Wednesday, November 10, Morning 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.


Restoration - Kellogg II

Formation of the Southeastern Wisconsin Invasive Species Consortium - James Reinartz, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Jill Hapner, Washington County, Wisconsin: Planning & Parks Department

Effects of Planting Method and Seed Mix Diversity on Tallgrass Prairie Restoration Success - Diane L. Larson*, U.S. Geological Survey, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, Pauline Drobney, Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge, Sarah Vacek and JB Bright, Morris Wetland Management District, Nick Palaia, Litchfield Wetland Management District, Doug Wells, Fergus Falls Wetland Management District, Jennifer Larson, University of Minnesota

Restoring Invasive Plant Species Dominated Areas By Means of Assisted Succession - Jamie Hanson, Saint Cloud State University

Bird City Wisconsin Addresses Invasives - Noel J. Cutright*, Bird City Wisconsin Steering Committee, Carl Schwartz, Bird City Wisconsin


Management of Woody Invasives - State III

Forestry Mowing: An Economical Solution for Woody Invasive Species Management in Hardwood Forests - Clay Frazer, EC3 Environmental Consulting Group, Inc.

New Control Method for Buckthorn and Other Invasive Tree Species - John K. Lampe, Private Landowner

DIE Buckthorn Scum!! - Terry Helbig*, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Jon Alness*, Zumbro Valley Forestry

Post-Buckthorn Removal: What Have We Learned? - Jyneen Thatcher, Washington Conservation District


Citizen and Business Involvement - Great River I

Minnesota Waters’ Aquatic Invasive Species Position and Recommendations – Quelling the Aquademic - Dick Osgood, Minnesota Waters

Prevent the Spread: Aquatic Invasive Species Training for Lake Service Providers - Clyde Clement*, Brainerd Lakes Aquatic Invasive Species Task Force, Courtney Kowalczak, Minnesota Waters

Citizen Engagement in Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention - Luke Skinner, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Jay Rendall, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Empowering Citizens to Address the Sale and Use of Invasive Species - Diane Schauer, Calumet County - Wisconsin


Management and Ecology of Eurasian Watermilfoil - Kellogg I

Shoreline Habitat Requirements of the Native Milfoil Weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei, in Portage County, Wisconsin - Amy L. Thorstenson*, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Ronald L. Crunkilton, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Michael A. Bozek, U.S.G.S. Wisconsin Cooperative Fisheries Unit, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Nancy B. Turyk, Center for Watershed Science and Education, University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point

Contrasting Effects of Early-Season Harvesting and Chemical Treatment in Lake Monona - Alison Mikulyuk*, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Jennifer Hauxwell, Michelle Nault, and Scott van Egeren, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Water Level Fluctuation as a Tool for Eurasian Watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) Control and Lake Restoration - Scott Provost, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Eurasian Watermilfoil Impacts to Native Plants in Christmas Lake - Dick Osgood, Osgood Consulting


Common Carp Management - State I

Population Estimates of Common Carp Demonstrate that Nursery Habitat May be Limiting - Jake Osborne*, University of Minnesota, Justin Silbernagel and Peter Sorensen, University of Minnesota

Hormone Implants Induce Potent Pheromonal Attractant Release from Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) - Hangkyo Lim*, University of Minnesota, Peter W. Sorensen, University of Minnesota

Egg Predation by Native Sunfish Control Recruitment of Invasive Common Carp - Justin Silbernagel*, University of Minnesota, Peter W. Sorensen, University of Minnesota

Integrated Pest Management of the Common Carp - Przemek Bajer*, University of Minnesota, Chris Chizinski, Hangkyo Lim, Justin Silbernagel, Jake Osborne and Peter Sorensen, University of Minnesota


Emerald Ash Borer Workshop 3 - Capitol Ballroom

Cold Hardiness of Emerald Ash Borer and Its Implications for the Upper Midwest - Robert Venette*, USDA Forest Servic - Northern Research Station, Mark Abrahamson, Minnesota Department of Agriculture

The Influence of Satellite Populations on Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire) Damage in U.S. Communities, 2010-2020 - Kent Kovacs*, University of Minnesota, Rodrigo Mercader, Nathan Siegert, and Deborah McCullough, Michigan State University, Robert Haight and Andrew Liebhold, USDA Forest Service

Identification and Removal of Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis) Infested Trees - Mark Abrahamson, Minnesota Department of Agriculture

SLAM – A Strategy to SL.ow M.ortality in Emerald Ash Borer Outlier Sites - Steven Katovich, USDA Forest Service


Outreach and Prevention 2 - Kellogg II

Right Plant, Right Place, Right Time, Right Now - Bob Fitch, Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association

Development of Non-invasive Plant Alternatives for Use in the Landscape - Benjamin M Clasen*, University of Minnesota, Alan G. Smith, University of Minnesota

Weed Feed: Edible Invasive Species & Community Activism - Peter A. Nause, Dudgeon-Monroe Neighborhood Association Parks Committee


Distribution and Detection - State III

Buckthorn Detection Using Small Format Aerial Photography - Mike Hoppus, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Using Forest Inventory and Analysis Data to Detect the Invasion Stage of Non-Native Invasive Plants and Quantify the Invasibility of Forested Lands in the Upper Midwest - Zhaofei Fan*, Mississippi State University, Weiming Yu, Mississippi State University, W. Keith Moser, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station

Extent and Spread of Selected Non-Native Invasive Plants in Upper Midwest Forests - W. Keith Moser*, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station, Zhaofei Fan and Weiming Yu, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State


Aquatic Early Detection and Rapid Response - Great River I

Citizen Scientists Monitor Wisconsin’s Rivers for Invasive Species - Laura MacFarland, River Alliance of Wisconsin

Aquatic Invasive Species Monitoring Through the Citizen Lake Monitoring Network - Laura Herman, University of WIsconsin Extension - Lakes

Early Detection Monitoring for Vulnerable Great Lakes Coastal Ecosystems - John R. Kelly, U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development, Mid-Continent Ecology Division, Joel Hoffman, Anett Trebitz, Gregory Peterson, and Corlis West, U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development, Mid-Continent Ecology Division


Restoration of Emergent and Submersed Plants - Kellogg I

Initial Attempts to Restore Native Plants After Carp Removal in Lake Susan - Raymond M. Newman*, University of Minnesota, Josh Knopik and James A. Johnson, University of Minnesota

Water Quality Issues Associated with Native Macrophyte Re-establishment - William F. James, Engineer Research and Development Center, Eau Galle Aquatic Ecology Laboratory

Avoiding Reinvasion: Theory, Practice, and Policy - Susan Galatowitsch, University of Minnesota


Carp and Invasive Fish Management - State I

Asian Carp and the Great Lakes - What Can We Expect? - Phil Moy, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute

Control of Invasive Carp Movements Using Non-Physical Behavioural Barrier Techniques - Kaveh Someah, Ovivo USA, LLC

Round gobies in the Duluth Superior Harbor - Michael Lynch and Elise Cordo, University of Minnesota - Duluth, Allen F. Mensinger*, University of Minnesota - Duluth


Emerald Ash Borer Workshop 4 - Capitol Ballroom

The Risks and Benefits of Biological Control: A Case Study of the Emerald Ash Borer - Juli Gould, USDA-APHIS

Effects of Emerald Ash Borer on Ash Populations and Forest Plant Communities - Kathleen S Knight*, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station, Daniel A. Herms, John Cardina, Catherine P. Herms, and Wendy Klooster, Ohio State University, Robert P Long, John P Brown, and Joanne Rebbeck, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station, Kamal JK Gandhi, University of Georgia, Annemarie Smith, Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Potential Impact of EAB in Riparian Forests in Wisconsin and Minnesota - Susan J. Crocker*, USDA Forest Service, Dacia M. Meneguzzo, USDA Forest Service