PS 70 - Invasion: Prevention and Management

Thursday, August 5, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
 Geographic variation in the incidence of egg diapause but not adult survival and total reproductive output of the mosquito, Aedes albopictus
Paul T. Leisnham, University of Maryland; Lauren T. Towler, Illinois State University; Steven A. Juliano, Illinois State University
 Phylogenetic community structure is correlated with the success of invasive avifauna
Brian S. Maitner, Rice University; Jennifer A. Rudgers, University of New Mexico; Amy E. Dunham, Rice University; Kenneth D. Whitney, Rice University
 Microstegium vimineum experiences negative soil feedback when grown in competition with natives
Sarah M. Shannon, Indiana University; S. Luke Flory, University of Florida; Heather L. Reynolds, Indiana University
 Can species’ phenological traits be used to manage noxious exotic weeds?
Naomi M. Clark, University of California Davis; Valerie T. Eviner, University of California Davis; Kevin J. Rice, University of California Davis; Carolyn M. Malmstrom, Michigan State University
 Cover, composition, and diversity following herbicide treatment of the invasive Japanese climbing fern in pine forests of northwest Florida
Kimberly K. Bohn, University of Florida; Patrick J. Minogue, University of Florida; Justin McKeithen, University of Florida; E. Corrie Pieterson, University of Florida
 Effects of various manual removal methods on seed production of Alliaria petiolata
Julia I. Chapman, University of Dayton; Philip D. Cantino, Ohio University
 Limitations of natural history data in a revisitation study of non-native invasive plants
Guy D. Schmale, Southern Illinois University; Loretta L. Battaglia, Southern Illinois University; David J. Gibson, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
 Measurement of native and invasive plant cover changes to improve planning and management in a rare Virginia wetland
Christina R. Harman, Eastern Mennonite University; James M. Yoder, Eastern Mennonite University; Wendy B. Cass, Shenandoah National Park
 Count your eggs before they invade: Models estimating egg number in clutches laid by invasive apple snails using clutch dimensions and volume
Colin H. Kyle, University of Chicago; Greg Dwyer, University of Chicago; Therese Shelton, Southwestern University; Romi Burks, Southwestern University
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