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

Title Presenter/Primary Author Submittedsort icon Poster Number
The missing carbon link: Are ag lime and groundwater irrigation sequestering carbon? Bonnie McGill 06/12/15 18
Are critical ecosystem thresholds defined by the magnitude or duration of exogenous forcing? Zak Ratajczak 06/12/15 17
Forest Discovery: Interdisciplinary Place-Based Learning in the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest Lissy Goralnik 06/11/15 16
Determining effects of microclimate on individual survival in the American pika Chris Ray 06/08/15 15
Effects of surface and sub-surface temperature on the activity budget of a microhabitat specialist Chris Ray 06/08/15 14
Seasonal effects of microhabitat structure on sub-surface microclimates in blocky debris Chris Ray 06/08/15 13
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
V-ART curriculum for teaching social-ecological systems to children in mountain communities Chris Ray 06/08/15 11
The impact of microclimate variation on budburst phenology within a mature Douglas-fir tree (Pseudostuga menziesii) Becky Miller 06/06/15 10
A three-pronged approach to understanding how fire and mammalian herbivory interact to influence post-fire forest growth and composition in interior Alaska Alexandra Conway 06/01/15 9
The loss of foundation species revisited Allyson Degrassi 05/26/15 8
Moving beyond the exchange value: A deductive approach to nonmarket valuation and implications for conservation policy Karen Allen 05/25/15 7
Critical thinking in forest management: An analysis of arguments for and against ecological forestry, with examples from O&C lands in western Oregon Chelsea Batavia 05/11/15 6
Belowground Decomposition Rate Thresholds and Their Relationship to Plant Community State Change Along a Virginia Barrier Island Dune/Swale Transect Matt Smith 05/01/15 5
The power of long-term observation: Does Nature's Notebook cultivate long-term participation in phenology monitoring? LoriAnne Barnett 04/29/15 4
Response of Forest Insects and their Natural Enemies to Simulated Ice Storm Damage in Northern Hardwood Forests Wendy Leuenberger 04/20/15 3
Data Products to Support Assessment and Forecasting of Phenology on MultipleData Products to Support Assessment and Forecasting of Phenology on Multiple Spatiotemporal Scales Katharine Gerst 04/02/15 2
Arts and Humanities Efforts in the LTER Network: Understanding Perceived Values and Challenges Lissy Goralnik 03/30/15 1