PS 78 Latebreaking: Biodiversity

Friday, August 7, 2009: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
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The Biodiversity Heritage Library: An expanding international collaboration
Constance A. Rinaldo, Harvard University; Catherine Norton, Marine Biological Laboratory/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
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Ecological principles underpin a national approach to biodiversity conservation under climate change in Australia
Patricia A. Werner, Australian National University; Will Steffen, Australian National University; Andrew M. Burbidge, WA Department of Environment and Conservation; Lesley Hughes, Macquarie University; Roger L. Kitching, Griffith University; David B. Lindenmayer, Australian National University; Warren Musgrave, University of New England; Mark Stafford Smith, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
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Epiphyte biodiversity and the coffee agricultural matrix: Canopy stratification and distance to forest fragments
Leigh C. Moorhead, University of Toledo; Stacy M. Philpott, University of Toledo; Peter Bichier, University of Toledo
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Effects of dragonfly colonization history on the biodiversity of aquatic communities
Natalie A. Amoroso, East Carolina University; David R. Chalcraft, East Carolina University
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Spatial variation in organic matter and soil biota in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica
J. E. Barrett, Virginia Tech; David W. Hopkins, University of Stirling; Ian D. Hogg, University of Waikato; S. Craig Cary, University of Waikato
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Populating the new National Vegetation Classification Standard:  Grand Canyon Vegetation
Michael J.C. Kearsley, National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park; Marion S. Reid, NatureServe; Chris Lea, National Park Service
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Temporal and spatial patterns in bat activity along two desert streams
Shannon L. Nalley, Arizona State University; Elizabeth M Hagen, Arizona State University; John L Sabo, Arizona State University
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Chemical identity predicts carbon mineralization and non-additive effects of leaf mixtures
Kimberly Y. Epps, University of Florida; Nicholas B. Comerford, IFAS North Florida Research and Education Center; James B. Reeves III, USDA-ARS EMBUL; Wendell P. Cropper Jr., University of Florida
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