Friday, August 8, 2008: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 81 - Latebreaking: Forests
Avian community structure in tropical montane cloud forest: not all neotropical forests are the same
David W. Kikuchi, US Student Fulbright Program
Long-term responses in the growth and defense of loblolly pine to changes in carbon and nutrient availability
D. Dünya Önen, Dartmouth College, Matthew P Ayres, Dartmouth College, Richard T. Wilkens, Dowling College, Peter L. Lorio Jr., Southern Research Staion
Modeled interactive effects of precipitation, temperature, and CO2 on ecosystem carbon and water dynamics in different climatic zones
Yiqi Luo, The University of Oklahoma, Dieter Gerten, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, W. J. Parton, Colorado State University, Ensheng Weng, The University of Oklahoma, Xuhui Zhou, The University of Oklahoma, Jeffrey Dukes, Purdue University
Plant phenology study in a mixed temperate forest of northern Wisconsin
Liang Liang, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Mark D. Schwartz, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Potential regulation of ectomycorrhizae by paper birch in response to soil type and fertilization: Linking the growth differentiation balance hypothesis, optimal plasticity, and carbon allocation models
Nathan M. Kleczewski, The Ohio State University, Daniel A. Herms, The Ohio State University, Pierluigi (Enrico) Bonello, The Ohio State University
Barriers to tree recruitment and forest restoration in high elevation habitats of north-central West Virginia
Heather Griscom, James Madison University, Bronson Griscom, Canaan Valley Institute, Sarah Deacon, Canaan Valley Institute
Inter- and intra-specific variability in leaf function and the distribution of tropical trees along an elevational gradient: Do functional traits predict species ranges?
Catherine M. Hulshof, University of Arizona, Nathan G. Swenson, Harvard University Herbaria
Strategy differentiation and coexistence in an Amazonian forest
Nathan Kraft, University of California, Berkeley, Renato Valencia, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Ecuador, David Ackerly, University of California, Berkeley
Landscape controls over forest successional pathways in former oak savanna and prairie in Oregon
Scott D. Bridgham, University of Oregon, Bart R. Johnson, University of Oregon, Gabriel I. Yospin, University of Oregon, Meghan Murphy, University of Oregon

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