COS 126 - Climate Change: Ranges And Phenology I

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
D129-130, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Decreased soil moisture in warming experiments alters phenology
Ailene K. Ettinger, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University; Jeffrey S. Dukes, Purdue University; Miriam R. Johnston, Harvard University; Christine R Rollinson, The Morton Arboretum; Elizabeth M. Wolkovich, Harvard University
8:20 AM
 Photoperiod cues and patterns of genetic variation limit phenological responses to climate change in warm parts of species’ range: Modeling diameter-growth cessation in coast Douglas-fir
Kevin R. Ford, US Bureau of Land Management; Constance A. Harrington, USDA Forest Service; J. Bradley St. Clair, USDA Forest Service
8:40 AM
 Phenology, flower albedo, and soil microclimate: A positive feedback between vegetation and climate change?
Amy Iler, Chicago Botanic Garden; Alfonso Blazquez, Aarhus University; Heidi Steltzer, Fort Lewis College
9:00 AM
 Marine biogeographic controls on climate-related range shifts
Alexa Fredston-Hermann, University of California Santa Barbara; Steven D. Gaines, University of California Santa Barbara; Brian Gaylord, University of California, Davis; Malin L. Pinsky, Rutgers University; Benjamin S. Halpern, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 ENSO and anthropogenic climate change signals in a legacy phenology datset from the Pacific Northwest
Briana Lindh, Willamette University; Kees McGahan, Willamette University
10:10 AM
 Defining energy seascapes to predict future distribution and production of fish
Cassandra N. Glaspie, Oregon State University; Stephen B. Brandt, Oregon State University; Cynthia Sellinger, Oregon State University
10:30 AM
 Plastic and genetic responses to warmer and wetter climate in reproductive phenology and growth of Ranunculus acris
Nicola Delnevo, Edith Cowan University; Alessandro Petraglia, University of Parma; Michele Carbognani, University of Parma; Vigdis Vandvik, University of Bergen; Aud H. Halbritter, University of Bergen
10:50 AM
 Upslope treeline shifts point to life stage climate envelope differences in Great Basin bristlecone pine forests
Brian V. Smithers, UC Davis; Malcolm North, USDA Forest Service; Andrew M. Latimer, University of California Davis; Constance I. Millar, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station
11:10 AM
 Testing the facilitation model for climate adaptation in Great Lakes forests
Mark A. White, The Nature Conservancy; Julie R. Etterson, University of Minnesota-Duluth; Laura C. Kavajecz, University of Minnesota-Duluth; Jordan S. Mead, University of Minnesota-Duluth; Meredith W. Cornett, The Nature Conservancy
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