PS 62 - Invasion: Prevention and Management

Thursday, August 11, 2011: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Fire and invasive species: The burning quest for truth
L. Poulos, University of Oregon; Bitty A. Roy, University of Oregon; B. Thomas, McKenzie River Ranger District
Management effects on re-growth of Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica)
Joseph Dauer, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
CANCELLED - Invasive plant management using hydroraking at the New Jersey school of conservation
Christina Soman, Montclair State University; Stephanie C. Lear, Montclair State University; Meiyin Wu, Montclair State University
A simple model suggests how to more efficiently prevent the spread of Asiatic shrub honeysuckles in temperate forests
Melissa Hall, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Kurt E. Schulz, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Responses of native and introduced plant species to sucrose addition in Puget lowland prairies
H. Elizabeth Kirkpatrick, University of Puget Sound; Kaitlin C. Lubetkin, Univeristy of California at Merced
Cheatgrass and AMF: Understanding interactions for improved restoration of invaded lands
Ryan R. Busby, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center; Mark W. Paschke, Colorado State University; Mary E. Stromberger, Colorado State University; Dick L. Gebhart, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center; Paul J. Meiman, Colorado State University
Near-optimal temporal and spatial control strategies for kudzu using goats
M. Joseph Hughes, University of Tennessee; Elizabeth G. Johnson, University of Tennessee; Paul R. Armsworth, University of Tennessee
A decision support model for buffelgrass management in southern Arizona
Tracy R. Holcombe, U.S. Geological Survey; Leonardo Frid, ESSA Technologies Ltd.; Aaryn Olsson, Northern Arizona University; Katy Bryan, ESSA Technologies Ltd.; Alexander Hall, ESSA Technologies Ltd.; Jeffrey T. Morisette, U.S. Geological Survey
Using prescribed extreme fire for coastal prairie restoration: Effects on species richness and invasion
William E. Rogers, Texas A&M University; Dirac Twidwell, University of Nebraska; Elizabeth A. McMahon, Texas A&M University; Bryce R. Thomas, Texas A&M University; Urs P. Kreuter, Texas A&M University; Terry L. Blankenship, Rob and Bessie Welder Wildlife Foundation
Effect of herbicide treatments on germination of Japanese climbing fern spores and survival of fern gametophytes
Jennifer L. Ulrich, University of Florida; Samantha N. Miller, University of Florida; Kimberly K. Bohn, University of Florida; Mack Thetford, University of Florida; E. Corrie Pieterson, University of Florida
Demography of an invasive species (Kalanchoe delagoensis) in Northern Mexico
Sylvia Patricia Ruiz-González, Instituto de Ecología, UNAM; Jordan Goluvob, UAM-X; María del Carmen Mandujano Sánchez, Instituto de Ecología, UNAM
Mowing: Cause, but also a solution for invasive plant Erigeron annuus in a landfill
Minjoo Shin, Seoul National University; Uhram Song, Seoul National University; Eun Ju Lee, Seoul National University
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