COS 34 - Restoration Ecology II

Tuesday, August 9, 2016: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
Palm A, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Effects of longwall coal mining and restoration activities on aquatic macroinvertebrate communities
Alison Hale, University of Pittsburgh; Kaitlin Piper, University of Pittsburgh; Grace Noble, University of Pittsburgh; Keith Garmire, University of Pittsburgh; Stephen J. Tonsor, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
1:50 PM
 Do novel ecosystems provide habitat value for wildlife? Revisiting the structure vs composition debate
Patricia L. Kennedy, Oregon State University; Joseph B. Fontaine, Murdoch University; Richard J. Hobbs, The University of Western Australia; Tracey Johnson, Western EcoSystems Technology, Inc.; Rafeena Boyle, Murdoch University; Andrea S. Lueders, None
2:10 PM
 Canterbury Waterway Rehabilitation Experiment (CAREX): Combining ecological theory and ecosystem services to restore function in agricultural waterways
Catherine M. Febria, University of Canterbury; Angus R. McIntosh, University of Canterbury; Jon S. Harding, University of Canterbury
2:30 PM
 Non-linear impacts of succession on survival and growth of naturally-recruited tree seedlings during tropical forest restoration
T. Trevor Caughlin, University of Florida; Marinés De la Peña, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 The use of shrubs as a tool for re-establishing native annuals to an invaded arid shrub land
Amanda Liczner, York University; Alessandro Filazzola, York University; Christopher Lortie, York University
3:40 PM
 Life after reclamation: Quantifying ecological recovery of wellsites in Alberta’s native grasslands and forested lands
Anne C.S. McIntosh, University of Alberta; Dan R. Farr, Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute; Arnold Janz, Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Agency
4:00 PM
 Willingness to pay for restoration of ecosystem services in Australia
Virginia Matzek, Santa Clara University; Kerrie A. Wilson, University of Queensland; Marit Kragt, University of Western Australia
4:40 PM
 River tributary delta dynamics, form, and function on the Trinity River, California: Structure from Motion (SfM) photogrammetry and Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) reveal more than traditional aerial photography
Eric B. Peterson, Trinity River Restoration Program; Robert L. Stewart, Trinity River Restoration Program; Jedediah D. Lewis, Trinity River Restoration Program
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