Monthly PRISM Call Presentation Recordings

Using Conservation Dogs to Detect Invasive Species in New York State (February 2020)

Dr. Linda Rohleder, Director of Land Stewardship, New York – New Jersey Trail Conference & Coordinator, Lower Hudson PRISM

Using Risk Analysis to Prioritize Management and Prevent Biological Invasions in Florida’s Natural Areas (January 2020)

Dr. Deah Lieurance, Extension Scientist, Agronomy Department, University of Florida

Moving Beyond Prioritization: A Tool for Informing Invasive Species Management in New York (November 2019)

Dr. Jen Price Tack, Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University

The Spread of Invasive Ticks & Mosquitoes in New York State (October 2019)

Dr. James Burtis, Postdoctoral Associate, Northeast Regional Center for Excellence in Vector-Borne Diseases
Talya Shragai, PhD Candidate, Cornell University

Invasive Land Snails & Slugs of New York State (September 2019)

Marla Coppolino, Research Associate, Paleontological Research Institute and Delaware Museum of Natural History


Upcoming PRISM Call Presentations

PRISM Calls are scheduled for the last Wednesday of each month. Our next call will be Wednesday, January 29th at 11am.  View the Spring 2020 Call Schedule.

Cornell Cooperative Extension In-service 

2018 Presentations

2017 Presentations

2016 Presentations

2015 Presentations


Videos and Webinars

Spotted Lanternfly:  State of the Science Webinar (NYISAW 2019)

Drs. Miriam Cooperband (USDA APHIS), Julie Urban (Penn State University) and Eric Clifton (Cornell University)

An Update of Biocontrol of Phragmites australis (May 2019)

Dr. Bernd Blossey, Associate Professor, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University

An Update on Water Chestnut Biocontrol (January 2019)

Dr. Bernd Blossey, Associate Professor, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University

Invasive Earthworms: Impacts & Management (NISAW 2018)

Dr. Andrea Davalos, Assistant Professor, SUNY Cortland & Dr. Annise Dobson, Postdoctoral Associate, Yale University

What the New Invasive Species Regulations Mean for Ornamental Horticulture

Chris Logue, Director, Division of Plant Industry, New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets

Native plant alternatives to Norway maple, burning bush, barberries, and other invasive plant species

Dr. Donald Leopold, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry