COS 156 - Ecosystem Function: Biodiversity II

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
E143-144, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Detecting biodiversity impacts on productivity in natural systems
Jane M. Cowles, University of Minnesota; Adam T. Clark, University of Minnesota; Forest Isbell, University of Minnesota
1:50 PM
 Coral genetic diversity and disease dynamics
Pradeep Pillai, Northeastern Unviversity; Tarik C. Gouhier, Northeastern University; Steven Vollmer, Northeastern Unviversity
2:10 PM
 Diversity-production relationships in marine microbial communities
Xiaoqian Yu, MIT; Martin Polz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Eric Alm, MIT
2:30 PM
 Microbial and biogeochemical controls over methane dynamics in wetlands and uplands of Gabon, Africa
Kyle M. Meyer, University of Oregon; Anya Hopple, University of Oregon; Ann Klein, USDA; Scott D. Bridgham, University of Oregon; Brendan J.M. Bohannan, University of Oregon
2:50 PM
 Ecological stoichiometry of algal biocrude production: Polycultures balance tradeoffs in nutrient use efficiency
Casey M. Godwin, Univeristy of Michigan; David C. Hietala, University of Michigan; Aubrey R. Lashaway, University of Michigan; Anita Narwani, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology; Phillip E. Savage, Pennsylvania State University; Bradley J. Cardinale, University of Michigan
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Heterotrophic productivity is strongly linked to bacterial diversity of particle-associated habitats in a freshwater estuary
Marian L. Schmidt, University of Michigan; Bopaiah A. Biddanda, Grand Valley State University; Anthony D Weinke, Grand Valley State University; Edna Chiang, University of Wisconsin, Madison; Fallon Januska, Grand Valley State University; Ruben Props, Ghent University; Vincent J. Denef, University of Michigan
3:40 PM
 Global warming disrupts biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationships
Elodie Parain, Yale University; Rudolf P. Rohr, University of Fribourg; Sarah M. Gray, University of Fribourg; Louis-FĂ©lix Bersier, University of Fribourg
4:20 PM
 Modeling community assembly and the functioning of ecosystems
Mathew A. Leibold, University of Texas; Thomas Koffell, UMR Eco&Sols; Colin T. Kremer, Yale University; S.K. Morgan Ernest, University of Florida
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