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Oral Session #33: Climate Change. Presiding: A. Peterson.
Tuesday, August 7, 2001. 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Hall of Ideas E.
1:00 PM VINEBROOKE, ROLF1, COBB, TYLER1, STRECKER, ANGELA1, 1 . Global warming and zooplankton communities in alpine ponds of the Canadian Rocky Mountains: A greenhouse-warming experiment..
1:15 PM Arnott, Shelley 1, Gunn, John2, Keller, Bill3, 1 2 3 . The Influence of climatic events on biota in lakes across the boreal shield..
1:30 PM BENSON, BARBARA1, KRATZ, TIMOTHY1, MAGNUSON, JOHN1, 1 . Variability and extreme events in long-term lake and river ice phenology across the northern hemisphere..
1:45 PM Higgins, Paul1, Schneider, Stephen1, 1 . Ecosystem change in the North Atlantic region under greenhouse gas increase and thermohaline circulation collapse..
2:00 PM Williams, John1, 1 . Late-Quaternary land cover change in boreal and eastern North America..
2:15 PM Bunn, Andrew1, Graumlich, Lisa1, Urban, Dean2, 1 2 . Climatic interpretation of 20th-century tree-ring patterns in high-elevation conifers..
2:30 PM Jia, Gensuo1, Epstein, Howard1, Walker, Donald2, 1 2 . Temporal Characteristics of AVHRR-NDVI for the Arctic Tundra in Northern Alaska, 1990-1999..
3:00 PM . Break..
3:15 PM Xu, Yi-Jun1, Borken, Werner2, 1 2 . Simulation of soil carbon dioxide efflux in a mature temperate spruce forest from 1975 to 1999..
3:30 PM Moorcroft, Paul1, Hurtt, George 2, Shevlikova, Elena 1, Pacala, Stephen 1, 1 2 . Role of disturbance in the large-scale structure and functioning of Amazonian Ecosystems..
3:45 PM Mladenoff, David1, He, Hong1,2, Scheller, Robert 1, Crow, Thomas3, 1 2 3 . Spatial simulation of Lake States forest landscape change: climate warming, disturbance change, and management ..
4:00 PM Kueppers, Lara1, Harte, John1, 1 . Soil carbon loss along a climate and forest type gradient in the Rocky Mountains..
4:15 PM Gough, Laura1, 1 . Response of arctic tundra to nutrient addition and warming: the role of clonal plant growth form..
4:30 PM Guda, Nelson1, 1 . Using spatial data to address temporal hypotheses: A quantitative study of amphibian declines in the context of climate and environmental changes..
4:45 PM Minocha, Rakesh1, Shortle, Walter1, Lawrence, Gregory2, Ross, Don3, Hallett, Richard1, Long, Stephanie1, 1 2 3 . Changes in foliar biochemical stress indicators (putrescine and arginine) and their relationship to foliar and soil chemistry in response to acid deposition in Delaware River Basin..