COS 19 - Ecosystem Management I

Tuesday, August 9, 2016: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
220/221, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
8:20 AM
 Environmental, economic, and energetic costs and benefits of biofuel production by using waste nitrogen via constructed wetland
Dong Liu, Nanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences, Ministry of Environmental Protection, China
8:40 AM
 Can protection of ecosystem services preserve biodiversity? A novel approach combining decision optimization and network models
Hui Xiao, The University of Queensland; Régis Sabbadin, INRA-Toulouse; Laura Dee, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; Nathalie Peyrard, INRA-Toulouse; Iadine Chades, CSIRO; Eve McDonald-Madden, The University of Queensland
9:00 AM
 A conceptual framework to address stress-associated human health effects of ecosystem services degraded by disasters
Paul Sandifer, College of Charleston; Landon Knapp, College of Charleston; Tracy Collier, Private; Amanda Jones, University of South Carolina; Robert-Paul Juster, Columbia University; Christopher Kelble, NOAA; John Miglarese, Private; Lawrence Palinkas, University of Southern California; Dwayne Porter, University of South Carolina; Geoffrey Scott, University of South Carolina; Lisa M. Smith, US EPA; William Sullivan, University of Illinois at Urbana; Ariana Sutton-Grier, University of Maryland and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
9:20 AM
 Delineation and management of ecological protection redlines in China
Changxin Zou, Nanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences, Ministry of Environmental Protection, China
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Comparing apples and oranges: Thresholds of ecological indicators in response to environmental and anthropogenic pressures reveal common trends in multiple marine ecosystems
Jamie C Tam, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration; Jason S. Link, NOAA NMFS Northeast Fisheries Science Center; Scott Large, ICES; Elliott Hazen, NOAA; Jameal F. Samhouri, NOAA Fisheries; Kelly Andrews, NOAA; Stephani Zador, NOAA; Kirstin K. Holsman, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries Service; Mandy A. Karnauskas, Southeast Fisheries Science Center; Jamison M. Gove, NOAA Fisheries, Pacific Islands Fisheries & Inouye Regional Center; Rebecca Shuford, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration
10:10 AM
 Can variable density thinning accelerate the development of late-successional forest structure in the Pacific Northwest?
John L. Willis, Mississippi State University; Scott D. Roberts, Mississippi State University; Constance A. Harrington, USDA Forest Service
10:30 AM
 Exit time as a measure of resilience of ecosystem states
Babak M. S. Arani, Wageningen University; Arie Staal, Wageningen University; Egbert H. van Nes, Wageningen University; Marten Scheffer, Wageningen University
11:10 AM
 Understory vegetation abundance, diversity and composition on coarse woody debris in boreal forest
Praveen Kumar, Lakehead University; Han Y. H. Chen, Lakehead University
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