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Latebreaking: Distributions And Range Limits

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Spatial pattern, ecological niche, and interspecific competition of Viperidae in Korea
Min Seock Do, Kyung Hee University; Hoan-Jin Jang, Bureau of Basic Ecological Research; Dae-In Kim, Bureau of Basic Ecological Research; Seok-Jun Son, Kyung Hee University; Jeong-Chil Yoo, Kyung Hee University
 Effects of water stress and soil microbial communities on phenology and performance in Clarkia xantiana
John Benning, University of Minnesota; David A. Moeller, University of Minnesota
 Predicting distributions of pine and oak considering interspecific competition and dispersal ability
Han-Kyul Heo, Seoul National University; Yongwon Mo, Seoul National University; Ho Gul Kim, Seoul National University; Dong-Kun Lee, Seoul National University
 Using the stress response along an elevational gradient to understand habitat suitability for the Southern gray-cheeked salamander, Plethodon metcalfi¬†
Molly Nielsen, Clemson University; M. Taylor Stewart, Clemson University; Evan Apanovitch, Clemson University; Eric Riddell, Clemson University; Mike W. Sears, Clemson University
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