95th ESA Annual Meeting (August 1 -- 6, 2010)

COS 35 - Restoration Ecology III

Tuesday, August 3, 2010: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
333, David L Lawrence Convention Center
David Moreno Mateos
1:30 PM
Effects of disturbance frequency and reduced competition on native forb establishment on simulated roadsides in Florida, USA
Anne L. Frances, NatureServe; Carrie Reinhardt Adams, University of Florida; Jeff Norcini, OecoHort, LLC; Sandra B. Wilson, University of Florida; Deborah L. Miller, University of Florida; Doria Gordon, The Nature Conservancy
1:50 PM
Restoring little bluestem and broomsedge to upland forests in northern Mississippi
Erynn E. Maynard, Penn State University; J. Stephen Brewer, University of Mississippi
2:10 PM
The studies on vegetation restoration with 3S and long-term orientation observation
Shaolin Peng, Sun Yat-sen University; Ting Zhou, Sun Yat-Sen University, Arizona State University
2:30 PM
Changes in periphyton communities in a watershed receiving passive treatment for acid mine drainage over an 11 year period
Dean M. DeNicola, Slippery Rock University; Michael G. Stapleton, Slippery Rock University
2:50 PM
Does dispersal limitation impact the recovery of zooplankton communities damaged by a regional stressor?
Derek K. Gray, Queen's University; Shelley Arnott, Queen's University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
Effects of water depth and seed provenance on the vegetative growth of southern wild rice (Zizania aquatica)
Rebecca C. Tucker, Purdue University; Michael J. Zanis, Purdue University; Nancy C. Emery, Purdue University; Kevin D. Gibson, Purdue University
3:40 PM
Ecosystem restoration planning through iterative experiments at Zion National Park, UT
Michelle P. Dela Cruz, Canyon de Chelly National Monument; Vanessa B. Beauchamp, Towson University; Patrick B. Shafroth, US Geological Survey; Aviva O'Neil, Zion National Park; Donna Shorrock, National Park Service
4:00 PM
Inoculation with a native soil community advances succession in a grassland restoration
Elizabeth L. Middleton, Missouri Department of Conservation; James D. Bever, Indiana University
4:20 PM
Restored and remnant habitat patches feature differently in the movement of bee and butterfly pollinators into adjacent degraded habitat
Karen Goodell, The Ohio State University; Chia-Hua Lin, The Ohio State University; Amy M. McKinney, University of Maryland; Shana M. Byrd, The Wilds; Barbara Bloetscher, The Ohio State University; Nicole D. Cavender, The Morton Arboretum
4:40 PM
Effects of overstory density and fertilizer supplement on the growth of American chestnut seedlings
Clint T. Patterson, Alabama A&M University; Luben D. Dimov, Alabama A&M University