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Session #21: Current status of knowledge on invasive species: Theory and practice. Organized by: R. C. Anderson and W. R. Perry.
Thursday, August 9, 2001. Madison Ballroom B
8:00 AM Anderson, Roger1, 1 Introduction.
8:05 AM Lodge, David1, 1 Progress in invasion biology: understanding the occurrence and impact of nonindigenous species.
8:30 AM KOLAR, CINDY1, LODGE, DAVID1, 1 Is the past the key to the future? Predicting future Great Lakes fish invaders.
8:50 AM Kaufman, Sylvan1, Bazzaz, Fakhri1, 1 What species and community information can be used to predict the outcome of invasion on communities?
9:10 AM Mack, Richard1, 1 Predicting communities vulnerable to plant invasions.
9:30 AM Perry, William1, Lodge, David 2, Feder, Jeffrey2, Dwyer , Greg3, 1 2 3 The ecology and genetics of invasions: a case study of the invasion of the rusty crayfish, Orconectes rusticus .
9:45 AM Brown, Cynthia1, Fargione, Joseph1, Tilman, David1, 1 Species diversity, resource competition and community invasibility: a Minnesota grassland experiment.
10:05 AM Break.
10:20 AM Davis, Mark1, Pelsor, Melissa1, 1 Fluctuating Resources Lead to Predictable Changes in Competition and Invasibility.
10:35 AM Magnuson, John1, 1 Invasion of inland lakes of the northern Midwest.
10:55 AM Hiebert, Ron1, 1 Prioritizing plant: the alien plant ranking system.
11:15 AM Packard, Stephen1, White, Rickie1, 1 Protecting biodiversity from invasive species in a large metropolitan area.
11:30 AM Rendall, William (Jay)1, 1 Regulations to Limit Introduction and Spread of Invasive Species: Past, Present, and Future.
11:45 AM Anderson, Roger 1, 1 Summary and Overview.