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Tamarisk Symposium
September 26 & 27, 2001
Holiday Inn - Grand Junction, CO
Sponsored by:
Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Upper Colorado River Ecosystem Team
Colorado Weed Management Association
The Tamarisk Coalition
The Tamarisk Symposium is partially funded by a grant from
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Pulling Together Initiative
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Speaker Title
Abstract
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation
Additional Notes
George Beck, Ph.D.,
Professor Bioag Sciences and Pest Management, Colorado State University
Integrated Management Strategies for Saltcedar Control
N/A
David Cooper, Ph.D.,
Research Scientist, Department of Earth Resources, Colorado State University
Timing of Tamarisk Invasion in the Upper Colorado River Basin, and its Effects on Floodplain Formation and Riparian Vegetation
N/A
N/A
C. Jack DeLoach,
Ph.D., Research Entomologist, USDA, ARS, Grassland/Soil/Water Research Laboratory
Progress in Bio-Control of Saltcedar: Potential Control Agents, Tests of the Leaf Beetle Diorhabda elongata, Expected Control and Ecological Effects
N/A
N/A
Curt Deuser,
Restoration Biologist, National Park Service
Tamarisk Control and Site Recovery
N/A
N/A
Debra Eberts,
Botanist, Bureau of Reclamation
Bio-Control of Saltcedar in Colorado
N/A
N/A
Douglas N. Gladwin, Ph.D.,
Research Biologist, Midcontinential Ecological Science Center, U.S. Geological Survey
Vegetation Response Following Garlon 4 Herbicide Application to Saltcedar as an Emulator of Biological Control
N/A
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Thomas E. Kolb. Ph.D.
Associate Professor Forestry Ecophysiology, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University
Water Use of Tamarisk and Native Riparian Trees
N/A
N/A
Kenneth D. Lair, Ph.D.,
Research Botanist, Restoration Ecologist, Ecological Research and Investigations Group, Bureau of Reclamation
Experimental Revegetation Strategies and Technologies for Restoration of Native Shrub/Grass Plant Communities on Saltcedar Infestation Sites
N/A
N/A
Tim Playford,
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Pulling Together Initiative Grant Review Committee
Weed Project Funding Options
N/A
N/A
Curtis Swift, Ph.D.,
Horticulture Agent, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
Tamarisk Physiology: A Primer
N/A
Larry White,
Wildlife Biologist
Bureau of Reclamation
Wildlife Monitoring at Saltcedar Leaf Beetle Release Sites in Pueblo County, Colorador
N/A

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