COS 129
Restoration Ecology III

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
343, Baltimore Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Factors affecting survival, flowering and population growth for a moth pollinated prairie orchid
Timothy J. Bell, Chicago State University; Marlin L. Bowles, The Morton Arboretum; Lawrence W. Zettler, Illinois College
1:50 PM
 Restoration barriers of novel grassland ecosystems in southeastern Australia
Tara J. Zamin, Monash University; Alex Jolly, University of Melbourne; Steve J. Sinclair, Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning; Joslin L. Moore, Monash University
2:10 PM
 Recovering from co-extirpation: The challenge of restoring an ecologically relevant host-affiliate relationship
Heather S. Galbraith, USGS - Leetown Science Center; Carrie J. Blakeslee, USGS - Leetown Science Center; Julie L. Devers, USFWS; Steve Minkkinen, USFWS
2:30 PM
 Remediating the microbial legacy effects of invasive grasses for restoration
Brooke Pickett, UC Riverside; Irina Irvine, National Park Service; Emma L. Aronson, UC Riverside
2:50 PM
 Changes in plant communities and nitrogen cycling in riparian zones along a chronosequence of restored streams in northern Sweden
Eliza Maher Hasselquist, Umeå University; Christer Nilsson, Umeå University; Niles J. Hasselquist, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Joakim Hjältén, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Dolly Jørgensen, Umeå University; Lovisa Lind, Umeå University; Lina E. Polvi, Umeå University; Jed P. Sparks, Cornell University
3:10 PM
4:00 PM
 Soil and litter legacy effects of the Lake Erie invasive flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus)
Alyssa K. Dietz, Bowling Green State University; Helen J. Michaels, Bowling Green State University
4:20 PM
 Comparing drought response in two riparian species Platanus occidentalis L. (American sycamore) and Salix nigra Marshall (black willow) for use in riparian restoration
Joshua F. Hashemi, Kennesaw State Universtiy; Eric Duncan, Kennesaw State Universtiy; Chelsea A. Harris, Kennesaw State Universtiy; Reuben Hilliard, Kennesaw State Universtiy; Paula C. Jackson, Kennesaw State Universtiy
4:40 PM
 Orange is the new green: Accelerating tropical forest regeneration in Costa Rica using citrus waste
Jonathan J. Choi, Princeton University; Timothy L. H. Treuer, Princeton University; Daniel P. Aviles, University of Minnesota; Guillermo Funes, Universidad de El Salvador; Joseph Rowlett, Field Museum of Natural History; Laura C. Shanks, Beloit College; Bonnie Waring, University of Minnesota; Leland Werden, University of Minnesota; Jennifer S. Powers, University of Minnesota; David S. Wilcove, Princeton University; Winnie Hallwachs, University of Pennsylvania; Daniel H. Janzen, University of Pennsylvania
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