COS 111
Restoration Ecology II

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
344, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 When landscape corridors restore plant dispersal relative to unfragmented landsapes
John D. Herrmann, University of Kiel; Lars A. Brudvig, Michigan State University; Tomás A. Carlo, Penn State University; Ellen I. Damschen, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Nick M. Haddad, North Carolina State University; Douglas J. Levey, National Science Foundation; John L. Orrock, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Joshua J. Tewksbury, Future Earth
8:40 AM
 What are reasons for the failure of natural regeneration of Pinus densiflora for the last decade in Mt. Gariwang, Central East of Korea?
Go Eun Park, Korea Forest Research Institute; Byung Bae Park, Chungnam National University,College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Jong Hwan Lim, Korea Forest Research Institute; Joo Han Sung, Korea Forest Research Institute
9:00 AM
 Effects of legacy sediment removal on hydrology and biogeochemistry in a low order stream in Pennsylvania, USA
Paul Mayer, USEPA, National Health and Environmental Research Laboratory; Michelle Audie, Oregon State University; J. Renée Brooks, US EPA; Kenneth J. Forshay, United States Environmental Protection Agency; Jeffrey Hartranft, Pennsylvania Dept of Environmental Protection; Dorothy Merritts, Franklin and Marshall College; Robert Walter, Franklin and Marshall College; Julie N. Weitzman, Pennsylvania State University
9:20 AM
 Reciprocal vegetation-flow feedbacks driving early-stage landscape evolution in a restored wet meadow
Danielle L Watts, University of California Berkeley; Laurel L. Larsen, UC Berkeley; Aayush Khurana, UC Berkeley; Dorothy Merritts, Franklin and Marshall College
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Biotic and abiotic soil amendments in prairie restorations: arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and biochar
Geoffrey L. House, Indiana University; James D. Bever, Indiana University
10:10 AM
 Predicting when seed dispersal matters for scaling up reforestation from sites to landscapes
T. Trevor Caughlin, University of Florida; Jeremy W. Lichstein, University of Florida; Stephen Elliott, Chiang Mai University
10:30 AM
 Mining-caused changes to habitat structure affect amphibian and reptile population ecology more than metal pollution
Kiyoshi Sasaki, Laurentian University; Glen Watson, Vale; David Lesbarréres, Laurentian University; Jacqueline Litzgus, Laurentian University
10:50 AM
 The use of phenology and plant morphological traits to reassemble invaded plant communities
Bridget E. Hilbig, University of California, Riverside; Edith B. Allen, University of California, Riverside
11:10 AM
 Seed bank dynamics under Rhododendron maximum: Implications for restoration of southern Appalachian forests
Tristan M. Cofer, University of Texas at San Antonio; Katherine J. Elliott, Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory; Janis K. Bush, University of Texas at San Antonio; Chelcy Ford Miniat, Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory
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