COS 2 - Phenology

Monday, August 8, 2011: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
Ballroom F, Austin Convention Center
1:30 PM
Regional scale budburst and senescence modeling based on meteorological records and remote sensing observations
Xi Yang, Brown University; John, F. Mustard, Brown University; Jianwu Tang, Marine Biological Laboratory
1:50 PM
Assessing climate change impacts on biodiversity in Ohio:  Evidence from herbarium records for state-wide shifts in flowering phenology
Kellen M. Calinger, The Ohio State University; Peter S. Curtis, The Ohio State University
2:10 PM
USA National Phenology Monitoring System: Enhancements for reporting phenophase intensity and abundance
Ellen G. Denny, USA National Phenology Network; Jake F. Weltzin, US Geological Survey; Carolyn A.F. Enquist, US Geological Survey; Alyssa Rosemartin, USA National Phenology Network; Theresa M. Crimmins, USA National Phenology Network; R. Lee Marsh, USA National Phenology Network
2:30 PM
The effect of climate change on leaf-out phenology in Concord, MA from 1852-2010
Caroline Polgar, Boston University; Richard B. Primack, Boston University; Jeffrey S. Dukes, Purdue University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
Springtime phenological responses in a survival analysis framework
Jenica M. Allen, University of Connecticut; John A. Silander, University of Connecticut; Richard B. Primack, Boston University; Hiromi Kobori, Tokyo City University; Toshio Katsuki, Forest and Forestry Products Research Institute; Kojiro Iwamoto, Forest and Forestry Products Research Institute
3:40 PM
Patterns in reproductive phenology for dryland grasses and shrubs from 1993 to 2010 in the Chihuahuan Desert
Dawn M. Browning, USDA Agricultural Research Service; John P. Anderson, New Mexico State University; Stacey Peters, USDA Agricultural Research Service
4:00 PM
The relativity of biological space-time: Macroecology, phenology, and migration
Ty Tuff, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History; Brett A. Melbourne, University of Colorado at Boulder
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