Source: California Invasive Plant Council


URL of this page: http://www.cal-ipc.org/symposia/archive/2002_presentations.php

2002 Symposium Presentations

Presentations are posted below as pdf files. Warning: these are large files.

Salmon River Cooperative noxious weed program, part 1 of 3
Peter Bruckner, Salmon River Restoration Council

Salmon River Cooperative noxious weed program, part 2 of 3
Peter Bruckner, Salmon River Restoration Council

Salmon River Cooperative noxious weed program, part 3 of 3
Peter Bruckner, Salmon River Restoration Council

Management of rare native plants amidst exotic plant competition
Jodi McGraw, UC Berkeley

CDFA's A-rated weed program: Succeeding and evolving
Carri Pirosko and Robert Leavitt

Yellow starthistle biocontrol
Lincoln Smith

Cape ivy Delairea odorata: distribution, ecology, and reproduction biology
Ramona Robison and Joe DiTomaso, UC Davis

Creeping loss of California's once widespread shrublands to Cortaderia and other aliens
John Lambrinos, UC Davis

American River Parkway Invasive Plant Management Project
Peter Buck, Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency

NPDES permits for aquatic herbicide use in California
Mike Blankinship, Blankinship & Associates

2002 Alert! New invasions and recent expansions in California
Mandy Tu, The Nature Conservancy

Investing in volunteers: The costs and benefits of exotic weed control
Aleutia Scott, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Update on USDA biological control of weeds project
Joe Balcinunas, USDA-ARS

Cal-IPC's risk assessment process for classifying invasive weeds
Peter Warner, CA Department of Parks and Recreation

Regulatory compliance at the county level
Peggy Rose

Alternatives to invasive landscape and garden plants
Alison Stanton

Does cattle grazing in vernal pool grasslands increase diversity of native plant species by reducing the abundance of exotics?
Jaymee T. Marty

Spread of exotic cordgrasses and hybrids in the tidal marshes of San Francisco Bay
Debra R. Ayres, Debra L. Smith, Katy Zaremba, Shannon Klohr, and Donald R. Strong

Invasion ecology of the Japanese alga Undaria pinnatifida in California [Word document]
Abstract: Carol Thornber, Brian Kinlan, Michale Graham, and Jay Stachowicz

Effect of competition on artichoke thistle  [Word document]
Virginia White and Jodie S. Holt

Arundo and biodiversity
Deanne DiPietro, UC Davis

CalFlora
Ann Dennis, UC Berkeley

Alternative bedding sites for grazing sheep on Fort Ord: A proposed method for weed management
Kevin Ghalambor

The impact of invasive plants on water use in the annual grasslands
Stephen Enloe and Joe DiTomaso

The importance of quatifying the economic impacts of invasive weeds
Steve Schoenig

Analyzing economic impacts of leafy spurge
F. Larry Leistritz, North Dakota University

Trial of several herbicides and application techniques for control of Ailanthus altissima, part 1 of 2
Poster by Joe DiTomaso and Guy Kyser

Trial of several herbicides and application techniques for control of Ailanthus altissima, part 2 of 2
Poster by Joe DiTomaso and Guy Kyser

Arundo donax physiology, shoot and root growth under two nutrient regimes
Poster by Anna Sher, David Spencer, and Joe DiTomaso

Weed Watch-a guide for gardeners
Poster

Manual removal of cape ivy at Audobon Canyon Ranch's Bolinas Lagoon Preserve
Len Blumin and Daniel Gluesenkamp