COS 84
Climate Change: Ranges And Phenology I

Thursday, August 8, 2013: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
101J, Minneapolis Convention Center
8:00 AM
 The influence of warming and biotic interactions on the potential for range expansion of native and nonnative species
Betsy Von Holle, University of Central Florida; Soren Weber, University of Ca; Stephanie Igtibien, University of Central Florida; Kim A. Medley, University of Colorado; Christine V. Hawkes, University of Texas at Austin
8:20 AM
 Warming reduces cold stress but increases moisture stress for establishing limber pine within and above alpine treeline
Andrew B. Moyes, University of California, Merced; Brynne Lazarus, US Geological Survey; Matthew J. Germino, US Geological Survey; Lara Kueppers, University of California Merced
8:40 AM
 Do post-fire plant-fungal interactions shape biome shifts?
Rebecca E. Hewitt, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Teresa N. Hollingsworth, Pacific Northwest Research Station; D. Lee Taylor, University of New Mexico; Terry Chapin, University of Alaska
9:20 AM
 Occupancy of breeding sites by wood frogs determined by winter conditions
Tracy A. G. Rittenhouse, University of Connecticut; Chadwick D. Rittenhouse, University of Connecticut
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Thermal controls of insect emergence in some high arctic ponds
Shane D. Braegelman, North Dakota State University; Malcolm G. Butler, North Dakota State University
10:10 AM
 When is the onset of a phenophase? Calculating phenological metrics from status monitoring data in the National Phenology Database
Jherime L. Kellermann, USA National Phenology Network; Katharine L. Gerst, USA National Phenology Network; Carolyn A.F. Enquist, US Geological Survey
10:30 AM
 B4WarmED forest warming experiment: phenological responses of dominant tree species at the temperate-boreal ecotone
Rebecca A. Montgomery, University of Minnesota; Peter B. Reich, University of Minnesota; Artur Stefanski, University of Minnesota; Roy L. Rich, University of Minnesota
10:50 AM
 Ecological factors, not climate warming, explain variability in treeline patterns
Andrew Trant, University of Victoria; Carissa D. Brown, Memorial University; David M. Cairns, Texas A&M University; Ryan K. Danby, Queen's University; Andrea H. Lloyd, Middlebury College; Steven D. Mamet, University of Saskatchewan; Ingrid E. Mathisen, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research; Genevieve Dufour Tremblay, Université Laval; Xanthe Walker, University of Saskatchewan; Martin Wilmking, University Greifwald; Stéphane Boudreau, Université Laval; Karen Harper, Dalhousie University; Greg H. R. Henry, University of British Columbia; Luise Hermanutz, Memorial University; David Hik, University of Alberta; Annika Hofgaard, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research; Jill F. Johnstone, University of Saskatchewan; Peter Kershaw, Monash University; Colin Laroque, Mount Allison University; Jackie Weir, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador