PS 35 - Climate Change: Ranges And Phenology

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Climate transforms the transition time between flower and fruit in montane wildflowers
Meera L. Sethi, University of Washington; Janneke HilleRisLambers, University of Washington; Elli J. Theobald, University of Washington; Ian K. Breckheimer, University of Washington
 A range of possibilities: Geographic variation in climate sensitivity of ponderosa pine
Ian M. McCullough, University of California, Santa Barbara; Frank W. Davis, University of California, Santa Barbara; A. Park Williams, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Colombia University
 Improving range shift predictions: Enhancing the power of traits
Anthony Cannistra, University of Washington; Lauren B. Buckley, University of Washington
 Climate and biotic interactions influence plant species' demographic responses across a Mediterranean-climate system
Paul B. Reed, University of Oregon; Laurel E. Pfeifer-Meister, University of Oregon; Bitty A. Roy, University of Oregon; Bart R. Johnson, University of Oregon; Matthew A. Krna, University of Oregon; Graham T. Bailes, University of Oregon; Annelise Rue-Johns, University of Oregon; Kathryn M. Nock, University of Oregon; Aaron A. Nelson, University of Oregon; Megan J. Sherritt, University of Oregon; Laura McCollough, University of Oregon; Maura Kanner, University of Oregon; Scott D. Bridgham, University of Oregon
 Species distribution modeling of small mammals: A systematic review of a continually developing conservation tool
Ivy V. Widick, Humboldt State University; William T. Bean, Humboldt State University
 The effects of microclimate on spring phenology at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest in western Oregon
Sarah Ward, University of Oregon; Mark Schulze, HJ Andrews Experimental Forest; Bitty A. Roy, University of Oregon
 Shifts in phenological overlap in response to recent climate change vary with grasshopper life history and elevation
Stuart I. Graham, University of Washington; Cesar R. Nufio, National Science Foundation; Lauren B. Buckley, University of Washington
 Envisioning changing phenology in drylands through art
Courtney M. Currier, Arizona State University; Osvaldo E. Sala, Arizona State University
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