Monday, August 2, 2010

1:30 PM-5:00 PM
SYMP 1 - All You Need to Know is... : Advice from Theorists on Managing Ecosystems in a Changing Climate  
SYMP 2 - Where's the Carbon? Increasing Public Understanding of Global Warming with Improved College Science Education  
SYMP 3 - Environmental Scientists as Effective Advocates: Above the Din but in the Fray  
Tuesday, August 3, 2010

8:00 AM-11:30 AM
SYMP 4 - Environmental Impacts of MountainTop Removal-Valley Fill Coal Mining  
SYMP 5 - Contributions of Citizen Science to Our Understanding of Ecological Responses to Climate Change  
SYMP 6 - Extreme Climatic Events: Perspectives on their Ecological Role and Approaches for Future Research  

1:30 PM-5:00 PM
SYMP 7 - Does Biology (physiology, ecology, evolution) Matter in Predicting How S+pecies’ Distributions Will Respond to Climate Change?  
SYMP 8 - Ecosystem Threshold Responses to Global Warming: Key Dynamics and Management and Policy Implications  
SYMP 9 - Urban Ecosystems as Socio-Ecological Centers of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation  
Wednesday, August 4, 2010

8:00 AM-11:30 AM
SYMP 10 - Planetary Stewardship and the MAHB  
SYMP 11 - Ecological Responses to Abrupt Climate Changes: Looking Back to See Ahead  
SYMP 12 - ENSO in the Galapagos: A Model System for Studying Ecological Effects of Climate Change in the Ocean  

1:30 PM-5:00 PM
SYMP 13 - The Gate-Keepers in a Changing World: Integrating Microbial Diversity with Global Change Biology  
SYMP 14 - A Celebration and Exploration of Joseph H. Connell’s Conceptual and Empirical Influence, Inspiration, and Legacy in Ecological Research and Education  
SYMP 15 - Climate and Justice: Exploring Equity through Land, Water and Culture  
Thursday, August 5, 2010

8:00 AM-11:30 AM
SYMP 16 - Towards a General Theory for How Climate Change will affect Infectious Disease  
SYMP 17 - Pondering the Future by Peering into the Past: Integrating Paleoecology and Contemporary Research to Predict Grassland and Shrubland Responses to Climate Change  
SYMP 18 - Global Warming, Smallholder Agriculture And Environmental Justice: Making Critical Connections  

1:30 PM-5:00 PM
SYMP 19 - Socioecological Adaptations to Climate Change.  
SYMP 20 - Legacy Effects and Material Fluxes:  Climatic and Human Forcings to the Landscape  
SYMP 21 - Landscape Planning, Species Ranges, and Climate Change  
Friday, August 6, 2010

8:00 AM-11:30 AM
SYMP 22 - Alternative Approaches to the Study of Global Warming Effects on Natural Communities  
SYMP 23 - Marine Ecosystem Services: Connecting the Dots for Marine Spatial Planning  
SYMP 24 - “Revolutionary Ecology: Multidisciplinary and Multimedia approaches to Cooling the Planet”  

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