COS 48
Ecosystem Function: Biodiversity II

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
325, Baltimore Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Land management impacts on tree hole invertebrate communities in a Neotropical rainforest
Emily S. Khazan, University of Oklahoma; Eric G. Bright, University of Oklahoma; Jessica Beyer, University of Oklahoma
1:50 PM
 Environmental variability has differing impacts on salt marsh community diversity and stability
Akana E. Noto, University of California - San Diego; Jonathan B. Shurin, University of California- San Diego
2:10 PM
 Differences in fine root production and C allocation among perennial cropping systems in contrasting soils of the upper Midwest
Christine Sprunger, Michigan State University; G. Philip Robertson, Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center; Randall D. Jackson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Lawrence G. Oates, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2:30 PM
 Research on ecosystem functioning: are we building knowledge or increasing confusion? Fish richness, functional traits and food webs in two tropical estuaries
Ana Lúcia Vendel, Centre for Applied Biological and Social Sciences, State University of Paraíba; Marina Dolbeth, Centre for Functional Ecology; Alexandra Baeta, MARE - Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre; Joana Patrício, European Commission
2:50 PM
 Assessing intensification-driven functional diversity loss in arable plants: A meta-community approach
Carlos Pérez, University of South Bohemia; Irene Guerrero, Autónoma University of Madrid; Juan J. Oñate, Autónoma University of Madrid; Begoña Peco, Autónoma University of Madrid; Manuel B. Morales, Autónoma University of Madrid
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Using the Price equation to understand ecosystem service stability in real-world systems
Mark A. Genung, Rutgers University; Jeremy W. Fox, University of Calgary; Rachael Winfree, Rutgers University
3:40 PM
 The evolution of ecosystem multi-functionality
Marc W. Cadotte, University of Toronto - Scarborough
4:00 PM
 Functional diversity promotes multifunctional cover cropping systems
Denise M Finney, Penn State University; Jason P. Kaye, Pennsylvania State University
4:20 PM
 The effect of sub-lethal pesticide exposure on pollination-relevant bee foraging behaviors across a species richness gradient
Carolyn Ayers, Emory University; Emily Dobbs, Emory University; Berry J. Brosi, Emory University
4:40 PM
 Patchiness reduces temporal variability in aboveground biomass: Landscape-level diversity—stability in rangeland
Devan McGranahan, North Dakota State University; Torre Hovick, North Dakota State University; Samuel D. Fuhlendorf, Oklahoma State University; Dwayne Elmore, Oklahoma State University; David M. Engle, Oklahoma State University; Stephen Winter, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; James R. Miller, University of Illinois; Diane M. Debinski, Iowa State University
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