COS 56 - Climate Change II

Wednesday, August 10, 2011: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
6B, Austin Convention Center
8:00 AM
The impact of elevated CO2 in combination with increased temperature on Japanese beetle herbivory
Olivia K. Niziolek, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign; Clare L. Casteel, University of Illinois; Evan H. DeLucia, Institute for Genomic Biology
8:20 AM
8:40 AM
Site differences in growth response of Quercus myrtifolia to climate
Tammy E. Foster, Innovative Health Applications; Paul A. Schmalzer, Innovative Health Applications; G. A. Fox, University of South Florida
9:00 AM
Seasonal variation in the temperature sensitivity of soil nitrogen transformations in New England forests
John E. Drake, University of Western Sydney; Adrien C. Finzi, Boston University
9:20 AM
What do mechanistic models of carbon starvation tell us about spatial patterns of drought related forest mortality: A case study of Ponderosa Pine dieback in New Mexico. 
Christina Tague, University of Calfornia, Santa Barbara; Craig D. Allen, Fort Collins Science Center, Jemez Mountains Field Station; Nate McDowell, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
Short-term metabolic response of sugar maple roots to soil warming
Mickey P. Jarvi, Michigan Technological University; Andrew J. Burton, Michigan Technological University
10:10 AM
A rules-based model to predict shrub thicket expansion on Atlantic coast barrier islands
Donald R. Young, Alaska Department of Fish and Game; Dan Resler, Virginia Commonwealth University
10:50 AM
An innovative approach to regenerate marginal or mine reclaimed land, support biodiversity, and generate multiple benefits through integrated earth stewardship plan
Nina Sengupta, The Wilds, OH, USA & Auroville, Tamil Nadu, India; Evan S. Blumer, The Wilds, OH & New Harvest Ventures, Gahana, OH, USA; Nicole D. Cavender, The Morton Arboretum; David Wilhelm, New Harvest Ventures, OH, USA
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