COS 151 - Climate Change: Ranges And Phenology II

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
D129-130, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Natural history collections and genomics reveal cryptic northward movement of a marine fish
Jennifer Hoey, Rutgers University; Malin L. Pinsky, Rutgers University; Kenneth W. Able, Rutgers University; F. Joel Fodrie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1:50 PM
 Integrating genetic information and spatial modeling to estimate migration speeds through past and future climates
Andrew V. Gougherty, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Vikram E. Chhatre, University of Wyoming; Stephen R. Keller, University of Vermont; Matthew C. Fitzpatrick, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
2:10 PM
 Modeling vegetation dynamics in sagebrush ecosystems: The importance of phenology
Katherine M. Renwick, Montana State University; Kristen D. Emmett, Montana State University; Kathleen A. Lohse, Idaho State University; Gerald Flerchinger, USDA Agricultural Research Service; Aaron Fellows, USDA Agricultural Research Service; Peter B. Adler, Utah State University; Benjamin Poulter, NASA GSFC
2:30 PM
 Temperature effects on viable growing regions for California specialty crops
Alison Marklein, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab; Kerri L. Steenwerth, USDA-ARS; Emile H. Elias, USDA SW Climate Hub; Peter Nico, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
2:50 PM
 Evolution of emergence strategies in a changing climate
Collin B. Edwards, Cornell University; Louie H. Yang, University of California, Davis
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Could changes in N-form availability and plant N-form preferences influence species composition at the temperate-boreal forest ecotone?
Rachel A. King, University of Minnesota; Peter B. Reich, University of Minnesota; Sarah E. Hobbie, University of Minnesota
3:40 PM
 Interannual variation in the timing of seasonal range expansion by Sacramento pikeminnow (Ptychocheilus grandis) in the South Fork Eel River
Philip B. Georgakakos, University of California, Berkeley; Mary E. Power, University of California Berkeley
4:00 PM
 The Icarus challenge: Predicting geographical and taxonomic patterns of vulnerability to climate change in near-coastal species
Henry Lee II, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Christina Folger, U.S. EPA; Deborah Reusser, USGS (retired); Pat Clinton, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Rene Graham, CSS
4:20 PM
 Linking phenological synchrony to species interactions
Shannon K. Carter, Rice University; Daniel Saenz, US Forest Service; Volker H. W. Rudolf, Rice University
4:40 PM
 The potential indirect effects of shifting lightning phenology on nutrient cycling
Marcus Lashley, Mississippi State University; Carolina Baruzzi, Mississippi State University
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