PS 51 - Communities: Spatial Patterns And Environmental Gradients

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Abiotic and biotic drivers of foliar fungal communities of Populus trichocarpa
Edward G. Barge, Oregon State University; Shawn P. Brown, Oregon State University; Kabir G. Peay, Stanford University; George Newcombe, University of Idaho; Posy E. Busby, Oregon State University
 Environmental determinants of geographic variation in the occurrence of ant worker polyphenism (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
Frederique La Richeliere, Concordia University; Ehab Abouheif, McGill University; Jean-Philippe Lessard, Concordia University
 A point pattern analysis of trees by age class, mycorrhizal type, and phylogeny in a temperate hardwood forest
Andrew C. Eagar, Kent State University; Colleen Cosgrove, Kent State University; Mark W. Kershner, Kent State University; Christopher B. Blackwood, Kent State University
 Diversity and abundance of Odonata in different elevations of Puerto Rico
Angelique Rosa Marin, University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon; Shirley M. Velez Perez, University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon; Isamar Sanchez Calafell, University of Puerto Rico at Bayamon; Alonso Ramirez, University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras
 Examining the drivers of long-term change in benthic biodiversity cross the Bermuda reef platform
Katherine L. Hudson, Northeastern University; Tim Noyes, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS)
 Environmental variation influences aphid community structure over large spatial and temporal scales
Savvas Constantinou, Michigan State University; Courtney Larson, Michigan State University; Isaac Osei-Bonsu, Michigan State University; Braeden Van Deynze, Michigan State University; Chad R. Zirbel, Michigan State University; Doris Lagos-Kutz, University of Illinois; Christie A. Bahlai, Michigan State University
 Examining spatial and temporal trends in precipitation-borne microbial communities: A novel quantification across the United States
Aurora L. H. Bayless-Edwards, Idaho State University; Ken Aho, Idaho State University; Carolyn Weber, Idaho State University; Jason T. Werth, Idaho State University; Boris Vinatzer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; David G. Schmale III, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Brent C. Christner, University of Florida; Rachel Joyce, University of Florida; Heather Lavender, University of Florida
 Fine scale spatial variation in woody regeneration following ecologically based timber harvest
Skye M. Greenler, Purdue University; Michael R. Saunders, Purdue University
 Phylogenetic and taxonomic beta diversity of macrofungi across Europe
Claus Bässler, Bavarian Forest National Park; F. Krah, Technical University München; Carrie J. Andrew, Northeastern Illinois University; E. Heegaard, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research; P. Kirk, Royal Botanic Garden, Kew; J. Heilman-Clausen, University of Copenhagen; I. Krisai-Greilhuber, University of Vienna; T. Kuyper, Wageningen University; B. Senn-Irlet, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL; U. Büntgen, University of Cambridge; J. Dietz, University of California; Simon Egli, Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL; Alan Gange, Royal Holloway, University of London; R. Halvorsen, University of Oslo; K. Hoiland, University of Oslo; J. Norden, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research; F. Rustoen, University of Oslo; L. Boddy, Cardiff School of Biosciences; H. Kauserud, University of Oslo
 Grassland fire and grazing management affects soil microbial diversity and heterogeneity
Priscilla Moley, Kansas State University; R. Kent Connell, Kansas State University; Priscila Guzman, Kansas State University; E. Korba Akley, Kansas State University; Christine M. Carson, Kansas State University; Tiffany Carter, Kansas State University; Noortje Notenbaert, Kansas State University; Lydia H. Zeglin, Kansas State University
 Temporal heterogeneity increases with spatial heterogeneity in ecological communitie
Scott L. Collins, University of New Mexico; Meghan L. Avolio, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center; Corinna Gries, University of Wisconsin; Lauren M. Hallett, University of Colorado Boulder; Sally E. Koerner, University of South Florida; Kimberly J. La Pierre, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Andrew L. Rypel, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; Eric R. Sokol, University of Colorado; Dan F.B. Flynn, University of Zurich; Sydney K. Jones, University of New Mexico; Laura M. Ladwig, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Julie Ripplinger, University of California; Matthew B. Jones, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis; Samuel B. Fey, Yale University
 Biocrust biogeography across three cold deserts in Antarctica, China, and the United States
Natasha A. Griffin, Brigham Young University; Jayne Belnap, U.S. Geological Survey; Zachary T. Aanderud, Brigham Young University
 Biogeographic variation in common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) functional and defensive traits, and their effect on monarch (Danaus plexippus) fitness
David S. De La Mater III, College of William and Mary; John J. Couture, Purdue University; Josh R. Puzey, College of William and Mary; Harmony J. Dalgleish, College of William and Mary
 Ecological drivers of plant community composition in the Seney Wilderness Area, Upper Michigan
Alex J. Graeff, Northern Michigan University; Alan J. Rebertus, Northern Michigan University; R. Gregory Corace III, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Matthew J. Van Grinsven, Northern Michigan Univeristy
 Spatial patterns of microbial communities in Oregon soils
Christopher James Burgess, Oregon State Univeristy; David D. Myrold, Oregon State University
 Response of native bee communities to land use across three ecological regions of the western Canadian prairies
Monica Kohler, University of Alberta; Ashton Sturm, University of Alberta; Cameron N. Carlyle, University of Alberta; Cory Sheffield, Royal Saskatchewan Museum; Jessamyn S. Manson, University of Virginia
 Cyanolichen distribution and abundance along a west-east climate gradient in Oregon
Abby L. Glauser, Oregon State University; Bruce McCune, Oregon State University
 How are dispersal and genetic diversity affected by the environmental mosaic of the Columbia Basin Project?
Crysta A. Gantz, Portland State University; Angela L. Strecker, Portland State University
 Multi-decadal shifts in forest community composition across glacial landforms: Space trumps time
Raleigh D. Ricart, The Ohio State University; Douglas R. Pearsall, The Nature Conservancy; Peter S. Curtis, The Ohio State University
 Lowland ecotype of Panicum virgatum performs as well as upland ecotype across a wide range of soil types at northern latitude
Michael P Ryskamp, Michigan State University; Marisa VanDam, Michigan State University; Patrick J Bigelow, Michigan State University; Kasey Nicholoff, Michigan State University; Andrew Wood, Michigan State University; Colin Phillippo, Michigan State University; Emily Valice, Michigan State University; Julia Perrone, Michigan State University; Ellen Cole, Michigan State University; Rufus Isaacs, Michigan State University; Doug A. Landis, Michigan State University; Carolyn M. Malmstrom, Michigan State University
 Variable patterns of species co-occurrence in Wisconsin’s Tension Zone
Monika E. Shea, University of Wisconsin-Madison; David J. Mladenoff, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Philip A. Townsend, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Murray K. Clayton, Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison
 Influence of habitat variation on 36 years of subtidal community structure at San Nicolas Island
Zachary H. Randell, Oregon State University; M. Tim Tinker, United States Geological Survey – Western Ecological Research Center; Mike Kenner, University of California
 Testing darwin’s naturalization hypothesis: Phylogenetic community structure among native and non-native species
William N. Weaver, University of Colorado at Boulder; Julienne Ng, University of Colorado at Boulder; Robert Laport, University of Colorado at Boulder
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