PS 40 - Environmental Gradients

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Determinants of geographic distribution in ants: Does morphology vary predictably along broad-scale environmental gradients?
François Brassard, Concordia University; André Francoeur, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC); Jean-Philippe Lessard, Concordia University
 What causes lower treeline? Changes in hydraulic parameters of Douglas-fir along an elevation gradient
Theresa Condo, Idaho State University; Keith Reinhardt, Idaho State University
 Shadows and growth potential in Campylocentrum fasciola 
Julymar Rodríguez López, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao; Raymond L. Tremblay, University of Puerto Rico at Humacao
 Which came first, the microclimate or the bryophyte? Relationship of vertical microclimate profiles with biomass of old-growth forest bryophytes
Elise Heffernan, Oregon State University; Barbara Lachenbruch, Department of Forest Ecosystems & Society; Christopher Still, Oregon State University; Mark Schulze, HJ Andrews Experimental Forest
 Primary productivity of floodplain meadow was determined by elevation rather than soil fertility in seven river estuaries of Poyang Lake
Zhichun Lan, Fudan University; Wei Shi, Nanchang University; Chen Jiakuan, Fudan University; Yasong Chen, Nanchang University; Mingyang Wang, Nanchang University
 Constraints on acorn production in two oak species with contrasting water use strategies
Kyle A. Funk, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Johannes M. H. Knops, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Walter D. Koenig, Cornell University
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