Friday, August 7, 2009: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
PS 80 - Latebreaking: Climate Change
Bird species richness and abundance associated with water availability and climate in south-central Nebraska
Enrique H. Weir, Platte River Whooping Crane Maintenance Trust
Linking microbial community structure and function to seasonal differences in soil moisture and temperature in a Chihuahuan Desert grassland
Colin Bell, Texas Tech University, David Tissue, Texas Tech University, John Zak, Texas Tech University
The climate forcing from permafrost carbon release under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
Hanna Lee, University of Florida, Edward A. G. Schuur, University of Florida, Jason G. Vogel, University of Florida, Kanika S. Inglett, University of Florida, Jeffery P. Chanton, Florida State University
Toward a complete model of radial growth in Pinus edulis: the effects of CO2 and prior years
C. Susannah Tysor, Northern Arizona University, Amy V. Whipple, Northern Arizona University, George W. Koch, Northern Arizona University
Seasonality is critical to understanding the controls and budget of annual CO2 exchange in Arctic tundra ecosystems
Cheryl Laskowski, San Diego State University, Douglas Deutschman, San Diego State University, George Burba, LI-COR Biosciences, Walter Oechel, San Diego State University
Predator nematodes decline with long-term CO2 enrichment
Anita Antoninka, Northern Arizona University, Peter B. Reich, University of Minnesota, Nancy C Johnson, Northern Arizona University
The effects of short term temperature fluctuations on carbon balance and growth in poplar saplings
Sofia Cerasoli, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Timothy M. Wertin, University of Georgia, Mary Anne McGuire, University of Georgia, Doug Aubrey, University of Georgia, Robert O. Teskey, University of Georgia
Urban Tree Phenology: Teaching and learning ecology through public participation and research
Kirsten K. Meymaris, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Karl Clarke, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Dudley Hartel, U.S. Forest Service, Paul Alaback, University of Montana, Kay Havens, Chicago Botanic Garden, Jennifer Schwarz Ballard, Chicago Botanic Garden, Sandra Henderson, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
A tipping point for coral symbiosis: Non-linear response to environmental change may drive a rapid shift in coral symbionts
Thomas A. Oliver, Stanford University, Kevin R. Arrigo, Stanford University, Stephen R. Palumbi, Stanford University
Forecasting climate induced distribution shifts for the pinions and junipers of the Western US
Jacob R. Gibson, Utah State University, Thomas C. Edwards, Utah State University, Gretchen Moisen, United States Forest Service
Ecosystem responses to experimental warming and precipitation alteration in an arid ecosystem
Tamara J. Zelikova, USGS, Sasha C Reed, USGS, Jayne Belnap, USGS
Using dynamic energy budget models to predict climate change impacts on the reproductive success of female polar bears
Péter K. Molnár, University of Alberta, Mark, A. Lewis, University of Alberta, Andrew E. Derocher, University of Alberta, Tin Klanjscek, Ruđer Bošković Institute
Mechanisms controlling seedling establishment and growth across an elevational ecotone between deciduous and boreal forests
Carolyn A. Pucko, Department of Plant Biology, Brian Beckage, University of Vermont

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