COS 125 - Climate Change: Plants VI

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B118-119, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Predicting photosynthetic capacity from first principles
Nicholas G. Smith, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory; Trevor Keenan, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
8:20 AM
 Leveraging functional diversity among grass lineages to enhance the representation ecological behavior in earth system models
Daniel Griffith, Oregon State University; Christopher J. Still, Oregon State University; Caroline E. R. Lehmann, University of Edinburgh; Jesse B. Nippert, Kansas State University; Erika J. Edwards, Brown University; T. Michael Anderson, Wake Forest University; Stephanie Pau, Florida State University; Mark Ungerer, Kansas State University; Fan Qiu, Kansas State University; Seton Bachle, Kansas State University; Elisabeth J. Forrestel, Yale University; Caroline Strömberg, University of Washington; Lila Leatherman, Oregon State University; Lyla Taylor, University of Sheffield; David Beerling, University of Sheffield; Colin P. Osborne, University of Sheffield
8:40 AM
 Beyond greenness: Potential for detecting temporal changes in photosynthetic capacity with hyperspectral imaging
Mallory L. Barnes, University of Arizona; David J.P. Moore, University of Arizona; David D. Breshears, University of Arizona; Darin J. Law, University of Arizona; Alec C. Fojtik, Wheaton College
9:00 AM
 Post-wildfire forest regeneration under climate change in California, USA
Derek J.N. Young, University of California, Davis; Chhaya M. Werner, University of California, Davis; Kevin R. Welch, University of California, Davis; Truman P. Young, University of California, Davis; Hugh D. Safford, University of California; Andrew M. Latimer, University of California Davis
9:20 AM
 Leaf trait acclimation amplifies simulated climate warming in response to elevated carbon dioxide
Marlies Kovenock, University of Washington; Abigail L. S. Swann, University of Washington
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Arctic greening and browning controlled by landscape heterogeneity and regional climate change
Mark Lara, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign; Ingmar Nitze, Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research; Guido Grosse, Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research; Philip Martin, U.S Fish and Wildlife Service; A. David McGuire, University of Alaska Fairbanks
10:10 AM
 Hydraulic safety margins in roots, trunks, branches, and petioles of northern hardwood trees
Jay W. Wason, Yale University; Katherine Anstreicher, Yale University; Nathan Stephansky, Bates College; Brett A. Huggett, Bates College; Craig R. Brodersen, Yale University
10:30 AM
 Partitioning source water and relative humidity signals from tree rings in Douglas fir and ponderosa pine
Jia Hu, Montana State University; Diego Riveros-Iregui, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill; Timothy Clute, Montana State University; Kelsey Jencso, University of Montana
10:50 AM
 Living on the edge: Variation in epiphyte drought resilience across a microclimatic gradient in a tropical montane cloud forest region
Sybil G. Gotsch, Franklin and Marshall College; Cameron B. Williams, Franklin and Marshall College; Todd E. Dawson, University of California Berkeley; Alexander Darby, Franklin and Marshall College; Andrew Glunk, Franklin and Marshall College; Jessica Murray, Franklin and Marshall College; Nalini Nadkarni, University of Utah
11:10 AM
 Interspecific variation in the effects of novel cold stress on tree seedling survival and growth
Peter W. Guiden, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Brian M. Connolly, University of Wisconsin; John L. Orrock, University of Wisconsin - Madison
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