PS 24
Community Assembly And Neutral Theory

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Species-sorting in a 10-year old mesic prairie restoration
William J. Sluis, Trine University; Gary Sullivan, The Wetlands Initiative, Inc.; Izabella Redlinska, The Wetlands Initiative
 Seeds, space and water: Assessing the relative contributions of spatial and environmental factors on seedbank and vegetation communities
Dylan E. Chapple, UC Berkeley; Mark Hammond, Michigan State Univeristy; Katherine L. Gross, Michigan State University; Katharine N. Suding, University of Colorado
 Ecotype by environment interactions drive microbiome community assembly in Panicum virgatum (Switchgrass)
Briana K. Whitaker, Indiana University; Heather L. Reynolds, Indiana University; Keith Clay, Indiana University
 The effect of dispersal along a stress gradient in micro-algae communities
Jonathan De Raedt, Ghent University; Jan M. Baert, Ghent University; Colin R. Janssen, Ghent University; Frederik De Laender, University of Namur
 Shifting metacommunity assembly rules: How do invasive fishes influence the assembly of an ephemeral metacommunity?
Jesse R. Blanchard, Florida International University; Jennifer S. Rehage, Florida International University
 Functional traits and community assembly of ground invertebrates in an experimental grassland
Andrew T. Dison, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Hayley R. Emerson, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Drew M. Frase, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Margaret A. Gapinski, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Evan Weiher, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire; Todd Wellnitz, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
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