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Oral Session #51: Invasions: Population and community interactions.
Presiding: T. Stohlgren
Wednesday, August 7. 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM. Graham Meeting Room, TCC.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] MORTENSEN, DAVID*,1, NEESER, CHRISTOPHE2, DILLE, JOHANNA3, 1 The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA2 Alberta Agriculture Food and Rural Developent Crop Diversification Centre, Brooks, Canada3 Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS. The role of density-dependent mortality in weed patch persistence.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Pankey, Joel*,1, Black, R. Alan1, 1 Washington State University, Pullman, WA. Interference as a mechanism of invasion: The effect of 3 non-native Centaurea species on resource availability in a bunchgrass community.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Reever Morghan, Kimberly*,1, 1 University of California, Davis, Davis, CA. Impacts of soil depth and competition with Centaurea solstitialis on Nassella pulchra.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Howe, Katherine*,1, Ogba, Ndiya2, Naeem, Shahid1, Knops, Johannes3, Reich, Peter4, Tilman, David4, 1 University of Washington, Seattle, WA2 Benedict College, Columbia, SC3 University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE4 University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. Complex effects of multiple global change factors on plant invasions in experimental grassland plots.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Seabloom, E*,1, Harpole, W2, Reichman, O3, Tilman, D2, 1 National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Santa Barbara, CA2 University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN3 University of California, Santa Barbara, CA. Resource competition, seed-limitation, and invasion in California grasslands.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Harpole, W. Stanley*,1, Seabloom, Eric2, 1 University of Minnesota, St.Paul, MN2 National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Santa Barbara, CA. Exotic dominance of CA grasslands: don't judge a grassland by its cover.
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[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Rinella, Matthew*,1, Sheley, Roger2, 1 Montana State University, Bozeman, MT2 Montana State University, Bozeman, MT. Developing predictive systems for invasive plant infested rangeland.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] BECKSTEAD, JULIE*,1, PARKER, INGRID1, 1 University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA. Invasiveness of Ammophila arenaria: Release from soil-borne pathogens?
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Batten, Kit*,1, Scow, Kate1, Harrison, Susan2, 1 Department of Land, Air, and Water Resources, Davis, CA2 Department of Environmental Science and Policy, Davis, CA. The role of plant-microbe interactions in invasion of California serpentine grasslands.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] MITCHELL, CHARLES*,1, POWER, ALISON1, 1 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, firstname.lastname@example.org. Escape of pathogens by introduced plant species.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Rogers, William*,1, Siemann, Evan1, 1 Rice University, Houston, Texas. Escaping the "to grow or defend" dilemma of plants: an explanation for the invasive success of an exotic tree species.