California Native Plant Society 2018 Conference Video Archive
(Themes P=Plant Science C=Conservation H-Horticulture)

P Current Research (Student Session) - Part 1 Plant Response to the Anthropocene
Annaliese Ayers, Cal Poly SLO: Resurveying Yosemite alpine plant communities after six years of drought
Jessie Godfrey, UC Davis: Surviving Dormancy: 2750m of elevation in the Sierra Nevada
Laura Schultheis, UCSB: Drought, fungi, and death in Arctostaphylos glauca (Ericaceae)
Katherine Ross, UCSC: Physiological sensitivity to historic drought and deluge years for eastern Sierra Nevada conifers
Stephanie Saffouri, SF State U: Biotic filters shaping Limonium (Plumbaginaceae) invasion in San Francisco Bay salt marshes

P Current Research (Student Session) - Part 2 Friends and Enemies: Symbiosis & Competition
Beth Morrison, Stanford: Plant-pollinator interactions: Using native plants to boost plant-pollinator interaction diversity in agricultural landscapes
Gaurav S. Kandlikar, UCLA: Functional traits and the drivers of plant species coexistence across a heterogeneous landscape
Jenna Braun, York University, Toronto: Spatial association patterns of foundational plants in the east Mojave Desert

P Session 4: Managing Lands for Native Plant Conservation, Part 1 - Expect the Unexpected
Ileene Anderson, Ctr Biological Diversity: Just when you think you have those rare plants protected...
Mike Vandeman, Berkeley: The impacts of mountain biking on plants - a review of the literature
Peter Satin, York University, Toronto: Spatial association patterns of foundational plants in the east Mojave Desert

P Session 4: Managing Lands for Native Plant Conservation, Part 2 - SoCal Focus
Jessie Vinje, Cons Bio Inst: Inspect and manage: A regional and collaborative approach to monitoring rare plant species in San Diego County
Kristine Preston, USGS: San Diego County regional rare plant management and monitoring program
Sophie Parker1, TNC: Botanical discoveries inform riparian conservation in southern California
Sula Vanderplank, Jardín Botánico San Quintín: Conservation efforts in northwest Baja California
Tony Bomkamp, Rancho Mission Viejo: Preliminary results of an adaptive management experiment for many-stemmed dudleya (D. multicaulis [

 


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