Tuesday, August 3, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 40 - Wetland Systems
Tree species identity affects amphibian abundance in forest pond habitats
Paula O. Castello, University of Missouri, Julia E. Earl, University of Missouri, Raymond D. Semlitsch, University of Missouri
Nutrient enrichment effects on invasive aquatic plants and invertebrate herbivores
Maria Magdalena Meza-Lopez, Rice University, Evan Siemann, Rice University
Nitrogen dynamics in an urban constructed wetland located in south-central, New York
Miranda A. Kearney, State University of New York - Binghamton, Weixing Zhu, State University of New York - Binghamton
The influence of environmental factors on vascular plant assemblages in created and natural vernal pools in southwestern New York (USA)
Jaime B. Jones, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Donald J. Leopold, SUNY- College of Environmental Science and Forestry, John C. Stella, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Solar UV inhibits and promotes decomposition of standing dead litter in a southern marsh ecosystem
Mark A. Tobler, Loyola University, David A. White, Loyola University, Paul W. Barnes, Loyola University
Relationship between structural and functional vegetation characteristics in three wetlands created in the Piedmont region of Virginia
Suzanne Dee, George Mason University, Changwoo Ahn, George Mason University
The influence of urbanization and canopy cover on vernal pool biophysical conditions and breeding amphibian communities in Northern Alabama  
Esther Morales-Vega, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, Timothy Baldwin, Alabama A&M University, Yong Wang, Alabama A&M University
Allochthonous litter leachates of the invasive amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii) in aquatic systems: Oxygen-binding proteins?
Stephanie J. Hayes, Northern Kentucky University, Richard D. Durtsche, Northern Kentucky University
MOVED TO THURS, PS 171 - Diversity of plants, birds, and mosquitoes in urban wetland patches: Do correlations among diversity components  affect potential dilution of disease risk for West Nile Virus?
Joan G. Ehrenfeld, Rutgers University, Michael V.K. Sukhdeo, Rutgers University, Nellie Tsipoura, New Jersey Audubon Society, Kristin Mylecraine, New Jersey Audubon Society, Laura Shappell, Rutgers University, Brian J. Johnson, Rutgers, The State University

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