2015 Cal-IPC Symposium2015 Symposium plus HCPs and Invasive Plant Management

San Diego Convention Center

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Oral Presentations

Innovations in landscape-level invasive plant management Johnson, Doug
Integrated management project of mesquite in Oman Al Farsi, Saud
The future of invasive plant management tools and techniques Ball, Morgan
Is glyphosate a carcinogen? Beauvais, Sheryl
Barbed goatgrass strategies and results for the 2014/15 treatment season Beitz, Pamela
Some drivers of Sahara mustard invasion: Surficial geology and primary, secondary, and tertiary roads Berry, Kristin
Assessing herbicide impacts to pollinators Bireley, Richard
Eradicating weeds in Sierra meadows for climate change resilience Brusati, Elizabeth
Heat-related illness and herbicide use Cisneros, Carmen
Habitat Conservation Plans (HCPs) Cleary-Rose, Karin
A plant risk evaluation (PRE) tool for assessing the invasive potential of ornamental plants Crawford, Christopher
Risk Assessment and Prioritization. Darin, Gina
WHIPPET Prioritization Tool Demonstration Darin, Gina; Brusati, Elizabeth; , 
Current status on the study of exotic plant species in the State of Baja California, Mexico Delgadillo- Rodriguez, Jose
Herbivores as mediators of an exotic grass invasion Ender, Cody
Effects of altered precipitation and invasion on ecosystem processes in coastal sage scrub Esch, Ellen
The future of invasive species research Funk, Jennifer
Permitting Giessow, Jason
Initiating the San Diego regional invasive plant Early Detection and Rapid Response (EDRR) program in support of NCCP Giessow, Jason
Aerial spraying with UAVs for wildland weed control: Applications and potential deployment Giles, Ken
Brachypodium distachyon: An adaptive approach to controlling an invasive species to benefit endemic species and sensitive habitats in San Diego, California Gordon-Reedy, Patricia
Integrated Regional Conservation and Development Program Grossman, Dennis
Doing more for less: Using Conservation Corps as an organizational capacity multiplier Gunderman, Kyle
The perfect partnership! Engage & train urban youth, garner additional funding, get the job done Gunderman, Kyle; Healy, Leah; Skillman, Robert; Soria, Rhody
Finding weeds while avoiding bombs: Controlling invasive species on Fort Ord National Monument Hubbard, Sue
Biology and control of Sesbania punicea seed banks by solarization Hunter, Robin
Management Plans for Invasive Plants. Johnson, Brent
Implementation Plans Johnson, Brent
Assessing spatio-temporal changes of invasive Algerian sea lavender (Limonium ramosissimum) in San Francisco Bay wetlands Kalchmayr, Kerstin
Weed Alerts and CDFA Update. Kelch, Dean
How land managers are using Calflora’s Weed Manager system King, Ed
Regional Advance Mitigation Planning Kirkham, Stuart
Effects of plant invasions on invertebrate diversity and feeding guilds: A meta-analysis and review Knapp, Denise
Eradication 101 Knapp, John
iMapInvasives: Collaborative invasive species data management Kuzek, Jami
Cryptic invasion and hybridization of Phragmites australis (common reed) in the Southwest Lambert, Adam
Root trait variation and its relevance to seedling growth across 18 native and invasive coastal sage scrub species exposed to drought Larson, Julie
Barbed goatgrass (Aegilops triuncialis) eradication on Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, Detachment Fallbrook; adaptive management for invasive plant eradication Lawson, Dawn
Invasive species eradication projects implemented on islands in Baja California Luna-Mendoza, Luciana
The future of collaboration Luna-Mendoza, Luciana
Stopping the spread of Volutaria across the California desert McDonald, Chris
Livestock grazing and landscape diversity in California vernal pools Michaels, Julia
Identifying emerging invasive plants for early eradication on the San Mateo County coast Morawitz, Dana
Do native and invasive species share similar carbon capture strategies? Nguyen, Monica
Welcome to San Diego, the nation’s most biologically diverse county! Oberbauer, Tom
Taking the leap: Starting watershed-wide Arundo donax eradication in Santa Barbara County Olthof, Katrina
Prioritizing Miconia calvescens survey areas on O’ahu Parish, Julia
Trends in preparing and implementing Natural Community Conservation Plans, challenges and opportunities Parisi, Monica
How the U.S. Department of the Interior is using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for conservation Quirk, Bruce
River Partners and the Conservation Corps – a win-win partnership for job creation, invasive species removal, and habitat restoration Rayburn, Andrew
Pre-release impact assessment of the leaf-mining moth (Digitivalva delaireae), a potential biological control agent for Cape-ivy (Delairea odorata) Reddy, Angelica M.
Selective control of velvet grass in a California coastal prairie Reed, Lewis
Principles of Planning to Manage Weeds. Schoenig, Steve
Strategic Approaches to Prevention. Schoenig, Dept of Fish and Wildlife, Steve
Rose colored glasses for sale! Weed-free forage and mulch is the enemy of the perfect! Simpson, Bobbi
Current research at the European Biological Control Laboratory Smith, Lincoln
Lessons learned and the future of Habitat Conservation Planning in California Taylor, Elizabeth
Successful habitat restoration of a native thistle following jubata grass control. Thomas, Don
Understanding and preventing herbicide drift Trumbo, Joel
Santa Rosa Plateau Habitat Studies and Restoration Program: Integrating research and environmental education to restore native California grasslands Valliere, Justin
A CNPS Chapter model for early detection and effective response to emergent invasive weeds Vanderhoff, Ron
Nonnative grassland control and Otay tarplant (Deinandra conjugens) habitat restoration Vinje, Jessie
Writing Goals and Objectives. Williams, Andrea
Adaptive Management and Monitoring Williams, Andrea


GrassApp, a tool that helps landowners facing grass invasion Maguire, Dorothy

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