13 Annual Meeting Proceedings

Day 1 Presentations

Invasive Species Management in the National Wildlife Refuge System, Crucial Conservation Conversations: Is Your Message Being Heard?

Lindy Garner, Invasive Species Program, National Wildlife Refuge System

Invasive Plant Management in Kodiak

Blythe Brown, Kodiak Soil and Water Conservation District

Uses of the Alaska Exotic Plant Information Clearinghouse for Research and Management

Matthew L. Carlson, Lindsey Flagstad, E. Jamie Trammell, Casey Greenstein, Nancy Norvell, Tina Kuo. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, Biological Sciences Department, and Geography and Environmental Sciences Department, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Aquatic invasive Plants: A New Focus for Alakan Invasive Species Management

Darcy Etcheverry, Fairbanks Soil and Water Conservation District

Rapid Response Options for Invasive Aquatic Plants: Risk and Benefits of Methods for "Eradication" Versus "Management"  Implications for Elodea Response in Alaska

Lars Anderson, Univsersity of California Davis

A Multi-Taxa Survey for Invasive Species in Selected Rivers of Kodiak Island, Alaska

Bill Pyle, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge

Changes in an Arctic Grayling Fishery Following the Introduction of the Non-Native Aquatic Weed, Elodea nuttallii, altered flow regimes, and changes in management policies

Nicholas Lisuzzo, USDA Forest Service and Amy Larsen, National Park Service

Early Detection Monitoring for Zebra and Quagga Mussels in Alaska Lakes

Dan Bogan, Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage

Tribal Conservation Districts: Promoting Environmental Stewardship in Rural Alaska

Christy Cincotta, Tyonek Tribal Conservation District

US Coast Guard Ballast Water Discharge Standard Final Rule

Sarah Lovette, US Coast Guard, Environmental Standard Division

Potential Fishery Impacts to Alaska from a Marine Invasive Species: the Colonial Tunicate Didemnum vexillum

Linda Shaw, National Marine Fisheries Service

Evening Lecture

Alaska Hawkweeds and Control of the Orange One

Steven Seefeldt, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Cooperative Extension Service

Day 2 Presentations

 
Travis Tennessen, Penn State University
 
 
Genelle Winter, Metlakatla Indian Community
 
 
Katie Villano Spellman, Univeristy of Alaska Fairbanks, Department of Biology and Wildlife, Laura Schneller, University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of Biological Sciences
 
 
Nathan Lojewski, Chugachmiut
 
 
Tobias Schworer, University of Alaska Anchorage, Institute of Social and Economic Research, Rebekka Federer and Howard Ferren, Alaska SeaLife Center
 
 
Lars Anderson, University of California Davis
 
 
Brett Nelson, Alaska Department or Transportation, Gino Graziano, University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service
 
 
Elizabeth M. Bella, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
 
 
Tobias Schworer, Univeristy of Alaska Anchorage, Institute of Social and Economic Research
 
 
Representative Paul Seaton, Alaska House of Representatives, District 35
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Day 3 Presentations

Early Detection - Rapid Response: Time to Tweak the Model?

John Morton, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

History of Non-Native Mammal Management on Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge

McCrea Cobb, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge

Non-Native Plant Monitoring on the Chugach National Forest

Rob DeVelice, Tim Nawrocki, Betty Charnon and Kate Mohatt, Chugach National Forest

Aminopyralid and Clopyralid Residues in Unexpected Places

Steven Seefeldt, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Cooperative Extension Service

US Forest Service Forest Health Protection: Insects, Diseases, and Aerial Detection

Lori Winton, Tom Heutte, and Elizabeth Graham US Forest Service, Forest Health Protection

Alaska Firewood Survey

Mia Kirk, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Agriculture

Geometrid Moth Activity in Southcentral Alaska

Michael Rasy, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Cooperative Extension Service

US Fish and Wildlife Service Leveraging Resources for Invasive Species Management: Volunteers and Strike Teams

Lindy Garner, Invasive Species Program, National Wildlife Refuge System

The Melibee Project: Pollinator Attraction Citizen Science Program

Katie Spellman, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Department of Biology and Wildlife

Working with Anchorage School Students to Explore the Use of Invasive Wild European Bird Cherry, Prunus padus, by Winter Foraging Moose in Anchorage

Gino Graziano, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Cooperative Extension Service

Invasion! Using Social Media Species to Grow Your Organization and Mission in the Online World

Katrina Mueller, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Dani Thompson, Student Conservation Association

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