Organized Oral Session

Monday, August 3, 2009

1:30 PM-5:00 PM
OOS 1 - Ecological Contributions to the International Polar Year (IPY): High Latitude Ecosystem Ecology in an Era of Global Change  
OOS 2 - Developing Ecological Knowledge for Sustainability Science: Representing Adaptive Behavior in Ecological Management Models  
OOS 3 - Missing Links in the Root-Soil Organic Matter Continuum  
OOS 4 - Plant Regulation of Xylem Hydraulic Conductivity at Multiple Scales: Recent Advances, Future Directions and Ecological Implications  
OOS 5 - Forest Canopy Ecology and the Sustainability of Forest Resources  
OOS 6 - Climate Change Science in Conservation Planning  
OOS 7 - Pulse of the Planet: Ecologists' Diagnosis and Treatment Recommendations for Global Sustainability - Public Policy Implications  
Tuesday, August 4, 2009

8:00 AM-11:30 AM
OOS 8 - Ecological Condition, Ecosystem Services and Human Well Being  
OOS 9 - Indicators of Regime Shifts in Ecological Systems  
OOS 10 - Ecological Research on Defense and Other Federal Lands  
OOS 11 - Physical-Ecological Linkages and Habitat Dynamics in Abandoned River Channels: Implications for River Corridor Management and Conservation  
OOS 12 - What's New Under the Sun? Photodegradation and Novel Drivers of Decompostion in Dryland Ecosystems  
OOS 13 - The Public Trust Doctrine: Where Ecology Meets Natural Resources Management  
OOS 14 - Species Interactions and Communities in the Context of Relatedness (1 of 2)  

1:30 PM-5:00 PM
OOS 15 - Special Series on Coupled Biogeochemical Cycles (1 of 3): Response of CBCs to Experimental Manipulations from the Plot- to Whole Ecosystem Scale  
OOS 16 - Linking data and theory in dendritic ecological networks: From ecological processes to rapid understanding  
OOS 17 - US National Vegetation Classification as a Tool for Sustainable Environmental Management and Conservation  
OOS 18 - Sustaining Freshwater Ecosystem Services: Adaptive Ecological and Social Responses to Climatic Changes  
OOS 19 - Analytical Methods in Phenology: Causes and Consequences of Phenological Variation Across Scales  
OOS 20 - Species Interactions and Communities in the Context of Relatedness (2 of 2)  
OOS 21 - Sustainable Cities: The Potential of Urban Regions for Advancing Ecology, Conservation and Education  
Wednesday, August 5, 2009

8:00 AM-11:30 AM
OOS 22 - Providing Ecological Knowledge to High Schools and Professional Organizations  
OOS 23 - Your Big Backyard Ecosystem: Lawns and Gardens as Foci for Understanding Urban Ecology and Sustainability  
OOS 24 - Integrating Science and Policy for Watershed Sustainability: Balancing Hydrological Services, Quality of Life, and Economic Vitality  
OOS 25 - Ecological Knowledge to Enhance Stewardship and Restoration of Sagebrush Steppe Communities  
OOS 26 - Special Series on Coupled Biogeochemical Cycles (2 of 3): Interactions Between CBC and Large-Scale Variations in Climate  

1:30 PM-5:00 PM
OOS 27 - Application of Molecular Knowledge of Microbes to Studies of Ecological Processes: Why the Integration is so Challenging  
OOS 28 - Projection Matrix Models: Investigating General Patterns in Plant Demography  
OOS 29 - Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function: Current Trends and Future Directions  
OOS 30 - Forest Sustainability Lessons and Future Directions: Twenty Years of Ecology in the Sierra Nevada  
OOS 31 - Evolutionary Ecology of Invertebrate Host-Parasite Interactions  
OOS 32 - Special Series on Coupled Biogeochemical Cycles (3 of 3): CBCs Over Time and Ecosystem Boundaries  
OOS 33 - Natural History: The Basis for Ecological Understanding and a Global Sustainable Society  
Thursday, August 6, 2009

8:00 AM-11:30 AM
OOS 34 - Disturbance Ecology, Biogeochemistry and Resilience: Three Decades of Inquiry  
OOS 35 - Roles of Ecological Science in Combating Global Change and Natural Disasters and Working Toward Sustainability of a Global Society: Lessons from China  
OOS 36 - Lidar Measures of Ecosystem Structure:  Implications for Biodiversity and Wildlife Habitat Modeling  
OOS 37 - Using Citizen Science to Rebuild Ecological Knowledge in Human Communities  
OOS 38 - Multifunctionality of Biodiversity  
OOS 39 - Integration of Science with Economic Valuation of Semi-Arid Riparian Ecosystems  

1:30 PM-5:00 PM
OOS 40 - Ecological Insights from Long-Term Research Plots in Tropical and Temperate Forests  
OOS 41 - Global Ecology in the 21st Century: Sustaining an Anthropogenic Biosphere  
OOS 42 - The Long-Term Response of Ecosystems to Simulated Global Change  
OOS 43 - Transcending Tradition to Understand and Model Complex Interactions in Ecology  
OOS 44 - Advances in Biochemical Methods for Studying Organic Matter Dynamics in an Ecological Context  
OOS 45 - Toward a Sustainable Future for the Middle Rio Grande Ecosystem  
Friday, August 7, 2009

8:00 AM-11:30 AM
OOS 46 - Animal Migration in a Changing Landscape  
OOS 47 - Bridging the Divide: Integrating Human Ecology and Ecology to Improve Research and Management  
OOS 48 - Effects of Winter Climate Change and Soil Frost on Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics in Terrestrial Ecosystems  
OOS 49 - Standards, Protocols, and Tools for Sharing Ecological Information: Data Interoperability on a Global Scale  
OOS 50 - Using Community and Ecosystem Knowledge to Inform Restoration Goals of Seabird-Dominated Ecosystems  
OOS 51 - Ecological, Social, and Economic Benefits of Agroforestry Systems in Rural Communities  

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