COS 39 - Invasion II

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
D135, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Soil phosphorus as a driver of invasion success in the plant species Alliaria petiolata across landscapes in Central Ohio, USA
Laurel J. Anderson, Ohio Wesleyan University; Paige R. Ruppel, Ohio Wesleyan University; Nathan J. Madonich, Ohio Wesleyan University; Marissa A. Witkovsky, Ohio Wesleyan University; Joseph E. Carrara, West Virginia University; Edward R. Brzostek, West Virginia University
8:20 AM
 Possible allelopathic potential of a non-native herb, Foeniculum vulgare
Kyle L. Gunther, California State University, Fullerton; Tilly M. Duong, California State University, Fullerton; Joel K. Abraham, California State University, Fullerton
8:40 AM
 Why is Taeniatherum caput-medusae (medusahead) invasive in North America and not in its native Eurasia?
Tye A. Morgan, USDA/ARS/GBRRU; Matthew R. O'Neil, Universit of Riverside, California; Robert R. Blank, USDA/ARS/GBRRU; Edith B. Allen, University of California, Riverside; Michael F. Allen, University of California Riverside
9:00 AM
 Tritrophic interactions promote chamomile invasion in a biodiversity hotspot
Irfan Rashid, Purdue University; Zafar A. Reshi, University of Kashmir; Manzoor A. Shah, University of Kashmir
9:20 AM
 Altering plant defense hormones increases systemic infection with fungal pathogens in Canada thistle
Amy L. Clark, Colorado State University; Courtney Jahn, Colorado State University; Andrew P. Norton, Colorado State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Persistence of soil legacy effects and the role of secondary invaders in limiting reforestion success following the removal of Cytisus scoparius, a widespread nitrogen-fixing invasive shrub
Sara Grove, University of California, Santa Cruz; Karen A. Haubensak, Northern Arizona University; Ingrid M. Parker, University of California Santa Cruz
10:10 AM
 The macroecology of introduced species: Where and why exotic grasses become established
Brody Sandel, Santa Clara University; Anne-Christine Monnet, Aarhus University
10:30 AM
 Drivers of non-native aquatic species invasions across the continental U.S.:  A macroscale assessment
Amy J.S. Davis, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education; John A. Darling, US EPA
10:50 AM
 The role of fire, simulated grazing, and flooding on wetland plant diversity and invasive plant biomass and growth
Katherine Golden, Oklahoma State University; Craig Davis, Oklahoma State University; Samuel D. Fuhlendorf, Oklahoma State University
11:10 AM
 Control costs and impacts of nonnative conifer invasions in Patagonia: Problems and opportunities
Martin A. Nuñez, INIBIOMA-Universidad Nacional del Comahue, CONICET; Romina D. Dimarco, INTA-CONICET; Yamila Sasal, INIBIOMA-CONICET; Carolina Quintero, INIBIOMA-CONICET; M. Noelia Barrios Garcia, APN-CONICET; Mauro M. Sarasola, INTA; Juan Pablo Diez, INTA; Andres S. Martinez Von Ellrichshausen, INTA-CONICET; Mariano Rodriguez Cabal, INIBIOMA-Universidad Nacional del Comahue, CONICET; Juan Paritsis, INIBIOMA-CONICET
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