Tuesday, August 3, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 48 - Statistics
Leaf/wood traits trade-off in a subtropical forest in the southwest of China
Xuefei Li, University of Zuerich, Bernhard Schmid, University of Zürich
Relative information contributions of NEE vs. biometric data to constraints of short-term forecasts of forest carbon dynamics
Xiaolei Yan, University of Oklahoma, Ensheng Weng, The University of Oklahoma, Yiqi Luo, University of Oklahoma
Analysis of noisy multi-species time-series data using multivariate state-space models
E. E. Holmes, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Eric Ward, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Brice Semmens, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Kevin See, University of Washington
CANCELLED - Regime shift in gross ecosystem exchange at Harvard Forest
Lingyun Wu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Jingyong Zhang, Auburn University
Indicator species analysis as an approach for identifying soil microarthropod bioindicator taxa in ecosystem monitoring
Katherine P. O'Neill, Roanoke College, Harry W. Godwin, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Aida Jimenez-Esquilin, Mountain State University, Jeffrey Battigelli, Earthworks Research
How often are ecologists wrong?  Lindley’s paradox in ecology
Ed Green, Rutgers University, Kenneth J. Elgersma, Rutgers University

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