Southern California Botanists

Twentieth Annual Symposium

Saturday, October 22, 1994
Ruby Gerontology Center
California State University, Fullerton


8:00 ..... Registration, coffee, donuts, sale of native plants

9:00 ..... Joy Nishida, President, Southern California Botanists - Introduction

9:10 ..... Gary P. Bell, The Nature Conservancy, Temecula, CA - Giant Reed (Arundo donax) control in Southern California Riparian Systems: Dealing with a Process-altering System-level Invasive Weed

10:00 ..... Paul Arriola, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, University of California, Riverside - The Role of Weed-Crop Hybridization in the Evolution of a Noxious Introduced Weed

11:00 ..... Break and plant sale

11:10 ..... Elizabeth McClintock, Herbarium, University of California, Berkeley - Benign and Aggressive Plant Immigrants in California

12:00 ..... Lunch and plant sale

1:50 ..... Robert J. van de Hoek, Sylmar, CA - Alien Plant Invasions in a Fragmented Landscape: Case Studies from the Carrizo Plain Natural Area

2:40 ..... Paula Schiffman, Department of Biology, California State University Northridge - Exotics in a California Grassland: A Community Profile

3:30 ..... Closing Remarks

Cosponsored by the Department of Biology, California State University, Fullerton