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Heather Braun, Katherine Hollins (Great Lakes Commission): A new paper was recently published showcasing the use of the collective impact framework to guide the Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative (GLPC).
Keith Clay Zackery R. C. Shearin Kimberly A. Bourke Wesley A. Bickford Kurt P. Kowalski Biological Invasions 18(9) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-016-1137-y | Published online April 2016 Abstract Plant–microbial interactions may play a key role in plant...
Evaluation of the functional roles of fungal endophytes of Phragmites australis from high saline and low saline habitats
Marcos Antônio Soares, Hai-Yan Li, Kurt P. Kowalski, Marshall Bergen, Mónica S. Torres, James Francis White Biological Invasions 18(9), pp. 2703-2716 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-016-1137-y| Published online April 4, 2016 Abstract Plant–microbial interactions...
Fungal endophytes from seeds of invasive, non-native Phragmites australis and their potential role in germination and seedling growth
Zackery R. C. Shearin Matthew Filipek Rushvi Desai Wesley A. Bickford Kurt P. Kowalski Keith Clay Plant and Soil (forthcoming issue) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-017-3241-x | Published online April 1, 2017 Abstract Background and aims We characterized fungal...
Abram DaSilva and Kurt Kowalski (USGS), Danielle Haak and Clint Moore (University of Georgia): Adaptive management is a type of structured decision-making that confronts and potentially reduces management uncertainty of a particular problem (Figure 1). This strategy is appropriate for managers who are able to address a problem, but must deal with uncertainty about the effectiveness of a variety of possible solutions.