Friday, August 7, 2009: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
PS 88 - Latebreaking: Invasion
No consistent small-scale negative native-exotic richness relationship in natural communities
Qinfeng Guo, USDA FS - Southern Research Station
Experimental plant invasion (Microstegium vimineum) reduces arthropod abundance and richness
Carolina Simao, Rice University, S. Luke Flory, Indiana University, Jennifer A. Rudgers, Rice University
The role of phenotypic plasticity in the invasiveness of three Taraxacum species
Jing Luo, The Ohio State University, John Cardina, The Ohio State University
Preliminary investigations of Island Applesnails (Pomacea insularum) control methods applicable for natural areas in Louisiana
Jacoby Carter, US Geological Survey, Jill Jenkins, US Geological Survey, Christopher Wells, US Geological Survey, Linda Broussard, US Geological Survey, Sergio Merino, IAP, Heather Olivier, IAP, Eric Theall, IAP
Life-history trade-offs in growth and survivorship drive patterns of exotic tree invasions of closed-canopy forests
Patrick H. Martin, Colorado State University, Charles D. Canham, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Seed rain and phenology in an invasive species removal experiment in Mona Island Reserve, Puerto Rico
Xavier A. Jaime-Davila, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Denny S. Fernandez, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Julissa Rojas, University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras, Elvia Meléndez-Ackerman, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras
Assessing threat of introduction of the parthenogenetic marbled crayfish Marmorkrebs into North American waters
Stephanie A. Jimenez, The University of Texas-Pan American, Zen Faulkes, The University of Texas-Pan American
Pollinator communities of Guaiacum sanctum (Zygophylaceae)
Jose J. Fumero-Caban, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Elvia J. Melendez-Ackerman, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Lourdes Lastra, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus
Differential response to fire in the germination of an invasive shrub and the native plant community explains invasion success
Aníbal Pauchard, Universidad de Concepción, Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad (IEB), Rafael A. García, Universidad de Concepción, Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad (IEB), María Fernanda Rodríguez, Universidad de Concepción, Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad (IEB), Lohengrin A. Cavieres, Universidad de Concepción, Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad (IEB)
Invasion dynamics on the Chilean coast: an evaluation of the propagule pressure and biotic and abiotic resistance hypotheses
Paula E. Neill, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción, Juan C. Navarro-Moene, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción, Sebastián A. Muñoz, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción
Predictions and early observations on the impact of Laurel Wilt Disease on the flora of North America
Joel M. Gramling, The Citadel
Ecological boundary detection using Bayesian areal wombling: A method to investigate factors influencing the geographic distribution of species
Matthew C. Fitzpatrick, Harvard Forest & University of Rhode Island, Evan L. Preisser, University of Rhode Island, Aaron M. Ellison, Harvard Forest (Harvard University), Joseph Elkinton, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Adam Porter, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Ecological effects of ant-aphid mutualism on the invasive potential of Foeniculum vulgare in Northern California coastal scrub
Connor D. Dibble, University of California
Native and exotic birds enhance plant dispersal in the Society Islands (French Polynesia)
Erica N. Spotswood, University of California at Berkeley
Plant-soil feedbacks and competition dynamics
Tomas A. Revilla, University of Groningen, G.F. (Ciska) Veen, University of Groningen, Franz J. Weissing, University of Groningen
Network structure, social personalities, and the spread of invasive species
Sean P. Fogarty, UC Davis, Julien D Cote, UC Davis, Andrew Sih, UC Davis
Impacts of invasive browsers on demographic rates and forest structure in New Zealand
David M. Wright, University of Cambridge, Richard P. Duncan, Lincoln University, David A. Coomes, University of Cambridge
Small threats, big challenges: Using prescribed fire to locate and manage for fire ant (Solenopsis invicta) invasion in Texas
Charles J. Turney, Texas A&M Unversity, Dirac Twidwell, Texas A&M Unversity, William E. Rogers, Texas A&M Unversity
Assessing accuracy of volunteer monitoring of invasive plant species distribution
Kristen A. Ross, Rutgers University, Joan G. Ehrenfeld, Rutgers University, Rebecca Jordan, Rutgers University, Wesley R. Brooks, Rutgers University
Predicting bird-mediated spread of invasive plants across northeastern North America
Cory Merow, University of Connecticut, John Silander, University of Connecticut, Nancy LaFleur, University of Connecticut, Margaret Rubega, University of Connecticut
Alteration of key soil properties enhances Hieracium caespitosum invasion
Carl Rosier, University of Montana, Stephen Brown, University of Montana, Daniel Mummey, University of Montana
Mapping the invasive Tamarix plant species using LANDSAT data
Maruthi Sridhar Balaji Bhaskar, Bowling Green State University, Robert K. Vincent, Bowling Green State University, Sritharan Subramaniam, Central State University, Doyle Watts, Wright State University, John Osterberg, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

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