PS 81 - Latebreaking: Ecosystem Services Assessment

Friday, August 12, 2011: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
A framework for mapping carbon storage hot spots and determining optimal forest structure and management regime characteristics
Nilesh Timilsina, University of Florida; Francisco Escobedo, University of Florida; Amr Abd-Elrahman, University of Florida; Wendell P. Cropper Jr., University of Florida; Sonia Delphin, University of Florida; Samuel Lambert, U. S. Forest Service
Diverse wetland restoration approaches under working-lands programs in the Southeastern U.S.: implications for ecosystem services
Diane De Steven, U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station; Joel M. Gramling, The Citadel
From April to August—wild bees pollinating crops in Virginia
Nancy L. Adamson, Virginia Tech; T'ai H. Roulston, University of Virginia; Richard D. Fell, Virginia Tech; Donald E. Mullins, Virginia Tech
Effects of drought on freshwater ecosystem services and biodiversity: Examples from the Savannah River Basin 
Alan P. Covich, University of Georgia; John C. Bergstrom, University of Georgia; Rebbeca L. Moore, University of Georgia,; Douglas A. Patton, University of Georgia
Biodiversity and multiple ecosystem services in smallholder fallows
Jason Sircely, Columbia University; Cheryl Palm, Agriculture and Food Security Center, The Earth Institute, Columbia University; Patrick K. Mutuo, The Earth Institute at Columbia University; Shahid Naeem, Columbia University
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