Tuesday, November 9, Afternoon Concurrent Presentations (Arranged by Subject and Room)


To view the complete Conference Program, click here.

If the presentation you are interested in is not available, please contact individual authors as posted in the Abstract Book.

 

Early Detection and Rapid Response I - State III

 

Invasive Pathogens - State I

 

Aquatic Invasive Species Programs and Partnerships - Great River I

 

Management of Invasive Aquatic Plants 2 - Kellogg II

  • Regional Collaboration on Invasive Species Management in the Cisco Chain of Lakes - Mark Schimpf*, Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute, Regional Collaboration on Invasive Species Management in the Cisco Chain of Lakes, Mark Schimpf*, Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute
  • Ecology and Management of Flowering Rush in the Detroit Lakes Chain - John Madsen*, Mississippi State University, Joshua Cheshier, Mississippi State University, Michelle Marko, Concordia College, Tera Guetter, Pelican River Watershed District
  • Assessment Techniques for Effect of Weevil Stocking on Eurasian Watermilfoil Populations in Two Coastal Lakes - Michelle D. Marko*, Concordia College, Laura Brutscher and Emily Lichte, Concordia College

 

Cooperative Weed Management Areas 1 - Kellogg I

 

Emerald Ash Borer Workshop 1 - Capitol Ballroom

 

Early Detection and Rapid Response 2 - State III

  • A National Scale Citizen Science Program for Invasive Species - Alycia W. Crall, Colorado State University and National Institute of Invasive Species Science
  • Early Detection System for the Great Lakes Early Region - Brendon Panke*, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Mark Renz, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Carmen Chapin, National Park Service, National Institute of Invasive Species Science, Midwest Invasive Plant Network
  • Feedback on an Early Detection System for the Great Lakes Early Region - Brendon Panke*, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Mark Renz, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Carmen Chapin, National Park Service, National Institute of Invasive Species Science, Midwest Invasive Plant Network

 

Biomass & Biofuels - State I

 

Aquatic Invasive Species Regulations and Enforcement - Great River I

 

Management of Invasive Submersed Plants: Funding and Economics - Kellogg II

 

Cooperative Weed Management Areas 2 - Kellogg I

 

Emerald Ash Borer Workshop 2 - Capitol Ballroom