PS 92
Latebreaking: Ecosystem Function

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Long-term trends of changes in pine and oak nitrogen metabolism (foliar and sapwood) in response to chronic nitrogen amendments at the harvard forest, MA
Rakesh Minocha, NRS; Swathi A. Turlapati, University of New Hampshire; Stephanie Long, NRS; William H. McDowell, University of New Hampshire; Subhash Minocha, University of New Hampshire
 The role of Magellanic Woodpeckers as a keystone species on Navarino Island, Chile
Amy L. Wynia, University of North Texas; Jaime E. Jiménez, IEB-UMAG-UNT
 Checking the pulse of rainfall pulse dynamics
Amy C. Bennett, University of New Mexico; Scott L. Collins, University of New Mexico; Marcy E. Litvak, University of New Mexico
 Ecosystem consequences of plant colonization as an evolutionary force
Liam O. Mueller, The University of Tennessee; Lauren Breza, University of New Hampshire; Christian P. Giardina, USDA Forest Service; Joseph K. Baley, The University of Tennessee; Jennifer Schweitzer, University of Tennessee
 Functional traits for understanding urban ecosystem services and their resilience?
Julie Goodness, Stockholm University; Erik Andersson, Stockholm University; Pippin ML Anderson, University of Cape Town; Thomas Elmqvist, Stockholm University
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