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

PS 103 - Latebreaking: Invasion

Friday, August 6, 2010: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Cold temperature and emerald ash borers: Modeling the under-bark temperature of ash trees in Ontario
Bradley Vermunt, University of Waterloo; K. Cuddington, University of Waterloo; Jill C. Crosthwaite, University of Western Ontario; Stephanie Sobek, University of Western Ontario; Brent J. Sinclair, University of Western Ontario
Drought and fire suppression encourage Juniperus virginiana encroachment in xeric oak forests
Stephen W. Hallgren, Oklahoma State University; Ryan D. DeSantis, University of Missouri Department of Forestry and USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station
Early detection of invasive plant species: Linking management needs with invasive species science
Daniel A. Sarr, Klamath Network-National Park Service; Sean B. Smith, Klamath Network-National Park Service; Dennis C. Odion, Southern Oregon University; Jennifer K. Gibson, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
Invasive shrubs predict the abundance of common native avian frugivores in a landscape of central Pennsylvania
Jason M. Gleditsch, The Pennsylvania State University; Tomás A. Carlo, The Pennsylvania State University
Plant-soil feedbacks in cheatgrass-invaded sagebrush ecosystems
John M. Stark, Utah State University; Brittany Packer, Utah State University; D'Jenane Diaz, Utah State University; Brandon Chambers, Utah State University; Cade Kowallis, Utah State University; Toby D. Hooker, Utah State University; Jeanette M. Norton, Utah State University
Evidence for the establishment and persistence of genetically modified canola populations in the U.S
Meredith G. Schafer, University of Arkansas; Andrew X. Ross, North Dakota State University; Jason P. Londo, University of Arkansas; Connie A. Burdick, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Henry Lee II, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Steven E. Travers, North Dakota State University; Peter K. Van de Water, CSU Fresno; Cynthia L. Sagers, University of Arkansas
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