COS 143 - Restoration Ecology VI

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B115, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Suggestions for restoration-ready plants from the reference forests around the daejeon metropolitan city in the Republic of Korea
Seon-Mi Lee, National Institute of Ecology; Jae-Gyu Cha, National institute of Ecology; Soo-In Lee, Kongju National University; Da-In Kang, National Institute of Ecology; Tae-Young Choi, National Institute of Ecology; Ho-Gyung Moon, National Institute of Ecology
8:20 AM
 The intact seed dispersal network of Aldabra Atoll and its potential use for the restoration of interactions on islands in the western Indian Ocean
Wilfredo Falcon, University of Zurich; Christopher Kaiser-Bunbury, Technical University of Darmstadt; Nancy Bunbury, Seychelles Islands Foundation; Dennis M. Hansen, University of Zurich
8:40 AM
 AMF inoculation in prairie restoration: AMF spread and impact on plant communities in disturbed native restoration sites
Alice G. Tipton, University of Kansas; Liz Koziol, The Land Institute; Jonathan T. Bauer, Indiana University; Geoffrey L. House, Indiana University; Jacob R. Hopkins, University of Kansas/Kansas Biological Station; Sheena M. A. Parsons, University of Kansas; Peggy A. Schultz, University of Kansas; James D. Bever, University of Kansas; Katherine L. Zaiger, Oklahoma State University
9:20 AM
 Microbial ecology of a sulfolane contaminated subarctic aquifer: Using community data in emerging contaminant site assessments
Christopher P. Kasanke, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Mary Beth Leigh, University of Alaska Fairbanks
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Will large dam removal restore native plant diversity? Trends on the Elwha River, Washington
Cody C. Thomas, Eastern Washington University; Erin S. Cubley, Eastern Washington University; Aaron J. Clausen, Eastern Washington University; Patrick B. Shafroth, US Geological Survey; Rebecca L. Brown, Eastern Washington University
10:10 AM
 Evaluating reintroduction strategies for golden paintbrush (Castilleja levisecta)
R. Adam Martin, Center for Natural Lands Management; Peter W. Dunwiddie, University of Washington
10:30 AM
 Comparison of plant-soil relationships between native salt desert shrub communities and a restored agricultural field
Stephanie M. Freund, University of Nevada, Reno; Shauna M. Uselman, University of Nevada, Reno; Sarrah M. Dunham-Cheatham, University of Nevada, Reno; Elizabeth A. Leger, University of Nevada, Reno; Benjamin W. Sullivan, University of Nevada, Reno
10:50 AM
 Alternative vegetation states persist more than a decade after restoration
Jeffrey D. Corbin, Union College; Anna Doran, Union College; Ashley Rosa, Union College
11:10 AM
 Wet meadow restoration buffers the impact of climate change: Pollinator resilience during the California drought
Jennifer I. VanWyk, CSU Chico; Neal M. Williams, University of California
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