Direct Disturbance and its Effects on Invasion (Wednesday's class):
- "Disturbance, Diversity and Invasion: Implications for Conservation." by Richard J. Hobbs and Laura F. Huenneke. (1992) Conservation Biology. 6(3) pp. 324-337. [must be on campus or logged on with library barcode to access]
- "The role of spatial and temporal scale in colonization and spread of invasive shrubs in early successional habitats" by Vanessa S. Johnson, John A. Litvaitis, Thomas D. Lee and Serita D. Frey. (2006) Forest Ecology and Management. 228 pp. 124-134. [must be on campus or logged on with library barcode to access]
Also, come to class prepared to discuss the implications disturbance has had or is having on your adopted species.