SS9.04 Understanding the Physiological and Community Ecology of Invasive Species

Session Organizer(s):
Doug, Miller
University of Delaware, College of Marine Studies
dmiller@udel.edu

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Date: Monday, February 16, 2004

Location: 317 A

1:30 PM
Grosholz, E D THE ROLE OF POSITIVE INTERACTIONS IN THE INVASION OF COASTAL MARINE SYSTEMS

1:45 PM
Zabin, C J THE UTILITY OF THE MENGE-SUTHERLAND ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS MODEL TO INVASION BIOLOGY: A CASE STUDY OF A CARIBBEAN BARNACLE IN HAWAII

2:00 PM
Kahng, S E THE ECOLOGY AND ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF A HIGHLY INVASIVE MARINE INVERTEBRATE IN HAWAII'S CORAL REEF COMMUNITIES

2:15 PM
Conklin, E J ; Smith, J E INFLUENCE OF DISPERSAL, GROWTH, AND HERBIVORE SUSCEPTIBILITY ON THE ABILITY OF THREE NON-INDIGENOUS ALGAL SPECIES TO DISPLACE NATIVE COMMUNITIES IN HAWAI’I

2:30 PM
Neira, C ; Levin, L A ; Mendoza, G ; Grosholz, E D ALTERATION OF WETLAND TROPHIC FUNCTION BY A PLANT INVADER

2:45 PM
deRivera, C E ; Ruiz, G M ; Crawford, M K ; Gittings, S R ; Hines, A H BROAD-SCALE PATTERNS OF MARINE NON-INDIGENOUS SPECIES ALONG THE US WEST COAST SANCTUARIES AND RESERVES

3:30 PM
Torchin, M E ; Kuris, A M ; Lafferty, K D INTRODUCED SPECIES AND THEIR MISSING PARASITES: WHAT’S GAINED BY THEIR LOSS?

3:45 PM
Rudnick, D A ; Tsukimura, B A ; Veldhuizen, T ; Tullis, R ; Hieb, K H ; Culver, C A LIFE HISTORY MODEL FOR THE CALIFORNIA POPULATION OF THE CHINESE MITTEN CRAB, ERIOCHEIR SINENSIS

4:00 PM
Smith, L D ; Thomas, E K BIOGEOGRAPHIC DIFFERENCES IN CLAW SIZE AND PERFORMANCE IN AN INTRODUCED CRAB PREDATOR: EVIDENCE OF AN EMERGING ARMS RACE?

4:15 PM
Brown, J R ; Miller, D C SHORELINE MODIFICATION AND HABITAT STRUCTURE AS A FACILITATOR FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF INVASIVE SPECIES

4:30 PM
Drake, L A ; Dobbs, F C MICROORGANISMS: POTENTIAL INVASIVE SPECIES IN SHIPS’ BALLAST-WATER TANKS

4:45 PM
Kotta, J ; Orav-Kotta, H FIELD MEASUREMENTS ON THE VARIABILITY IN BIODEPOSITION AND GRAZING PRESSURE OF SUSPENSION FEEDING BIVALVES IN THE NORTHERN BALTIC SEA

Date: T,W,Th, February 17-19, 2004

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

4:45 PM
Miller, D C ; Dale, R K ; Brown, J R ; Huggins, P D TEMPERATURE AND SALINITY TOLERANCE OF VIETNAMESE BAIT WORMS, NAMALYCASTIS SP.: IMPLICATIONS FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A TROPICAL IMPORT IN THE SOUTHEASTERN USA

 
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