Friday, August 6, 2010: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
PS 102 - Latebreaking: Forests
Forest root biomass and carbon stocks: Ecological and methodological influences
Richard K. Kobe, Michigan State University, Andrew O. Finley, Michigan State University, Andrea J. Maguire, Michigan State University
Maintaining ectomycorrhizal fungal diversity in managed coastal forests of British Columbia is variable retention forestry the answer?
John A. Trofymow, Natural Resources Canada, Renata Outerbridge, Natural Resources Canada
FERN phenology: Saccoloma moranii in a Costa Rican lowland rainforest 
Deedra K. McClearn, Organization for Tropical Biology
Breeding bird use of exotic vegetation in New Mexico riparian forests: Implications for a drying climate
D. Max Smith, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station and Oklahoma Biological Survey, Deborah M. Finch, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Katherine Brodhead, Centre for Wildlife Ecology, Simon Fraser University, Scott Stoleson, USDA Forest Service
Tree size is a stronger influence on fruit production than soil resources and neighborhood crowding in northern hardwood forests
David M. Minor, Michigan State University, Richard K. Kobe, Michigan State University
Biodiversity priority areas analysis for mammals in Yangtze basin, based sysematic coservation planning idea
Lu Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Zhiyun Ouyang, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Are natural enemies of common tropical seedlings more diverse than natural enemies of rare species
Benedicte Bachelot, Michigan State University, Richard K. Kobe, Michigan State University
Ecological stoichiometry and distribution of dominant woody species in a subtropical evergreen forest
Wenyan Dai, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science, Mei Yu, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras
Predicting changes in gallery forest community composition using fire resistance of tree species
Benjamin L. VanderWeide, Kansas State University, David C. Hartnett, Kansas State University
The fitter litter: European earthworms grow faster when dining on maple-oak litter than when the fare is European buckthorn
Richelle C. Caya, College of St. Benedict | St. John's University, D. Gordon Brown, College of St. Benedict | St. John's University
Comparative ecophysiology of Caribbean and mainland Neotropical trees
Adam R. Martin, University of Toronto, S. C. Thomas, University of Toronto, Saara J. DeWalt, Clemson University, Kalan L. Ickes, Clemson University, Elvis R. Stedman, Dominican Naturalists Association
Effects of Differential Brush Competition on Giant Sequoia and Mixed Conifer Associates in a Common Garden Trial
Christopher M. Valness, Humboldt State University
The roles of fire and landform in controlling stand dynamics of high elevation pine ecosystems in northeastern West Virginia
Lauren F. Howard, Arcadia University, Daniel Brophy, Arcadia University, Maria Stelacio, Arcadia University

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