COS 15 - Invasion: Community Effects

Monday, August 7, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
D137, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Variable effects of Arundo donax and prolonged drought on carnivore occupancy in southern California riparian ecosystems
Molly Hardesty-Moore, University of California, Santa Barbara; Douglas J. McCauley, University of California at Santa Barbara
1:50 PM
 Long-term record of Argentine ant invasions reveals enduring ecological impacts
Sean B. Menke, Lake Forest College; Philip S. Ward, University of California Davis; David A. Holway, University of California, San Diego
2:30 PM
 Individual to community level responses to invasion: From herbivores to predators
Elizabeth Roberson, Wright State University; Don Cipollini, Wright State University
2:50 PM
 Riparian forest invasion by the non-native shrub Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) influences the biology of headwater streams
Ryan W. McEwan, The University of Dayton; Kevin W. Custer, University of Dayton; Margaret Maloney, University of Dayton; Eric Borth, University of Dayton
3:10 PM
3:40 PM
 Invasional meltdown in northern lakes: Common carp invasion favors non-native plant species
Daniel J. Larkin, University of Minnesota; Marcus W. Beck, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Przemek G. Bajer, University of Minnesota
4:00 PM
 Invertebrate community recovery is mediated by active restoration after removal of an invasive ecosystem engineer
R.D. Wigginton, University of California Davis; Whitney Thornton, San Francisco State University; Edwin D. Grosholz, University of California
4:20 PM
 Ecological impact of cheatgrass at home and away
Robert W. Pal, Montana Tech of the University of Montana; David U. Nagy, University of Pecs, Faculty of Sciences
4:40 PM
 Invasive plant litter and road salt interact to facilitate invasive amphibians
Devin DiGiacopo, Binghamton University; Jared A. Jaeger, Binghamton University; Sean Ryan, Binghamton University; George A. Meindl, Binghamton University; Jessica Hua, Binghamton University
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