COS 14 - Climate Change: Ranges And Phenology II

Tuesday, August 9, 2016: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
305, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Climate change is advancing spring onset across the US national park system
Alyssa H. Rosemartin, USA National Phenology Network; William Monahan, US Forest Service; Katharine L. Gerst, University of Arizona; Nicholas Fisichelli, National Park Service; Toby R. Ault, Cornell University; Mark D. Schwartz, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; John Gross, National Park Service; Jake F. Weltzin, USA National Phenology Network
8:20 AM
 Do populations in hot and cold portions of a species' range differ in response to annual climate variation?
Andrew R. Kleinhesselink, Utah State University; Peter B. Adler, Utah State University
8:40 AM
 Identifying trait based responses of plant phenology to climate
Juliet Oshiro, University of California, Santa Cruz; Stephen Potts, Louisiana State University; Laurel R. Fox, University of California Santa Cruz
9:00 AM
 Horticultural escape greatly outpaces natural migration in the northward range shift of an eastern US tree species, Magnolia tripetala
Jesse Bellemare, Smith College; Gretel Clarke, Smith College; Regan Early, University of Exeter, Cornwall; Dov F. Sax, Brown University
9:30 AM Cancelled
 Winter distribution shift in a short-distance migratory bird: What implications for conservation under climate change?
Simon Rolland, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle; Cyril Éraud, Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage; Denis Roux, Office National de la Chasse et de la Faune Sauvage; Frédéric Jiguet, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
9:20 AM
9:50 AM
 Modeling and testing the fundamentals of assisted migration
Ty Tuff, Washington University in St. Louis; Alan Hastings, University of California, Davis; Brett A. Melbourne, University of Colorado at Boulder
10:10 AM
 Crowd-sourced data reveals phenological mismatches between social and ecological systems driven by climate
Ian K. Breckheimer, University of Washington; Elli J. Theobald, University of Washington; Anna K. Wilson, Cornell University; Nicoleta C. Cristea, University of Washington; Jessica D. Lundquist, University of Washington; Regina M. Rochefort, National Park Service; Janneke HilleRisLambers, University of Washington
10:30 AM
 Recent trends in spring vegetation green-up phenology in North America
Stephen J. Mayor, University of Colorado; David C. Schneider, Memorial University of Newfoundland; Margaret E. Andrew, Murdoch University; David A.W. Miller, Pennsylvania State University; Henry W. Loescher, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON); Sarah C. Elmendorf, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON); Robert P. Guralnick, University of Florida
10:50 AM
 Single measures of phenology may not accuratley predict phenological shifts
Shannon K. Carter, Rice University; Volker H. W. Rudolf, Rice University; Daniel Saenz, US Forest Service
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