Ecosystem Services Assessment

Monday, August 10, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
323, Baltimore Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Birds in orchards: Economic, biological, and social aspects of ecosystem services
Catherine A. Lindell, Michigan State University; Megan E. Shave, Michigan State University; Philip H. Howard, Michigan State University; Aaron Anderson, USDA/APHIS/WS; Stephanie A. Shwiff, USDA/APHIS/WS
2:10 PM
 Quantitative scenarios for land cover change in New Hampshire: What is the potential impact on ecosystem services?
Alexandra M. Thorn, University of New Hampshire; Cameron Wake, University of New Hampshire; Curt Grimm, University of New Hampshire; Barbara Wauchope, University of New Hampshire; Clay Mitchell, University of New Hampshire; Scott Ollinger, University of New Hampshire
2:30 PM
 Restoration history and its influence on 'blue carbon' storage in a Zostera marina (eelgrass) sediment carbon pool
Matthew P. J. Oreska, University of Virginia; Karen J. McGlathery, University of Virginia
2:50 PM
 Recovery of soil organic matter stocks from switchgrass plantings in agricultural landscapes
Margaret J. Pryatel, Virginia Polytechnic and State University; John E. Barrett, Virginia Polytechnic and State University; Verl Emrick, Conservation Management Institute
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Modeling the impacts of sea level rise on ecosystem services of the urban-coastal fringe in Jamaica Bay, New York
Max Piana, Rutgers University; Alexis Kleinbeck, Rutgers University; Marcia S. Meixler, Rutgers University
3:40 PM
 Unexpected management choices when accounting for uncertainty in ecosystem service tradeoff analyses
Reniel Cabral, University of California Santa Barbara; Benjamin Halpern, University of California Santa Barbara; Christopher Costello, University of California Santa Barbara; Steven Gaines, University of California Santa Barbara
4:00 PM
 Historical trends of ecosystem services in Canada, 1911-2011
Emily Clark, McGill University; Delphine Renard, McGill University; Jeanine Rhemtulla, University of British Columbia
4:20 PM
 A rapid ecosystem function assessment (REFA) to promote basic and applied ecology
Sebastian T. Meyer, Technische Universität München; Wolfgang W. Weisser, Technical University of Munich
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