COS 31 - Ecosystem Management II

Tuesday, August 9, 2016: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
220/221, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
1:30 PM Cancelled
 An integrated bioeconomic model of marine wild fisheries in the Gulf of Maine
Eric J. Chapman, University of New England; Carrie J. Byron, University of New England; Di Jin, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Tracey M. Dalton, University of Rhode Island
1:50 PM
 Can forest managment increase watershed drought resilience?
Katherine L. Martin, Center for Integrated Forest Science, USDA Forest Service; James M. Vose, Center for Integrated Forest Science; David N. Wear, USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station; John W. Coulston, USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station; Taehee Hwang, Indiana University; Lawrence E. Band, University of North Carolina
2:10 PM
 Land use effects on patterns and processes of decomposer metacommunities in tree holes
Anastasia L. Roberts, Universität Salzburg; Jana S. Petermann, Universität Salzburg; Martin M. Gossner, Technische Universität München; Wolfgang W. Weisser, Technical University of Munich
2:30 PM
 When less can be more: Tradeoffs between fine-scale site measurements and coarse sensory data for long-term ecosystem monitoring
Jessica A. Klassen, Florida Atlantic University; Dale E. Gawlik, Florida Atlantic University
2:50 PM
3:00 PM Cancelled
 Novel wetland ecosystems by design
Charles A. Cole, The Pennsylvania State University
3:20 PM
 Socioecological responses of urban vegetation to catastrophic flooding and land abandonment in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina
Joshua Lewis, Tulane University; Wayne C. Zipperer, USDA Forest Service; Michael J. Blum, ByWater Institute; Rebecca Hazen, Tulane University; David Baker, Tulane University; Thomas Elmqvist, Stockholm University; Henrik Ernstson, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
3:40 PM
 Making friends with strangers: The Kings Bay Adaptive Management Experiment
Jason M. Evans, Stetson University; Robert L. Knight, Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute; Ron Clarke, Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute; Katie Tripp, Save the Manatee Club
4:20 PM
 The status, trend, and spatial relationships of China'€™s ecosystem services in an Anthropocene Epoch
Wu Yang, Zhejiang University; Yi Xiao, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Hua Zheng, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Weihua Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Zhiyun Ouyang, Chinese Academy of Sciences
4:40 PM
 Modeling wetland hydroperiod and community response for decision support in water resources management
Sandra Fox, St Johns River Water Management District; Palmer Kinser, St Johns River Water Management District
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