PS 11 - Invasion

Monday, August 7, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Current status of invasive insect species in Korea - Focused on the field works on Hemiptera
Dong Eon Kim, National Institute of Ecolog; Hae-Ryong Song, National Institute of Ecology; Do-Hun Lee, National Institute of Ecology; Heejo Lee, National Institute of Ecology; Mi Jeong Kim, National Institute of Ecology; Eun-Jin Park, National Institute of Ecology
 Tracking a tree killer: White pine blister rust in the southern Sierras 1995-2017
Jennifer E. Cribbs, USGS Western Ecological Research Station; Joan Dudney, University of California at Berkeley; John J. Battles, University of California, Berkeley; Adrian Das, USGS Western Ecological Research Center; Jonathan Nesmith, National Park Service
 Microbial community shifts in exotic versus native grassland communities
Aleksandra Checinska Sielaff, Iowa State Unviersity; Kirsten S. Hofmockel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; H. Wayne Polley, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Brian J. Wilsey, Iowa State University
 How abiotic and biotic factors shape the coexistence of invasive species
Katherine Carbajal, Texas A&M University; Yovana Marinkovic, Texas A&M University; Hsiao-Hsuan Wang, Texas A&M University; Tomasz E. Koralewski, Texas A&M University; William E. Grant, Texas A&M University
 Repeat burning, grazing and cheatgrass in ponderosa pine stands: What drives invasion extent?
Becky K. Kerns, USFS, Pacific Northwest Research Station; Michelle A. Day, Oregon State University
 Predicting context-dependent colonization of microbes in the human gut
Firas S Midani, Duke University; Lawrence A David, Duke University
 Nutrient release and grazing effects of two exotic Thiaridae species and their interaction of resources competition in freshwater mesocosms
Hector Esparra-Escalera, University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez; Carlos J. Santos-Flores, University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
 The effect of patchiness on the establishment of medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusa), an invasive annual grass
Julea A. Shaw, University of California, Davis; Leslie M. Roche, University of California Davis; Elise S. Gornish, University of California, Davis
 Introduced game birds as seed dispersers in Hawaiian forests
Samuel B. Case, University of Wyoming; Jinelle H. Sperry, Engineer Research and Development Center; Corey E. Tarwater, University of Wyoming
 Range expansion of alien lizards, Anolis carolinensis, on Anijima Island, Japan
Takahiro Niwa, Yokohama National University; Kousuke Akita, Japan Wildlife Research Center; Mitsuhiko Toda, Japan Wildlife Research Center; Fumito Koike, Yokohama National University
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