COS 23
Climate Change II

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
321, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Modeling habitat selection across time: A dynamic approach
Carrie Roever, Oregon State University; Michael Wisdom, USDA Forest Service; Mary Rowland, USDA Forest Service; Martin Vavra, USDA Forest Service; Timothy DelCurto, Oregon State University
8:20 AM
 The effects of dispersal ability and climate velocity on the extent of species range shifts since the Last Glacial Maximum
J. Eric Williams, University of California Merced; Jessica L. Blois, University of California - Merced
8:40 AM
 Effects of altered precipitation on decomposition rates in coastal sage scrub
Ellen Esch, University of California - San Diego; Elsa Cleland, University of California - San Diego
9:00 AM
 Plasticity of body size and mass in response to environmental changes in a hibernating mammal
Cindy I. Canale, University of Zurich; Aurélie Cohas, UMR-CNRS 5558, Biométrie et Biologie Evolutive; Dominique Allaine, UMR-CNRS 5558, Biométrie et Biologie Evolutive; Arpat Ozgul, University of Zurich
9:20 AM
 Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems abide: Changes in soils, lakes and streams of the McMurdo Dry Valleys as the cooling trend ends
Michael N. Gooseff, University of Colorado; John E. Barrett, Virginia Tech; Byron J. Adams, Brigham Young University; Peter T. Doran, Louisiana State University; Andrew Fountain, Portland State University; W. Berry Lyons, The Ohio State University; Diane M. McKnight, University of Colorado; John Priscu, Montana State University; Eric R. Sokol, Virginia Tech; Cristina Takacs-Vesbach, University of New Mexico; Martijn Vandegehuchte, Colorado State University; Ross A. Virginia, Dartmouth College; Diana H Wall, Colorado State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Sublethal warming in the nest affects embryo physiology and post-hatching phenotypes in the Eastern fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus)
Michael A. Carlo, Clemson University; Eric A. Riddell, Clemson University; Mike W. Sears, Clemson University
10:10 AM
 Climate change impacts on future sagebrush ecohydrology across the western US
Kyle A. Palmquist, University of Wyoming; William K. Lauenroth, University of Wyoming; John B. Bradford, U.S. Geological Survey; Daniel R. Schlaepfer, University of Basel
10:50 AM
 Acidification increases sensitivity to hypoxia in important forage fishes
Seth H. Miller, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Denise Breitburg, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Rebecca Burrell, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Andrew Keppel, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
11:10 AM
 Acclimatization of skin resistance to water loss within a lungless salamander: Implications for activity
Eric A. Riddell, Clemson University; Evan K. Apanovitch, Clemson University; Mike W. Sears, Clemson University
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