PS 34 - Climate Change: Plants

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Response of Phragmites australis growth to combined water and salinity stress
Weihua Guo, Shandong University; Xiaona Yu, Shandong University
 Elevated CO2 alleviates decreased freezing tolerance under high nitrogen in the grass, Poa pratensis
Ricky S. Kong, University of Western Ontario; Hugh A.L. Henry, University of Western Ontario
 Herbivory mediates community change caused by indirect effects of warming in a subarctic coastal wetland
Lindsay G. Carlson, Utah State University; Karen H. Beard, Utah State University; Peter B. Adler, Utah State University
 How do climatic influences on alpine tree growth vary across different climate zones?
Myesa Legendre-Fixx, University of Washington; Ailene Ettinger, University of Washington; Leander DL Anderegg, University of Washington; Janneke HilleRisLambers, University of Washington
 Is plant operation during drought reflected in xylem and phloem anatomy of two coexisting arid-zone coniferous trees?
Max G. Ryan, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Sanna A. Sevanto, Los Alamos National Laboratory; L. Turin Dickman, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Dominique Derome, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Material Science and Technology; Alessandra Patera, Paul Scherrer Institute; Thijs Defraeye, ETH Zurich; Robert E. Pangle, University of New Mexico; Patrick Hudson, University of New Mexico; William T. Pockman, University of New Mexico
 SPRUCE ecophysiology - Increased temperature shifts seasonal growth and hydraulic stress in a southern boreal forested bog – how species specific responses may lead to changes in ecosystem structure and function
Jeffrey M. Warren, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Eric J. Ward, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Paul J. Hanson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Stan D. Wullschleger, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
 Post-fire recruitment of two conifer species under manipulated drought and shrub competition conditions
Chhaya M. Werner, University of California, Davis; Truman P. Young, University of California, Davis; Hugh D. Safford, Regional Ecologist, USDA Forest Service
 Productivity and community composition respond to different limiting nutrients in a semi-arid grassland
Alec A. Carrigy, University of New Mexico; Sydney K. Jones, University of New Mexico; Laura M. Ladwig, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Laura B. White, University of New Mexico; Jennifer A. Rudgers, University of New Mexico; Scott L. Collins, University of New Mexico
 How does climate influence population dynamics of Mimulus tilingii?
Teodora S. Rautu, University of Washington; Ian Breckheimer, University of Washington; Janneke HilleRisLambers, University of Washington
 Variation in canopy architecture and leaf economic traits in a dominant riparian tree species (Populus fremontii) along its thermal distribution
Davis Blasini, Desert Botanical Garden; Dan F. Koepke, Desert Botanic Garden; Kevin C. Grady, Northern Arizona University; Kevin R. Hultine, Desert Botanical Garden
 The response of Pacific Northwest evergreen coniferous forests to climate change: The case of Douglas fir explored with a dynamic vegetation model
Marie A. Dury, University of Liège; Bharat Rastogi, Oregon State University; John B. Kim, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station; Christopher J. Still, Oregon State University
 Quantifying barrier island state change: Effect of vegetation on island migration in a changing climate
Ben Nettleton, Virginia Commonwealth University; Julie C. Zinnert, Virginia Commonwealth University
 New climate, new growing season
Abigail M. Johnson, University of Rhode Island; David J. Grisé, Oso Bay Educational Consulting
 The impact of heat, drought, and their combined effect on the vulnerability to embolism of saplings growing at the temperate-boreal ecotone
Katherine A. McCulloh, The University of Wisconsin-Madison; Raimundo Bermudez, University of Minnesota; Artur Stefanski, University of Minnesota; Daniel M. Johnson, University of Idaho; Jean-Christophe Domec, North Carolina State University; Duncan D. Smith, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Peter B. Reich, University of Minnesota
 Interactions among species composition, water stress, and the pathogenicity of Biscogniauxia atrponctatum on oak mortality in upland Crosstimbers ecosystems
Alissa J. Freeman, Oklahoma State University; Henry D. Adams, Oklahoma State University; William Hammond, Oklahoma State University
 Carbon uptake of American chestnut in current and future climates
David M. Rosenthal, Ohio University; Kelsey N. Bryant, Ohio University; Brett W. Fredericksen, Ohio University
 Plant physiological thermal acclimation of understory shrubs in a Puerto Rican tropical rainforest
Molly A. Cavaleri, Michigan Technological University; Kelsey R. Carter, Michigan Technological University; Sasha C. Reed, U.S. Geological Survey; Tana E. Wood, USDA Forest Service
 Ultraviolet B radiation modifies resistance and tolerance to insect herbivory in recombinant inbred lines of Arabidopsis thaliana
M. Gabriela Bidart, Bowling Green State University; Adebobola Imeh-Nathaniel, Bowling Green State University
 Reversibility of warming-induced changes in sugar maple root and soil respiration
Peter J. Hoch, Michigan Technological University; Andrew J. Burton, Michigan Technological University; Mickey P. Jarvi, College of the Redwoods
 Plant production responses to seasonal water balance diverge among deserts and plant communities in the southwestern U.S
Seth M. Munson, U.S. Geological Survey; Erin L. Bunting, U.S. Geological Survey; John B. Bradford, U.S. Geological Survey
 Integrating historic datasets to inform ecotonal boundaries between Great Plains grasslands
Nathan Burruss, USDA ARS; Jin Yao, USDA ARS; Debra P. C. Peters, USDA ARS
 Interactive effects of drought and fungal endopyhtes: A comparison between a field and greenhouse study
Kasey N. Kiesewetter, University of Miami; Jennifer Rudgers, University of New Mexico; Shaun Ziegler, Indiana University; Michelle E. Afkhami, University of Miami
 Selective effect of growth at different [CO2] on phnologial development of Arabidopsis thaliana
Chantal D. Reid, Duke University; Joy K. Ward, University of Kansas
 Arctic-alpine vegetation responses to global change following glacial retreat: Primary succession in the Central Brooks Range, Alaska
Shawnee A. Gowan, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Donald A. Walker, University of Alaska
 In the Mongolian steppe, plant community response to warming depends on precipitation, grazing, and landscape location
Argo Ronk, University of Pennsylvania; Pierre Liancourt, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; Peter S. Petraitis, University of Pennsylvania; Brenda B. Casper, University of Pennsylvania
 Seasonal to annual climate impacts post-fire conifer regeneration in the Northern Rockies
Lacey E. Hankin, University of Montana; Philip Higuera, University of Montana; Kimberley Taylor Davis, University of Montana; Solomon Dobrowski, University of Montana; Sean A. Parks, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
 The dynamic pattern of litterfall under the different time scale in southernmost of Taiwan
Wei-Chun Chao, National Chiayi University; Chen-Chia Ku, National Chiayi University; Sin Chen, Endemic Species Research Institute; Jianwu Tang, Marine Biological Laboratory; Cheng-Wei Fan, National Chung Cheng University
 Climate induced changes in the Adirondack maple sugaring season over the past century
Carolyn Barrett Dash, Hamilton College; Anne McGarvey, Hamilton College
 Drought time stable carbon and nitrogen isoscapes for two dominant indicator species in Sierra Nevada subalpine meadows
Steven Lee, US Geological Survey; Alexandre Génin, Institut des Sciences de l'Evolution de Montpellier; Steven M. Ostoja, USDA; Stephen C. Hart, University of California
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