PS 68
Invasion: Ecosystem Processes

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Changes in nitrogen cycling resulting from simulated emerald ash borer mortality in black ash wetlands of northern Michigan
Joshua Davis, Michigan Technological University; Matthew J. Van Grinsven, Northern Michigan Univeristy; Nicholas Bolton, Michigan Technological University; Joseph Shannon, Michigan Technological University; Randall K. Kolka, USDA Forest Service; Joseph Wagenbrenner, Michigan Technological University; Thomas G. Pypker, Thompson Rivers University
 Parsing propagule pressure: The effects of multiple aspects of propagule pressure on the success of an invasive species
Ciara L. Hovis, The Pennsylvania State University; Joseph A. Keller, The Pennsylvania State University; Brittany J. Teller, Utah State University; Ruth A. Hufbauer, Colorado State University; Katriona Shea, The Pennsylvania State University
 Photosynthetic responses of two dominant grasses and an encroaching vine in serpentine barrens of southeastern Pennsylvania
Nicole A. Havrilchak, West Chester University; Jessica L. Schedlbauer, West Chester University
 The effects of feral swine (Sus scrofa) bioturbation on belowground processes in Florida subtropical prairie
John C. Garrett, Archbold Biological Station; Elizabeth Hermanson Boughton, Archbold Biological Station; Nuria Gomez-Casanovas, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Julia H. Maki, University of Florida; Vi Bui, University of Western Ontario
 Community and ecosystem effects of simulated and actual emerald ash borer outbreaks in ash-dominated forests
Rebecca L. Bernacki, SUNY Brockport; Mark D. Norris, Stevenson University; Samantha M. Paulus, Stevenson University
 Confirming soil phosphorus as an important driver of invasive garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) success
Marissa A. Witkovsky, Ohio Wesleyan University; Laurel J. Anderson, Ohio Wesleyan University
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