Colorado mountains
From Long-Term Data to Understanding: Toward a Predictive Ecology
2015 LTER ASM Estes Park, CO - August 30 - September 2, 2015

Submitted Poster Abstracts

Titlesort icon Presenter/Primary Author Submitted Poster Number
Could nitrogen deposition and warmer temperatures make the Rocky Mountain alpine vulnerable to non-native plant species invasions? Teal Potter 08/05/15 280
Controls on Porewater Salinity Distributions in a Southeastern Salt Marsh David Miklesh 06/15/15 19
Controls on Forest Soil Carbon Richard Bowden 07/03/15 43
Controls on dissolved organic matter (DOM) degradation in a headwater stream: the influence of photochemical and hydrological conditions Rose Cory 06/26/15 29
Continuous modeling of hyporheic exchange explains chemostasis in glacial meltwater streams, Antarctica Adam Wlostowski 07/29/15 140
Constraining uncertainties in long-term particulate organic matter exports by headwater streams Francisco Guerrer... 07/31/15 241
Complex terrain, flowpaths, and biogeochemistry of water in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest Julie Pett-Ridge 07/31/15 268
Climatological controls on net primary productivity in a southern Appalachian forest Chris Oishi 07/31/15 239
Climate change homogenizes landscape vegetation patterns at the catchment scale Taehee Hwang 07/27/15 112
Climate change and foraging efficiency in a territorial herbivore: changes in food cache quality parallel a change in microclimate Chris Ray 06/08/15 12
Chronic nutrient enrichment in grasslands increases vulnerability to drought: multiple studies in a single long-term experiment Sally Koerner 07/15/15 69
Changes in zooplankton habitat, behavior, and acoustic scattering characteristics across glider-resolved fronts in the California Current Ecosystem Jesse Powell 07/30/15 196
Changes in ecosystem carbon responses to saltwater exposure: Implications of sea level rise in the Florida coastal Everglades Ben Wilson 06/22/15 24
Changes in copepod egg production rates in relation to frontal gradients and microplankton concentrations in the California Current Ecosystem Catherine Nickels 07/24/15 102
Changes in boreal forest mineral soil characteristics over a quarter century across a primary and secondary successional series John Yarie 08/04/15 217
Century-scale Variations in Plant and Soil Nitrogen Pools, Isotopic Composition, and Microbial Processes in Northern Hardwood Forests Christine Goodale 08/18/15 293
Central Arizona–Phoenix LTER and society: co-development of sustainable future scenarios David Iwaniec 07/31/15 202
Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve Forest Isbell 07/28/15 131
Causes and consequences of annual variation in disturbance in salt marsh plant communities Shanze Li 07/11/15 61
Cascading impact of an invader on ecology and ecosystem services: Spiny water flea invasion into Lake Mendota (NTL-LTER) Jacob Walsh 07/28/15 134