike, Yokohama National University, Nobuyuki Tanaka, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Kayo Otsu, Japan Forest Technology Association
A strategy for developing a participatory restoration program for the removal of invasive, non-native plants
Meghan Q.N. Fellows, Fairfax County Park Authority
Rehabilitation of native prairie remnants invaded by smooth brome and Kentucky bluegrass in the northern Great Plains
Matt A. Bahm, South Dakota State University, Thomas G. Barnes, University of Kentucky, Kent C. Jensen, South Dakota State University
Interactions between a native and non-native annual of coastal sage scrub: Can Emmenanthe penduliflora suppress Centaurea melitensis?
Gerard A. Somers, California State University, San Bernardino, Parisa Chavoshi, U.C. Berkeley, Kimberlyn Williams, California State University, San Bernardino
Medusahead dispersal and establishment in sagebrush steppe
Kirk W. Davies, USDA - Agricultural Research Service
Mowing as a management tool to control invasive Carduus nutans and Carduus acanthoides
Rui Zhang, The Pennsylvania State University, Katriona Shea, The Pennsylvania State University
Fire effects on invasive weed seed germination
Lance T. Vermeire, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, Matthew J Rinella, USDA-Agricultural Research Service
The cost and effectiveness of small-scale control methods on fennel, Foeniculum vulgare, in Natividad Creek Park, Salinas, CA
Abigail E. Gwinn, CSU, Monterey Bay and Return of the Natives Restoration Education Project at the Watershed Institute
Predicting invasion success by modeling ecological and evolutionary dynamics
Andrew R. Kanarek, Colorado State University, Colleen T. Webb, Colorado State University
Monitoring invasive weeds in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta: Methods, effectiveness, and potential for restoration
Maria Santos, Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing, Erin Hestir, Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing, Shruti Khanna, Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing, Margaret Andrew, Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing, Jonathan Greenberg, Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing, Michael Whiting, Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing, Nina Noujdina, Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing, Susan Ustin, Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing
Measuring and predicting Lespedeza cuneata spread in a Kansas old field
Jason Emry, University of Kansas
Effects of two treatments aimed at eliminating Pteridium aquilinum in sites with arrested succession in the Lacandon Tropical Forest, Chiapas, México
Cristina B. Peñaloza-Guerrero, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Diego R. Pérez-Salicrup, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Bringing modeling to the masses: Online tools for invasive species management
Greg Newman, Colorado State University, Jim Graham, Colorado State University, Sunil Kumar, Colorado State University, Catherine Jarnevich, United States Geological Survey, Thomas J. Stohlgren, United States Geological Survey
Restoration of Rio Grande Bosque forests: Developing understory slash pile burn protocols that minimize cottonwood mortality
Burton Pendleton, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Darin Law, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Rosemary Pendleton, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Don Kearney, Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge

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