COS 72 - Invasion: Prevention And Management

Thursday, August 11, 2016: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Floridian Blrm A, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Forecasting United States forest invaders: A general predictive model for pest spread
Emma J. Hudgins, Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science; Brian Leung, McGill University; Andrew M. Liebhold, USDA Forest Service
8:20 AM
 Near-infrared spectroscopy: A non-destructive method for detection of emerald ash borer in white ash stem tissue
Kaelyn Finley, Michigan State University; Sophan Chhin, Michigan State University; Pascal Nzokou, Michigan State University; Joseph O'Brien, U.S. Forest Service
8:40 AM
 From pet to pest? The potential global range and food web effects of a generalist carnivore
Hannah R. Bevan, University of Central Florida; David G. Jenkins, University of Central Florida; Todd S. Campbell, University of Tampa
9:00 AM
 A hidden Markov random field approach for control prioritization based on noisy observations
Mathieu Bonneau, University of Florida; Julien Martin, US Geological Survey; Christina M. Romagosa, University of Florida; Fred Johnson, US Geological Survey
9:20 AM Cancelled
 Determinants of biotic resistance to invasion in plant community reassembly
Chaeho Byun, Seoul National University; Eun Ju Lee, Seoul National University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Does temperature and Bromus tectorum ecotype impact the effectiveness of Pyrenophora semeniperda, a potential biocontrol agent?
Alexandra M. Thornton, Montana State University; Krista Ehlert, Montana State University; Fabian Menalled, Montana State University
10:10 AM
 Projecting invasive species distributions as defined by the net reproductive rate
Christopher Jerde, University of Nevada Reno; Tom Dilts, University of Nevada-Reno; Clinton J. Davis, University of Nevada, Reno; Sudeep Chandra, University of Nevada, Reno
10:30 AM
 Year 1 post-restoration assessment of Great Lakes coastal sedge meadow recovery
Eli L. Polzer, The College at Brockport- SUNY; Douglas A. Wilcox, The College at Brockport- SUNY; Kathryn L. Amatangelo, The College of Brockport- SUNY
10:50 AM
 Solidago gigantea population growth and management efficacy
Emily S. J. Rauschert, Cleveland State University; Robert W. Pal, Montana Tech of the University of Montana
11:10 AM
 Does GPS technology help refine our understanding of invasive Burmese python spatial ecology?
Brian J. Smith, University of Florida; Christina M. Romagosa, University of Florida; Frank J. Mazzotti, University of Florida; Mathieu Basille, University of Florida; Kristen M. Hart, U.S. Geological Survey
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