PS 42
Biological Control

Wednesday, August 12, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Increased seed consumption by biological control weevil tempers positive CO2 effect on invasive plant (Centaurea diffusa) fitness
Justin L. Reeves, Rangeland Resources Research Unit; Dana M. Blumenthal, USDA-ARS; Julie A. Kray, USDA-ARS; Justin D. Derner, Rangeland Resources Research Unit
 Grazing effects on energy fluxes in a desert steppe on the Mongolian Plateau
Changliang Shao, Michigan State University; Jiquan Chen, Michigan State University; Linghao Li, The Chinese Academy of Sciences; Gang Dong, Shanxi University; Juanjuan Han, The Chinese Academy of Sciences; Michael Abraha, Michigan State University; Ranjeet John, Michigan State University
 Plant community response to riparian invasive tree removal by biocontrol vs. active means for 40 sites over five years
Anna A. Sher, University of Denver; Annie Henry, University of Denver; Eduardo Gonzalez, University of Denver; Hisham El Waer, University of Denver; Robert M. Anderson, University of Denver
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