PS 86 - Latebreaking: Invasion

Friday, August 12, 2011: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Growth and ecophysiological characteristics of an exotic woody invasive plant
Tosin A. Sekoni, Texas A&M University; Thomas W. Boutton, Texas A&M University; Cristine L. Morgan, Texas A&M University; Georgianne W. Moore, Texas A&M University; Robert Knight, Texas A&M University
Can novel mutualisms with native species modify the community-wide consequences of ant invasions? A test using the Anoplolepis gracilipes invasion of the Samoan Archipelago
Amy M. Savage, North Carolina State University; Kenneth D. Whitney, Rice University; Jennifer A. Rudgers, University of New Mexico
Imported fire ants near the edge of their range: Disturbance and moisture determine prevalence and impact of an invasive social insect
Edward G. LeBrun, University of Texas at Austin; Robert M. Plowes, University of Texas at Austin; Lawrence E. Gilbert, University of Texas at Austin
The US Federal Noxious Weeds list: Species included, the listing process, and outcomes for declared noxious species
Lauren M. Tarpey, University of Chicago; Reuben P. Keller, Loyola University Chicago
A survey of daytime and nighttime gas exchange in invasive and native species of Rubus
Brandon E. McNellis, University of California, Riverside; Ava R. Howard, Western Oregon University
Interactions between invasive species and climate change: The effect on aquatic amphibians
Matthew A. Kwiatkowski, Stephen F Austin State University; Daniel Saenz, US Forest Service; Erin M. Fucik, Stephen F Austin State University; Taylor B. Cotten, Arizona Game and Fish Department
Mixing litter effects of exotic invasive plant Mikania micrantha H.B.K. with native plants
Baoming Chen, Sun Yat-Sen University; Shaolin Peng, Sun Yat-sen University
Relationship of riparian tree species diversity and litter breakdown in a central Texas stream: The role of an introduced tree species
Trey Nobles, Texas State University; Derek M. Wallace, Texas State University; Yixin Zhang, Texas State University at San Marcos
Are non-native species larger in invaded ranges
Dilermando P. Lima-Junior, Maringá State University; Angelo Agostinho, Universidade Estadual de Maringá; Luis M. Bini, Federal University of Goiás
An end to cane toad roulette: Using stochastic modeling to focus cane toad control efforts in Australia
Lynne E. Beaty, Texas Tech University; Christopher J. Salice, Texas Tech University
Control methods for invasive grasses on Mima Mounds at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge, WA
Brandy K. Reynecke, Adams Conservation District; Rebecca L. Brown, Eastern Washington University
Ecosystem consequences of non-native grass species removal in Puerto Rico
Stefanie L. Whitmire, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez; Roxanne M. Almodovar, University of Puerto Rico; Tania D. Burgos, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez; Jarrod M. Thaxton, Eastern Kentucky University
Ecosystem effects of removing non-native trees from early successional subtropical dry forests
Skip J. Van Bloem, University of Puerto Rico; Stefanie L. Whitmire, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez; Vivianette Vera, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
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