Wednesday, August 4, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 49 - Community Disturbance and Recovery
Effects of forest edges on population dynamics in a successional system
Kimberly A. Lang, Eastern Illinois University, Scott J. Meiners, Eastern Illinois University
Effects of tornado damage and salvage logging on sapling recruitment in an upland oak-shortleaf pine forest in Mississippi
Jeffery B. Cannon, University of Mississippi, J. Stephen Brewer, University of Mississippi
Transient and asymptotic dynamics of pioneer plant populations in a Costa Rican cloud forest
K. Greg Murray, Hope College, John. E. Drake, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Aaron J. Garoutte, Hope College, Krista M. Stanton, Hope College, J. Mauricio Garcia-C., Organización para Estudios Tropicales
Hurricane wrack facilitates high biodiversity in coastal pine savanna groundcover
Dwayne Joseph, Grambling State University, Skyla Duncan, Grambling State University, Bill Platt, Louisiana State University
Hurricane wrack facilitates resilient and resistant species in coastal pine savanna groundcover
Skyla Duncan, Grambling State University, Dwayne Joseph, Grambling State University, Bill Platt, Louisiana State University
Effects of common disturbances on early-successional plant communities on Eleuthera Island, Bahamas
Claire C. Larkin, Miami University, Charles Kwit, Miami University, Joseph M. Wunderle Jr., USDA Forest Service, Eileen H. Helmer, USDA Forest Service, M. Henry H. Stevens, Miami University, Montara T.K. Roberts, University of Minnesota, David N. Ewert, The Nature Conservancy
The effect of clipping height on two C3 and two C4 grasses native to the Bluegrass Ash-Oak Savanna
Jann E. Fry, University of Kentucky, Chris Fenzel, University of Kentucky
Recovery of ground cover vegetation and fine fuels following silvicultural treatments in a longleaf pine forest: Preliminary results of a long-term ecological forestry study
Melanie J. Kaeser, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, L. Katherine Kirkman, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, Robert J. Mitchell, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
Fire and hardwood regeneration in central Texas
Christina M. Andruk, University of Texas at Austin, Norma L. Fowler, University of Texas at Austin
A comparison of seasonal post-fire vegetation growth trends in sagebrush systems using MODIS data
Gretchen A. Meier, USGS
Macroinvertebrate community changes following a Pennsylvania dam removal
Donna M. Zingaro, Youngstown State University, Felicia P. Armstrong, Youngstown State University, Thomas P. Diggins, Youngstown State University
Recruitment and Dominance of Quercus rubra and Quercus alba in a previous Oak-Chestnut Forest from the 1980s to 2008
Miranda D. Redmond, University of Colorado, Boulder, Rebecca B. Wilbur, University of Virginia, Henry M. Wilbur, University of Virginia
Relationship between soil surface heterogeneity and the plant community in burned and unburned sagebrush steppe
Amber N. Hoover, Idaho State University, Matthew J. Germino, Idaho State University, Nancy F. Glenn, Idaho State University, Joel B. Sankey, Idaho State University
Forest recovery on abandoned farms of the Añasco river watershed of western Puerto Rico
Braulio A. Quintero, State University of New York- College of Environmental Science and Forestry

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