PS 73
Latebreaking: Arid And Semi-Arid Systems

Friday, August 9, 2013: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Boundary detection in an arid grazing landscape from the perspective of plants and small mammals in the Monte central Desert, Argentina
Florencia Spirito, Instituto Argentino de Investigaciones de las Zonas Áridas, CCT-CONICET Mendoza
 Functional differentiation among seven ecologically-stratified oak (Quercus) species in southeastern Arizona
Beth Fallon, University of Minnesota; Jeannine Cavender-Bares, University of Minnesota
 Long term productivity and diversity in high altitude peatlands of Northern Chile
Francisco A. Squeo, Universidad de La Serena; Monica Rivera, Universidad de La Serena; Ramon Aravena, University of Waterloo; Barry Warner, University of Waterloo
 Socio-ecohydrological interactions in Sahelian watersheds
Armel T. Kaptue, South Dakota State University; Niall P. Hanan, South Dakota State University; Lara Prihodko, South Dakota State University; Namita Giree, South Dakota State University; Mandira Sigdel, South Dakota State University
 What are the individual effects of small mammals vs. lagomorphs on a semiarid ephemeral plant community?
Julio R. Gutierrez, Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad, Universidad de La Serena; Douglas A. Kelt, University of California; Peter L. Meserve, University of Idaho
See more of: Latebreaking Posters