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Training

Ecology and Impacts of Blue Gum Eucalyptus in Coastal California

Date

Thursday, June 3, 2004
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Moss Landing
Lunch will be provided

COST: FREE

REGISTRATION FOR THIS PROGRAM IS CLOSED


Instructor Information

Susie Fork
Research Biologist
Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

Anna Kopitov
Resource Ecologist
Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment

Jason Nicholson
Student
Cabrillo College

David Suddjian
Consulting Wildlife Biologist

Eric Van Dyke
Geographical Ecologist
Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

Diana Wakimoto
Student
Unicersity of California, Santa Cruz

Stuart Weiss
Chief Scientist
Creekside Center for Earth Observation

Contact

Grey Hayes
grey@elkhornslough.org
(831) 274-8700

Sponsors

Description

See also: Blue Gum Eucalyptus, Maintaining Biodiversity

On June 3rd, 2004, the Coastal Training Program and the California Invasive Plant Council co-sponsored a workshop entitled "Ecology and Impacts of Blue Gum Eucalyptus in Coastal California." The workshop was designed to provide agencies, scientists, and land managers with the latest information on the invasive, non-native tree species, Eucalyptus globulus globulus. Below you will find links to information presented as part of this workshop. If you would like to borrow or purchase a copy of a videotape or a CD of some of the PowerPoint presentations of the workshop, contact Grey Hayes.

Documents and Publications

DOCUMENT AUTHOR / SOURCE
WORKSHOP MATERIALS
Agenda: Ecology and Impacts of Blue Gum Eucalyptus in Coastal California
PDF, 40KB


Conference Notes: Birds and Eucalyptus on the Central California Coast: A Love - Hate Relationship.
PDF, 26KB
D. Suddjian

2004
Contact List: Ecology and Impacts of Blue Gum Eucalyptus in Coastal California
PDF, 16KB


Poster: Diversifying understory vegetation in Eucalyptus forests. Golden Gate National Recreation Area
PDF, 304KB
Strathman, Katrina, Rahman, Johanna, and Hamingson, Ellen

2004
Poster: Monarch butterfly use of eucalyptus and native trees during winter months in central coastal California
PDF, 225KB
Stock, Sarah, Thorngate, Nelli, Griffiths, Jessica

2004
Presentation: Allelopathic Influences of Oak and Eucalyptus on the Vegetation of the Elkhorn Slough.
PDF, 364KB
Nicholson, Jason

2004
Presentation: Arthropod diversity in native and exotic woodlands.
PDF, 2.3MB
S. Fork

2004
Presentation: Blue gum eucalyptus in the Elkhorn Watershed: 1930 - present.
PDF, 3.5MB
E. Van Dyke

2004
Presentation: Comparative Ecological Value of Coastal Live Oak and Australian Blue Gum Woodlands.
PDF, 307KB
Kopitov, Anna

2004
Presentation: Introductory remarks on the Comparison of Communities found in Eucalyptus vs. oak groves in central California.
PDF, 136KB
Wasson, Kerstin

2004
Presentation: Oak, Eucalyptus, and Singing Birds.
PDF, 290KB
Wakimoto, Diana

2004
PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Equal diversity in disparate species assemblages: a comparison of native and exotic woodlands in California.
PDF, 305KB
Sax, Dov F
Global Ecology & Biogeography 11: 49-57
2002
Impact: toward a framework for understanding the ecological effects of invaders.
PDF, 112KB
I.M. Parker, D. Simberloff , W.M. Lonsdale, K. Goodell, M. Wonham, P.M. Kareiva, M.H. Williamson, B. Von Holle, P.B. Moyle, J.E. Byers & L. Goldwasser
Biological Invasions, 1: 3-19
1999
The portability of foodweb dynamics: reassembling an Australian eucalypt-psyllid-bird association within California
PDF, 114KB
Julie L. Lockwood and James J. Gilroy
Global Ecology and Biogeography. 13: 445-450
2004
OTHER INFORMATION
Bibliography: Blue Gum Eucalyptus
PDF, 13KB
Coastal Training Program and California Invasive Plant Council
Coastal Training Program
2005

Questions and Answers

Submit a question on this subject and we'll provide an answer. grey@elkhornslough.org