PS 83
Latebreaking: Restoration Ecology

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
Restoration of native oysters in a highly invaded estuary
Chela J. Zabin, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Kerstin Wasson, Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve; Susanne Fork, Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
Screening of horticultural plants for phytoremediation of aged motor oil in soil
Alexandria Igwe, Texas A&M; A. P. Schwab, Texas A&M; Frances Whitehead, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Plant-derived smoke influences germination of native and invasive plants in the Northern Great Plains
Brant Douville, South Dakota State University; Scott Abella, Natural Resource Conservation, LLC; Lora Perkins, South Dakota State University
Using seed dispersal networks to assess species importance in tropical restored sites
Fernanda Ribeiro da Silva, UNICAMP-University of Campinas; Rafael C. Furtado, UNESP-São Paulo State University; Marco A. Pizo, Unesp; Ricardo R. Rodrigues, Laboratory of Forest Ecology and Restoration, LERF/ESALQ/USP
Burning reveals cryptic diversity and promotes coexistence of native species in a restored California prairie
Derek J.N. Young, University of California, Davis; Lauren M. Porensky, USDA-ARS; Stephen Fick, U.S. Geological Survey; Kristina M. Wolf, University of California, Davis; Laura V. Morales, University of California, Davis; Kurt J. Vaughn, Working Waterways Program, Audubon California; Mila Dunbar-Irwin, University of California, Davis; Truman Young, University of California, Davis
The effect of pollinator restorations on wild bee community composition
Joseph Zientek, Rutgers University; Daniel P. Cariveau, University of Minnesota; Rachael Winfree, Rutgers University
Quantifying tidal elevation effects on oyster growth and survival to assess climate change effects on restoration success in San Francisco Bay, CA
Stephanie L. Kiriakopolos, San Francisco State University; Chela J. Zabin, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Rena Obernolte, Isla Arena Consulting; Robert Abbott, ENVIRON; Edwin D. Grosholz, University of California, Davis
Evaluating temporary soil stabilization methods for road construction sites in Illinois
Irene Weber, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Mark Grinter, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Susan Morgan, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; William A. Retzlaff, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Peter R. Minchin, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Using multiple methods to establish baselines to measure success of the Eagle Creek Restoration project
Jennifer M. Clark, Hiram College; Zachary C. Nemec, Hiram College; Sara E. Piccolomini, Hiram College; Kailey N. Cooper, Hiram College; Maci T. Nelson, Hiram College; Michael Zielinski, Hiram College
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