PS 56 Paleoecology

Wednesday, August 5, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
Impacts of Climate and Landform on Boreal Forest Fire Regimes over the last 6000 years
Carolyn M. Barrett, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Benjamin Clegg, University of Illinois; Philip E. Higuera, Montana State University; Feng Sheng Hu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Recurrent fires and gallery forest-savanna history inferred from a paleoecological record of Gran Sabana, Venezuela
Alejandra V. Leal, Universidad Simón Bolívar; Bibiana A. Bilbao, Universidad Simón Bolívar; Juan C. Berrio, University of Leicester
A comparative study of testate amoebae and δ13C of Sphagnum as surface-moisture proxies in Alaskan peatlands
Erin R. Markel, Lehigh University; Robert K. Booth, Lehigh University; Joan M. Ramage, Lehigh University
Antiquity and turnover of North American terrestrial ecosystems: Multivariate and ROC analyses of North American pollen data
Yao Liu, University of Wyoming; Simon C. Brewer, University of Wyoming; Stephen T. Jackson, University of Wyoming
A Taphonomic perspective on the late holocene biogeography of freshwater mussels in north Texas
Charles R. Randklev, University of North Texas; Steve Wolverton, University of North Texas; James H. Kennedy, University of North Texas
Paul Sears and the development of palynology, a field central to understanding climate and vegetation change: An example of chance and the prepared mind
Juliana C. Mulroy, Denison University; Sally L. White, N/A; Linda C. K. Shane, University of Minnesota (retired); Thomas W. Mulroy, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Carpinteria CA
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