COS 180 - Ecosystem Management II

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B113, Oregon Convention Center
8:20 AM
 Status and prospects for renewable energy using wood pellets from the southeastern United States
Virginia H. Dale, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Keith L. Kline, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Esther Parish, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
8:40 AM
 Economic benefits from ecosystem-based management depends on management history
Timothy E. Essington, University of Washington; James N. Sanchirico, University of California-Davis; Marissa L. Baskett, University of California, Davis
9:00 AM
 The food-water-energy-biodiversity-social systems nexus in the Upper Missouri River Basin: Agricultural intensification has led to regional summer cooling, but need it be at the expense of biodiversity?
Paul C. Stoy, Montana State University; Tobias Gerken, Montana State University; Gabriel Bromley, Montana State University; Selena Ahmed, Montana State University; Shannon E. Albeke, University of Wyoming; Brad Bauer, University of Wyoming; Jack Brookshire, Montana State University; Julia Haggerty, Montana State University; Meghann E. Jarchow, University of South Dakota; Perry Miller, Montana State University; Brent Peyton, Montana State University; Ben Rashford, University of Wyoming; Lee Spangler, Montana State University; David L. Swanson, University of South Dakota; Suzi Taylor, Montana State University; Benjamin Poulter, NASA GSFC
9:20 AM
 Assessing terrestrial conditions on US National Forest System lands at a national scale
Robert E Vaughan, RedCastleResources-USDA- Forest Service; David T. Cleland, USDA Forest Service; Keith M. Reynolds, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; Barbara Schrader, USDA Forest Service; Larry E Laing, USDA-USFS; Harbin Li, USDA Forest Service Southeastern Research Station; Linda A Spencer, USDA-USFS
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Multi-species operational forecasting of ecological models in the Florida Everglades
James M. Beerens, U.S. Geological Survey; Leonard G. Pearlstine, National Park Service; Mark McKelvy, U.S. Geological Survey; Kevin Suir, U.S. Geological Survey; Gregg Reynolds, National Park Service; Stephanie S. RomaƱach, U.S. Geological Survey; Saira M. Haider, U.S. Geological Survey
10:10 AM
 Using algal communities to infer excess nutrient loading in Pacific Northwest streams and rivers
Daniel J. Sobota, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality; Michael J. Paul, Tetra Tech; Diane Allen, Tetra Tech; Shannon Hubler, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality; Bonnie Lamb, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality; Rochelle Labiosa, US Environmental Protection Agency
10:50 AM
 Identifying early warning indicators of eutrophication to inform real-world management: Engaging messy data, ecosystem modeling, committed citizen scientists, and remote sensing
Nicole K. Ward, Virginia Tech; Bethel Steele, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Kathleen C. Weathers, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Kathryn L. Cottingham, Dartmouth College; Holly A. Ewing, Bates College; Paul C. Hanson, University of Wisconsin; Robert Wood, Lake Sunapee Protective Association; June Fichter, Lake Sunapee Protective Association; Cayelan C. Carey, Virginia Tech
11:10 AM
 What role can forest management play in Sierra Nevada reservoir operations under a changing climate and evolving wildfire threats?
Philip Saksa, Stanford University; Benjamin P. Bryant, Stanford University; Jonathan Herman, University of California, Davis
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