PS 2 - Community Ecology

Monday, August 8, 2016: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
ESA Exhibit Hall, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
 Halophyte community dynamics in coastal wetlands after construction of large-scale sea-dikes
Namjoo Heo, Rural Research Institute; Seona Yun, Sungkyunkwan university
 Interpreting the effects of fragmentation: How connectivity, patch shape, and edges alter patterns of short-distance seed dispersal
Christopher R. Warneke, Michigan State University; T. Trevor Caughlin, University of Florida; Ellen I. Damschen, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Lars A. Brudvig, Michigan State University
 Natural regeneration of conifers and oaks considering edaphic, biological and disturbance factors to southwest of Mexico
Erick Gutiérrez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Irma Trejo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
 Patch area and edge effect influence woody plant species composition and mortality in a fragmented landscape
Jinliang Liu, Zhejiang University; Guang Hu, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University; Yi Jin, Zhejiang University; Jinfeng Yuan, Zhejiang University; Mingjian Yu, Zhejiang University
 On conservation and management plan of coastal sand dune ecosystem using health assessment
HyeonHo Myeong, Korean National Park Research Institute; ByungSun Ihm, Mokpo National University; JeomSook Lee, Kunsan National University
 Using intraspecific variability to evaluate filters on community assembly along an elevational gradient
Timothy M. Perez, Florida International University; Kenneth J. Feeley, Florida International University
 Does the spatial pattern of tree recruitment in temperate forests reflect a species' successional status?
Alissa J. Brown, University of North Carolina; Robert K. Peet, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Peter S. White, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
 Predicting summer survival of white alder using a hydrologically linked soil moisture-heat based early establishment model
Patrick Jablkowski, University of Calgary; Edward A. Johnson, University of Calgary; Yvonne Martin, University of Calgary
 Convergent patterns of α- and β-functional diversity across tropical and temperate mountain forests
Kiri A. Staiger, Kenyon College; Andrew J. Kerkhoff, Kenyon College; Brian J. Enquist, University of Arizona; Brian Maitner, University of Arizona; Brad Boyle, University of Arizona; Nathan Swenson, University of Maryland
 Soil microbial community dynamics in response to fire along a pine island elevational gradient
Pamela Weisenhorn, Argonne National Laboratory; Jack A. Gilbert, University of Chicago; Loretta L. Battaglia, Southern Illinois University
 The community assemblage of tree-hole mosquitoes in southern New York State
Marly B. Katz, Fordham University; Richard C. Falco, New York State; John E. Kokas, New York State; Thomas J. Daniels, Fordham University
 Post-disturbance sprouting is more advantageous than seeding in Redwood-Tanoak forests of Big Sur, CA
Sofia Koutzoukis, Lewis & Clark College; Allison Simler, University of California Davis; Margaret R. Metz, Lewis & Clark College
 The forest dynamic in Nanjenshan Area in Southern Taiwan
Wei-Chun Chao, National Chiayi University; Kuo-Jung Chao, National Chung Hsing University; Guo-Zhang Michael Song, National Chung Hsing University; Chang-Fu Hsieh, National Taiwan University
 Spatiotemporal variation in the assemblages of avian frugivore communities across Florida: Insights from annual Audubon Society Christmas Bird Counts
Kelley D. Erickson, University of Miami; Carol C. Horvitz, University of Miami; Bo Zhang, University of Miami
 Changes in dominance drive global variation in herbivore effects on grassland diversity
Sally E. Koerner, Duke University; Melinda D. Smith, Colorado State University; Deron E. Burkepile, University of California, Santa Barbara; Meghan L. Avolio, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center; Scott L. Collins, University of New Mexico; Alan K. Knapp, Colorado State University; Nathan P. Lemoine, Colorado State University; Elisabeth J. Forrestel, Harvard University; Stephanie Eby, Colorado State University; The Grazing Exclosure Consortium, Various Affiliations
 Demographic correlates of the coexistence of evergreen and deciduous woody plant species in a Chinese subtropical forest
Yi Jin, Zhejiang University; Sabrina E. Russo, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Mingjian Yu, Zhejiang University
 Changes of ant species composition and assemblage processes in coastal dunes
Xuan Chen, Louisiana State University; Steven J. Presley, University of Connecticut; Benjamin A. Sikes, University of Kansas; Linda Hooper-Bui, Louisiana State University
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