Friday, August 6, 2010: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 103 - Latebreaking: Invasion
Plant-soil feedbacks in cheatgrass-invaded sagebrush ecosystems
John M. Stark, Utah State University, Brittany Packer, Utah State University, D'Jenane Diaz, Utah State University, Brandon Chambers, Utah State University, Cade Kowallis, Utah State University, Toby D. Hooker, Utah State University, Jeanette M. Norton, Utah State University
Effect of high-intensity directed fire on survival of three invasive species: Paulownia tomentosa, Ligustrum sinense, and Lonicera maackii
Jeanette R. Williams, Alabama A&M University, Luben D. Dimov, Alabama A&M University
Drought and fire suppression encourage Juniperus virginiana encroachment in xeric oak forests
Stephen W. Hallgren, Oklahoma State University, Ryan D. DeSantis, Oklahoma State University
The invasive Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, reduces nectar resources for the giant hummingbird, Patagona gigas, on the coast of Chile
Liam M. Stacey, University of Washington
Has a weedy lifestyle evolved? Comparing variation of life history traits between invasive populations compared to their native counterparts
Matthew A. Kaproth, University of Vermont, Jane Molofsky, University of Vermont
Cold temperature and emerald ash borers: Modeling the under-bark temperature of ash trees in Ontario
Bradley Vermunt, University of Waterloo, K. Cuddington, University of Waterloo, Jill C. Crosthwaite, University of Western Ontario, Stephanie Sobek, University of Western Ontario, Brent J. Sinclair, University of Western Ontario
Early detection of invasive plant species: Linking management needs with invasive species science
Daniel A. Sarr, Klamath Network-National Park Service, Sean B. Smith, Klamath Network-National Park Service, Dennis C. Odion, Southern Oregon University, Jennifer K. Gibson, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
Invasive shrubs predict the abundance of common native avian frugivores in a landscape of central Pennsylvania
Jason M. Gleditsch, The Pennsylvania State University, Tomás A. Carlo, The Pennsylvania State University
Increasing light but not nitrogen availability reduces drought sensitivity of the invasive grass, Microstegium vimineum
Andrea Caruso, Fordham University, James Lewis, Fordham University
Evidence for the establishment and persistence of genetically modified canola populations in the U.S
Meredith G. Schafer, University of Arkansas, Andrew X. Ross, North Dakota State University, Jason P. Londo, US Environmental Protection Agency/NHEERL, Connie A. Burdick, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, E. Henry Lee, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Steven E. Travers, North Dakota State University, Peter K. Van de Water, CSU Fresno, Cynthia L. Sagers, University of Arkansas

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