COS 61
Invasion: Models

Wednesday, August 7, 2013: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
L100I, Minneapolis Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Induced nest failure as a method for controlling invasive bass
Grace L. Loppnow, University of Minnesota; Paul A. Venturelli, University of Minnesota; Brian J. Shuter, University of Toronto
8:40 AM
 Evidence that regional differences in ecological niche space for an invasive plant species are due to macroclimatic variation
Stephanie A. Wagner, University of Illinois; Jennifer M. Fraterrigo, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
9:20 AM
 How invaded are we, really?: Aquatic invasive species occurrence datasets under-represent species distributions and misinform predictive models
Alexander W. Latzka, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Scott Van Egeren, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; M. Jake Vander Zanden, University of Wisconsin-Madison
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Using high-resolution future climate scenarios for predicting climate change effects on biological invasions in Rocky Mountain National Park
Amanda M. West, Colorado State University; Sunil Kumar, Colorado State University; Tewodros Wakie, Colorado State University; Cynthia S. Brown, Colorado State University; Thomas J. Stohlgren, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory; Melinda Laituri, Colorado State University; Jim Bromberg, U.S. National Park Service
10:10 AM
 Mapping invasive hybrid swarms and swarms of hybrids
Thomas J. Stohlgren, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory; Paul Evangelista, Colorado State University; Sunil Kumar, Colorado State University; Catherine Jarnevich, U.S. Geological Survey
10:30 AM
 Combining modeling techniques, large data sets, and streamlined visualization tools to explore background point selection for cheatgrass models: VisTrails and the Software for Assisted Habitat Modeling (SAHM)
Tracy R. Holcombe, U.S. Geological Survey; Catherine Jarnevich, U.S. Geological Survey; Cameron L. Aldridge, U.S. Geological Survey; Cynthia S. Brown, Colorado State University; David Koop, NYU-Poly; Sunil Kumar, Colorado State University; Daniel Manier, U.S. Geological Survey; Jeffrey T. Morisette, U.S. Geological Survey; Colin Talbert, U.S. Geological Survey; Marian Talbert, North Central Climate Science Cente; P. Votava, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
10:50 AM
 Global modeling of invasive Parthenium hysterophorus reveals new areas of potential invasion on multiple continents
Kumar P. Mainali, University of Texas at Austin; Abhishek Nakarmi, The University of Texas at Austin; Kunjithapatham Dhileepan, Ecosciences Precinct; Dan Warren, University of Texas, Austin; Andrew McConnachie, Private Bag X6006; Lorraine Strathie, Private Bag X6006; Matthew P. Moskwik, University of Texas; Gul Hassan, NWFP Agricultural University; Iqbal Zuberi, To be added later; Debendra Karki, Tribhuvan University; Bharat B. Shrestha, Tribhuvan University; Camille Parmesan, Plymouth University
11:10 AM
 Functional group interaction drive negative diversity-invasibility relationship in experimental plant community assembly
Chaeho Byun, McGill University; Sylvie de Blois, McGill University; Jacques Brisson, Université de Montréal