COS 114 - Invasion: Invasibility, Stability, And Diversity II

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
E143-144, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Widespread invasion can have low biodiversity impacts
Courtenay A. Ray, Iowa State University; Anna Godinho, University of California Santa Cruz; Nicole E. Hanson, University of Idaho; Ingrid M. Parker, University of California Santa Cruz
1:50 PM
 Quantifying the strength of coexistence in experimental metacommunities with different dispersal rates
Lauren G. Shoemaker, University of Colorado; Jeremy W. Fox, University of Calgary; Geoffrey Legault, University of Colorado at Boulder; Brett A. Melbourne, University of Colorado at Boulder
2:10 PM
 Restoring grasslands to resist invasion: A shared role for land-use history and restored diversity and dominance
Tyler Bassett, Michigan State University; Emily Grman, Eastern Michigan University; Chad R. Zirbel, Michigan State University; Lars A. Brudvig, Michigan State University
2:30 PM
 Invasive plant species exhibit chemically novel foliar metabolomes compared to native plants in eastern North America
Brian E. Sedio, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; John D. Parker, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; S. Joseph Wright, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
2:50 PM
 Does dispersal ability or predation limit species' spread from docks to surrounding habitats?
Whitney E McClees, Portland State University; Catherine E. de Rivera, Portland State University; Gregory M. Ruiz, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Prey palatability influences predation on native versus non-native ascidians on docks but not benthic habitat
Erin S Kincaid, Portland State University; Catherine E. de Rivera, Portland State University
3:40 PM
 Biocrusts and grass germination: What do awns have to do with it?
Cheryl L. McIntyre, National Park Service; Steve R. Archer, University of Arizona; Jayne Belnap, U.S. Geological Survey
4:00 PM
 Biotic and abiotic factors predicting the global distribution and population density of an invasive large mammal
Jesse S Lewis, Conservation Science Partners; Matt L Farnsworth, NA; Christopher L. Burdett, Colorado State University; David M. Theobald, Conservation Science Partners, Inc.; Miranda Gray, Conservation Science Partners; Ryan S. MIller, USDA
4:20 PM
 Sun-loving shrubs invade the forest understory: A complex interaction of traits, phenology, and fungi
Jeffrey K. Lake, Adrian College; Olivia Herrera, Adrian College; Derek Gavelis, Adrian College; Ashley Klett, Adrian College; Matthew Konieczki, Adrian College
4:40 PM
 A simple nonnative plant indicator (NNPI) for describing ecological stress: Application to wetlands of the conterminous United States
Teresa K. Magee, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Karen A. Blocksom, US Environmental Protection Agency; Alan T. Herlihy, Oregon State University
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