COS 33 - Invasion

Tuesday, August 9, 2016: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
209/210, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
1:30 PM
 The role of international trade in non-avian terrestrial vertebrate invasions
Sally E Street, University of Hull; William L Allen, University of Hull; Isabella Capellini, University of Hull
2:10 PM
 Predicting the invasion potential of alien ornamental plant species under simulated climate warming
Emily S. Haeuser, University of Konstanz; Wayne Dawson, Durham University; Mark van Kleunen, University of Konstanz
2:30 PM
 Examining spatio-temporal patterns of functional diversity to deconstruct Darwin's naturalization conundrum
Sara E. Campbell, University of Toronto; Nicholas E. Mandrak, University of Toronto
2:50 PM
 The influence of evolution and plasticity on the behavior of an invasive crayfish
Lindsey Sargent Reisinger, Central Michigan University; David M. Lodge, University of Notre Dame
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Hydrologic variation drives dynamics of invasive aquatic plant spread at three spatial scales in a managed river
Meghan J. Skaer Thomason, Dept. of Plant Sciences MS-4, University of California Davis; Brenda J. Grewell, Dept. of Plant Sciences MS-4, University of California Davis; Michael D. Netherland, University of Florida Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
3:40 PM
 Traits related to biological invasion: A comparative analysis of plants and insects
Lisa E. Emiljanowicz, University of Guelph; Heather A. Hager, University of Guelph; Jonathan A. Newman, University of Guelph
4:00 PM
 Context-dependency and the effects of species diversity on ecosystem
Huixuan Liao, Sun Yat-sen University; Wenbo Luo, The Northeast Normal University; Robert Pal, Montana Tech of the University of Montana; Ragan M. Callaway, The University of Montana; Shaolin Peng, Sun Yat-sen University
4:20 PM
 Effects of plant invasion on native species performance outweigh water limitation
James Estrada, University of Florida; Deah Lieurance, Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants; S. Luke Flory, University of Florida
4:40 PM
 Midwestern deciduous forest layer vegetation growth responses following emerald ash borer (Agrilus planipennis)-caused tree mortality and their repercussions for future forest composition
Brian M. Hoven, Miami University; David L. Gorchov, Miami University; Kathleen S. Knight, USDA Forest Service; Valerie E. Peters, Eastern Kentucky University
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