PS 99
Latebreaking: Invasion

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Indirect effects of white-tailed deer on Microstegium vimineum abundance in a post-agricultural woodland
Hannah D. Fairley, Kutztown University; Christopher W. Habeck, Kutztown University
 Quantifying inadvertent invasive plant transport from powerline rights-of-way in New York State
Juliana M. Quant, State University of New York; Christopher A. Nowak, State University of New York; Martin Dovciak, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
 How much invasive pine is changing soil properties in native Cerrado?
Emilia P Braga, University of Brasilia; Guilherme S Sena, University of Brasilia; John D Hay, University of Brasilia
 Effects of invasive European frogbit and its two physical control methods, hand pulling and shading, on macroinvertebrates
Bin Zhu, University of Hartford; James Kopco, North Dakota State University; Lars G. Rudstam, Cornell University
 Pollination in an invaded Hawaiian ecosystem
Christina T. Liang, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Clare E. Aslan, Northern Arizona University; William P. Haines, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Aaron B. Shiels, USDA APHIS, National Wildlife Research Center
 Species-specific responses to roads and urbanization predict invasion of wetlands by non-native plants in the Chicago, Illinois region
Dennis Skultety, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Jeffrey Matthews, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 The role of Allee effects in rapid synchronization of the gypsy moth
Derek M. Johnson, Virginia Commonwealth University; Jonathan A. Walter, Virginia Commonwealth University; Patrick C. Tobin, University of Washington
 On the mismatch between salinity tolerance and preference for an invasive fish: A case for incorporating behavioral data into niche modeling
Diana P. Lopez, Florida International University; Jennifer S. Rehage, Florida International University; Melissa Y. Anderson, Florida International University; Joe Serafy, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
 Effects of emerald ash borer on communities of bark-dwelling and wood-boring arthropods associated with ash trees
David E. Jennings, Vermont Law School; Jian J. Duan, USDA - ARS; Kimberley Rice, Maryland Department of Agriculture; Dick Bean, Maryland Department of Agriculture; Paula M. Shrewsbury, University of Maryland
 Effects of temperature variation on host-parasitoid synchrony: implications for biological control of emerald ash borer
Miles T. Wetherington, USDA - ARS; David E. Jennings, Vermont Law School; Jian J. Duan, USDA - ARS; Paula M. Shrewsbury, University of Maryland
 Invasive and native apple maggot sibling species differ in desiccation resistance
Jennifer L Hill, Western Washington University; Keely A Hausken, Western Washington University; Neal J Shaffer, Western Washington University; Dietmar Schwarz, Western Washington University
 Impacts of an invader omnivore predator on detrital food webs in streams
Cláudia Pascoal, University of Minho; Francisco Carvalho, University of Minho; Fernanda Cássio, University of Minho; Ronaldo G. Sousa, University of Minho
 Is bigger always better? Tadpoles grow larger and faster, but with lower survival when raised with an invasive plant
Kyle Barrett, Clemson University; Joe R. Milanovich, Loyola University Chicago; John A. Crawford, National Great Rivers Research and Education Center
 The effect of invasive species management on post hurricane recovery patterns in a Louisiana bottomland forest
John G. Lambrinos, Oregon State University; Sean Anderson, California State University Channel Islands; Thomas R. Huggins, University of California Los Angeles
 A global estimate of the potential distribution of Sus scrofa: Implications for modeling the distributions of other widespread invasive species
Christopher L. Burdett, Colorado State University; Sarah J. Garza, Colorado State University; Ryan S. MIller, USDA
 Predation, environment and host characteristics influence the probability of infection by an invasive castrating parasite
Alyssa-Lois M Gehman, University of Georgia; Jonathan H. Grabowski, Northeastern University; A. Randall Hughes, Northeastern University; David L. Kimbro, Northeastern University; Michael F. Piehler, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; James E. (Jeb) Byers, University of Georgia
 A comparison of managment methods and restoration treatments for the invasive grass, Ehrharta erecta
Courtenay A. Ray, University of California, Santa Cruz; Ingrid M. Parker, University of California Santa Cruz; Anna Godinho, University of California Santa Cruz; Nicole E. Hanson, University of Idaho
 The effect of site characteristics on the reproductive output of lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria)
Justin P Kermack, Cleveland State University; Emily Rauschert, Cleveland State University
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