PS 55
Restoration Ecology

Wednesday, August 12, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Effects of fungal addition on dune plant litter decomposition in Horqin Sandy Land, northern China
Shaokun Wang, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Shaokun Wang, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Olof Andrén, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Xueyong Zhao, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Xiaoan Zuo, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Experimental greenhouse and field trials on American Ginseng, Panax quinquefolium: Implications for restoration in Appalachia
Emily C. Thyroff, James Madison University; Dr. Heather P. Griscom, James Madison University
 Native tree survivorship and growth rates in mixed species plots: Neotropical timber plantations can promote associated biodiversity
Paul F. Foster, Reserva Ecológica Bijagual; Cris G. Hochwender, University of Evanville; Samantha Montgomery, University of Evanville; Kelsey Williams, University of Evanville; Stephanie Tran, University of Evanville; Christie Hubbard, University of Evanville; Nicole Kreuzman, University of Evanville
 Response of soil moisture characteristics to litter and fine root return from vegetation restored on eroded soils in the subtropical China
Rongzhen Huang, Clemson University; Liqin Zhu, Nanchang Institute of Technology; G. Geoff Wang, Clemson University; Feng Li, Nanchang Institute of Technology; Honglang Duan, Nanchang Institute of Technology; Houbao Fan, Nanchang Institute of Technology
 Implementation and evaluation of riparian vegetation restoration in the world
Eduardo González, University of Denver; Anna A. Sher, University of Denver; Eric Tabacchi, ECOLAB, Laboratoire d'Ecologie et Environnement; Adria Masip, CSIC; Monique Poulin, McGill University
 Biogeochemical functions must be considered individually when evaluating stream restoration outcomes: Evidence from Fawn River (IN)
Joseph A. Morgan, US EPA - ORISE Participant; Jeffrey R. White, Indiana University; Todd V. Royer, Indiana University
 Effects of soil and light on post-wildfire competition between dominant woody species in a pine-oak woodland
Emily M. Booth, University of Texas at Austin; Norma L. Fowler, University of Texas at Austin
 Do happy roots make blue stems? Influence of land use practices on soil microbial communities and their benefits for a widespread prairie plant, Schizachyrium scoparium
Christine M. Carson, University of Missouri; Alice G. Tipton, University of Missouri; Candace Galen, University of Missouri-Columbia
 Artificial reef fish usage compared to natural reef in the Chesapeake Bay
Keith D. Johnson, Stevenson University; Chakyra J. Whittington, Stevenson University; Neill C. Baker, Stevenson University
 Minimizing effort in restoring chaparral shrubs on type-converted slopes
Kimberlyn Williams, California State University, San Bernardino; Jan L. Beyers, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Megan D. Engel, California State University, San Bernardino; Christopher J. McDonald, UC Cooperative Extension
 Prey capture success by established and introduced populations of the Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula)
John J. Hutchens Jr., Coastal Carolina University; James O. Luken, Coastal Carolina University
 The effects of different wellpad reclamation practices on plant community recovery
Caitlin M. Rottler, University of Wyoming; William K. Lauenroth, University of Wyoming; Ingrid C. Burke, University of Wyoming
 Physiological and morphological responses to water stress in seedlings of the Mediterranean species Azara integrifolia grown under different soil fertilization regimes
Javiera Vargas, Universidad de Concepción; Marcela A. Bustamante-Sánchez, Universidad de Concepción; Carolina Hernández, ECOBIOSIS
 Response of Andropogon gerardii to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in the context of phytoremediation
Amy Li, University of Pennsylvania; Lee H. Dietterich, University of Pennsylvania; Brenda Casper, University of Pennsylvania
 The role of soil heterogeneity in the recruitment of new species in restored prairie
Tianjiao Adams, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; Sara G. Baer, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; John M. Blair, Kansas State University; Scott L. Collins, University of New Mexico
 Hydrological restoration and invasive plant control facilitate native plant community recovery in a heavily urbanized Great Lakes coastal wetland complex
David A. Rogers, University of Wisconsin, Parkside; Debbie A. Maurer, Lake County Forest Preserve District; James J. Miner, Illinois State Geological Survey
 Tropical forest restoration: Survivorship, growth, resilience, and ecological services
Debra Hamilton, Instituto Monteverde; Timothy Parshall, Westfield State University; Katherine Johnson, Monteverde Institute; Gregory R. Goldsmith, Paul Scherrer Institute
 Soil characteristics changes in a restored prairie
Felicia P. Armstrong, Youngstown State University
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