PS 20
Community Assembly And Neutral Theory

Tuesday, August 6, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Trajectories of species and functional change during California serpentine grassland assembly
Melissa N. Habenicht, Western Washington University; Dave Hooper, Western Washington University
 Processes structuring desmid communities - phylogenetic approach
Helena Bestovį, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science; Pavel Skaloud, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science
 Stochastic vs. deterministic assembly of aquatic invertebrate communities in permanently flooded and intermittently dry wetlands
DeShawn J. Johnson, Kent State University; Erika Protos, Kent State University; Nathan Yaussy, Kent State University; Ferenc A. de Szalay, Kent State University
 Habitat differentiation among closely-related willow species along a water table gradient
Xiaojing Wei, University of Minnesota; Jessica A. Savage, Harvard University; J.M. Cavender-Bares, University of Minnesota
 Effects of diversity on colonization dynamics in newly formed ponds
Christopher J. Holmes, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Kimberly L. Schulz, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry; Stephanie Figary, SUNY-ESF; Carla E. Cąceres, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 Beta diversity and community structure of a Neotropical anuran assemblage (Pacaya-Samiria Reserve, Peru)
Eric Woebbe, Wright State University; Thomas P. Rooney, Wright State University
 Stress decreases functional beta diversity and increases the relative stochasticity of taxon-based community assembly in contrasting vegetation types
Evan Weiher, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Gregory Nelson, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire; Brandon Urhammer, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Ilsa Renner, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Kaleigh Spickerman, UW - Eau Claire; Mariah Quick, UW - Eau Claire; Nathan Servey, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Dr. David G. Lonzarich, University Wisconsin Eau Claire
 Revisiting Darwin’s hypothesis: does greater intraspecific variability increase species’ ecological breadth?
Colby B. Sides, University of Arizona; Brian J. Enquist, University of Arizona; James J. Ebersole, Colorado College; Amanda N. Henderson, University of Arizona; Lindsey L. Sloat, University of Arizona; Marielle N. Smith, University of Arizona
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