COS 87
Restoration Ecology III

Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
315, Sacramento Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Efficacy of tarping, herbicide, soil removal, and mulching as strategies for restoring California coastal prairie grasses
Karen D. Holl, University of California, Santa Cruz; Elizabeth A. Howard, University of California, Santa Cruz; Timothy Brown, Australian National University; Tara R. de Silva, University of California, Santa Cruz; E. Tyler Mann, University of California, Santa Cruz; Jamie Russell, University of California, Santa Cruz; William H. Spangler, University of California, Santa Cruz
1:50 PM
 Evaluation of nutrient deprivation on functional traits of plants produced in nurseries for restoration programs in the Mediterranean region of central Chile
Marcela A. Bustamante-Sánchez, Universidad de Concepción; Pablo Bravo Monasterio, Universidad de Concepción; Javiera Vargas, Universidad de Concepción
2:30 PM
 Using chlorophyll fluorescence to evaluate light reactions of photosynthesis for hardwood advanced reproduction in varying understory sunlight environments
Kutcher K. Cunningham, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture; Stephen C. Grace, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
2:50 PM
 Ecological restoration strategies for an abandoned sulfuric acid recycling factory soil with heavy metal contaminants
Sherie L. Edenborn, Chatham University; Linda MK Johnson, Chatham University; Harry M. Edenborn, National Energy Technology Lab, United States Department of Energy
3:10 PM
3:40 PM
 Ectomycorrhizal fungal inoculum potential of surface reclamation materials in oil sands mining
Shanon L. Hankin, University of Alberta; Justine Karst, University of Alberta; Simon M. Landhausser, University of Alberta
4:00 PM
 Restoring an invaded landscape through management and community assembly using multiple functional groups
Michael D. Bell, University of California, Irvine; Sarah Kimball, UC Irvine; Megan Lulow, Irvine Ranch Conservancy; Travis E. Huxman, University of California, Irvine
4:20 PM
 Rapid cultivation of desert mosses as a biological soil crust restoration material
Anita J. Antoninka, Northern Arizona University; Matthew Bowker, Northern Arizona University; Kyle Doherty, Northern Arizona University
4:40 PM
 Significance of ecological restoration with a case study on Cemetery of Confucius
Renqing Wang, Shandong University; Chengdong Wang, Shandong University; Yutao Wang, Shandong University
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