From August 7 to August 12, the Ecological Society of America will hold its annual meeting in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This year’s theme, “Novel Ecosystems in the Anthropocene,” will build on discussions initiated during last year’s centennial meeting, “Ecological Science at the Frontier.”

Human influence now represents the dominant influence on ecosystems worldwide– and a myriad of human activities drive change at both local and global scales. Meeting sessions will explore the science behind how new combinations of species in new environments will develop into functioning, novel ecosystems.

The LTER Network Sites will be well represented: 22 of the 25 sites will share research at the conference in a total of 148 different research presentations– ranging from poster sessions to symposiums, and workshops to lightning talks. The range and wealth of network knowledge and expertise represented in these talks spans the globe and promises to add to the overall richness of the meeting.

LTER-related presentations have been organized below by day and time. Please excuse any omissions or misattributions. We will continue to add to and adjust this list up until the start of the conference: please contact alpaugh@nceas.ucsb.edu with corrections.

 

TIMELOCATIONTYPELTERTITLELEAD AUTHOR(S)/ PRIMARY ORGANIZER(S)

Sunday, August 7

8:00-11:30AM301WK 7CWT, BESSynthesizing Metacommunity Ecology Across the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network Eric R. Sokol

Monday, August 8

all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 5-71JRNComplex landscapes in the American Southwest: Are desertified systems “novel”?Debra P.C. Peters
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 9-98FCESpatial variation in trophic interactions of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) within the Florida Coastal Everglades assessed with stable isotopesValeria A. Paz
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 1-9BESThe interaction between environmental constraints and regional species pools on an urban zooplankton metacommunityNicole M. Voelker
8:00-10:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm BSS-10BESThe Ecology Curricular Framework Initiative-Current StatusBob R. Pohlad
10:15-11:15AMPalm APlenaryCDRThe New Phytologist Trust LectureJeannine Cavender-Bares
1:50-2:10 PM222/223COS 12-2CAPCo-developing urban sustainability and resilience scenariosDavid M. Iwaniec
4:00-4:20 PM222/223COS 12-8CAPA research framework for exploring urban ecology and sustainability that is based on “Design with nature” infrastructureDaniel L. Childers
4:10-4:40 PMGrand Floridian Blrm CSYMP 2-6SBCThe Long View: History, Novelty, and ChangeAnita Guerrini
4:20-4:40 PMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 5-9FCERestoring an iconic ecosystem? Non-native fish and everglades restorationJoel Trexler

Tuesday, August 9 

all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 12-67HBRPlasticine caterpillar predation experiment: Engaging high school students using scientific research methodsWendy Leuenberger
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 14-80KNZLinking evolution and ecosystem processes: Testing for rapid evolution in dominant grasses in response to grazingLoretta Johnson
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 16-102CWTCan Longleaf pine restoration help mitigate water scarcity in the southeastern US?Steven Brantley
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 15-88FCEParameterization of light and temperature models for two Everglades freshwater marshesSujit Kunwor
8:00-8:20 AMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 8-1CDRRethinking the ‘Gadgil effect’: Understanding mechanisms and context-dependency of ectomycorrhizal effects on organic matter decompositionChristopher Fernandez, Peter G. Kennedy
8:00-8:05 AMFloridian Blrm BCLNG 1-1HFRRadiative forcings from albedo and carbon dynamics after clear cut in Massachusetts forestsRichard Graham MacLean
8:00-8:30AMGrand Floridian Blrm DSYMP 6-1KNZIntegrating soil ecological knowledge into restoration: How relevant is theory to practice?Sara G. Baer and Mac A. Callaham, Jr.,
8:20-8:40 AM304COS 13-2KNZRhizosphere priming effects of herbaceous and woody species under field environmentWeixin Cheng, John Blair
8:20-8:40 AMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 7-2SEVQuantifying the response and resilience of carbon dynamics in semi-arid biomes in the Southwestern U.S. to drought Marcy E. Litvak
8:30-9:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm BSYMP 4-2FCECarbon cycle science in the Florida Coastal Everglades: Research to inform carbon and water managementTiffany G. Troxler
9:00-9:30 AMGrand Floridian Blrm BSYMP 4-3GCEConsidering the effects of multiple stressors when predicting the fate and persistence of blue carbonEllen Herbert
9:00-9:05 AMFloridian Blrm BCLNG 1-7KNZInvasion by non-native, warm-season grass Bothriochloa bladhii alters tallgrass prairie community functionsLuci Wilson, Gail W.T. Wilson
9:10-9:15 AMFloridian Blrm BCLNG 1-9HFRQuantifying remaining core forest: LiDAR as a new method for mapping edgeMeghan Graham MacLean
9:00-9:30 AMGrand Floridian Blrm DSYMP 6-3SEVIs ignoring soil characteristics in restoration efforts a recipe for disaster?Michael Duniway
9:40-10:10 AMGrand Floridian Blrm BSYMP 4-4FCEMonitoring vegetation change patterns in coastal wetlands: A multi-scale remote sensing approachDaniel Gann
9:40-10:10 AMGrand Floridian Blrm DSYMP 6-4JRNLandscape soil variability in relatively static and dynamic properties in arid and semi-arid ecosystems: Do they matter for restoration?Jeffrey Herrick
10:30-10:50AMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 8-8HBREffects of climate change across seasons on mycorrhizal community composition at Hubbard Brook Experimental ForestMaria Osuna Garcia, John Campbell
10:40-11:10 AMGrand Floridian Blrm CSYMP 5-6BESThe legacy of past paradigms of governance and the challenge for the futureSteward T.A. Pickett,
10:40-11:10AMGrand Floridian Blrm BSYMP 4-6VCRThe loss and restoration of seagrass ecosystem services on the Virginia Eastern ShoreMatthew Oreska, Karen McGlathery
11:10-11:30 AM124/125COS 18-10JRNEffects of contrasting rooting distribution patterns on plant transpiration along a precipitation gradientLaureano A. Gherardi, Debra P. C. Peters
11:30 AM-1:15 PM317WK 33HFRScience Communication Mentoring and Project ReviewClarisse Hart
1:30-3:00 PM316IGN 1HFRUp-Goer Five Challenge: Using Common Language to Communicate Your Science to the PublicHolly L. Menninger, Clarisse M. Hart
1:30-1:50 PM315OOS 11-1SEVWhy Restore Biocrusts in Dryland RegionsJayne Belnap
1:30-1:50 PMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 12-1FCEAlgal diversity enhances periphyton quality in the Florida Everglades, while dominant cyanobacteria maximize resource use efficiencyLuca Marazzi
1:30-1:50 PM207/208COS 32-1FCEFine-scale spatial patterning of phytoplankton abundance in a coastal estuaryJoseph Stachelek
1:50-2:10 PMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 12-2FCESpatiotemporal variation in aquatic ecosystem heterotrophy in freshwater subtropical wetlands is driven by water and organic matter availabilityJohn Kominoski
1:50-2:10PMFloridian Blrm ACOS 35-2GCETemporal shift in insect herbivore interaction: From concurrent competition to delayed facilitationWei-Ting Lin
1:50-2:10 PMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 15-2LUQSoil diversity and functioning in dry tropical forests: A review of case studies from Puerto RicoGrizelle González
2:30-2:50 PMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 12-4FCEQuantifying effects of foundation species identity and density on organic carbon storage along an experimental marsh-mangrove gradientSean Charles
2:30-2:50 PM124/125COS 30-4SEVNonlinear responses of desert grassland NPP to climate mean and varianceScott Collins
2:40-2:50 PMFloridian Blrm BCCOS 29-4FCEHydrologic conditions and vegetation dynamics inferred from carbon isotopic signature of soil organic matter in the marl prairie landscape, Everglades, FloridaJay Sah
3:20-3:40PMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 12-6FCEUnderstanding greenhouse carbon balance between long- and short-hydroperiod marshes in the Florida EvergladesAnjana Venkatesan
3:40 -4:00 PMFloridian Blrm DCOS 37-7CAPPatterns and predictors of denitrification potentials in “accidental” urban wetlands in Phoenix, ArizonaAmanda K Suchy
3:40-4:00 PMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 12-7FCEEcosystem persistence in the face of climate change: A case study from the freshwater marshes of the Florida EvergladesSparkle Malone
4:00-4:20 PMGrand Floridian Blrm ACOS 28-8HFRRed hot maples: Acer rubrum phenology, growth and biomass allocation under soil warmingJulia A. Wheeler, Kristina Stinson
4:00-4:20 PMFloridian Blrm DCOS 37-8NTLThe role of current land cover, land-use history, and within-land-cover variability on urban ecosystem service provision in Madison, WICarly Ziter, Monica G. Turner
4:00-4:20 PMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 12-8FCEDoes freshwater augmentation affect the productivity of P-limited dwarf mangrove forests?Michael Ross
4:20-4:40 PMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 12-9FCEUsing remote sensing to detect long-term coastal plant community changes due to sea level rise and ecosystem drying, Everglades National ParkKristie Wendelberger
4:40-5:00 PMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 12-10NTLMulti-temporal controls of carbon dioxide flux at the water-air interface: The first global synthesis of flux towers over inland waters”Malgorzata ‘Gosia’ Golub, Ankur R Desai

Wednesday, August 10

all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 18-25CDRCarbon pool increased in surface soil, but declined in subsurface soil after agricultural abandonmentYi Yang
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 18-50KBSDoes crop rotational diversity increase soil microbial resistance and resilience to drought and flooding?Joerg Schnecker
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 23-99KNZMeasuring the rhizosphere priming effect in situKelsey Johana Forbush, John M. Blair
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 19-53KNZEffects of grazing and fire frequency on floristic quality and soil structure and function in tallgrass prairie”George C. Manning
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 23-100KNZ“Soil nitrous oxide emissions reduced with cropland to grassland restoration”Drew A. Scott, Sara G. Baer, Steven T. Rosenzweig and John M. Blair,
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 17-9LUQPredator-prey distributions in tropical streams, Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico: Movements of freshwater shrimp (Macrobrachium carcinus, Macrobrachium crenulatum) following two historic droughtsAlan P. Covich
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 20-72LUQMicrohabitat variation of Collembola (Hexapoda: Entognatha) populations in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto RicoClaudia Marcela Ospina Sanchez, Grizelle Gonzalez
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 19-57SEVThe seasonal role of moisture and energy limitations to net ecosystem exchange along an elevational and latitudinal gradient in the Rocky Mountains, USADavid M. Barnard, Marcy E Litvak
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 19-51BESThe independent and interactive roles of functional and phylogenetic diversity on leaf litter breakdown in streamsApril E. Sparkman
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 18-22CAP, HBR, KBS

Pathways and patterns of litter chemistry during decompositionMiranda N. Vega, Becky Ball, Lynn Christenson, Kyle Wickings
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 23-101HFRUnquelchable fires: Two decades of soil warming selects for a smaller, more active microbial communityGrace Pold
8:00-8:20 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 20-1BESFunctional characterization of epixylic bacterial communities in streams spanning an urbanization gradientMariya Shcheglovitova
8:20-8:40 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 20-2GCEWill pulses of elevated salinity lead to a salt-tolerant plant community?Fan Li
8:30-9:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm BSYMP 10-2JRNTipping points in rangeland social-ecological systems of the Southwest US: Past and presentBrandon Bestelmeyer
8:30-9:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm DSYMP 12-2KBSThe evolutionary ecology of multi-player interactions: Legumes, rhizobia, and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungiKaty D. Heath
8:40-9:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 20-3HBRResponses of functional community assemblages to experimental ice storms in a northeastern forestWendy Leuenberger
9:00-9:20 AM124/125COS 42-4CDRSpecies richness and trait means, but not phylogenetic or functional diversity, predict biomass in the establishment phase of a tree diversity experimentJake J. Grossman
9:00-9:20 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 20-4FCEClimate extremes drive changes in functional community structureJennifer S. Rehage
9:20-9:40 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 20-5BNZCommunity response and changes in functional traits of Betula neoalaskana to simulated summer moose browsing in early successional post-fire forestsAlexandra Conway
9:20-9:40 AM304COS 38-5HFRPhenology and the short-term temperature response of photosynthesis and respiration in a temperate forestMary Heskel
9:40-10:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 20-6BESFunctional trait responses of urban plants to different soilsDorothy Borowy
9:50-10:10 AMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 18-6KNZChronic eutrophication does not change plant community resistance and resilience to droughtMeghan L. Avolio
10:10-10:30 PMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 20-7FCEEphemeral metacommunity reassembly: How do functional traits influence assembly?Jesse R. Blanchard
10:30-10:50 AM124/125COS 42-8CDRBiodiversity increases the resistance of ecosystem productivity to climate extremesForest Isbell
10:30-10:50 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 20-8CDRPlant community functional trait shifts and convergence/divergence under global change scenariosKaitlin Kimmel, Forest Isbell
10:30-10:50 AMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 18-8KNZLegacies from extreme drought increase ecosystem sensitivity to future climate extremesMelinda D. Smith
11:10-11:30 AM124/125COS 42-10KNZConstraints on compensatory response after loss of a dominant species in a C4 dominated grasslandFrancis A. Chavez
1:30-1:50 PMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 24-1GCESALTEx: Seawater Addition Long Term Experiment: Testing the effects of press versu pulse addition of saltwater intrusion using a manipulative, replicated field experimentChristopher Craft
1:30-1:50 PM209/210COS 57-1BNZNegative effects of leaf litter on feather moss growth in boreal spruce and birch forestsMelanie Jean
1:30-1:50 PMGrand Floridian Blrm ACOS 52-1KNZThresholds of drought stress differ in a tallgrass prairie populationAva M. Hoffman
1:50-2:10 PMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 24-2FCEThe importance of ‘ambient salinity’ when predicting the response of coastal wetland biogeochemistry to sea level riseLisa G. Chambers
2:10-2:30 PMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 23-3CDRLinking remotely sensed optical diversity to functional and phylogenetic diversity in the Cedar Creek prairie grassland biodiversity experiment to predict belowground processesJeannine Cavender-Bares
2:10-2:30 PMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 24-3FCETesting subsidy-stress effects of saltwater intrusion on microbial processing of carbon and nutrients in freshwater wetland soilsShelby Servais
2:30-2:50 PMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 23-4CDRThe scale-dependence of optical diversity in a prairie ecosystem Ran Wang, Jeannine Cavender-Bares
2:30-3:00 PMGrand Floridian Blrm CSYMP 14-3CDRNitrogen effects on decomposition: Similar patterns but different underlying mechanisms for litter versus soil organic matterSarah Hobbie
2:30-2:50 PMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 24-4FCEExperimental saltwater intrusion decreases periphyton production in a subtropical freshwater wetlandViviana Mazzei
2:50-3:10 PM220/221COS 62-5CAPExperimental drying and re-flooding hydrological regimes trigger high and low pulses of greenhouse gas fluxes in mesocosms from a permanently-flooded constructed treatment wetlandJorge Ramos
2:50-3:10 PMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 23-5CDRScaling from leaf optical properties to canopies: How does optical diversity predict biodiversity?Anna K. Schweiger
2:50-3:10 PMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 24-5FCESimulated saltwater intrusion decreases net ecosystem exchange in coastal marshes, dampening their capacity to store carbonBenjamin Wilson
2:50-3:10 PM305COS 51-5LUQSoil oxygen mediates dinitrogen emissions from a wet tropical forest in Puerto RicoMaya Almaraz, Whendee L. Silver
3:20-3:40 PMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 24-6FCEAssessing environmental drivers of DOC fluxes in the Shark River estuary: Modeling the effects of climate, water management, and salinityPeter Regier
3:40-4:00 PMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 23-7CDRSpectral signatures of seasonal variation in xanthophyll cycle pigments among species with contrasting water-use strategiesShan Kothari
3:40-4:00 PM209/210COS 57-7HBRMeasuring mercury in wood: Important but challengingYang Yang
3:40-4:00PMGrand Floridian Blrm ACOS 52-7JRNInteractions among climate and soil properties influence current and future geographic distribution of an invasive grass in the Chihuahuan DesertJin Yao
3:40-4:00 PMPalm ACOS 58-7LUQ, HFR, HBRVariation in functional neighborhood and climate affect tree performanceJenny Zambrano
4:00-4:20 PMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 24-8FCECoastal subsidence as a function of salinity intrusion and peat decomposition in a karst environmentFred Sklar
4:20-4:40 PMFloridian Blrm DCOS 60-9HFRInvestigating microbial growth and substrate utilization in soil: What does carbon use efficiency really tell us?Kevin M. Geyer, Serita Frey

Thursday, August 11

all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 25-37CDRNitrogen deposition determines soil microbial functional responses to chronic elevated CO2 in a dry grasslandQun Gao
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 24-4KBSContrasting responses of two switchgrass varieties to fertilizer and reduced precipitationSarah M. Emery, Karen A. Stahlheber, Katherine L. Gross
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 24-9KBSDrought and nitrogen fertilizer effects on potential for bioenergy production in two Panicum varietiesMatthew Carey, Karen A. Stahlheber, Katherine L. Gross
8:00-8:20 AMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 28-1HFRRestoration of soil microbial function following biological invasionSerita D. Frey
8:00-11:30 AMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 29BESUrban Woodlands: Remnants, Regeneration and RestorationLea Johnson
9:00-9:20 AMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 27-4SEVEffects of Climate, Resource Availability, and Plant Community Interactions on Resistance to Annual Brome-Grass InvasionJeanne C. Chambers
9:50-10:10 AM220/221COS 75-6MCMIdentifying the carbon sources of soil foodwebs in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, AntarcticaE Ashley Shaw
10:30-10:50 AMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 29-8BESSoils of urban woodlandsIan D. Yesilonis
10:30-10:50 AM304COS 63-8CWTGo big or go home: Can we predict whole-stream ecosystem functions from small-scale measurements?Kaitlin J. Farrell
11:10-11:30 AMPalm BCOS 66-10NWTDiverse plant community traits among Rocky Mountain alpine ecosystems drive responses of ecological indicators to nitrogen depositionAmber Churchill, William Bowman
11:10-11:30 AMFloridian Blrm DCOS 74-10HFRTwo solutions to large-scale ecological image processingMargaret Kosmala
1:30-2:00 PMGrand Floridian Blrm BSYMP 19-1BES & CAPAnthropogenic resource subsidies and the domestication of urban biotaPaige S. Warren
1:30-3:00 PM316IGN 9-1SEVMaking a living in dryland ecosystems: An introduction to pulse dynamicsJayne Belnap
(see above)IGN 9-2JRNDoes an understanding of ecosystems responses to rainfall pulses improve predictions of responses of drylands to climate change?Osvaldo E. Sala, Debra Peters
(see above)IGN 9-6JRNIs desertification a dirty word?Brandon Bestelmeyer
(see above)IGN 9-8SEVWhere is the pulse in pulse dynamics? Scott L Collins
2:10-2:30 PMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 35-3LUQDrought in the rainforest: Biogeochemical responses and feedbacks to climate changeWhendee L. Silver
2:30-2:50 PM315OOS 31-4HFRImpacts of hemlock woolly adelgid on small mammal distribution in north eastern hemlock forestsAllyson Degrassi
3:10-3:40 PMGrand Floridian Blrm BSYMP 19-4BESLife under the city: The decomposer community of urban soilsKatalin Szlavecz
3:20-3:40 PM220/221COS 82-6SEVA twenty year record of small mammal community dynamics in two stable states, grassland and shrublandJennifer D. Noble, Scott L. Collins
3:20-3:40 PMGrand Floridian Blrm ACOS 78-6CDRPlant-soil feedbacks as a potential mechanism reinforcing alternative states in biodiversityCristina Portales Reyes
3:30-5 PM316IGN 6-6HFRScaling up terrestrial plant phenologyMargaret Kosmala
3:40-4:00 PM304COS 76-7ANDCommunity assembly processes differ between surface water and sediment-associated communities in stream networksNathan I. Wisnoski
4:00-4:20 PM315OOS 31-8HFRBelowground consequences of Adelges tsugae invasion in eastern forestsDavid A. Orwig
4:00-4:20 PM305COS 77-8FCEHabitat and individual variation in movement strategies of American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) across a freshwater to estuarine gradientBradley A Strickland
4:40-5 PMFloridian Blrm ACOS 86-10JRNAntecedent soil moisture and VPD interactively control water potential and hydraulic thresholds in Larrea tridentataJessica S. Guo
4:40-5:00 PMPalm BCOS 80-10FCEAssembly mechanisms of periphytic diatom spatial and temporal beta diversity across a subsidy-stress gradient in a coastal wetlandNicholas Schulte, Evelyn Gaiser

Friday, August 12

all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 38-68CDRBurn frequencies and their impact on plant community dynamics in Anoka County, MinnesotaAlissa M. Johnson, Cristina Portales
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 43-127CWTTree water use dynamics across different sites and age classes in the Southern AppalachiansSander O. Denham, Chelcy F Miniat
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 43-126CWTTopography may mitigate drought effects on vegetation along a hillslope gradientSandra N. D. Hawthorne
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 36-29KBSNitrogen fixation in switchgrass responds to N fertilizer addition, plant N demand, and soil typeSarah S. Roley
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 38-63LUQArthropod diversity and nutrient mineralization in green litter decomposition in a simulated hurricane experimentIvia Moreno
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 37-61LUQResponses of forest vegetation to unusual drought in wet forest in eastern Puerto Rico: A “dry run” for climate change?J. Aaron Hogan, Jess K. Zimmerman
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 38-71LUQTradeoffs between maximum tree height and seed and seedling survival in a subtropical wet forest in Puerto RicoMaria Wang
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 38-73MCMTemperature influence on growth rates of four benthic diatoms and comparison with distributional patterns in microbial mats in streams in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, AntarcticaDiane McKnight
all dayESA Exhibit HallPS 46-152FCEPredicting the potential geographic distributions of three non-native cichlids in Florida with climate changeJoseph A Andreoli
8:00-11:30 AMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 40BESFrom Studying to Shaping: Reframing Urban Ecology into a Proactive Science Through Pedagogy, Practice and ResearchAlexander J. Felson
8:00-8:20 AMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 38-1LUQThe environmental regulation of flowering times in moist tropical forestsJess Zimmerman
8:00-8:20 AMFloridian Blrm ACOS 99-1CWTClimate and age influence on drought-induced cavitation vulnerability of eastern deciduous tree speciesMichael C. Benson, Kimberly A Novick
8:00-8:20 AMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 39-1KNZAsymmetries in ecological responses to positive vs. negative precipitation extremesAndrew J. Felton and Melinda D. Smith
8:00-8:20 AM305COS-90-1MCMResponse of an Antarctic soil invertebrate to warming and freeze-thaw cyclesMatthew Knox
8:20-8:40 AMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 39-2FCEA review of sub-tropical community resistance and resilience to extreme cold spellsRoss Boucek
8:30-9:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm CSYMP 22-2BESAnthrome communities, anthrobiogeography and the global ecology of anthropogenic landscapesErle Ellis
8:40-9:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm FOOS 39-3HBREvaluating the impacts of ice storms on forest ecosystems with a novel field experimentJohn Campbell
8:40-9:00 AMGrand Floridian Blrm EOOS 38-3LUQSeasonal and interannual variation in reproduction from a two-decade record in the Luquillo Forest Dynamics Plot, Puerto Rico: Global climate drivers and hurricane effectsJess Zimmerman
9:00-9:20 AM315COS 91-4SEVDetecting hydrological tipping points in semi-arid woodlandsAndrew M Fox, Marcy E Litvak
9:20-9:40 AMPalm BCOS 93-5MCRFeedbacks between ecosystem state and human behavior determine coral reef resilienceAndrew Rassweiler
9:50-10:10 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 41-6HFRLong-term and source-sink demographics of invasion: Garlic mustard at Harvard ForestLaura M.S. Hancock, Kristina Stinson
10:10-10:30 AMGrand Floridian Blrm HOOS 41-7HFRLocal adaptations during invasion: Effects of growth and maternal habitat on fitness traits in garlic mustardKristina A. Stinson
10:10-10:30 AMGrand Floridian Blrm GOOS 40-7BESReframing urban ecology from studying to shaping into a proactive science through research, pedagogy and practiceAlexander J. Felson
10:30-10:50 AM222/223COS 100-8CAPThe effect of climatic variability on population dynamics: Negative, neutral, or positive?Aldo Compagnoni
10:50-11:10 AM209/210COS 97-9KNZToo much of a good thing: Soil alterations following woody species encroachment in tallgrass prairieLaura Mino, Gail W. T. Wilson

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