COS 87 - Invasion: Invasibility, Stability, And Diversity I

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
E143-144, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Marine invasion rates across the tree of life
Jonathan Belmaker, Tel Aviv University
8:20 AM
 Strangers in a strange land: Evolution alters post-invasion temporal dynamics in experimental communities
Cara A. Faillace, Rutgers University; Peter J. Morin, Rutgers University
8:40 AM
 Biotic resistance as an ecosystem service: Evaluating the effectiveness of predation for limiting the establishment of exotic lizards on island ecosystems
Jocelyn E. Behm, Temple University; Mathew R. Helmus, Temple University; Jacintha Ellers, Vrije Universiteit; Wendy Jesse, Vrije Universiteit
9:00 AM
 Minimum reproductive size of American bullfrogs (Lithobates catesbeianus) in their invaded range: A study from the Willamette Valley, OR
Jenny Urbina, Oregon State University; Evan M. Bredeweg, Oregon State University; Tiffany S. Garcia, Oregon State University; Andrew R. Blaustein, Oregon State University
9:20 AM
 Santa Clara Island, Chile: Stuck in an exotic alternative stable state
Lis Castillo Nelis, Ramboll Environ; Carmen Tubbesing, University of California, Berkeley; Emma Louise Parnwell, Green Willows Farm
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Species niche and fitness differences explain the success and impact of biological invasions: Reconciling Darwin’s naturalization conundrum
Shaopeng Li, Georgia Institute of Technology; Chao Ma, Anhui Agricultural University; Jiaqi Tan, Georgia Institute of Technology; Lin Jiang, Georgia Institute of Technology
10:10 AM
 Untangling multiple drivers of biodiversity-invasibility relationships in Minnesota shallow lake communities
Ranjan Muthukrishnan, Univeristy of Minnesota; Daniel J. Larkin, University of Minnesota
10:30 AM
 Asymmetry of marine invasions across tropical oceans
Mark Torchin, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; Amy L. Freestone, Temple University; Gregory M. Ruiz, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
10:50 AM
 Invasive tunicate restructures invertebrate community on fishing grounds and a large protected area on Georges Bank
Katherine Anne Kaplan, Cornell University; Patrick Sullivan, Cornell University; Deborah Hart, NOAA-Northeast Fisheries Science Cetnter
11:10 AM
 Vulnerability of freshwater native biodiversity to non-native species invasions across the continental United States
Stephanie Panlasigui, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education; Amy J. Davis, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education; Michael Mangiante, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education; John A. Darling, US EPA
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