PS 38
Seed Production, Dispersal, And Predation

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 The role of seed limitation in Serengeti savanna tree recruitment
Deusdedith M. Rugemalila, University of Missouri; Thomas A. Morrison, Wake Forest University; Ricardo M. Holdo, University of Missouri; T. Michael Anderson, Wake Forest University
 Secondary dispersal moves a forest herb on scales demonstrably relevant to germination and survival
Eric C. Niederhauser, Ohio University; Glenn R. Matlack, Ohio University
 Ecosystem engineering of harvester ants: Effects on vegetation across spatial scales in a sagebrush-steppe ecosystem
Elyce Gosselin, University of Idaho; Katey Huggler, University of Idaho; Emily Brown, University of Idaho; Joseph D. Holbrook, University of Idaho; Kerri T. Vierling, University of Idaho; Robert S. Arkle, Forest & Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center; David S. Pilliod, Forest & Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center
 Does excluding small mammals for 20 years change tree species establishment?
Jaclyn Schnurr, Wells College; Charles D. Canham, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Richard S. Ostfeld, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
 Agricultural legacies constrain germinant diversity on mounds of a seed-harvesting ant (Pogonomyrmex badius)
W. Brett Mattingly, Eastern Connecticut State University; Anthony C. Lucia, Eastern Connecticut State University; Nicholas T. Reif, University of Vermont
 Masting synchrony in northern hardwood forests: Super-producers dominate population fruit production
David M. Minor, Michigan State University; Richard K. Kobe, Michigan State University
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