Tuesday, August 7, 2007: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
J1, San Jose McEnery Convention Center
COS 20 - Aquatic-terrestrial linkages: Behavior to biogeochemistry
8:00 AMWhen your mates get the munchies: Cannibalism as a consequence of flood regime
Michelle J. Greenwood, University of Canterbury, Angus R. McIntosh, University of Canterbury
8:20 AMDistributions of amphibian assemblages of zero-order basins and their relationships to the landscape mosaic in the Mill Creek Watershed, Del Norte County, California
Hartwell H. Welsh, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research station, Garth R. Hodgson, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research station
8:40 AMRecovery of sub-alpine lake basin fauna following removal of introduced trout
Karen L. Pope, UC Davis, Sharon P. Lawler, UC Davis
9:00 AMRecognizing ditches as globally important interface ecosystems: An evaluation of their potential for mitigating anthropogenic impacts to receiving water bodies
Lynn V. Saunders, University of Florida, Thomas J. Saunders, University of Florida, Mark T. Brown, University of Florida
9:20 AMOld-growth riparian forest structure, the understory light environment, and periphyton production in low-order streams, Adirondack Mountains, NY
Jeremy P. Stovall, University of Vermont, William S. Keeton, University of Vermont, Clifford E. Kraft, Cornell University
9:40 AMBreak
9:50 AMEffects of landscape structure and prey availability on insectivorous bat foraging ecology
Elizabeth M. Hagen, Arizona State University, John L. Sabo, Arizona State University
10:10 AMWhen bears sit in the woods: Brown bear (Ursus arctos) feeding on salmon alters N cycling in riparian soils
Gordon W. Holtgrieve, University of Washington, Daniel E. Schindler, University of Washington, Peter K. Jewett, Stanford University

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