PS 6
Effects Of Multiple Global Changes On Communities And Ecosystems

Monday, August 5, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Long-term decline in bluegill size structure and growth rates in Wisconsin: evidence of genetic parental effects?
Andrew L. Rypel, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; John Lyons, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; Joanna D. Griffin, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
 The understory tree species, Ostrya virginiana (eastern hophornbeam): A “poster child” for shifting forest composition at the prairie-forest boundary in the central United States
Mary Ann Vinton, Creighton University; Colin Smalley, ENVIRON International Corporation; Elizabeth Hines, Creighton University
 Native desert herbaceous species are more sensitive than non-native species to urban air quality
Elizabeth M. Cook, Universidad Austral de Chile; Pamela Padgett, USDA Forest Service; Sharon J. Hall, Arizona State University
 Understanding the effects of anthropogenic stress on the provisioning of ecosystem services in the Laurentian Great Lakes
Sigrid D.P. Smith, University of Michigan; J. David Allan, University of Michigan; Christine A. Joseph, University of Michigan
 The seasonal timing of precipitation and temperature mediate rangeland vegetation response to grazing
Laura L. Dev, University of California, Berkeley; Dana M. Blumenthal, USDA-ARS; Cynthia S. Brown, Colorado State University; N. Thompson Hobbs, Colorado State University; Julia A. Klein, Colorado State University
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