COS 110

Thursday, August 8, 2013: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
L100I, Minneapolis Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Species-specific shifts in flowering phenology influence community-level patterns: implications for plant-pollinator interactions
Paul J. CaraDonna, University of Arizona; Amy Iler, Aarhus University; David W. Inouye, University of Maryland
2:10 PM
 Phenological indices of avian reproduction: Cryptic shifts and prediction across large spatial and temporal scales
Philippa R. Gullett, University of Sheffield; Ben J. Hatchwell, University of Sheffield; Robert A. Robinson, British Trust for Ornithology; Karl L. Evans, University of Sheffield
2:30 PM
 Phenological inertia versus lability of ant responses to experimental climatic warming
Sarah E. Diamond, North Carolina State University; Lauren M. Nichols, North Carolina State University; Nathan J. Sanders, The University of Copenhagen; Robert R. Dunn, North Carolina State University
3:10 PM
3:40 PM
 Phenology of an evergreen moist tropical forest: Shifts in leaf demography and physiology during the dry season of the Tapajós National Forest, Brazil
Loren P. Albert, University of Arizona; Jin Wu, University of Arizona; Neill Prohaska, University of Arizona; Plinio B. Camargo, University of Sao Paulo; Raimundo C. Oliveira, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA); Travis E. Huxman, University of California, Irvine; Scott R. Saleska, University of Arizona
4:40 PM
 Marine reserves can buffer mismatches caused by climate change and fishing
Lewis A.K. Barnett, University of California Davis; Marissa L. Baskett, University of California, Davis; Louis W. Botsford, University of California, Davis