Wednesday, August 4, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 60 - Restoration Ecology
The contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to soil carbon pools in restored urban grasslands
Elina Dilmukhametova, Lake Forest College, Louise Egerton-Warburton, Chicago Botanic Garden
Soil legacies differentially influence native grass establishment in an urban prairie restoration
Elizabeth Pahomov, Lake Forest College, Merry Marshall, Our Lady of the Lake University, Michael Frederick, Lake Forest College, Louise Egerton-Warburton, Chicago Botanic Garden
Assessing quality in mesic and dry-mesic prairie restorations
William J. Sluis, Trine University, Marlin L. Bowles, The Morton Arboretum
Belowground effects of ecological restoration practices in a deciduous forest in northern Mississippi: Year round patterns in microbial enzyme activities and leaf litter decomposition
Anthony J. Rietl, University of Mississippi, Colin R. Jackson, University of Mississippi
Addressing global warming: Taking steps to transition from a coal mining past to a carbon-sequestering/biofuel producing future through establishment of high-diversity prairie
Nina Sengupta, The Wilds, Nicole D. Cavender, The Wilds, Shana M. Byrd, The Wilds, David A.N. Ussiri, The Ohio State University, Teresa J. Cutright, The University of Akron
Competition between native Hawaiian plants and the invasive grass Urochloa maxima: Implications of functional biodiversity for restoration
Selita A. E. Ammondt, University of Hawai′i at Manoa, Creighton M. Litton, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Restored prairie vegetation effects on the carbon cycle of a dewatered basin in Southwestern Wisconsin
Ana J. Wells, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Nick J. Balster, University of Wisconsisn - Madison
Seed addition and spatial heterogeneity in grass establishment in a restored Kansas oak savanna
F. Leland Russell, Wichita State University
Development in a six year tall grass restoration experiment: Effects of planting season and density on diversity
Mariana C. Valencia, University of Illinois at Chicago, Joel S. Brown, University of Illinois at Chicago, Henry F. Howe, University of Illinois at Chicago
Changes in reference sites over time and implications for restoration
Maria E. Melnechuk, Washington University in St. Louis, Cory C. Christopher, Washington University in Saint Louis, Lars A. Brudvig, Michigan State University, Cathy D. Collins, Washington University in St. Louis, Ellen I. Damschen, University of Wisconsin-Madison, William B. Mattingly, Washington University in St. Louis, John L. Orrock, Washington University in St. Louis, Joan L. Walker, USDA Forest Service
Plant nutrient availability following wildfire and different restoration practices in a sagebrush community in northwestern Utah
Benjamin D. Wissinger, University of Idaho, Amy C. Ganguli, Rocky Mountain Research Station USFS, Beth A. Newingham, University of Idaho
Changes in habitat structure and spider community composition in response to experimental woodland restoration in northern Mississippi
Jason A. Ryndock, University of Mississippi, Gail E. Stratton, University of Mississippi, Marjorie M. Holland, University of Mississippi
Can indirect competition by annual forbs increase establishment of native perennial grasses in Bromus tectorum invaded systems
Erin M. Goergen, University of Nevada - Reno, Elizabeth A. Leger, University of Nevada, Reno, Tara A. Forbis, USDA ARS
Patterns of herbaceous and woody vegetation recruitment in a recently restored tidal and non-tidal freshwater wetland
James B. Deemy, Virginia Commonwealth University, Kathryn T. Rubis, Virginia Commonwealth University, Edward R. Crawford, Virginia Commonwealth University
Prediction of stage, bathymetry, and succession of riparian vegetation of the lower Olentangy river after removal of the Fifth Avenue Dam
Alexandra C. Naegele, The Ohio State University, Li Zhang, Wilma H. Schiermer Olentangy River Wetland Research Park, William J. Mitsch, Wilma H. Schiermer Olentangy River Wetland Research Park
Early effects of restoration practices within a historically fire-suppressed mountain longleaf pine ecosystem on vegetative and bird community structure
John A. Kronenberger, Berry College, Thomas D. Baldvins, Berry College, Martin L. Cipollini, Berry College, Andrew A. Montgomery, Berry College
Defining restoration success: Development of the plant canopy and ecological functions in a restored brackish marsh
Anna R. Armitage, Texas A&M University at Galveston, Chuan-Kai Ho, Texas A&M University at Galveston, Amanda M. Thronson, Texas A&M University at Galveston, Eric N. Madrid, Texas A&M University at Galveston, Michael T. Bell, Texas A&M University at Galveston, Antonietta S. Quigg, Texas A&M University at Galveston
Estimating interactions between a stream channel and a diversion wetland
Jung Chen Huang, the Ohio State University, William Mitsch, Wilma H. Schiermer Olentangy River Wetland Research Park, David L. Johnson, the Ohio State University
Breaking the invasion cycle in native plant restoration
Leah J. Goldstein, University of California, Irvine, Christy A. Brigham, National Park Service, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Katharine N. Suding, University of California at Berkeley
The response of European buckthorn, Rhamnus cathartica to soil amendments in restoration
Dayani S. Pieri, Oakton Community College, Lauren G. Umek, DePaul University, Liam Heneghan, DePaul University

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