1995 Cal-IPC SymposiumCalifornia Exotic Pest Plant Council Symposium

Asilomar Conference Center Pacific Grove, California

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Oral Presentations

Salt cedar, revegetation and riparian ecosystems in the Southwest Anderson, Bertin
A test of removal/control techniques for French broom Bossard, Carla C.; Alvarez, M.; Archbald, G.; Gibson, R.; Gluesenkamp, D.; Grotkopf, E.; Jones, S.; Nelson, L.
War on German ivy: good news from the front Bossard, Carla C.; Benefield, Carrie
Use of fire to control French broom Boyd, David
Use of biologically based methods to control pest plants:Issues related to federal research, regulation, and implementation Chornesky, Elizabeth A.; Palmer, Cynthia M.
Overview of extension non-crop weed research in California DiTomaso, Joe
Overview of biological invasions in California riparian areas and wetlands Dudley, Tom
Update: Federal interagency committee for the management of noxious and exotic weeds Jackson, Nelroy E.; Schneider, Esther D
California Department of Food and Agriculture’s noxious weed program Miller, Gerald H.
Fire ecology of exotic grasses in the California desert Minnich, Richard A.
Volunteers and long-term community support for effective pest plant control Moore, Ken; Hayes, Grey; Grey, 
Exotic plant considerations in the wake of a wildland fire Morey, Sandra; Shaffer, Kevin
Use of fire and cutting to control yellow starthistle Rusmore, John
Alien cordgrasses in Pacific estuaries Strong, Donald; Daehler, Curtis
Federal regulatory efforts to minimize the introduction and impacts of exotic pest plants in the United States Westbrooks, Randy G.
Cheatgrass and wildfires in the intermountain west Young, James; Blank, Robert
Ecology and control of perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium L.) Young, James A.; Palmquist, Debra; Blank, Robert S.; Turner, Charles E.

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