Poster Session 35: Restoration Ecology.
Thursday, August 5 Presentations from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM, Exhibit Hall A 1.
Poster # 48. Vadeboncoeur, Matthew*,1, 1 Brown University, Providence, RI A landscape-based GIS model to prioritize land in the conservation of a rare species.
Poster # 49. HALAJ, JURAJ1, MAYRHOFER, MARIA*,2, MANUWAL, DAVID*,2, 1 Cascadien, Inc., Corvallis, OR2 University of Washington, Seattle, WA Effects of green-tree retention on the availability of arthropod prey to bark-gleaning birds: Assessment from a large-scale field experiment.
Poster # 50. Brown, Tracey *,1, Montagne, Jean Pierre2, Alberts, Allison2, 1 California State University, San Marcos, San Marcos, CA, USA2 Applied Conservation, San Diego, CA, USA Ecological responses by San Diego coast horned lizards Phrynosoma coronatum blainvillei to habitat restoration efforts.
Poster # 51. Rowland, Mary*,1, Wisdom, Michael1, Suring, Lowell2, Meinke, Cara3, 1 U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, La Grande, OR, USA2 U.S. Forest Service, Terrestrial Wildlife Ecology Unit, Boise, ID, USA3 U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Discipline, Boise, ID, USA Greater sage-grouse: An effective umbrella species?
Poster # 52. Cooper, Leigh*,1, VanNingen, AmberBeth1, Shea, Kathleen1, 1 St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, USA Early tree growth patterns in a conifer restoration.
Poster # 53. Symstad, Amy*,1, Licht, Dan2, 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Keystone, SD, USA2 National Park Service, Keystone, SD, USA Initial steps in developing a long-term vegetation monitoring plan for northern Great Plains national parks.
Poster # 54. Pellant, Mike 1, Pyke, Dave2, Shaw, Nancy 3, Nowak, Bob4, McIver, Jim4, 1 Bureau of Land Management, Boise, ID2 USGS, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, Corvallis, OR3 USFS, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Boise, ID4 University of Nevada Reno, Reno, NV Linking science and management to accomplish restoration in the Great Basin Desert.
Poster # 55. Busso, Carlos *,1, 2, Perryman, Barry1, Glimp, Hudson1, 1 University of Nevada, Reno, NV, USA2 Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Resource allocation and seed production-growth parameters relationships in four native perennial grasses of Nevada.
Poster # 56. Perry, Laura*,1, Paschke, Mark2, Vivanco, Jorge1, 1 Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Fort Collins, CO, USA2 Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Watershed Stewardship, Fort Collins, CO, USA Identification of North American plants that are relatively insensitive to the Centaurea maculosa allelochemical (-)-catechin.
Poster # 57. Pavlik, Bruce1, Leger, Elizabeth*,2, 1 Mills College, Oakland, CA2 University of California, Davis, CA Responses of vernal pool margin and grassland species to mowing and phytomass removal.
Poster # 58. Priest, Anne*,1, Epstein, Howard1, 1 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia Effect of management techniques and plant-available nitrogen on the restoration of native grasses in Virginia.
Poster # 59. Eckberg, James1, Bockman, Elizabeth1, Kittelson, Pamela1, 1 Gustavus Adolphus College, St Peter, MN Effects of nitrate additions on Melilotus officinalis.
Poster # 60. Brudvig, Lars*,1, Asbjornsen, Heidi1, 1 Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA Ecological restoration of tall grass oak savanna establishes mosaics of trees and herbaceous vegetation.
Poster # 61. Karnitz, Holly*,1, Asbjornsen, Heidi1, 1 Iowa State University, Ames, IA Dendroecology of a degraded tallgrass oak savanna in central Iowa, USA.
Poster # 62. BUISSON, Elise1, CORCKET, Emmanuel2, DUTOIT, Thierry3, ANDERSON, Sean4, HOLL, Karen5, 1 IMEP- Mediterranean Institute of Ecology and Paleoecology, Marseille, France2 UMR INRA BIOECO, BIOdiversité, Gènes, ECOsystèmes, Talence, France3 Université d’Avignon, Avignon, France4 Center for Conservation Biology, Stanford, CA, USA5 Department of Environmental Studies, Santa Cruz, CA Restoring old fields by seeding and transplanting keystone species in the grasslands of California central coast.
Poster # 63. Rudd, Nathan*,1, Pickering, Debbie1, Salzer, Daniel1, 1 The Nature Conservancy, Portland, OR Fire, seeding and shading: Testing restoration strategies for a coastal prairie in Oregon.
Poster # 64. Kirkman, L. Katherine*,1, Coffey, Kim 1, Jack, Steven1, 1 Jospeh W. Jones Ecological Research Center, Newton, GA, USA Using adaptive management techniques to reintroduce fire into hardwood-invaded depressions within longleaf pine savannas.
Poster # 65. Coffey, Kim *,1, Kirkman, L. Katherine1, Jack, Steven1, Gagnon, Jennifer1, 1 Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, Newton, GA, USA Effects of fire versus herbicide on ground cover in longleaf pine savannas.
Poster # 66. Hampton, Haydee 1, Prather, John1, Xu, Yaguang1, Aumack, Ethan 1, Dickson, Brett1, 2, Sisk, Thomas1, 1 Environmental Sciences, Flagstaff, AZ, USA2 Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, Ft. Collins, CO, USA Collaborative tools for landscape-level planning of forest management.
Poster # 67. Richards, William *,1, LaBarge, Amy1, Boeckstiegel, Lee1, Nickelson, Sally1, Borsting, Melissa1, 1 Seattle Public Utilities, North Bend, WA Forest restoration: Thinning in temperate second-growth forests to accelerate the development of late-successional characteristics.
Poster # 68. Joesting, Heather*,1, Brown, Kim1, 1 Ohio University, Athens, Ohio Thinning promotes the performance of American chestnut seedlings in southeastern Ohio forests.
Poster # 69. Sánchez Meador, Andrew, Parysow, Pablo*,, Moore, Margaret, Reconstructing ponderosa pine spatial reference conditions in northern Arizona using permanent plots.
Poster # 70. Lyon, David*,1, Rhoades, Chuck2, 1 University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY2 US Forest Service - Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO Persistent effects of eastern redcedar on glade soil properties and plant community composition.
Poster # 71. Hagenauer, Laura*,1, Camann, Michael2, Lamoncha, Karen2, Mazurek, MJ3, Zielinski, William3, 1 Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA2 Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA3 USDA Forest Service, Arcata, CA Legacy old growth redwood trees in commercial forests enhance soil and litter microarthropod abundance and diversity.
Poster # 72. Haase, Erin*,1, Nyberg, Dennis1, 1 University of Illinois-Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA Reverse fertilization reduces soil nitrate, does not affect species composition in tallgrass prairie.
Poster # 73. Guadarrama, Patricia*,1, Alvarez-Sánchez, Javier*,1, Sánchez-Gallén, Irene*,1, Nuñez, Oswaldo*,1, 1 Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, D.F., Mexico Restoration of a tropical rain forest in Mexico: The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.
Poster # 74. Bell-Surrette, Sherry *,1, Brewer, J. Stephen1, 1 University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS An investigation of environmental conditions favoring plant species diversity in upland forests of northern Mississippi.
Poster # 75. Kim, Kee Dae1, Lee, Eun Ju2, Ewing, Kern3, 1 University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA2 Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea3 University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA The ecological status and potential restoration techniques in waste landfills in the Seoul metropolitan area.
Poster # 76. Frey, Mark*,1, Perlmutter, Mike2, 1 The Presido Trust, San Francisco, CA2 National Park Service, San Francisco, CA Evaluating site conditions for restoration success after landfill removal.
Poster # 77. Forman, Amy*,1, 1 S.M. Stoller Corporation, Idaho Falls, ID, USA Using native vegetation for water extraction on landfill covers.
Poster # 78. Artman, Vanessa1, Dudle, Dana*,1, 1 DePauw University, Greencastle, IN, United States Patterns and processes of recovery in and around an Indiana limestone quarry.
Poster # 79. Aney, Warren*,1, 1 Resources Northwest, Kirkland, WA Retaining a Lewis and Clark landscape: Ecosystems based management on a small exurban wildland.
Poster # 80. Mulroy, Thomas*,1, Mulroy, Juliana2, 1 Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Santa Barbara, CA, USA2 Denison University, Granville, Ohio, USA Biological diversity and revegetation where human disturbances or inhabited landscapes meet wildlands.
Poster # 81. González-Abraham, Antalia*,1, Calmé, Sophie1, Schmook, Birgit 1, 1 El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Chetumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico Do forest activities and wildlife conservation match? The example of the rural community of Caobas.
Poster # 82. Porter, Ellen*,1, 1 National Park Service Air Resources Division, Denver, CO Science and the National Park Service: Integrating air quality management into the inventory and monitoring program.
Poster # 83. Tierney, Geraldine*,1, Faber-Langendoen, Don1, Shriver, Greg2, Gibbs, James1, 1 SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry, Syracuse, NY2 National Park Service, Woodstock, VT Protecting ecological resources in the National Parks: Developing indicators of ecological integrity.
Poster # 84. Wolfe, Amy*,1, Dale, Virginia1, Peacock, Aaron2, Arthur, Taryn1, 1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA2 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, USA Putting ecological indicators into practice: Providing resource managers with technically sound, practically useful indicators.
Poster # 85. Hinkle, Charles*,1, Schmalzer, Paul1, 1 Dynamac Corporation, Kennedy Space Ctr., FL, USA Environmentally endangered lands acquisition and conservation program in Brevard County, Florida.
Poster # 86. Hale, Brack*,1, Adams, Michael 2, 1 Duke University, Durham, NC, USA2 University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, USA Floodplain forest conservation along the Lower Wisconsin and Middle Elbe Rivers.
Poster # 87. Hassett, Brooke*,1, Palmer, Margaret1, 1 University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA Evaluating stream restoration: Analysis of a database for the lower Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Poster # 88. Jenkins, N*,1, Stewart, E2, Yeakley, J1, 1 Environmental Science & Resources, Portland, Oregon, USA2 Metro, Portland, Oregon, USA Effects of managed flooding on an invasive plant species in shoreline vegetation communities in a Pacific Northwest wildlife preserve.
Poster # 89. Burke, Michelle *,1, Berkley, Brett1, Crane, Teresa1, Goldfarb, Lisa 1, Alvarez, Melissa 2, 1 MATRIX Enviromental & Geotechnical Services, East Hanover2 US Army Corps of Engineers, New York Spring Creek Ecosystem Restoration: The Relamation of an urban salt marsh.
Poster # 90. Adams, Wendy*,1, Cauzillo, Meghan1, Chiang, Kathleen1, Deuling, Sara1, Tislerics, Atilla1, 1 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Investigating river restoration feasibility for Argo Pond on the Huron River, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Poster # 91. Johnston, John*,, Parmar, Rajbir, Wolfe, Kurt, Kinder, Paul, Newland, Jennifer, DeMoss, Tom, Kemlage, Don, Decision tool for riparian ecosystem management in the Mid-Atlantic Highlands.
Poster # 93. Holl, Karen*,1, Crone, Elizabeth2, 1 Environmental Studies Dept., Santa Cruz2 Wildlife Biology Program, Missoula Local vs. landscape factors affecting restoration of riparian understory plants.
Poster # 94. MABRY, CATHERINE1, 1 Iowa State University, Ames, IA A case of self-design in wetland creation.
Poster # 95. Owen, Dianne*,1, Volin, John1, Jacobs, Alyssa 1, 1 Florida Atlantic University, Davie, FL Spatial and temporal water quality patterns within the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.
Poster # 96. Schile, Lisa*,1, Parker, V. Thomas1, Vasey, Mike1, Benner, Diana1, Langston, Amy1, Wainer, Laura2, Callaway, John2, 1 San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA, USA2 University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA Comparative vegetation development in different aged brackish tidal wetlands along the lower Napa River, San Francisco Estuary, California.
Poster # 97. Sutton-Grier, Ariana 1, Bruland, Gregory1, Richardson, Curtis1, 1 Duke University, Durham, NC, 27708 Pre-restoration characterization of spatial soil variability in a Piedmont floodplain riparian wetland in North Carolina.
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