11th Annual Proceedings

Fairbanks, October 26 and 27, 2010

Day One Presentations:

Losses to Biodiversity Can Threaten Human Well-Being

Dr. Terry Chapin, UAF Institute of Artic Biology

A Human and Philosophical Perspective to Invasive Plants and the Interaction with Human and Natural Landscapes

John Peter Thompson, National Agricultual Research Alliance

Clovers and Honey Production

Hal Livingston, Interior Alaska Beekeepers Association


Dr. Allan Felsot, Washington State University, Food and Environmental Quality Laboratory

CNIPM and USGS_-- Results from an Invasive Plant Prediction Modeling Partnership

Dr. Elizabeth Bella, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

Tracking Phenological Changes to Plants in Response to Climate Change

Dr. Elena Sparrow, UAF School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences

Range Expansions, Recognition of, and When are Range Expansions Invasive

Dr. Matt Carlson, UAA Alaska Natural Heritage Program

Day Two Presentations:

Herbicide Fate

Dr. Allan Felsot, Washington State University, Food and Environmental Quality Laboratory

Invasive Plant Mangement of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

Dr. John Morton, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

Ecological Effects of European Bird Cherry in Anchorage Streams and Riparian Forests

Dave Roon, UAF Institue of Arctic Biology

Effect of Conspecific Density at Multiple Spatial Scales on the Reproductive Output of the Invasive Herb Linaria vulgaris (Mill) in its Native and Invasive Range

Laura Harrison, Institute of Integrative and Comparative Biology, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Perennial Sowthistle, Management in Delta Junction and Strategies for Other Areas

Phil Kaspari, UAF Cooperative Extension Service

Horticulture Industry Efforts to Address the Invasive Species Issue: A National Perspective

John Peter Thompson, National Agricultural Research Alliance

Quantifying and Identifying Weed Seed Contaminants in Crop Seed, Revegetation Seed, Wildflower Seed Mixes, and Bird Seed

Dr. Jeff Conn, USDA Agricultural Research Service

Weed Coordinators Around the State: ARRA Projects

Joan Hope and Blaine Spellman, Alaska Association of Conservation Districts

Update from the State

Gino Graziano, Alaska Division of Agriculture

Serving AKEPIC Data on the Web

Lindsey Flagstad, UAA Alaska Natural Heritage Program and Rob Bochenek, Axiom Consulting and Design

Update from the Yukon Territories: What Invasive Plants are Here, But Not in Alaska

Bruce Bennett, Yukon Invasive Species Council

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