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 Submitted Poster Numbersort icon
Taxonomic and ecological diversity of McMurdo Dry Valley tardigrades Andy Thompson 07/30/15 181
Riparian forest controls on light and the longitudinal transitions from light to nutrient limitation of stream periphyton Dana Warren 07/30/15 182
Quantifying California Current Plankton Samples with Efficient Machine Learning Techniques Jeffrey Ellen 07/30/15 183
Effect of agricultural management on soil aggregates as determined from computed microtomography images Michelle Quigley 07/30/15 184
Research at the Hubbard Brook LTER Gary Lovett 07/30/15 185
Non-Native Forest Insects and Pathogens in the U.S.: Impacts and Policy Options Gary Lovett 07/30/15 186
Establishing a Long Term High-Altitude Soil Moisture Monitoring Network at the Watershed Scale Emily Jack-Scott 07/30/15 187
Wind control of circumpolar deep water intrusions to the Western Antarctic Peninsula shelf: weather-band and seasonal variability Darren McKee 07/30/15 188
Estimates of vertical and lateral diffusivities of heat on the West Antarctic Peninsula shelf Darren McKee 07/30/15 189
Elemental Stoichiometry as a Driver of Life History Evolution: An Experimental Test of the Growth Rate Hypothesis Summer Xue 07/30/15 190
Increased Connectivity in a Polar Desert Resulting from Climate Warming: McMurdo Dry Valley LTER Project Michael Gooseff 07/30/15 191
Swedish Research Infrastructure for Ecosystem Research - SITES Asa Ola Langvall 07/30/15 192
A response of soils thermal regime to changing climate in McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica: a modeling approach Maciek Obryk 07/30/15 193
Ecological Transitions in the California Current Ecosystem Mark Ohman 07/30/15 194
Visualizing Terrestrial and Aquatic Systems in 3D Judith Cushing 07/30/15 195
Changes in zooplankton habitat, behavior, and acoustic scattering characteristics across glider-resolved fronts in the California Current Ecosystem Jesse Powell 07/30/15 196
Canopy diversity in relation to carbon fluxes, water use and spectral reflectance in North American forests Scott Ollinger 07/30/15 197
Influences of riparian forest structure and stand development on vertebrate biomass in headwater streams Matthew Kaylor 07/30/15 198
Meteorological influences on high alpine water chemistry Alana Wilson 07/30/15 199
Techniques and conditions that can be used to form pure cultures for maximum growth of Antarctic soil protists Michael Cowley 07/30/15 200