COS 174 - Climate Change: Ranges And Phenology III

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
D129-130, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Potential impacts of changing winter conditions during the 21st century on the migratory behavior of dabbling ducks in eastern North America
Michael Notaro, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Michael Schummer, State University of New York at Oswego; Lena Vanden Elsen, Long Point Waterfowl; John Coluccy, Ducks Unlimited; Yafang Zhong, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Stephen J. Vavrus, Center for Climatic Research; Christopher Hoving, Michigan Department of Natural Resources
8:20 AM
 Synchronized resource phenologies disrupt a keystone predator-prey interaction
William W. Deacy, Oregon State University; Jonathan B. Armstrong, Oregon State University; William B. Leacock, US Fish and Wildlife Service; David Gustine, National Park Service; Charlie Robbins, Washington State University; Joy Erlenbach, Washington State University; Jack A. Stanford, The University of Montana
8:40 AM
 Red spruce in the southern Appalachians: Gene conservation, seed properties and adaptive traits for future climates
John R. Butnor, U.S. Forest Service; Kurt H. Johnsen, USDA Forest Service; Brittany Verrico, University of Vermont; Stephen Keller, University of Vermont; Chris A. Maier, USDA Forest Service; Victor Vankus, National Seed Laboratory
9:20 AM
 A mechanistic trait-based framework for predicting phenological responses to climate change
Katherine Scranton, University of California, Los Angeles; Priyanga Amarasekare, University of California, Los Angeles
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Effects of snow extent on Dall sheep recruitment indicate population declines under climate change
Madelon van de Kerk, University of Washington; David Verbyla, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Anne W. Nolin, Oregon State University; Kelly J. Sivy, University of Washington; Laura R. Prugh, University of Washington
10:10 AM
 Adapting wine to climate change: Same regions, different varieties
Ignacio Morales-Castilla, Harvard University; Elizabeth Wolkovich, Harvard University
10:30 AM
 Phenological shifts provide mechanism for thermal niche tracking over a century of climate change
Jacob B. Socolar, University of Connecticut; Peter N. Epanchin, US Agency for International Development; Steven R. Beissinger, University of California at Berkeley; Morgan W. Tingley, University of Connecticut
10:50 AM Cancelled
 Acadia is not the Alps: Plasticity in leaf out phenology does not vary by elevation across a compressed environmental gradient in Acadia National Park, Maine
Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie, University of Maine; Abraham Miller-Rushing, National Park Service; Richard B. Primack, Boston University
11:10 AM
 Contemporary evolution of phenology in a range expanding plant species
Nicky Lustenhouwer, ETH Zurich; Rutger A. Wilschut, Netherlands Institute of Ecology; Wim H. Van der Putten, Netherlands Institute of Ecology; Jonathan M. Levine, ETH Zurich
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