Talks

  • Iacona, G. D., F.D. Price, P.R. Armsworth. (2012) 
  • Predicted in
  • vadedness of protected areas varies across species but is independent of funding.
  •  Presentation at The Ecological Society of Australia Annual Meeting, Melbourne, Victoria. AU

  • Iacona, G. D., F.D. Price, P.R. Armsworth. (2012) 
  • How does site invadedness relate to fund
  • ing for invasive plant treatment?
  •  Presentation at The Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, OR

  • Iacona, G. D., F.D. Price, P.R. Armsworth. (2011) What determines the invadedness of protected areasPresentation at The Natural Areas Conference, Tallahassee, FL

  • Iacona, G. D., F.D. Price, P.R. Armsworth. (2011) Can we predict the cost of invasion in a protected area? Presentation at the Student Conference on Conservation Science, New York, NY

  • Price, F., and G Iacona.* (2009) The Florida Invasive Plant Geodatabase Project. Presentation at the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council Annual Conference, Delray Beach, FL  (* presented talk)

  • Iacona, G., L. K. Kirkman, and E. M. Bruna. 2008. Seedling Recruitment as a Driver of Species Richness in the Longleaf Pine Savanna. Presentation at the J.W. Jones Ecological Research Center Seminar Series. Newton, GA.

  • Iacona, G., L. K. Kirkman, and E. M. Bruna. 2007. Seedling Recruitment and Understory Species Diversity in the Longleaf Pine Savanna.  Presentation at the Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference. University of Central Florida.
     
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