PS 68 - Latebreaking: Climate Change

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Potential for forest to shrubland shift in the Klamath region of Oregon and California
Jonathan R. Thompson, Harvard University; Josep Serra Diaz, Harvard University; Alan J. Tepley, Smithsonian Institute; Charles J. Maxwell, Portland State University; Kristina J. Anderson-Teixeira, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute; Robert M. Scheller, Portland State University; Melissa S. Lucash, Portland State University; Howard E. Epstein, University of Virginia; Luca Morreale, Harvard University
 Assessing the limits of protected areas relocations as climate change adaptive options for conserving Japanese tree species under three RCPs
Katsuhiro Nakao, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute; Ikutaro Tsuyama, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute; Tetsuya Matsui, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute; Motoki Higa, Kochi University
 Assessing persistence of carbon-mineral bonds in soil
Ilexis X. Chu-Jacoby, University of California, Berkeley; Rachel A. Neurath, University of California, Berkeley; Mary K. Firestone, University of California, Berkeley
 Quantifying forest carbon dynamics as a function of tree species composition under projected climate  
Rachel Swanteson-Franz, University of New Mexico; Daniel J. Krofcheck, University of New Mexico; Matthew D. Hurteau, University of New Mexico
 Disentangling VPD and CO2 effects on long-term trends in plant water use efficiency
Tessa Mandra, Indiana University; Justin Maxwell, Indiana University; Peter E. Sauer, Indiana University; Matthew Wenzel, Indiana University; Koong Yi, Indiana University; Kimberly A. Novick, Indiana University
 Explaining the Late Holocene tree-cover reduction in West Anatolia
Billur Bektas, Istanbul Technical University; A. Dilsad Dagtekin, Istanbul Technical University; Istem Fer, Boston University; H. Nuzhet Dalfes, Istanbul Technical University
 Is it plastic or just fantastic? Understanding the link between local adaptation and drought response in a dominant grass species
Julie A. Bushey, Colorado State University; Ava M. Hoffman, Colorado State University; Troy Ocheltree, Colorado State University
 Dynamic stomatal optimization predicts a shift in functional composition towards more drought-tolerant species in tropical forests
Megan K. Bartlett, Princeton University; Matteo Detto, Princeton University; Stephen W. Pacala, Princeton University
 Contrasting responses to climate reveal unexpected patterns of population vulnerability near the northern and southern range limits of a montane amphibian
Amanda M. Kissel, Simon Fraser University; Wendy J. Palen, Simon Fraser University; Michael Adams, USGS; Justin M. Garwood, California Department of Fish and Wildlife
 Supporting floral production in extreme weather years: A new role for nurse shrubs in sagebrush steppe communities
Elizabeth K. Weisgerber-Swanson, Oregon State University; Paul S. Doescher, Oregon State University; Roger L. Sheley, USDA-ARS
 Fungal endophyte complex affects pepper plant (Capsicum annuum) seedling growth and drought response
Evan A. Perkowski, Widener University; Doris C. Politz, Widener University; Robert W. Morris, Widener University; Janice L. Krumm, Widener University
 Energy allocation to anchoring in two congener intertidal invertebrates
Emily A. Roberts, University of Washington; Emily Carrington, Friday Harbor Laboratories
 Evaluation of bacterial and archaeal community structure along a preindustrial-to-future CO2 gradient in three Texas Prairie soils
Swastika Raut, Baylor University; H. Wayne Polley, USDA, Agricultural Research Service; Sanghoon Kang, Baylor University
 Monitoring and assessment framework of climate change impacts on vulnerable coniferous forest in the Republic of Korea
Go-Eun Park, National Institute of Forest Science; Jong-Hwan Lim, National Institute of Forest Science; Chung-Weon Yun, Kongju National University; Jun-Soo Kim, Korea Vegetation Research Institute
 Causes and ecosystem consequences of fire-regime variability in Rocky Mountain subalpine forests
Philip Higuera, University of Montana; Tara Hudiburg, University of Idaho; Kendra K. McLauchlan, Kansas State University; Bryan Shuman, University of Wyoming; Jeffrey A. Hicke, University of Idaho
 Sequence of phenological events: Order of flowering and leaf emergence in temperate deciduous trees is linked to phylogenetics, functional traits and the physical environment
Steven W. Gougherty, Michigan State University; Andrew V. Gougherty, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
 Effects of ocean acidification on stress-related and symbiosis-related gene expression in the squid-Vibrio model system
Nina R. Joffe, New Mexico State University; Maria G. Castillo, New Mexico State University
 Historical and climate factors related to the recent range shift by Magnolia tripetala in the Northeastern US
Gretel Clarke, Smith College; Dov F. Sax, Brown University; Regan Early, University of Exeter, Cornwall; David M Bell, U.S. Forest Service; Jesse Bellemare, Smith College
 Biogeographic patterns of alpine soil fungal communities under woody shrub expansion
Courtney G. Collins, University of California, Riverside; Jason Stajich, University of California Riverside; Jeffrey M. Diez, University of California, Riverside
 Effects of hydrologic variability on methane emissions from a restored Midwestern wetland
Emma V. Overstreet, University of Kansas; Terry D. Loecke, University of Kansas; Amy J. Burgin, University of Kansas; Ashley R. Smyth, University of Kansas
 Drought-induced dieback and post-drought recovery of desert perennials in southern California
Roger A. Anderson, Western Washington University; Britta J. Fast, Western Washington University
 Do non-native plants have an edge under earlier springs, warmer summers, or extended falls in Alaskan boreal forest?
Christa Mulder, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Katie Villano Spellman, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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