COS 170 - Biodiversity: Effects Of Global Change II

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B118-119, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 The potential decoupling of plant and ant communities with climate change
Stefan Caddy-Retalic, University of Adelaide; Benjamin D. Hoffmann, CSIRO; Greg R. Guerin, University of Adelaide; Alan N. Andersen, Charles Darwin University; Glenda M. Wardle, University of Sydney; Francesca A. McInerney, University of Adelaide; Andrew Lowe, The University of Adelaide
8:40 AM
 Global shifts in crop diversity: Taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic composition over the past half-century
Adam R. Martin, University of Toronto Scarborough; Marney E. Isaac, University of Toronto-Scarborough; Marc W. Cadotte, University of Toronto; Cyrille Violle, CNRS; Denis Vile, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique; Ruben Milla, Rey Juan Carlos University
9:20 AM
 What happens when everything dies? Ecosystem responses to an experimental mass mortality event
Brandon Barton, Mississippi State University; Marcus A Lashley, Mississippi State University; Heather R Jordan, Mississippi State University; Jeffery K. Tomberlin, Texas A&M University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Effects of the 2016 El NiƱo on the Galapagos artisanal coastal fin-fish fishery
Jose R. Marin Jarrin, Charles Darwin Foundation; Pelayo Salinas-de-Leon, National Geographic Society
10:10 AM
 Symbiont genetic variation affects potential interactions with hosts on coral reefs
Casey P. terHorst, California State University, Northridge; Shannon L.J. Bayliss, California State University; Mary Alice Coffroth, University at Buffalo
10:30 AM
 Understanding local adaptation in cold water fish to predict responses to climate change
Mariah H. Meek, Michigan State University; Matthew P. Hare, Cornell University; Clifford E. Kraft, Cornell University
10:50 AM
 Landscape-scale manipulation of the acoustic environment alters the distribution of breeding birds and arthropods
Elizeth Cinto-Mejia, Boise State University; Christopher McClure, The Peregrine Fund; Akito Y. Kawahara, University of Florida; Jesse Barber, Boise State University
11:10 AM
 Local and landscape factors differentially influence native bees and the naturalized Apis mellifera in Colombian agricultural mosaics
Marcela Cely-Santos, University of California - Santa Cruz; Stacy M. Philpott, University of California, Santa Cruz
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