95th ESA Annual Meeting (August 1 -- 6, 2010)

COS 17 - Climate Change: Ranges and Phenology

Tuesday, August 3, 2010: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
329, David L Lawrence Convention Center
B. Michael Walton
8:00 AM
Predicting insect voltinism under high and low greenhouse gas emission conditions: Grape berry moth
Shi Chen, the Pennsylvania State University; Shelby J. Fleischer, the Pennsylvania State University; Patrick C. Tobin, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Michael C. Saunders, the Pennsylvania State University
8:20 AM
The use of AOGCMs to predict season lengths of terrestrial ectotherms
Wade E. Winterhalter, University of Central Florida
9:00 AM
Changing grass distributions along an elevation gradient in Hawaii
Courtney L. Angelo, Florida State University; Curtis Daehler, University of Hawaii
9:20 AM
Climate change and species range dynamics in protected areas
Javier Monzón, Stony Brook University; Lucas R. Moyer-Horner, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Maria B. Palamar, North Carolina State University
9:40 AM
10:10 AM
Ancient forest, modern threats: how history and genetics inform climate change response for the Lost Pines of Texas
Claire G. Williams, Forest History Society; Steven Anderson, Duke University; Josh R. Auld, West Chester University
10:30 AM
Projected climate-driven changes in mammalian diversity across a large reserve network
Carrie A. Schloss, University of Washington; Joshua J. Lawler, University of Washington
10:50 AM
Precipitation and temperature are associated with advanced flowering phenology in a semi-arid grassland
Pamela M. Kittelson, Gustavus Adolphus College; Peter Lesica, University of Montana
11:10 AM
Mixed breeding and climate extremes: Flexibility or fatal flaw
Natalie T. Jones, University of Toronto; Andrew S. MacDougall, University of Guelph; Brian C. Husband, University of Guelph