PS 3
Climate Change: Plants

Monday, August 5, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Spatial conservation planning under climate change: toward identifying optimal adaptive management for Fagus crenata in Japan
Katsuhiro Nakao, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute; Motoki Higa, Hokkaido University; Ikutaro Tsuyama, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute; Tetsuya Matsui, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute; Nobuyuki Tanaka, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute
 Effects of a 30% reduction in precipitation on transpiration and hydraulic properties of 7-year-old loblolly pine
Stanley M. Bartkowiak IV, Auburn University; Lisa J. Samuelson, Auburn University
 Southern Appalachian forest growth responds most strongly to precipitation variability
Katherine J. Elliott, Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory; Chelcy Ford Miniat, Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory; Neil Pederson, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Stephanie N. Laseter, USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station
 Can reduced root hydraulic functioning and redistribution due to climate variability impact carbon and water cycling in trees: Establishing a direct link between plant root functioning and carbon fluxes
Asko Noormets, North Carolina State University; John S. King, North Carolina State University; Ge Sun, USDA Forest Service; Steve G. McNulty, USDA Forest Service; Guofang Miao, North Carolina State University; Andrew Radecki, North Carolina State University; David Zietlow, North Carolina State University; Eric J. Ward, Northwest Fisheries Science Center; Jean-Christophe Domec, Duke University / Bordeaux Sciences Agro
 B4WarmED forest warming experiment: The effects of increased temperature and drought on boreal tree species leaf size and shape.
Stefan F. Hupperts, University of Minnesota; Jonathan Shepard, University of Minnesota; Kerrie M. Sendall, University of Minnesota; Karen Rice, University of Minnesota; Artur Stefanski, University of Minnesota; Roy L. Rich, University of Minnesota; Rebecca A. Montgomery, University of Minnesota; Peter B. Reich, University of Minnesota
 Local adaptation, plasticity and physiological stress tolerance among five perennial grasses
Kimberly O'Keefe, Kansas State University; Sally S. Kittrell, Oklahoma State University; Jesse B. Nippert, Kansas State University
 Reduced non-structural carbohydrate concentration and temperature acclimation in sugar maple roots following experimental warming
Mickey P. Jarvi, Michigan Technological University; Andrew J. Burton, Michigan Technological University
 Using transplants and salt addition to test the effects of sea-level rise on salt marsh communities
Jennifer A. Beach, University of South Florida; Peter Stiling, University of South Florida
 Plains cottonwood and Russian olive response to elevated CO2, root nodulation and nitrogen fertilization
Graham M. Tuttle, Colorado State University; Laura Perry, U.S. Geological Survey; Dana Blumenthal, Rangeland Resources Research Unit; Patrick B. Shafroth, US Geological Survey; Andrew Norton, Colorado State University; Daniel R. LeCain, USDA-ARS
 Lower winter chilling requirements could give woody invasive species an edge in warmer springs
Amanda S. Gallinat, Boston University; Caroline Polgar, Boston University; Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, Boston University; Richard B. Primack, Boston University
 Plasticity, genetic diversity, and natural selection: A native polyploid under simulated climate change
Katharine J. Winkler, University of Minnesota; Julie R. Etterson, University of Minnesota-Duluth
 Changes in Timothy grass (Phleum pratense L.) pollen production and Phl p 5 allergen content in response to future projected concentrations of carbon dioxide and ozone
Jennifer M. Albertine, University of Massachusetts- Amherst; William J. Manning, University of Massachusetts- Amherst; Michelle DaCosta, University of Massachusetts- Amherst; Kristina A. Stinson, Harvard University; Christine A. Rogers, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Michael L. Muilenberg, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
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