Tuesday, August 5, 2008: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
201 A, Midwest Airlines Center
COS 40 - Invasion: Community Effects II
1:30 PMInteractive effects of white-tailed deer and invasive plants on temperate deciduous forest native plant communities
Norman A. Bourg, Smithsonian Institution - National Zoological Park, William J. McShea, Smithsonian Institution - National Zoological Park, Chad M. Stewart, Indiana Department of Natural Resources
1:50 PMInvasive annual grasses enhance native shrubs and their arthropod communities through abiotic soil effects
Elizabeth M. Wolkovich, Dartmouth College
2:10 PMFrom field studies to models: How to predict the invasive spread of Juniperus bermudiana in Hawaii
Eliza Woo, SUNY-Stony Brook
2:30 PMDoes removal of an invasive species restore the disturbance regime and native community on coastal dunes?
Phoebe L. Zarnetske, Oregon State University, Eric Seabloom, Oregon State University, Sally D. Hacker, Oregon State University
2:50 PMIncreased net primary production and shifts in community grazing regimes on phytoplankton in Green Bay, Lake Michigan following invasion by dreissenid mussels
Bart T. DeStasio, Lawrence University, Michael B. Schrimpf, Lawrence University, Erik Hoyer, Lawrence University, Ashley E. Beranek, Lawrence University
3:10 PMBreak
3:20 PMEffects of exotic herbivores and disturbance on invasion success: Does shared evolutionary history matter?
Lisa Castillo Nelis, University of Chicago
3:40 PMBetween a rock and a hard place: Effects of invasive rusty crayfish and Chinese mystery snails on freshwater communities
Pieter TJ Johnson, University of Colorado, Christopher T. Solomon, University of Wisconsin, Julian Olden, University of Washington, M. Jake Vander Zanden, University of Wisconsin-Madison
4:00 PMDisentangling homogenization, pseudohomogenization, and cryptic homogenization: Application of a null model for invasive species’ effects on similarity
Kevin G. Smith, Washington University in St. Louis, Jonathan M. Chase, Washington University in St. Louis
4:20 PMNative fish diversity alters the effect of an invasive species on ecosystem properties
Michael P. Carey, Universtiy of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, David H. Wahl, Illinois Natural History Survey
4:40 PMSpecies coexistence and invasion: The influence of habitat-specific predation on the persistence of a native crayfish in lakes invaded by rusty crayfish
Jody A. Peters, University of Notre Dame, David M. Lodge, University of Notre Dame

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