Tuesday, August 3, 2010: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
333, David L Lawrence Convention Center
COS 35 - Restoration Ecology III
1:30 PMEffects of disturbance frequency and reduced competition on native forb establishment on simulated roadsides in Florida, USA
Anne L. Frances, USDA Forest Service, Carrie Reinhardt Adams, University of Florida, Jeff Norcini, OecoHort, LLC, Sandra B. Wilson, University of Florida, Deborah L. Miller, University of Florida, Doria Gordon, The Nature Conservancy
1:50 PMRestoring little bluestem and broomsedge to upland forests in northern Mississippi
Erynn E. Maynard, University of Mississippi, J. Stephen Brewer, University of Mississippi
2:10 PMThe studies on vegetation restoration with 3S and long-term orientation observation
Shaolin Peng, Sun Yat-Sen University, Ting Zhou, Sun Yat-Sen University, Arizona State University
2:30 PMChanges in periphyton communities in a watershed receiving passive treatment for acid mine drainage over an 11 year period
Dean M. DeNicola, Slippery Rock University, Michael G. Stapleton, Slippery Rock University
2:50 PMDoes dispersal limitation impact the recovery of zooplankton communities damaged by a regional stressor?
Derek K. Gray, Queen's University, Shelley Arnott, Queen's University
3:10 PMBreak
3:20 PMEffects of water depth and seed provenance on the vegetative growth of southern wild rice (Zizania aquatica)
Rebecca C. Tucker, Purdue University, Michael J. Zanis, Purdue University, Nancy C. Emery, Purdue University, Kevin D. Gibson, Purdue University
3:40 PMEcosystem restoration planning through iterative experiments at Zion National Park, UT
Michelle P. Dela Cruz, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Vanessa B. Beauchamp, Towson University, Patrick B. Shafroth, US Geological Survey, Aviva O'Neil, Zion National Park, Donna Shorrock, National Park Service
4:00 PMInoculation with a native soil community advances succession in a grassland restoration
Elizabeth Middleton, University of Indiana, James D. Bever, Indiana University
4:20 PMRestored and remnant habitat patches feature differently in the movement of bee and butterfly pollinators into adjacent degraded habitat
Karen Goodell, The Ohio State University, Chia-Hua Lin, The Ohio State University, Amy M. McKinney, The Ohio State University, Shana M. Byrd, The Wilds, Barbara Bloetscher, The Ohio State University, Nicole D. Cavender, The Wilds
4:40 PMEffects of overstory density and fertilizer supplement on the growth of American chestnut seedlings
Clint T. Patterson, Alabama A&M University, Luben D. Dimov, Alabama A&M University

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