PS 28 - Forest Habitats: Temperate

Tuesday, August 9, 2011: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Long-term legacy of experimentally controlled deer density on understory vegetation in Pennsylvania
Tim Nuttle, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Todd E. Ristau, USDA Forest Service
Seed rain dynamics reveals dispersal limitation, strategies of reducing risks and response to climate
Buhang Li, Shenyang institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Zhanqing Hao, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Yue Bin, South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; School of Life Sciences, Sun Yat-Sen University, China; Jian Zhang, University of Alberta; Miao Wang, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Composition and distribution of soil fauna in a temperate forest of Central Mexico
Javier Álvarez-Sánchez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Esthela Baltazar-Ortega, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Mónica Martínez-Hurtado, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Guadalupe M. Barajas-Guzmán, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Characterization of the leaf litter degrading capabilities of saprotrophic fungal communities using pectinase specific primers
Matthew D. Gacura, Kent State University; Bess Heidenreich, Kent State University; Daniel D. Sprockett, Kent State University; Christopher B. Blackwood, Kent State University
Miscommunication and confusion about longleaf pine growth: Using 40 years of real data to characterize long-term stand development
John S. Kush, Auburn University; Dwight K. Lauer, Auburn University; Rebecca J. Barlow, Auburn University; John C. Gilbert, Auburn University
Comparative analyses of harpagoside concentration in Devil’s Claw to Plantaginaceae and Scrophulariaceae species
Korey J. Brownstein, University of Missouri; George E. Rottinghaus, University of Missouri; William R. Folk, University of Missouri
Recovery from large impact disturbance:  Spruce-fir forests after invasive insect depredation
S. Douglas Kaylor, University of Tennessee; Jennifer A. Franklin, University of Tennessee
Distribution of functional traits and taxonomic composition of leaf litter degrading fungal communities
Eugene Ryee, Kent State University; Matthew D. Gacura, Kent State University; Sarah Eisenlord, University of Michigan; Donald R. Zak, University of Michigan; Christopher B. Blackwood, Kent State University
A Pan-Pacific study of macromoth species richness and abundance: Oregon and South Korea
Jefftey C. Miller, Oregon State University; Sei-Woong Choi, Mokpo National University; Jeong-Seop An, Mokpo National University
Downed woody fuel dynamics of mixed-pine forest ecosystems in the eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan, U.S.A
Priscilla A. Nyamai, The Ohio State University; P. Charles Goebel, The Ohio State University; David M. Hix, The Ohio State University; R. Gregory Corace III, US Fish and Wildlife Service
Assessing Pileated woodpecker habitat from space:  Predicting presence from lidar derived forest structure
Patrick M. Adam, University of Idaho; Lee A. Vierling, University of Idaho; Kerri T. Vierling, University of Idaho; Eva Strand, University of Idaho; Andrew Hudak, USDA Forest Service
Black oak (Quercus kelloggii) multiple management release restoration in California
Gizelle Hurtado, New Mexico State University; Lynne Trulio, San Jose State University
Tree functional traits and their relationship to survival in seedlings of seven species from a latitudinal gradient
Michael Fell, Northern Arizona University; Kiona Ogle, Arizona State University; Ines Ibanez, University of Michigan
Characterization and analysis of the succession of endophytes in decaying leaves in Manistee National Forest, MI
Lemuel A. Del Valle, Kent Sate University; Matthew D. Gacura, Kent State University; Scott A. Vernon, Kent Sate University; Christopher B. Blackwood, Kent State University
Filling a gap in long-term ecological research and monitoring of terrestrial ecosystems in the southern hemisphere
Juan L. Celis-Diez, Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity; Martin Carmona, Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity and CASEB, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; A. Gaxiola, Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity, Laboratorio Internacional en Cambio Global (LINCGlobal, CSIC-PUC); Christopher B. Anderson, Carnegie Institution for Science; Julio R. Gutierrez, Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad, Universidad de La Serena; Ricardo Rozzi, IEB-UMAG-UNT; Juan J. Armesto, Universidad Católica de Chile, Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity
High resistance to drought-induced cavitation in ferns of the coast Redwood forest
Emily B. Limm, Save The Redwoods League; Chris Rico, University of California, Santa Cruz; Jarmila Pittermann, University of California
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