COS 24
Community Disturbance And Recovery II

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
322, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Links between soil organic matter input and microbial community structure and function following volcanic eruption on Kasatochi Island, Alaska
Lydia Zeglin, U. S. Geological Survey; Bronwen Wang, U. S. Geological Survey; Frederick Rainey, University of Alaska Anchorage; Christopher Waythomas, U. S. Geological Survey; Sandra Talbot, U. S. Geological Survey
8:20 AM
8:40 AM
 Disturbance aspects interact to affect invasion and diversity: Evidence from theoretical and empirical studies
Katriona Shea, The Pennsylvania State University; Adam D. Miller, Smithsonian; Stephen H. Roxburgh, CSIRO Land and Water Flagship; Rui Zhang, Harvard Forest
9:00 AM
 Disturbance regimes and carbon stocks of Fitzroya cupressoides forests in southern Chile
Mauro E González, Universidad Austral de Chile; Antonio Lara, Universidad Austral de Chile; Juan Carlos Aravena, Universidad de Magallanes; Carolina Ruiz-Gómez, Universidad Austral de Chile; Rocío Urrutia, University of Oxford; Emilio Cuq, Universidad Austral de Chile
9:20 AM Cancelled
 The stem exclusion bottleneck: Identifying the key drivers of plant diversity in temperate forests
Michael J. Chips, University of Pittsburgh; Alejandro A. Royo, USDA Forest Service; Timothy J. Nuttle, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.; Mary Beth Adams, USDA Forest Service; Walter P. Carson, University of Pittsburgh
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Bee community response to an extreme cold event: A four year study of a Creosote shrubland
Julieta Bettinelli, University of New Mexico; Karen W. Wright, University of New Mexico; Diane L. Marshall, University of New Mexico
10:10 AM
 High and dry: Large stand-replacing burn patches and postfire drought reduce postfire resilience in subalpine forests of the US Northern Rocky Mountains
Brian J. Harvey, University of Wisconsin; Daniel C. Donato, Washington State Department of Natural Resources; Monica G. Turner, University of Wisconsin, Madison
10:30 AM
 Resprouting and disease dynamics in forests impacted by compounded disturbances: Wildfire and sudden oak death in Big Sur, CA
Allison Simler, University of California Davis; Margaret Metz, Lewis and Clark College; Kerri M. Frangioso, University of California, Davis; Ross K. Meentemeyer, North Carolina State University; David M. Rizzo, University of California, Davis
10:50 AM
 Plant-soil feedbacks in a tornado-damaged Southern Appalachian forest: Field and greenhouse studies
Uma J Nagendra, University of Georgia; Chris J. Peterson, University of Georgia
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