COS 26 - Arctic, Alpine, Antarctic Systems

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
D132, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Spring fasting behavior among polar bears as an index of ecosystem productivity
Karyn Rode, US Geological Survey; Ryan R. Wilson, US Fish and Wildlife Service; David Douglas, US Geological Survey; Vanessa Muhlenbruch, US Geological Survey; Todd Atwood, US Geological Survey; Eric Regehr, US Fish and Wildlife Service; Evan Richardson, Environment Canada; Nicholas Pilfold, San Diego Zoo; Andrew E. Derocher, University of Alberta; George M. Durner, U.S. Geological Survey; Ian Stirling, University of Alberta; Steven Amstrup, Polar Bears International; Michelle St Martin, US Fish and Wildlife Service; Anthony Pagano, US Geological Survey; Kristin Simac, US Geological Survey
8:20 AM
 Species-specific effects of passive warming in an Antarctic moss system
Hannah M. Prather, Portland State University; Todd N. Rosenstiel, Portland State University; Angelica Casanova-Katny, University of Santiago; Sarah M. Eppley, Portland State University
8:40 AM
 The influence of Alnus viridis shrub patch dynamics on fine-scale environmental conditions on the Canadian low-Arctic tundra
Cory A. Wallace, WIlfrid Laurier University; Jennifer L. Baltzer, Wilfrid Laurier University
9:00 AM
 Production, decomposition and CO2 efflux patterns in the Colombian páramos: Ten years of monitoring the carbon cycle in the tropical alpine
Juan Benavides, IDEAM-Colombia; A. Paola Barbosa, Coordinadora Grupo de Bosques; Edgar A. Blanco, Professional expert; Luis M. Moreno, Professional expert; Maria C. Cardona, Professional expert; Jairo Rueda, Assistant Professor
9:20 AM
 CO2 fluxes in two peatlands in the northern Andes are controlled by radiation and soil temperature
Laura O. Gómez, EAFIT University; Juan Benavides, Pontifical Xaverian University; Erik A. Lilleskov, US Forest Service, Northern Research Station; Rodney Chimner, Michigan Technological University; John Hribljan, Michigan Technological University
9:40 AM
10:10 AM
 Shorebird nest site habitat composition: Implications for climate change
Aaron R. Gottesman, Humboldt State University; Mark A. Colwell, Humboldt State University
10:30 AM
 The dynamic interaction of climate change and a marine-terrestrial linkage in the Falkland Islands
Dulcinea V Groff, University of Maine; Jacquelyn L. Gill, University of Maine
10:50 AM
 Linking diminishing sea ice of Beringia to large consumer organisms and ecosystem resiliency
G. Carleton Ray, University of Virginia; Gary L. Hufford, Retired
11:10 AM
 The influence of permafrost thaw depth on plant-water relations in a high latitude Siberian boreal forest
Heather A. Kropp, Colgate University; Michael M. Loranty, Colgate University; Susan M. Natali, Woods Hole Research Center; Alexander Kholodov, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Nikita Zimov, Northeast Science Station
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