COS 36 - Ecosystem Services Assessment II

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B112, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Does biological invasion degrade the cultural service of aesthetic enjoyment?
Jake M. Griffin, Edgewood College; Timothy R. Kuhman, Edgewood College; Trixie Maples, Edgewood College; Casey Kula, Edgewood College; David Brown, Edgewood College
8:20 AM
 The limits of ecosystem services from intact forest and an agro-forestry landscape to support livelihoods from small-scale cocoa in Ghana
Alexandra C Morel, University of Oxford; Mark A. Hirons, University of Oxford; Ken Norris, Zoological Society of London; Yadvinder Malhi, University of Oxford
9:00 AM
 Estimation of carbon in complex agricultural landscapes in the tropics at different scales
Clare Sullivan, Agriculture and Food Security Center, The Earth Institute, Columbia University; Gary R. Watmough, Aarhus University; Sean M. Smukler, The University of British Columbia; Cheryl Palm, University of Florida
9:20 AM
 Beyond interception: Hydrological ecosystem services of urban street trees for cooling runoff
Lauren A Burns, Washington State University Vancouver; Katrina Kubiniec, University of Washington; Kevan B Moffett, Washington State University Vancouver
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 How poplars could provide win-win ecosystem services scenarios uniting bioenergy, water quality, habitat diversification, and more
Noelle M. Hart, Washington State University Extension; Mark D. Coleman, University of Idaho; Amy L. Klocko, Oregon State University; Brian W. Moser, Rocky Mountain Wildlife Institute; Patricia A. Townsend, Washington State University Extension; Catherine Gowan, Washington State University Extension; Nora Haider, Washington State University Extension; Kevin Zobrist, Washington State University Extension
10:10 AM
 Ecological and societal impacts of transitioning to more sustainable agroecosystem management: The case of beef production systems
Marcia S. DeLonge, Union of Concerned Scientists; Kranti Mulik, Union of Concerned Scientists; Alexandra Parisien, University of Virginia; Rebecca Wasserman-Olin, Land Stewardship Project
10:50 AM
 Nursery habitats enhance fish biomass in rocky reefs and fisheries landings
Andrew F Johnson, UC San Diego; Alfredo Giron-Nava, UC San Diego; Marcia Moreno-Baez, Centro para la Biodiversidad Marina y la Conservacion; Alvin Suarez, Comunidad y Biodiversidad; Octavio Aburto-Oropeza, University of California San Diego
11:10 AM
 Wild herbivores mediate the effects of intensive forest management to drive plant community and plantation development
Thomas D. Stokely, Oregon State University; Matthew G. Betts, Oregon State University
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