COS 186 - Invasion: Prevention And Management

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
E142, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Seedling recruitment of native Atriplex polycarpa (Chenopodiaceae) shrubs in invasive grass dominated areas of the San Joaquin Valley, California
Mitchell Coleman, California State University, Bakersfield; R. Brandon Pratt, California State University, Bakersfield; C. Ellery Mayence, Tejon Ranch Conservancy; Mike White, Tejon Ranch Conservancy
8:20 AM
 National scale surveillance for an exotic amphibian disease threat, Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans Bsal
Daniel A. Grear, USGS; J. Hardin Waddle, U.S. Geological Survey; Jeffery Lorch, USGS; Michael Adams, USGS; Neil Baertlein, USGS; William J. Barichivich, U.S. Geological Survey; Daniel Calhoun, USGS; Robert N. Fisher, U. S. Department of the Interior; Evan H. Campbell Grant, US Geological Survey; Brian J. Halstead, USGS; Blake Hossack, USGS; Patrick Kleeman, USGS; Erin Muths, USGS Fort Collins Science Center; Iga Stasiak, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources; Susan C. Walls, U.S. Geological Survey; C. LeAnn White, USGS; Megan Winzeler, USGS
8:40 AM
 Economic costs of invasive plant managment in Florida's natural areas
Drew T. Hiatt, University of Florida; Kristina Serbesoff-King, The Nature Conservancy; Deah Lieurance, Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants; Doria R. Gordon, Environmental Defense Fund; Tom Reno, University of Florida; S. Luke Flory, University of Florida
9:00 AM
 Impact of native species seeding, herbicides, and fungicides in perennial grass establishment in Bromus tectorum infested habitats
Krista Ehlert, Trinity College; Jane Mangold, Montana State University; Fabian Menalled, Montana State University
9:20 AM
 Herbivory by a leaf-cutter ant as a possible control of exotic Pinaceae invasion in Patagonia, Argentina
Romina D. Dimarco, INTA-CONICET; Daniela Nassini, CNEA-CONICET, Bariloche, Argentina; Alejandro G. Farji-Brener, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Laboratorio Ecotono; Juan C. Corley, Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria; Martin A. Nuñez, INIBIOMA-Universidad Nacional del Comahue, CONICET
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 The light at the end of the funnel? Using light-based traps for the detection and collection of a nearshore aquatic invasive invertebrate, Hemimysis anomala
Meghan E. Brown, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; Brent T. Boscarino, Poughkeepsie Day School; Jamila Roth, Skidmore College; Bruce Smith, Ithaca College
10:10 AM
 Mitigating priority effects of invasive plants during revegetation by altering native grass seeding date
Audrey J. Harvey, Montana State University; Jane Mangold, Montana State University; Stacy Davis, Montana State University
10:30 AM
 Understanding the effects of herbicide application on hoary alyssum (Berteroa incana L.) seed biology
Uriel D. Menalled, Montana State University; Stacy Davis, Montana State University; Jane Mangold, Montana State University
10:50 AM
 Network connectivity as a means for prioritizing the control of invasive species
Kirk A. Moloney, Iowa State University; George L. W. Perry, University of Auckland; Thomas Etherington, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
11:10 AM
 Predicting the impact of non-native specialist insects feeding on North American host plants
Angela M. Mech, University of Washington; Travis D. Marsico, Arkansas State University; Kathryn A. Thomas, US Geological Survey; Daniel A. Herms, The Ohio State University / OARDC; Patrick C. Tobin, University of Washington
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