PS 65
Latebreaking: Community Pattern And Dynamics

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
PS 65-79
Patterns of community assembly and the relative roles of space, environment, phylogeny, and disturbance in explaining functional diversity in a temperate forest (widthdrawn)
Meghna Srishti Krishnadas, Yale University; Noelle G. Beckman, The Ohio State University; Juan Carlos Penagos-Zuluaga, Yale University; Yan Zhu, Chinese Academy of Sciences; James Whitacre, Powdermill Nature Reserve, Carnegie Museum of Natural History; John Wenzel, Powdermill Nature Reserve, Carnegie Museum of Natural History; Simon A. Queenborough, The Ohio State University; Liza S. Comita, The Ohio State University
Using the Wildlife Picture Index to measure ecosystem health and connectivity
Susan E. Townsend, Wildlife Ecology & Consulting; Elisabeth R. Micheli, Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood; Michelle Halbur, Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood
Cross-taxa comparative analysis of long-term community data
Sydney K. Jones, University of New Mexico; Julie Ripplinger, Arizona State University; Eric R. Sokol, Virginia Tech; Carl Boettiger, UC Berkeley; Erica Christensen, Utah State University; Elsa Cleland, University of California San Diego; Matt Jones, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis; Corinna Gries, University of Wisconsin; Scott L. Collins, University of New Mexico
PS 65-84
Accuracy in detection and measurement of density-dependence in marine fish stocks: A simulation framework (widthdrawn)
Katyana VERT-PRE, Sorbonne University-National Museum of Natural History; Jim Berkson, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center; William J. Lindberg, University of Florida
An appraisal of the classic forest succession paradigm with the shade tolerance index
Jean Lienard, Washington State University Vancouver; Ionut Florescu, Stevens Institute of Technology; Nikolay Strigul, Washington State University Vancouver
Effects of vertebrate exclusion on secondary forest dynamics during old-field succession in a Neotropical rainforest
Miguel Martinez-Ramos, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Francisco Mora-Ardila, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Effects of repeated fire and environmental variation on the efflux of CO2 from soils of a subtropical woodland savanna
Susanne Wiesner, University of Alabama; Andres Baron, Joseph Jones Ecological Research Center; Christina L. Staudhammer, University of Alabama; Gregory Starr, University of Alabama
Characterizing patchiness and scale of interactions in semi-arid vegetation patterns
Sumithra Sankaran, Indian Institute of Science; Sabiha Sachdeva, Indian Institute of Science; Ashwin Viswanathan, Indian Institute of Science; Vishwesha Guttal, Indian Institute of Science
Ecological regular pattern formation of Alpine Avens (Geum rossii) and the Northern Pocket Gopher (Thomomys talpoides) disturbance on Pikes Peak, Colorado
Johanna E. Jensen, Colorado College; Miroslav Kummel, Colorado College; Lauren E. Hebert, Colorado College
Competitive interactions between tropical trees
Claire Fortunel, University of Maryland; Renato Valencia, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador; Nathan J. B. Kraft, University of Maryland
Exploring the community ecology of geothermal mosses: Do invertebrates impact moss genetic diversity?
Erin E. Shortlidge, Portland State University; Todd N. Rosenstiel, Portland State University; Sarah M. Eppley, Portland State University
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