PS 17
Invasion: Species Interactions

Monday, August 5, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 The impact of co-occurring invasive insects on eastern hemlock health and chemistry
Vincent A. Waquiu, New Mexico State University; Julia N. Brokaw, Cornell University; Evan L. Preisser, University of Rhode Island; David A. Orwig, Harvard Forest
 Temporal and spatial patterns of ash mortality and emerald ash borer populations
Kathleen S. Knight, USDA Forest Service; Daniel A. Herms, The Ohio State University / OARDC; John Cardina, The Ohio State University/ OARDC; Robert P. Long, USDA Forest Service; Robert Ford, Ohio State University; Wendy S. Klooster, The Ohio State University/ OARDC; John P. Brown, USDA Forest Service; Charles E. Flower, University of Illinois at Chicago; Annemarie Smith, Ohio State University; Kamal J.K. Gandhi, University of Georgia; Catherine P. Herms, Ohio State University/ OARDC
 Effects of white sweetclover invasion on the pollination and berry production of Vaccinium sp. in Alaska
Katie Villano Spellman, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Christa Mulder, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Matthew L. Carlson, University of Alaska Anchorage
 Meta-analysis: Altered biotic interactions do not explain invasive species success
Elizabeth H. Schultheis, Michigan State University; Jennifer A. Lau, Michigan State University
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