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

COS 93 - Global Change Biology

Thursday, August 5, 2010: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
330, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Mascha Jacob
1:30 PM
Are earthworm-induced nitrous oxide emissions related to residue incorporation depth?
Birthe Paul, Wageningen University; Ingrid M. Lubbers, Wageningen University; Jan Willem van Groenigen, Wageningen University
1:50 PM
Forecasting phenological responses to climate change: Using hierarchical models to bridge local processes and regional predictions
Jeffrey M. Diez, University of California, Riverside; Ines Ibanez, University of Michigan
2:10 PM
Interacting effects of CO2 concentrations and nitrogen-form on root hydraulic conductivity in conifer seedlings
Tobias Gebauer, University of Illinois at Chicago; Anisul Islam, University of Illinois at Chicago; Hormoz BassiriRad, University of Illinois at Chicago
2:30 PM
Shrub growth response to climate change: Feedbacks of vegetation change to permafrost thaw in the Siberian Arctic tundra
Daan Blok, Wageningen University; Gabriela Schaepman-Strub, University of Zurich; Ute Sass-Klaassen, Wageningen University; Monique Heijmans, Wageningen University; Harm Bartholomeus, Wageningen University; Frank Berendse, Wageningen University
2:50 PM
Interactions between earthworm ecological strategy and microbial activity affect N2O dynamics
Ingrid M. Lubbers, Wageningen University; Lucas Nebert, Wageningen University; Georgios Giannopoulos, Wageningen University; Lijbert Brussaard, Wageningen University; Jan Willem Van Groeningen, Wageningen University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
Nutrient availability and invasive species affect rates of native species litter decomposition
Emmi Felker-Quinn, National Center for Envionmental Assessment, US Environmental Protection Agency; Jennifer A. Schweitzer, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
3:40 PM
Local habitat vs. preadaptation: Phenological shifts in multiple plant communities
Nicole Miller-Struttmann, University of Missouri-Columbia; Peter C. Hoch, Missouri Botanical Garden
4:00 PM
Does experimental warming reduce CO2-induced photosynthetic down-regulation in grassland species?
Emma L. Sage, University of Wyoming; David Williams, University of Wyoming; Elise Pendall, University of Wyoming; Daniel R. LeCain, USDA-ARS; Jack Morgan, USDA-ARS
4:20 PM
Soil amino acid pools and potential uptake by native and invasive grassland plants are altered by climate warming and elevated atmospheric CO2
Janet Chen, University of Wyoming; Elise Pendall, University of Wyoming; Jack Morgan, USDA-ARS; David Williams, University of Wyoming
4:40 PM
Long-term phenological changes in tundra plants in response to experimental warming using the International Tundra Experiment (ITEX) Network
Tiffany G. Troxler, Florida International University; Steven F. Oberbauer, Florida International University; M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Sarah Elmendorf, National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON); Anna Maria Fosaa, Faroese Museum of Natural History; Greg H. Henry, University of British Columbia; Robert Hollister, Grand Valley State University; Frith Jarrad, Melbourne University of Technology; Inga-Svala Jonsdottir, University of Finland; Kari Klanderud, Norwegian University of Life Sciences; Julia A. Klein, Colorado State University; Ulf Molau, Goteborg University; Christian Rixen, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research, SLF; Adrian Rocha, University of Notre Dame; Gaius Shaver, Marine Biological Laboratory; Robert Slider, Grand Valley State University; Ørjan Totland, Norwegian University of Life Sciences; C. Henrik Wahren, Latrobe University; Jeff Welker, University of Alaska