COS 102 - Climate Change: Plants V

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
B118-119, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Spatial resilience under climate change in northern MN
Melissa S. Lucash, Portland State University; Robert M. Scheller, Portland State University; Eric J. Gustafson, U.S. Forest Service; Brian R. Sturtevant, U.S. Forest Service
1:50 PM
 Interacting effects of drought and range on climate change induced plant range expansion
Kelly S Ramirez, Netherlands Institute of Ecology; Kadri Koorem, Netherlands Institute of Ecology; Alise Zvigule, Netherlands Institute of Ecology; Wim van der Putten, Netherlands Institute of Ecology; Julie Ferreira de Carvalho, Netherlands Institute of Ecology
2:10 PM
 CO2 explains reduced tree cover of Eurasia in Last Glacial Maximum simulations
A. Dilsad Dagtekin, Istanbul Technical University; Istem Fer, Boston University; H. Nuzhet Dalfes, Istanbul Technical University
2:50 PM
 Both functional trait values and plasticity confer polyploid advantage in changing environments
Na Wei, University of Pittsburgh; Anna Freundlich, University of Pittsburgh; Tara N. Jennings, Oregon State University; Richard Cronn, USDA Forest Service; Aaron Liston, Oregon State University; Tia-Lynn Ashman, University of Pittsburgh
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 How does groundwater mediate plant water supply when rainfall is variable
Xiaonan Tai, University at Buffalo; D. Scott Mackay, SUNY-Buffalo; John S. Sperry, University of Utah; Lawrence B. Flanagan, University of Lethbridge; Stewart B. Rood, Univ. Lethbridge; Christopher Hopkinson, University of Lethbridge
3:40 PM
 Linking leaf microanatomy to physiology
Seton Bachle, Kansas State University; Jesse Nippert, Kansas State University
4:00 PM
 Sierra Nevada tree species exhibit very different growth responses to climate
Mélaine Aubry-Kientz, UC Merced; Emily V. Moran, UC Merced; Adrian Das, USGS Western Ecological Research Center; Nathan L. Stephenson, United States Geological Survey
4:20 PM
 Exposure analysis for climatic vulnerability assessment of vegetation in southwestern Mexico
John N. Williams, Instituto Politécnico Nacional (Mexico), CIIDIR, Oaxaca; Raúl Rivera, Instituto Politécnico Nacional - CIIDIR Oaxaca; Hyeyeong Choe, University of California, Davis; Mark W. Schwartz, University of California, Davis; James H. Thorne, University of California, Davis
4:40 PM
 Climate and landscape physiography interact to control tree growth in semi-arid and subalpine ecosystems of the Rocky Mountains
Miranda D. Redmond, Colorado State University; Katharine C. Kelsey, University of Alaska-Anchorage; Alexandra K. Urza, University of Nevada, Reno; Jason C. Neff, University of Colorado; Nichole N. Barger, University of Colorado Boulder
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