PS 14
Invasion: Dynamics, Population Processes

Monday, August 5, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Periodic wet years and deer herbivory are tied to success of invasive Rhamnus cathartica (European buckthorn) in western Minnesota
Peter H. Wyckoff, University of Minnesota, Morris; Jeff Aday, University of Minnesota, Morris
 Facilitative interactions of two co-occurring invasive trees in the Southeastern U.S
James E. Moore, Christian Brothers University; Daniel Stewart, Christian Brothers University; Scott B. Franklin, University of Northern Colorado
 Intraguild predation mediates co-existence between native and non-native fish
Sujan M. Henkanaththegedara, North Dakota State University; Craig A. Stockwell, North Dakota State University
 Clonal variation in behavior in the invasive New Zealand mud snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum)
Edward P. Levri, Penn State Altoona; T. J. Clark, Ohio Wesleyan University; Brittany Smith, Penn State Altoona; Elissa Colledge, Penn State Altoona; Frank Menequale, Penn State Altoona; Sarah Landis, Penn State Altoona; Elizabeth Metz, Penn State Altoona; Megan Radyk, Penn State Altoona
 Phenotypic and genetic variation of Bromus tectorum in native and invasive populations
Alden B. Griffith, Wellesley College; Chrystal H. Pao, Trinity International University; Jeremie Fant, Chicago Botanic Garden; Charles Flowe, Trinity International University; Krikor Andonian, De Anza College
 Role of phenology in the colonization success of Rhamnus cathartica in forested ecosystems
Andrew M. Pretorius, University of Minnesota; Rebecca A. Montgomery, University of Minnesota
 Comparison of genetic variation in native and non-native populations of the grass Andropogon virginicus
Michael Readinger, The College of New Jersey; Brian Giacopelli, The College of New Jersey; Megan Wyles, The College of New Jersey; Angel Lugo, The College of New Jersey; Janet A. Morrison, The College of New Jersey
 Past agricultural activity and current vegetation cover are consistent predictors of invasion and spread of Sericea at local and landscape scales
David R. Hall, University of Kansas; Bryan L. Foster, University of Kansas; Gregory R. Houseman, Wichita State University; Craig C. Freeman, R. L. McGregor Herbarium & Kansas Biological Survey; Jennifer M. Delisle, Kansas Biological Survey
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