PS 78 - Latebreaking: Forests

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Differences in vascular cover and diversity near soft forest edges with different orientation
Luben D. Dimov, Alabama A&M University; Loretta L. Weninegar, Alabama A&M University; Santosh K. Ojha, Alabama A&M University; Wilford Briggs, Alabama A&M University; Justin Preyear, Alabama A&M University; Walter Jones, Alabama A&M University
 The net effect of large trees on slope stability is positive: A result based on a big data analysis
Jian-Hong Yang, Forestry Bureau; Li-Wan Chang, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute; Su-Wei Fan, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute; Jyh-Min Chiang, Tunghai University; Guo-Zhang Michael Song, National Chung-Hsing University
 Impact of various road types and trails on bird abundance and diversity at Black Rock Forest, Hudson Highlands, New York
Terryanne Maenza-Gmelch, Barnard College, Columbia University; Marissa Wasmuth, Barnard College
 Cellobiase activity in wood from woodpecker nest sites
Albino Garcia Jr., Yakima Valley College; Aracely Flores, Yakima Valley College; Jerred Seveyka, Yakima Valley College
 Xylem anatomy mediates growth and longevity in ponderosa pine
Beth Roskilly, University of Montana; Eric Keeling, SUNY New Paltz; Sharon Hood, USDA Forest Service; Anna Sala, University of Montana
 Assessing the impacts of ungulate grazing on biological soil crusts using long-term grazing exclosures
Upekala C. Wijayratne, USFS Region 6 Northeast Oregon Ecology Program; Sabine Mellmann-Brown, USFS Region 6 Northeast Oregon Ecology Program
 26 year chronology of litter production and litter nitrogen inputs in a Puerto Rican moist tropical forest
Heather E. Erickson, Consulting Research Ecology; Grizelle González, International Institute for Tropical Forestry, USDA Forest Service
 Fungal endophytes under different environmental conditions: Local habitat conditions, leaf biochemistry and seasonal variations drive fungal community dynamics
Abu Bakar Siddique, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Universität Greifswald; Martin Unterseher, Evangelisches Schulzentrum Martinschule
 Reintroduction of prescribed fire to a long unburned Cypripedium montanum population on the Modoc National Forest, California
Becky L. Estes, USDA; Eric E. Knapp, USDA Forest Service; Carl Skinner, USDA Forest Service
 Resistance to bark beetle attack in coastal stands of Caribbean pine related to plant chemistry
Marc A. Snyder, Colorado College; Nathan W. Bower, Colorado College; Austin J. Hammer, Colorado College; Aaron I. Snyder, Colorado College; Zachary N. Snyder, Colorado College
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