COS 173 - Climate Change II

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
E141, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Differences in sampling design influence tree-ring derived climate sensitivity: Implications for forest vulnerability assessment
Stefan Klesse, University of Arizona; R. Justin DeRose, Rocky Mountain Research Station; Margaret E. K. Evans, University of Arizona
8:40 AM
 Legacy effects and memory loss: How contingencies moderate the response of rocky intertidal biofilms to present and past extreme events
Martina Dal Bello, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Luca Rindi, Università di Pisa; Lisandro Benedetti-Cecchi, Università di Pisa
9:00 AM
 Warming vulnerability and thermal performance differences of skinks and butterflies across a forest-savanna gradient in Cameroon
Timothy C. Bonebrake, The University of Hong Kong; Felix Landry Yuan, The University of Hong Kong; Michel Dongmo, University of Yaoundé I; Adam H. Freedman, Harvard University; Rachid Hanna, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture; Nicola M. Anthony, University of New Orleans; Mary K. Gonder, Drexel University; Thomas B. Smith, University of California, Los Angeles
9:20 AM
 Mechanistic modeling of woolly mammoth extinction in North America
Yue Wang, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Warren P. Porter, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Paul Miller, Lund University; John W. (Jack) Williams, University of Wisconsin-Madison
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Marine animals in hot water: How physics and evolution have made ocean fauna exceptionally vulnerable to warming temperatures
Malin L. Pinsky, Rutgers University; Douglas J. McCauley, University of California at Santa Barbara; Jennifer M. Sunday, University of British Columbia; Jonathan L. Payne, Stanford University; Anne Maria Eikeset, University of Oslo
10:10 AM
 Climate change impacts on soil temperature and moisture regimes in western North America
John B. Bradford, U.S. Geological Survey; Daniel R. Schlaepfer, University of Wyoming; Kyle A. Palmquist, University of Wyoming; William K. Lauenroth, Yale University
10:30 AM Cancelled
 Increasing vulnerability of high-elevation forests: Evidence from growth-response along elevational gradients under semi-arid and humid site conditions in the central Himalaya, Nepal
Shankar Panthi, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Ze-Xin Fan, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences
10:50 AM
 Assessing tidal marsh vulnerability to sea-level rise in the Pacific Northwest: Importance of site-specific data
Kevin Buffington, US Geological Survey; Bruce D. Dugger, Oregon State University; Karen M. Thorne, U. S. Geological Survey; Christopher N. Janousek, US Environmental Protection Agency; John Y. Takekawa, Audubon California
11:10 AM
 Advances in characterizing climatic connectivity in a changing world
Solomon Dobrowski, University of Montana; Sean A. Parks, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
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