PS 99
Latebreaking: Wetlands

Friday, August 9, 2013: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Carbon storage change after marshland conversion to cropland in Northeast China
Xiaohui Liu, Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Factors influencing Ambystoma spp.¬†breeding pond selection and larval persistence in ephemeral ponds
Katherine A. Belknap, Central Michigan University; Bradley J. Swanson, Central Michigan University; Kirsten E. Nicholson, Central Michigan University; A. Scott McNaught, Central Michigan University
 Pesticides, nutrients and disease:  Do restored wetlands provide quality amphibian habitat in an agricultural landscape?
Rebecca A. Reeves, Iowa Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at Iowa State University; Clay L. Pierce, U.S. Geological Survey; Erin Muths, USGS Fort Collins Science Center; Mark W. Vandever, United States Geological Survey; Kelly Smalling, U.S. Geological Survey; William A. Battaglin, U.S. Geological Survey
 Quantitative review of plant biomass and tissue nutrient concentration shows that response to nitrogen loading varies by wetland type
Emmi Felker-Quinn, National Center for Envionmental Assessment, US Environmental Protection Agency; Tara L. Greaver, US Environmental Protection Agency
 Zonation of plant communities caused by hydrological stresses in headwater riparian wetlands
Maureen K. Drinkard, Kent State University; Ferenc A. de Szalay, Kent State University
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