PS 10 - Ecosystem Function

Monday, August 7, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Limitations to winter photosynthesis of a subalpine coniferous forest in the Colorado Rocky Mountains
David R. Bowling, University of Utah; Barry A. Logan, Bowdoin College; Koen Hufkens, Harvard University; Donald Aubrecht, Harvard University; Andrew D. Richardson, Harvard University; Sean Burns, University of Colorado Boulder; Peter D. Blanken, University of Colorado, Boulder; David Eiriksson, University of Utah
 Carbon substrate utilization and soil characteristics at Wild Basin Wilderness Preserve, Austin, TX
Justin Stewart, St. Edward's University; Ana Hernandez, St. Edward's University; David Johnson, St. Edward's University; Teresa Bilinski, St. Edward’s University
 Using a trait-based approach to study the relationships between turnover and wood productivity in two contrasting forests of Venezuela, northern South America
Emilio J. Vilanova, Universidad de Los Andes; Robert Swan, University of Washington; Gregory J. Ettl, University of Washington
 Pyric herbivory, scales of heterogeneity, and drought
Christine Bielski, University of Nebraska; Dirac Twidwell, University of Nebraska; Samuel D. Fuhlendorf, Oklahoma State University; Carissa L. Wonkka, University of Nebraska; Brady W. Allred, University of Montana; Tyson Ochsner, Oklahoma State University; Erik S. Krueger, University of Oklahoma; David M. Engle, Oklahoma State University; J.D. Carlson, University of Oklahoma
 Complementarity and competition among switchgrass varieties in different soil conditions
Bibiana Rodriguez, California State University, Sacramento; Karen A. Stahlheber, University of Wisconsin; Katherine L. Gross, Michigan State University
 Biodiversity-ecosystem function relationships are mediated by the environment and functional trait assembly
Ashley J. Knudson, Washington University in St. Louis; Christopher P. Catano, Washington University in St. Louis; Jonathan A. Myers, Washington University in St. Louis
 Effect of community structure and plant species composition of novel and human-impacted ecosystems on wildlife in the lower piedmont of North Carolina
Hannah R. M. LaCava, North Carolina State University; Alyssa M. Martinez, North Carolina State University; Theodore Shear, North Carolina State University; Steven Grodsky, University of California, Davis
 High intermediary mutualist density provides consistent biological control in a tripartite mutualism
Iris Saraeny Rivera Salinas, Universidad Autónoma Chapingo; Zachary Hajian-Forooshani, University of Michigan; Esteli Jimenez-Soto, U. of California, Santa Cruz; Juan Antonio Cruz-Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma Chapingo; Stacy M. Philpott, University of California, Santa Cruz
 Evidence of overyielding in young aspen-spruce mixtures
Deogkyu Kweon, University of Alberta; Philip G. Comeau, University of Alberta
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