Friday, August 7, 2009: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
PS 95 - Latebreaking: Urban Ecosystems
Dissolved organic matter supply and processing in urban streams of Westchester County, NY
Jennifer L. Epstein, Fordham University, John D. Wehr, Fordham University
Lichen distribution across a landscape gradient as an indicator of air pollution and habitat alteration
Bryan E. Dolney, Point Park University, Matthew R. Opdyke, Point Park University, Laura Frost, Point Park University
Patterns of invasive woody trees in a tropical urban forest: Implications for land management and ecosystem services
Christina L. Staudhammer, University of Florida, Francisco Escobedo, University of Florida, Min Zhao, 1 Shanghai Normal University 2 World Forestry Center
Coleopteran assemblages of remnant forests, gardens, and vacant lots in Detroit
Julie Cotton, University of Michigan
Environmental pollution impact on public health in Enugu, Nigeria
Godfrey Uzochukwu, North Carolina A&T State University
The urban ecology of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) in Calgary, Alberta
Joanna L. Coleman, University of Calgary
Stormwater retention by a Baltimore greenroof and watershed-scale implications
Olyssa Starry, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Richard V. Pouyat, USDA Forest Service

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