Tuesday, August 4, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
PS 29 - Invasion: Community Effects
The consequences of intraspecific variation in plant detrital traits on amphibian development
Laura J. Martin, Cornell University, John C. Maerz, The University of Georgia, Bernd Blossey, Cornell University
Does the density of invasive rusty crayfish affect stream macroinvertebrates?
Mark L. Kuhlmann, Hartwick College, Anthony Prisciondaro, Hartwick College, Megan Irland, Hartwick College, Greg Hamilton, Hartwick College, Sara Caldwell, Hartwick College, Ryan Oliver, Hartwick College
Effects of fire and invasive species legacy on plant communities in a Northwest prairie
Erik J. Rook, The Evergreen State College, Rebecca D. Seyferth, The Evergreen State College, Justin L. Kirsch, The Evergreen State College, Dylan G. Fischer, The Evergreen State College
Possible implications of hemlock woolly adelgid on forest composition and structure in southeastern Ohio hemlock riparian forests
Katherine L. Martin, The Ohio State University, P. Charles Goebel, The Ohio State University
Resource pools: Associations of near-surface soil water and annual neophyte dynamics
Lauren Ducas, Utah State University, A. Joshua Leffler, Utah State University, Scott B. Jones, Utah State University, Ronald J. Ryel, Utah State University
Invasive species Solidago canadensis L. alters arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community
Xin Chen, Zhejiang University, Qian Zhang, Zhejiang University, Jianjun Tang, Zhejiang University, Shuijin Hu, North Carolina State University
Long-term forest dynamics resulting from chronic Hemlock Woolly Adelgid infestation
Relena R. Ribbons, Harvard Forest, David A. Orwig, Harvard Forest
Is invasive glossy buckthorn (Frangula alnus) allelopathic to native New England wetland margin vegetation?
Amy Mays, Mount Holyoke College, Martha F. Hoopes, Mount Holyoke College
Potential effects of emerald ash borer – caused tree mortality on forest amphibian communities in southeastern Michigan
Victoria P. Schneider, Wayne State University, Daniel M. Kashian, Wayne State University
Introduced invasive grass species influences on microbial community composition
Julie A. Foote, Texas A&M University, Adria Bodour, University of Texas - San Antonio
Invading is not always bad: A study of positive interactions between the invasive coral Tubastraea coccinea and native reef species of Bonaire, NA
Lauren Pacheco, University of Colorado at Boulder, Amanda Hollebone, CIEE Research Station Bonaire, Rita Peachey, CIEE Research Station Bonaire
Effects of emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis) on forest ecosystems in North America
Kathleen S. Knight, US Forest Service Northern Research Station, Robert P. Long, US Forest Service Northern Research Station, Joanne Rebbeck, US Forest Service Northern Research Station, Daniel A. Herms, The Ohio State University, John Cardina, Ohio State University, Catherine P. Herms, Ohio State University, Wendy S. Klooster, Ohio State University, Kamal Gandhi, University of Georgia, Annemarie Smith, Department of Natural Resources, Kyle C. Costilow, Ohio State University, Lawrence C. Long, Ohio State University, Stephanie K. Smith, Miami University, Charles Flower, University of Illinois at Chicago, David Cappaert, Michigan State University
Attack of the native: Evaluating how the expanding Smilax rotundifolia affects a grassland microbial soil community as measured by the growth of Schizachyrium scoparium
Rachel E. Newmiller, Upper Dublin High School, Jennifer H. Doherty, University of Pennsylvania, Brenda B. Casper, The University of Pennsylvania
Investigation into the competitive mechanisms of the invasive shrub Amur Honeysuckle, Lonicera maackii
Sarah E. Alverson, University of Dayton, Carl F. Friese, University of Dayton
Invasion resistance in Hawaiian tropical dry forests
Erin J. Questad, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Jarrod M. Thaxton, Universityof Puerto Rico, Susan Cordell, USDA Forest Service

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