PS 17 - Climate Change: Communities

Tuesday, August 9, 2011: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Tropical lianas and trees under elevated CO2: Growth and physiological response
David C. Marvin, Carnegie Institution for Science; Klaus Winter, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; Stefan A. Schnitzer, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Robyn J. Burnham, University of Michigan
Responses of a soil microbial community to reduced daily soil temperature variability: A field study in the Chihuahuan Desert
Nirmala Dhungana, Texas Tech University; Natasja vanGestel, Texas Tech University; Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Texas Tech University; V. Acosta-Martinez, USDA-ARS; John C. Zak, Texas Tech University
Experimental warming of entire assemblages alters foraging behavior in ants
Katharine L. Stuble, University of Tennessee; David A. Fowler, University of Tennessee; Robert Dunn, NCSU; Nathan J. Sanders, The University of Copenhagen
Multi-decadal climate cycles and the dynamics of a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem
S.K. Morgan Ernest, Utah State University; Thomas J. Valone, Saint Louis University; James H. Brown, University of New Mexico
Global climate change and small mammal populations in north-central Chile
Douglas A. Kelt, University of California; Peter L. Meserve, University of Idaho; M. Andrea Previtali, Universidad Nacional del Litoral; W. Bryan Milstead, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Julio R. GutiƩrrez, Universidad de La Serena
Alpine plant community response to increased moisture and nitrogen accumulation along an elevational gradient, Niwot Ridge, CO
Eve I. Gasarch, University of Colorado; Timothy R. Seastedt, University of Colorado at Boulder
Shifting trait composition of chaparral communities in response to altered rainfall regimes
Angelita C. Ashbacher, University of California Santa Cruz
Extent and timing of conifer encroachment into subalpine meadows in the central Sierra Nevada, California
Kaitlin C. Lubetkin, Univeristy of California at Merced; Eric L. Berlow, University of California at Merced; Anthony Westerling, University of California, Merced; Lara M. Kueppers, University of California, Merced
Higher larval mortality and delayed development of the mosquitoes Aedes albopictus and A triseriatus in container habitats with leaf litter grown in elevated atmospheric CO2
Cassandra D. Smith, University of Maryland; Andrew H. Baldwin, University of Maryland; Joe H. Sullivan, University of Maryland; Paul T. Leisnham, University of Maryland
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