PS 12 - Invasion: Dynamics, Population Processes

Monday, August 7, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Relating soil fertility and plant competition to Rhamnus cathartica L. (common buckthorn) invasion success
Julia L. York, The College at Brockport State University of New York; Mark D. Norris, Stevenson University
 The influence of time since introduction on the population growth of introduced species and consequences for management
Hiroyuki Yokomizo, National Institute for Environmental Studies; Takenori Takada, Hokkaido University; Keiichi Fukaya, Hokkaido University; John G. Lambrinos, Oregon State University
 How site characteristics affect the reproductive output of lesser celandine (Ranunculus ficaria)
Justin P Kermack, Cleveland State University; Emily S. J. Rauschert, Cleveland State University
 Do biotic or abiotic factors influence long-term dynamics of the invasive grass, Ventenata dubia, in a semi-arid ecosystem?
Rachael Hamby, Eastern Washington University; Jarrett Cellini, Eastern Washington University; Rebecca L. Brown, Eastern Washington University
 Can’t stand the heat? Stage-specific responses to heat stress in the invasive gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar L.)
Hannah Byrne, Virginia Commonwealth University; Madison Glackin, Virginia Commonwealth University; Nana Banahene, University of Richmond; Salem Salem, University of Richmond; Trevor M. Faske, Virginia Commonwealth University; Lily M. Thompson, University of Richmond; Andrew J. Eckert, Virginia Commonwealth University; Salvatore Agosta, Virginia Commonwealth University; Kristine L. Grayson, University of Richmond
 Population dynamics of an invasive plant: Comparing predictions of four demographic models
Ashley Green, University of Texas at Austin; Norma Fowler, University of Texas at Austin; Jessica Gurevitch, Stony Brook University
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