Monday, August 4, 2008: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 2 - Climate Change
First flowering dates in the northern Great Plains (1910-2008): Phenology and climate change associations
Kelsey L. Dunnell, North Dakota State University, O.a. Stevens, North Dakota State University, Steven E. Travers, North Dakota State University
Effects of elevated ozone on transmission and symptom severity of a generalist plant virus
Emily C. Pollina, Cornell University, Alison G. Power, Cornell University, Jed P. Sparks, Cornell University
The phenology of species interactions: The role of ontogeny, body size, and climate change
Volker H.W. Rudolf, Rice University, Louie H. Yang, University of California, Santa Barbara
Loblolly pine decline on Ft. Benning: An analysis of potential underlying causes
Harold Balbach, US Army ERDC, William J. Otrosina, USDA Forest Service, Pauline C. Spaine, USDA Forest Service, Shi-Jean S. Sung, USDA Forest Service
Demographic response of American ginseng to interannual climate variation
Kristen R. Hunter-Cevera, West Virginia University, Sara Souther, West Virginia University, James B. McGraw, West Virginia University
The role of host plant transitions in the performance of a locally adapted specialist butterfly
Jessica A. Keppel, University of Notre Dame, Shannon L. Pelini, University of Notre Dame, Jessica J. Hellmann, University of Notre Dame
Climate change induced hybridization leads to a host shift in a polyphagous butterfly
Rodrigo J. Mercader, Michigan State University, Matthew L. Aardema, Michigan State University, J. Mark Scriber, Michigan State University
Experimental determination of thresholds of tree mortality in response to global-change-type drought:  Accounting for root volume in transplant manipulations to facilitate cross-study comparisons
Henry D. Adams, University of Arizona, Chris B. Zou, Oklahoma State University, David D. Breshears, University of Arizona, Maite Guardiola, University of Arizona, Neil Cobb, Northern Arizona University, Travis E. Huxman, University of Arizona, Peter A. Troch, University of Arizona
Microbial community structure shifts in a multifactor climate change experiment
Emily E. Austin, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Hector F. Castro, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Aimee T. Classen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Christopher W. Schadt, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
How do extreme weather events affect native plant populations? A case study of spring frost damage in American ginseng
Sara Souther, West Virginia University, James B. McGraw, West Virginia University
Effect of climate change on soil enzymatic activity in an old field community
Melissa A. Cregger, University of Tennessee, Courtney E. Campany, University of Tennessee, Aimée T. Classen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Phenologies of midwestern prairies
Jarrod J. Morrice, Michigan State University
The effect of projected climate change on invasive Carduus nutans and Carduus acanthoides
Rui Zhang, The Pennsylvania State University, Katriona Shea, The Pennsylvania State University
Altered germination of agricultural weeds in response to precipitation variability
Todd M.P. Robinson, Michigan State University, Kay L. Gross, Michigan State University
Effect of climate change on the genotypic diversity of a dominant species, Andropogon gerardii
Meghan L. Avolio, Yale University, Melinda D. Smith, Yale University
Variation in physiological responses to freezing in a high latitude population of L. tridentata
Juliana S. Medeiros, University of New Mexico
Water availability mediates the effects of temperature and CO2 concentration on soil microbial community composition
Sharon B. Gray, Argonne National Laboratory, Aimée T. Classen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Paul Kardol, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Zhanna Yermakov, Argonne National Laboratory, R. Michael Miller, Argonne National Laboratory
Interactive effects of elevated CO2, warming, and water additions on the timing and rate of plant development in a mixed-grass prairie ecosystem
Melissa A. Reyes, Colorado State University, Joe M. Trlica, Colorado State University, Allan A. Andales, Colorado State University, Greg S. McMaster, USDA-ARS, Jack A. Morgan, USDA-ARS, Alan K. Knapp, Colorado State University
Plant and community responses to climate warming and nitrogen input timing in sub-alpine meadows
Zachary M. German, Colorado State University, Alan K. Knapp, Colorado State University
Impacts of global and regional climate on population dynamics of an endangered migratory bird
Karine C. Gil, Texas A&M University, William E. Grant, Texas A&M University, R. Douglas Slack, Texas A&M University, Enrique H. Weir, The Platte River Whooping Crane Maintenance Trust, Inc.
Is treeline moving up? Evidence from Colorado bristlecone pine (Pinus aristata)
Robert L. Sanford Jr., University of Denver, Erin J. Fleming, University of Denver, Cody L. Green, University of Denver, Amy M. Lyttle, University of Denver, Sara L. Newland, University of Denver, Jonathan R. Sexauer, University of Denver, Charlie M. Truettner, University of Denver
Impact of atmospheric change on community herbivory in a northern temperate forest
John J. Couture, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Timothy D. Meehan, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Richard L. Lindroth, University of Wisconsin
The role of population demography in modeling plant community dynamics under future climate scenarios
Sharon J. Martinson, University of California, Santa Cruz & Oregon State University, Michael E. Loik, University of California, Ronald P. Neilson, USDA Forest Service
Taking the pulse of our planet: The USA National Phenology Network
Mark Losleben, USA National Phenology Network, Jake F. Weltzin, USA National Phenology Network
Chemical changes in plants grown under enriched CO2 and O3 influence prairie vole (Microtus ochrogaster) growth
Viviana Loaiza, Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, Christopher Habeck, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Richard L. Lindroth, University of Wisconsin

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