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Instructor Handouts and Suggested Resources




Monday


Department of Defense Welcome

Pete Egan, US Department of Defense

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Invasive Species Biology and Ecology in a Landscape Context

Sarah Reichard, University of Washington

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Department of Defense Management of Invasive Species

Valerie Vartanian, NAVFAC Southwest

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Climate Change and Invasive Species: Case Studies on Climate Change Adaptations

Jeff Dukes, Purdue University

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Invasive Insects and Pathogens in the Northwest US: Pest Pathways, Prevention, Impacts, and Management

Mark Hitchcox and Gary Brown, USDA–APHIS

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Tuesday


Assessing an Invasive Species Situation: Inventory, Survey, and Mapping

Kim Edvarchuk, Utah State University

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Adaptive Management Framework: Strategies and Priorities

Mandy Tu

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The "Path–ology" of Invasion: Managing Vectors

Paul Heimowitz, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific Region

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Early Detection Rapid Response Strategies and Some Weeds To Know

Tania Siemens, Oregon Sea Grant, Oregon State University

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Wednesday (field trip)


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Thursday

Management of Invasive Plants: Control Tools and Techniques

Steve Manning, Invasive Plant Control, Inc.

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Developing Bid Specifications for Invasive Plant Control Work

Steve Manning, Invasive Plant Control, Inc.

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Missouri River Watershed Coalition EDDMapS Program

Liz Galli-Noble, Center for Invasive Species Management

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Combating Invasive Species

La Donna Carlisle, USDI Bureau of Indian Affairs

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Coordinating Aquatic (and other) Invasive Species Partnerships at the Regional and National Scale

Paul Heimowitz, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific Region

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