COS 135
Climate Change: Ranges And Phenology II

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
303, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Geographic variation of stress across range limits in the terrestrial salamander Plethodon metcalfi
Evan K. Apanovitch, Clemson University; Eric A. Riddell, Clemson University; Mike W. Sears, Clemson University
8:20 AM
 Species distributions do not reflect climatic tolerance
Tierney Bocsi, University of Massachusetts; Jenica Allen, University of Massachusetts; Jesse Bellemare, Smith College; John Kartesz, Biota of North America Program; Misako Nashino, Biota of North America Program; Bethany A. Bradley, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
8:40 AM
 Biotic and climatic velocity identify contrasting areas of vulnerability to climate change
Carlos Carroll, Klamath Center for Conservation Research; Joshua Lawler, University of Washington; David Roberts, University of Alberta; Andreas Hamann, University of Alberta
9:00 AM
 Artificial selection reveals high genetic variation in phenology at the trailing edge of a species range
Seema Sheth, University of Minnesota; Amy L. Angert, University of British Columbia
9:20 AM
 Evidence of phenotypic plasticity and spurious relationships in long-term phenological responses to climate change
Amy Iler, Aarhus University; Toke T. Hoye, Aarhus University; David W. Inouye, University of Maryland
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Effects of climate change on vulnerabilities of rangeland ecosystems over permafrost regions of Mongolia
Qinxue WANG, National Institute for Environmental Studies; Zhigang SUN, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Masataka Watanabe, Chuo University; Ochirbat Batkhishig, Mongolian Academy of Sciences
10:10 AM Cancelled
 Interactions between climate, competition, and habitat in limiting Himalayan bird distributions
Paul R. Elsen, Princeton University; Morgan W. Tingley, University of Connecticut; David S. Wilcove, Princeton University
10:30 AM
 Increasing voltinism in a temperate moth species: A result of global change?
Shannon M. Murphy, University of Denver; John T. Lill, George Washington University
10:50 AM
 Environmental warming during development affects phenology and morphology in an aquatic insect (Odonata)
Shannon McCauley, University of Toronto Mississauga; John I. Hammond, University of New Mexico; Karen E. Mabry, New Mexico State University
11:10 AM
 Patterns of species loss and spring phenology in the plant communities of Acadia National Park, Maine
Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, Boston University; Richard Primack, Boston University; Abraham Miller-Rushing, National Park Service
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