PS 80 - Latebreaking: Invasion

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Three-way interaction between a biological control insect, a native congener and their shared parasitoid: Evidence of biotic resistance
Melissa C. Smith, USDA-ARS; Carey R. Minteer, University of Florida; Philip W. Tipping, USDA-ARS; Karen Rice, USDA-ARS; Alissa Berro, USDA-ARS; Ellen C. Lake, USDA-ARS
 Biochars sorb many allelochemicals: Results from a range of allelopathic invasive plants
Sean C. Thomas, University of Toronto; Jillian Bieser, University of Toronto; Leeladarshini Sujeeun, University of Toronto; Maria Al-Zayat, University of Toronto; Jad Murtada, University of Toronto
 Hibiscadelphus giffardianus response to invasive rat management in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park
Nathan S Gill, USGS; Stephanie G. Yelenik, U.S. Geological Survey; Paul C. Banko, U.S. Geological Survey
 Vegetation dynamics in rapidly declining Louisiana coastal wetlands: The role of cosmopolitan reed grass Phragmites australis
Christina Birnbaum, Murdoch University; Pawel Waryszak, Murdoch University; Emily C. Farrer, Tulane University
 Effects of an invasive grass on fire intensity
Whalen W. Dillon, University of Florida; Drew T. Hiatt, University of Florida; Michael C. Dietze, Boston University; Brian F. Allan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; S. Luke Flory, University of Florida
 A statewide assessment of awareness of Juniperus virginiana invasion and management in Nebraska
Brittany E. Dueker, University of Nebraska; Dirac Twidwell, University of Nebraska; Allison Zach, University of Nebraska; Craig R. Allen, University of Nebraska
 Can pesticide tolerance favor invasive species? An example using marine crabs
Aaren Freeman, Adelphi University; Alexandra Henaghan, Adelphi University; Himlir Louima, Adelphi University; Vanesa Martinez, Adelphi University; Erin Taub, Adelphi University
 Impact of invasive dog-strangling vine on urban plant-pollinator networks
Adriano Nicola Roberto, University of Toronto- Scarborough; J. Scott MacIvor, University of Toronto Scarborough; Thomas M. Onuferko, York University; Marc W. Cadotte, University of Toronto
 Non-native fish occurrence and biomass in Western Palearctic waterbodies in relation to abiotic and biotic predictors
Carolina Trochine, INIBIOMA, CONICET-Universidad Nacional del Comahue; Sandra Brucet, BETA Tecnio Centre, University of Vic, Central University of Catalonia; Christine Argillier, Irstea, UR RECOVER; Ignasi Arranz, BETA Tecnio Centre, University of Vic, Central University of Catalonia; Meryem Beklioglu, Middle East Technical University; Lluís Benejam, BETA Tecnio Centre, University of Vic, Central University of Catalonia; Teresa Ferreira, University of Lisbon, Instituto Superior de Agronomia; Trygve Hesthagen, Norwegian Institute for Nature Reasearch; Kerstin Holmgren, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Erik Jeppesen, Aarhus University; Fiona Kelly, Inland Fisheries Ireland; Teet Krause, Centre for Limnology, IEAS, Estonian University of Life Sciences; Martti Rask, Natural Resources Institute Finland; Pietro Volta, National Research Council, Institute of Ecosystem Study; Ian J. Winfield, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology; Thomas Mehner, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
 Fire antics: Factors influencing fire ant abundance in longleaf pine
Angelina M. Haines, Auburn University; Robert Gitzen, Auburn University; Christopher A Lepczyk, Auburn University; Theron M. Terhune, Tall Timbers Research Station
 Demographic and selective factors influencing the range expansion of the agricultural weed Palmer amaranth (Amaranthus palmeri) in Ohio
Michael Reagon, The Ohio State University, Lima; Jasmine Hart, The Ohio State University; Mark Loux, The Ohio State University
 Herbicide sensitivity, hybrid zones, genetic diversity, and selection in invasive Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum)
Taylor A. Zallek, Michigan Technological University; Casey J Huckins, Michigan Technological University; Amy M. Marcarelli, Michigan Technological University; Colin Brooks, Michigan Technological University; Erika I. Hersch-Green, Michigan Technical University
 Evaluating confidence in eDNA results: A case study detecting an invasive amphibian
Emily A. Wilson, UCSB; Tom L. Dudley, University of California, Santa Barbara; Cheryl J. Briggs, UC Santa Barbara; Edward L. Ervin, Merkel & Associates Inc.
 Competition for invasion: Seeds arriving into an oldfield site through perching birds do not mirror the abundance of the fruits available in the landscape
Laurie S. Eberhardt, Valparaiso University; Sylas Buller, Valparaiso University; Kathleen Hebble, Valparaiso University; Chloe Lash, Valparaiso University
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