PS 83
Latebreaking: Aquatic Ecology

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Temporal variation of intertidal seagrasses in Southern China (2008-2014)
Guanglong Qiu, Guangxi Mangrove Research Center, Guangxi Academy of Sciences; Fred T. Short, University of New Hampshire; Hanqqing Fan, Guangxi Mangrove Research Center, Guangxi Academy of Sciences; Guohua Liu, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Spatial heterogeneity and synchrony of amphipods in giant kelp forests
Dana N Morton, University of California, Santa Barbara; Tom W. Bell, University of California, Los Angeles; Todd W. Anderson, San Diego State University
 Spatial and temporal particulate stoichiometry in the Lake Erie watershed
Marguerite A. Xenopoulos, Trent University; Paul C. Frost, Trent University; E.Todd Howell, Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change; Sarah S.E. King, Trent University; M. Clay Prater, Trent University; Richard J. Vogt, Trent University; Susan B. Watson, Environment Canada
 Multiple species telemetry provides insight into habitat preferences of large river fish
Kim Bjorgo-Thorne, West Virginia Wesleyan College; Kyle J. Hartman, West Virginia University; Michael P. Strager, West Virginia University
 Body size diversity across the fish tree of life and the impact of environment on maximum body size: Does water and macrohabitat type shape the distribution of size?
Sarah E. Steele, University of Toronto; Hernán López-Fernández, Royal Ontario Museum; Matthew A. Kolmann, University of Toronto
 Do wetland buffers protect overwintering and breeding of wood frogs (Lithobates sylvaticus) in the New Jersey Pine Barrens?
William J. Cromartie, Stockton University; Jillena Yeager, Stockton University; Alex Melchiore, Stockton University; Thomas Johnson, Stockton University; Gordon Sabol, Stockton University; Sue Canale, Stockton University
 Gold mining changes composition, habitat correlates and morphological attributes of an endemic fish assemblage in the Guiana Shield highlands, Guyana, South America
Hernán López-Fernández, Royal Ontario Museum; Karen M. Alofs, University of Toronto; Elford A. Liverpool, University of Guyana; Victor DeBrito, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
 Broadscale distribution, ecological associations, and potential impacts of the invasive Asian clam Corbicula fluminea in the Columbia River Basin
Whitney Hassett, Washington State University; Stephen Bollens, Washington State University; Gretchen Rollwagen-Bollens, Washington State University; Timothy Counihan, United States Geological Survey; Julie Zimmerman, Washington State University; Josh Emerson, Washington State University
 Effects of wrack composition, age, and cover on the spatial distribution of beach arthropods 
Bryan N. Nguyen, University of California, Davis; Steven G. Morgan, University of California Davis
 Development of rapid salamander monitoring and habitat assessment protocols for the Delaware River basin
David H. Keller, The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University; Richard J. Horwitz, Drexel University; Stefanie A. Kroll, Drexel University
 The lateral export of an algal bloom toxin into the terrestrial ecosystem via food web interactions
Nicholas J. Moy, Virginia Commonwealth University; Lesley P. Bulluck, Virginia Commonwealth University; Paul A. Bukaveckas, Virginia Commonwealth University
 Ecotoxicological effects of post-fire runoff on aquatic microbial decomposers and invertebrate shredders
Fernanda Cássio, University of Minho; Francisco Carvalho, University of Minho; Arunava Pradhan, University of Minho; Nelson Abrantes, University of Aveiro; Cláudia Pascoal, University of Minho
 Biomass size spectrum and environmental parameters in relation to fish mercury levels in Ontario lakes, Canada
Lifei Wang, University of Toronto; Stephanie J. Melles, Ryerson University; Donald A. Jackson, University of Toronto; Cindy Chu, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry; Henrique C. Giacomini Sr., University of Toronto; Brian J. Shuter, University of Toronto
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