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Beckman, Noelle. Multi-scale investigation on the effects of landscape fragmentation on plant functional diversity in an African Forest. 8/9/2018, 3:40PM, 356
Beckman, Noelle. Novel approaches to predicting plant species movement under climate change. 8/8/2018. 4:30PM - 6:30PM. ESA Exhibit Hall.
Beckman, Noelle. Seed to seedling transition shows distance-based mortality effects but no strong Janzen-Connell patterns for tree species at Barro Colorado Island (Panama). 8/8/2018, 8:00AM, 338
Brunson, Mark. Temporal trends in tree species composition for residential landscapes in an urbanized semi-arid region. 8/10/2018, 8:00AM, 235-236
Choi, Ryan. Season advancement, timing of grazing, and relative cloud cover interact to influence net ecosystem exchange in a coastal Alaskan wetland. 8/10/2018, 9:20AM, 356
Chung, Y. Anny. Searching for process: microbial drivers of plant-soil feedbacks in the greehouse and field. 8/6/2018, 4:20PM, 333-334
Coppock, Layne. From vicious to virtuous cycles: How growing urban centers can promote pastoral system resilience in southern Ethiopia. 8/6/2018, 3:20 PM, 344
Cotterill, Gavin. Hidden cost of disease in a free-ranging ungulate; brucellosis reduces mid-winter pregnancy in elk. 8/7/2018, 11:10AM, 335-336
Fagua, Jose. A new approach to estimate robust absence records for species distribution modeling. 8/6/18, 2:50PM, 339
Grenzer, Josephine. Introducing a spatial plant-soil feedback model: Modeling plant communities of a European grassland.
Haight, Jeffrey. Evaluating protected areas as broad climate refucia in the Souther Rockies. 8/6/2018, 4:30PM - 6:30PM, Poster # 65, ESA Exhibit Hall
Hammill, Edd. Evaluating protected areas as broad climate refucia in the Souther Rockies. 8/6/2018, 4:30PM - 6:30PM, Poster # 65, ESA Exhibit Hall
Holdredge, Martin. Woody plant growth increases with rain and snow intensity in a shrubsteppe ecosystem. 8/9/2018, ESA Exhibit Hall
Hulvey, Kristin. Managing grazing disturbance in riparian areas to maintain multiple rangeland ecosystem services in the Intermountain West: Water quality, sage-grouse habitat, stream-bank stability, and livestock production. 8/10/2018. 10:30AM, 333-334
Huntly, Nancy. Building a program to prepare graduate researchers for careers in actionable climate adaptation science. 8/9/2018, 4:30PM - 6:30PM, ESA Exhibit Hall
Kulmatiski, Andrew. Testing the role of plant-soil feedback in diversity-productivity experiments. 8/8/2018, 3:10PM, 350-351
Kulmatiski, Andrew. Vegetation dynamics and ecosystem resilience under global climate change. 8/7/2018, 1:30PM - 5:00PM, 346-347
LaMalfa, Eric. Does compensatory growth persist following top-kill by fire; effects of herbivore browsing legacy on post-fire tree size. 8/8/2018, 1:50PM, 340-341
Manlove, Kezia. A Lagrangian tripartite perspective can unify network construction methods and integrate novel data to better forecast animal contact dynamics. 8/7/2018, 8:00 AM, 335-336
Nasto, Megan. The effects of soil moisture on microbial carbon-use efficiency across soil textures. 8/9/2018. 10:30AM, 357
Pearse, William. Augmenting research grounded on NEON (ARGON): Using new data compilation techniques to contextualize NEON site diversity. 8/7/2018, 2:10PM, 356
Pena, Jacqueline. Plant evolutionary response to climate change: Detecting adaptation across experimental and natural precipitation gradients. 8/9/2018. 4:30PM-6:30PM, ESA Exhibit Hall
Schupp, Eugene. How might climate change affect seed dispersal by animals? 8/10/2018, 11:10AM, 344
Schupp. Eugene. Co-Organizer: Frugivores and See Dispersal in the Anthropocene. 8/10/2018, 8:00AM - 11:30AM, 344
Simpson, Elizabeth. Uncovering ecosystem heterogeneityacross spatial scales using a new fractal-based sampling design. 8/8/2018, 8:40 AM, 356
Sodja, Eric. Novel approaches to predicting plant species movement under climate change. 8/8/2018, 4:30PM - 6:30PM, ESA Exhibit Hall
Tredennick, Andrew. Co-Organizer: WK 2: Visualization Usting R and ggplot. 8/5/2018, 8:00AM - 11:30AM, 340-341
Veblen, Kari. Large herbivores as impetus, agent, and impediment in restoration of sagebrush rangelands. 8/10/2018, 8:00AM, 350 - 351
Waring, Bonnie. Demystifying paradigms of soil organic matter formation through microbe-mineral interactions. 8/6/2018, 1:30PM - 5:00PM, 345
Waring, Bonnie. Inspire session - Demistifying paradigms of soil organic matter formation via microb-mineral interactions. 8/7/2018, 1:30PM - 3:00PM, 244
Weedop, K.Bodie. The effect of missing species and phylogenetic imputation conservation prioritization. 8/8/2018, 2:10PM, 356
Young, Stephen. Water politics drive legislative action and management of invasive Phragmites australis in semi-arid regions of North America. 8/6/2018, 3:20PM, 235-236
Cane, James. Invited symposium keynote: Squash anyone? Prehistorical mysteries, remarkable resources, and exceptional adaptations of their bees, herbivores and vectored pathogens. 11/11 - 11/14/2018
Christman, Morgan. Effects of landscape structure and climate variability on beneficial insect diversity in agronomic crops of Utah. 11/11/2018
Holthouse, Cody. Tracking brown marmorated stink bug in Utah's urban-agricultural landscapes.
Rim, Kaitlin. Evaluation of alfalfa cultivars for potential management of clover root curculio (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Schumm, Zachary. Brown marmorated stink bug feeding damage on tart cherry in Utah.
Wickwar, Desiree. Understanding the role of conservation biocontrol for billbug (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Sphenophorus spp.) supresion in turfgrass.
Christman, Morgan. Effects of landscape structure and climate variability on beneficial insect diversity in agronomic crops of Utah. 10/11 - 10/13/2018
Young, J.K., J. Golla, D. Broman, T. Blankenship, R. Heilbrun. 2018. Resource use and density of bobcats in an extremely urbanized area. Symposium – Carnivore Ecology in the Built Environment.10/10/2018
Young, J.K., S.W. Breck. 2018. Experimental evidence for fear as a tool to manage human-wildlife conflict. Symposium - The Ecology of Fear: Linking Theory to Management Practices. 10/09/2018
Null, Sarah. Aquatic habitat as performance criteria in water resources systems models. 12/10 - 12/14/2018. Time and Location TBA
Null, Sarah. Changes in climate similarly influence recent streamflow trends in natural and human-modified watersheds. 12/10 - 12/14/2018. Time and Location TBA
Boyle, Paige. Golf Course Superintendents Associate of America's Golf Industry Show. Worming your way out of a muddy situation: Earthworm management on your golf course. San Diego, CA. 2/2 - 2/7, 2019.
Hawkins, Chuck. International Symposium of the Benthological Society of Asia - Nanjing, Chaina, Invited Keynote Speaker: Modeling physiochemical gradients in support of freshwater ecological assessments. 8/19 - 8/25/2018
Mock, Karen. Bowdoin Clonal Plant Symposium - Invited Keynote Presentation: Landscape clonal patterns as clues to ecological and evolutionary mechanisms. 7/29 - 8/2/2018
Pearse, William. Invited Seminar Speaker: Advances in the design and analysis of evolutionary ecology and phenological studies. 11/5/2018
Rogers, Paul. Aspen Science & Mangement Overview. Aspen Days. Berry Center, University of Wyoming. 7/31/2018
Waring, Bonnie. Dartmouth College Cramer Seminar Series: Investigating the belowground fate of plant-derived carbon. 10/19/2018
Waring, Bonnie. Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting: Plant litter traits mediate microbial responses to water availability and the formation of soil organic matter. 1/6 - 1/9/2019
Young. Julie. UC Berkeley Department Seminar. Title TBA. 11/11/2018
Young, Steve. Agronomy Society of America and Crop Science Societyof America Annual meeting. AI Weeding Robot. 11/6/2018, 8:20AM