COS 136
Invasion: Models

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Regency Blrm F, Hyatt Regency Hotel
8:00 AM
 Spreading speeds for stage structured plant populations in fragmented landscapes
Mark A. Gilbert, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford; Steven M. White, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology; James M. Bullock, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology; Eamonn A. Gaffney, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
8:20 AM
 Fine-scale predictions of perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium) invasion and herbicide success in a brackish tidal marsh
Vanessa D. Tobias, University of California, Davis; Giselle Block, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Emilio A. Laca, University of California
8:40 AM
 Optimal spatial and temporal management of invasive species: general principles for eradication and suppression
Christopher M. Baker, The University of Melbourne; Michael Bode, University of Melbourne
9:00 AM Cancelled
 Do dams and road crossings limit round goby distribution in great lakes tributaries?
Margaret Q. Guyette, University of Wisconsin; Matthew S. Kornis, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Matthew W. Diebel, Wisconsin DNR Bureau of Science Services; Patrick J. Doran, The Nature Conservancy; Stephanie Januchowski-Hartley, University of Wisconsin; Thomas M. Neeson, University of Oklahoma; Peter B. McIntyre, University of Wisconsin
9:20 AM
 Current and modeled species distributions reveal global bias in species richness knowledge and invasion risk
R. Eliot Crafton, University of California, Davis; Marc Rius, University of Southampton & National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Predicting future spread during an outbreak using species distribution models
Andrew M. Kramer, University of Georgia; Deeran Patel, University of Georgia; John M. Drake, University of Georgia
10:10 AM
 Predicting geographic invasion patterns based on experimental demography: A comparison of two invasive plants and their native analogs in New England
Cory Merow, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Sarah T. Bois, Linda Loring Nature Foundation; John A. Silander, University of Connecticut
10:30 AM
 Cost and consistency of different approaches to risk assessment for invasive species
Reuben P. Keller, Loyola University Chicago; Crysta A. Gantz, University of Notre Dame
10:50 AM
 Invasive species mapping from aerial pollen counts and occurrence survey data
Philippe Marchand, University of California, Berkeley; Ignacio H. Chapela, University of California, Berkeley
11:10 AM
 A plant risk evaluation tool for assessing the invasive potential of ornamental plants
Christiana Conser, University of California, Davis; Joseph M. DiTomaso, University of California at Davis; Lizbeth Seebacher, Washington Dept. of Ecology; Rachel Brownsey, University of California, Davis; Sarah Reichard, University of Washington
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