PS 88
Latebreaking: Community Ecology

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Vegetation pattern determines the soil moisture dynamics in re-vegetation watershed in semi-arid regions
Lei Yang, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Liding Chen, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Wei Wei, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
 Patterns of plant trait–environment relationships along a forest succession gradient in tropical dry forest Florida Keys
suresh C Subedi, Florida International University; Michael S. Ross, Florida International University; Rosario Valdes, Florida International University
 The response of biogenic reef communities to freshet perturbations across estuarine scale environmental gradients
Maxwell L. Tice-Lewis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Y. Stacy Zhang, Duke University; S. Gray Redding, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory; F. Joel Fodrie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
 The second law of thermodynamics predicts constraints on the size structure of plant communities
Brian A. Maurer, Michigan State University; Andrea Dechner, Michigan State University; Andrew Dennhardt, Michigan State University; Lindsay E. F. Hunt, Michigan State University
 Multi-dimensional metrics for use with compound specific analyses of food webs
Rachel E. Bowes, Kansas Biological Survey; Daniel C Reuman, University of Kansas; James H. Thorp, University of Kansas
 Investigating stopover habitat usage by songbirds at Tommy Thompson Park, a man-made urban peninsula
Bronwyn K. Dalziel, University of Toronto; Donald A. Jackson, University of Toronto; F. Helen Rodd, University of Toronto; Karen McDonald, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
 Habitat structural complexity determines the importance of landscape setting on survivorship of intertidal oysters
Michelle C. Brodeur, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; F. Joel Fodrie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
 High phylogenetic but low functional turnover of melastomes along an elevational gradient
Gaurav Kandlikar, University of Maryland; Marcel Carita Vaz, University of Maryland; Frank Almeda, California Academy of Sciences; Gerardo Avalos, University of Costa Rica; Roberto Cordero, National University of Costa Rica; Fabián Michelangeli, The New York Botanical Garden; Ricardo Kreibel, University of Wisconson-Madison; German Vargas, National University of Costa Rica; Ned Fetcher, Wilkes University; Nathan J. B. Kraft, University of Maryland
 Phenotypic variability and offspring fertility in Chelymorpha alternans
Donald Windsor, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute; Lynette R. Strickland, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 The perfect storm: Extreme weather and predators drive phase shift in dominant Chesapeake Bay bivalve
Cassandra N. Glaspie, Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Rochelle D. Seitz, Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Romuald N. Lipcius, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
 Evolutionary trade-offs between opaque and clear egg masses in spotted salamanders (Ambystoma maculatum)
Carl D. Jacobsen, Appalachian State University; Kevin M. Burnette, Appalachian State University; Katelyn G. Pollock, Appalachian State University; M. Worth Pugh, Appalachian State University; Lynn M. Siefferman, Appalachian State University; Micheal M. Gangloff, Appalachian State University; Micheal S. Osbourn, Appalachian State University
 Functional type changes over a disturbance gradient of overwash sites on a Virginia barrier island
Ashley M. Moulton, Virginia Commonwealth University; Julie C. Zinnert, Virginia Commonwealth University
 Patterns of liana abundance in oak-hickory forest in southwestern Illinois
Peter R. Minchin, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Savanna R. Stabenow, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville; Elizabeth J. Esselman, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
 Contrasting species and phylogenetic composition of harvestmen between different sides of a geographic barrier in the atlantic forest hotspot
Tiago N. Bernabé, Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita”; Thiago Gonçalves-Souza, Rural Federal University of Pernambuco; Adriano B. Kury, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Gustavo Q. Romero, State University of Campinas
 Community-wide impacts of interactive trait-mediated interactions
Hsun-Yi Hsieh, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Ivette Perfecto, University of Michigan
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