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Project ID: 02-S-03

Year: 2002

Date Started: 08/05/2002

Date Completed: 10/06/2004

Title: Fire and Invasive Plant Ecology and Management: The Need for Integration to Effectively Restore Ecosystems ESA/SER Symposium

Project Proposal Abstract: This is a proposal soliciting support for a symposium on the inter-relationships between fire and invasive plants. This symposium is scheduled for 1:00-4:30 PM, 6 August 2002, in Tucson, Arizona, as a special session of the joint meeting of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) and the Society for Ecological Restoration (SER). We are specifically requesting $5,000 for participant support, which will allow us to include some of the leading fire and invasive species researchers in this symposium and in the publication that we will produce following the meeting.

Principal Investigator: Matthew L. Brooks

Agency/Organization: USGS-Geological Survey

Branch or Dept: WERC-Yosemite Field Station


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Matthew L. Brooks

USGS-Geological Survey

WERC-Yosemite Field Station


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("Results presented in JFSP Final Reports may not have been peer-reviewed and should be interpreted as tentative until published in a peer-reviewed source.")

  ID Type Title
    2489 Journal Article Effects of Invasive Alien Plants on Fire Regimes
    2775 Journal Article Effects of Invasive Alien Plants on Fire Regimes
    2749 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Introduction and Brief History of Fire and Invasive Plant Ecology and Management
    2750 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire and Other Forms of Disturbance: Are They Similar and Do They Have the Same Effects on Invasive Species?
    2751 Conference/Symposia/Workshop The Role of Fire in Promoting Plant Invasions
    2752 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire Regimes Changed by Exotic Plants
    2753 Conference/Symposia/Workshop A General Conceptual Model of the Interactions Between Invasives and Fire: Current Status and Future Directions
    2754 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire as a Component of Integrated Pest Management
    2755 Conference/Symposia/Workshop The Need to Integrate Fire and Invasive Species in Research and Management Plans
    5632 Conference/Symposia/Workshop When Restoring Fire to Ecosystems, Can Dominance of Invasive Plants be Minimized?

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