PS 73 - Latebreaking: Ecosystem Services Assessment

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Quantifying relationships among hydrologic processes and biodiversity in montane meadows of the Sierra Nevada, California
Ang Diku Sherpa, CSU Stanislaus; Cesar Estrada Aguilar, CSU Stanislaus; Matthew R. Cover, CSU Stanislaus
 Modeling pollination service delivered by effective pollinators in Texas cotton
Sarah Cusser, University of Texas; Shalene Jha, University of Texas at Austin
 Mine tailing remediation tactics using earthworms and lime treatments to immobilize lead (Pb)
Kelsey Wallisch Simon, Montana State University; Anthony S. Hartshorn, Montana State University
 Estimating damage cost of net primary productivity of forest due to climate change
Jinhan Park, Seoul National University; Dong-Kun Lee, Seoul National University; Chan Park, University of Seoul; Sunyong Sung, Seoul National University; Songyi Kim, Texas A&M University
 Role of floodplain wetlands in water purification: A case study from Barak river basin of Assam, northeast India
Priyanka Sarkar, Assam University,Silchar; Tapati Das, Assam University,Silchar
 Direct measurement of canopy interception and branch loading dynamics
Matthew J Pruett, Washington State University Vancouver; Kevan B Moffett, Washington State University Vancouver; Nikolay Strigul, Washington State University Vancouver
 Dryland agrivoltaics: A novel ecosystems approach to the food-water-energy nexus
J. Jesse Minor, University of Arizona; Rebecca L. Minor, University of Arizona; Isaiah Barnett-Moreno, University of Arizona; Daniel T. Blackett, University of Arizona; Moses Thompson, Tucson Unified School District; Chelsea Jones, Tucson Unified School District; M. Blue Baldwin, Tucson Unified School District; Mitchell Pavao-Zuckerman, University of Maryland; Greg A. Barron-Gafford, University of Arizona
 Opportunities for increased ecosystem services from incorporation of spatial and temporal diversity in crop rotations
Paul R. Adler, USDA-ARS; Frederick M. McNeal, USDA-ARS; Gregory W. Roth, Pennsylvania State University; Steven Wallander, USDA-ERS; Stephen J. Del Grosso, USDA-ARS; William J. Parton, Colorado State University
 Using mobile technology to map species and areas of interest
Anna Kravtsova, Eastern Washington University
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