PS 27
Restoration Ecology

Tuesday, August 12, 2014: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
 Fine roots and litterfall in differing ages of riparian forest
Colleen M. Fisher, Santa Clara University; Virginia Matzek, Santa Clara University
 Tallgrass prairie restoration: declines in prairie bird populations following restoration at Spirit Mound
Eva L. Soluk, University of South Dakota; Meghann E. Jarchow, University of South Dakota; Jay Carlisle, Boise State University
 Plant-microbe interactions change along a prairie restoration chronosequence
Scott J. Meiners, Eastern Illinois University; Anna J. Herzberger, Eastern Illinois University; J. Brian Towey, Richardson Wildlife Foundation; Daniel L. Armstrong, Eastern Illinois University; Paula Butts, Eastern Illinois University
 Does provenance matter? Assessing ecotypal variation to promote restoration success
Lisa M. Giencke, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center; L. Katherine Kirkman, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center; Carol Denhof, The Longleaf Alliance
 Ground beetle communities and seed predation in a restored tallgrass prairie chronosequence
Nicholas A. Barber, Northern Illinois University; Taylor D. Skokan, Stanford University; Eduardo Robleto, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
 Habitat structure and ecosystem engineers: Critical components of sustainable habitat restoration for burrowing owls
Douglas H. Deutschman, San Diego State University; Ronald R. Swaisgood, San Diego Zoo Global Institute for Conservation Research; Debra M. Shier, San Diego Zoo Global Institute for Conservation Research; Lisa A. Nordstrom, San Diego Zoo; Sarah McCullough, San Diego State University; Colleen M. Lenihan, H.T. Harvey & Associates; J.P. Montagne, San Diego Zoo Global Institute for Conservation Research; Colleen L. Wisinski, San Diego Zoo Global Institute for Conservation Research
 Seeds versus seedlings to foster oak forest restoration: A new device to overcome old problems
Jorge Castro, University of Granada; Alexandro B. Leverkus, University of Granada
 Carbon and nitrogen mineralization in Sacramento River restored riparian forests
Shawn A. Warren, Santa Clara University; Virginia Matzek, Santa Clara University
 Ancient wetlands can be damaged by extreme fires, but post-fire in-channel treatments may conserve them
Jonathan W. Long, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Javis G. Davis, Fort Lewis College; Ray T. Kenny, Fort Lewis College
 Identifying the habitat filters to medium and large mammal recolonization in Atlantic Forest restoration
Camila P. Castilho, Universidade de Campinas (UNICAMP); Natália O. Leiner, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia (UFF); Wesley R. Silva, Universidade de Campinas (UNICAMP)
 Nutrient availability and species evenness influence productivity during early stages of a tropical forest restoration
Julia A. Rogers, Colby College; Cathy D. Collins, Colby College; Lauren E. Bizzari, Colby College; Susan Gagliardi, Colby College; Emma Rosenfield, Colby College
 Remnant trees and landscape structure influence avian frugivores visitation in forest restored sites in Taiwan
Jheng-Yu Huang, National Taiwan University; Tzung-Su Ding, National Taiwan University
 Changes in tree growth patterns and species composition over 23 years in a maple-basswood forest restoration
Sonja R. Helgeson, St. Olaf College; Maureen Y. Palmer, St. Olaf College; Kate E. Seybold, St. Olaf College; Kathleen L. Shea, St. Olaf College
 Restoration of Greater Sage-Grouse habitat: A framework for landscape and site-specific decisions
David A. Pyke, U.S. Geological Survey; Steven T. Knick, U.S. Geological Survey; Jeanne C. Chambers, USDA Forest Service; Mike Pellant, Bureau of Land Management; Jeffrey L. Beck, University of Wyoming; Eugene W. Schupp, Utah State University; Paul S. Doescher, Oregon State University
 Ecological restoration methods influence soil fungal activity
Andrea Bruce, Center for Environmental Biology; Mia R. Maltz, University of California, Irvine; Adithi Iyer, Woodbridge High School; Kathleen Treseder, University of California Irvine
 Use of biochar soil amendments and inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in prairie restorations
Geoffrey L. House, Indiana University; James D. Bever, Indiana University
 Subsampling analysis enables optimizing data quality and quantity decisions for biodiversity assessment
Michael E. Roswell, Rutgers University; Daniel P. Cariveau, University of Minnesota; Rachael Winfree, Rutgers University
 Effectiveness of passive restoration at increasing cover of native shrubs
Emily C. Griffoul, University of California, Irvine; Sarah Kimball, UC Irvine; Megan Lulow, Irvine Ranch Conservancy; Jutta C. Burger, Irvine Ranch Conservancy; Quinn Sorenson, Irvine Ranch Conservancy; Kathleen Balazs, Irvine Ranch Conservancy; Travis E. Huxman, University of California, Irvine
 Direct and indirect effects of herbicides on soil biota
Alexii C. Cornell, MPG Ranch; Viktoria Wagner, Masaryk University; Philip W. Ramsey, MPG Ranch; Ylva Lekberg, University of Montana
 Landscape restoration supports genetic connectivity among populations of a keystone species
Bradley J. Cosentino, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; Robert L. Schooley, University of Illinois; Brandon T. Bestelmeyer, USDA Agricultural Research Service; Alison J. McCarthy, Hobart and William Smith College; Kevin Sierzega, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
 Understanding the role of resource limitation in restoration of sagebrush ecosystems dominated by cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum)
Jeanne C. Chambers, USDA Forest Service; Rachel O. Jones, University of Nevada-Reno; Dale W. Johnson, University of Nevada, Reno; Robert Blank, USDA Agricultural Research Service
 Seed source geography influences phenology and gas exchange rates of Pityopsis graminifolia populations
Joan Walker, USDA Forest Service; Bryan Mudder, USDA Forest Service; Shawna Reid, USDA Forest Service; Anthony Savereno, Clemson University; Lauren Pile, Clemson University
 Assessing functioning of pollinator habitat plantings for agricultural settings
Kimiora Ward, University of California, Davis; Emily May, Michigan State University; Rufus Isaacs, Michigan State University; Daniel P. Cariveau, University of Minnesota; Rachael Winfree, Rutgers University; Neal M. Williams, University of California
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