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

PS 102 - Latebreaking: Forests

Friday, August 6, 2010: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Forest root biomass and carbon stocks: Ecological and methodological influences
Richard K. Kobe, Michigan State University; Andrew O. Finley, Michigan State University; Andrea J. Maguire, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
FERN phenology: Saccoloma moranii in a Costa Rican lowland rainforest 
Deedra K. McClearn, Organization for Tropical Biology
Breeding bird use of exotic vegetation in New Mexico riparian forests: Implications for a drying climate
D. Max Smith, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station; Deborah M. Finch, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station; Katherine Brodhead, Centre for Wildlife Ecology, Simon Fraser University; Scott Stoleson, USDA Forest Service
Biodiversity priority areas analysis for mammals in Yangtze basin, based sysematic coservation planning idea
Lu Zhang, Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology; Zhiyun Ouyang, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Are natural enemies of common tropical seedlings more diverse than natural enemies of rare species
Benedicte Bachelot, Duke University; Richard K. Kobe, Michigan State University
Ecological stoichiometry and distribution of dominant woody species in a subtropical evergreen forest
Wenyan Dai, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science; Mei Yu, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras
Predicting changes in gallery forest community composition using fire resistance of tree species
Benjamin L. VanderWeide, Kansas State University; David C. Hartnett, Kansas State University
The fitter litter: European earthworms grow faster when dining on maple-oak litter than when the fare is European buckthorn
Richelle C. Caya, College of St. Benedict | St. John's University; D. Gordon Brown, College of St. Benedict | St. John's University
Comparative ecophysiology of Caribbean and mainland Neotropical trees
Adam R. Martin, University of Toronto Scarborough; S. C. Thomas, University of Toronto; Saara J. DeWalt, Clemson University; Kalan Ickes, Clemson University; Elvis R. Stedman, Dominican Naturalists Association
The roles of fire and landform in controlling stand dynamics of high elevation pine ecosystems in northeastern West Virginia
Lauren F. Howard, Arcadia University; Daniel Brophy, Arcadia University; Maria Stelacio, Arcadia University
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