COS 75
Climate Change: Ranges And Phenology I

Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
311/312, Sacramento Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Climate change and plant phenology in Santa Cruz County, California
Juliet Oshiro, University of California, Santa Cruz; Laurel R. Fox, University of California
2:10 PM
 Are there fitness consequences of North American birds mistiming their migrations due to climate change? A test of the phenological mismatch hypothesis at an unprecedented spatial scale
Stephen J. Mayor, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Margaret E. Andrew, Murdoch University; Sarah Elmendorf, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON); Rob Guralnick, University of Colorado at Boulder; Emily Minor, University of Illinois at Chicago; Javier Otegui, University of Colorado at Boulder; David C. Schneider, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Victoria Tersigni, University of Colorado at Boulder; Katherine M. Thibault, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON); Andrea S. Thorpe, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON, Inc.); Morgan W. Tingley, Princeton University; John C. Withey, Florida International University
2:30 PM
 Climate change at experimental range limits: Too hot, too cold, or competition?
Bradley J. Tomasek, Duke University; Matthew Kwit, Duke University; Jerry M. Melillo, Marine Biological Laboratory; Jacqueline E. Mohan, University of Georgia; James S. Clark, Duke University
2:50 PM
 Has recent climate change led to changes in phenological synchrony? A meta-analysis
Heather M. Kharouba, University of California, Davis; Johan Ehrlén, Stockholm University; Kjell Bolmgren, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Jenica M. Allen, University of Connecticut; Steven E. Travers, North Dakota State University; Elizabeth M. Wolkovich, Harvard University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 The interacting roles of climate and soil in plant species range shifts in subalpine and alpine meadows
Kevin R. Ford, University of Washington; Janneke HilleRisLambers, University of Washington
4:00 PM
 Novel assemblage formation as a consequence of unequal range shifts
Daniel K. Gibson-Reinemer, University of Wyoming; Frank J. Rahel, University of Wyoming
4:20 PM
 Impacts of a warmer drier world on bumblebee food resources: The view from the top
Candace Galen, University of Missouri-Columbia; James D. Franklin, University of Missouri; Peter G. Kevan, University of Guelph
4:40 PM
 Distribution and abundance of tree species along climate gradients in the Rocky Mountains
Patrick H. Martin, Colorado State University; Charles D. Canham, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
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