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Poster Session #38: Landscape Ecology.
Thursday, August 9, 2001. Presentation from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Exhibition Hall
109. Marshall, Samuel1,2, Bedrosian, Edward3, Rypstra, Ann1, 1 2 3 Simulation test of mechanisms shaping the differential response of two generalist predators to landscape fragmentation.
110. Rypstra, Ann1, 1 Differential effects of habitat quality on the colonization ability of two species of wolf spiders (Lycosidae).
111. Roberts, Lance1, Howe, Robert1, 1 Landscape analysis of forest bird populations in northern Wisconsin.
112. SCHOTTHOEFER, ANNA1, COLE, REBECCA2, JOHNSON, LUCINDA3, JOHNSON, CATHERINE3, BEASLEY, VAL1, 1 2 3 Parasite communities of frogs: relationships to landscape and habitat features.
113. Hall, Dianne1, Bergthold, Brandy1, Sites, Robert1, Linit, Mark1, 1 Macroinvertebrate assemblages of prairie headwater streams: effects of adjacent land uses.
114. Lynn, Stacy1, Ellis, James1, Boone, Randall1, 1 Ecological effects upon Maasai pastoral settlement patterns and cattle migration distances.
115. Bain, Daniel 1, Brush, Grace1, 1 Definition of current patch structure drivers from historic land records.
116. HOLLISTER, JEFFREY1, PAUL, JOHN2, COPELAND, JANE3, COMELEO, RANDY4, CHARPENTIER, MIKE 3, AUGUST, PETER1, BRUSH, MARK5, 1 2 3 4 5 Relating estuarine condition with landscape structure in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States.
117. Bouldin, Jim 1, Parks, Sean1, 1 Assessing the scale of usefulness of regional-scale vegetation maps with ground-based data.
118. CASPERSEN, JOHN1, MOORCROFT, PAUL1, 1 Integrating forest inventories and ecosystem models.
119. BROSOFSKE, KIMBERLEY1, CHEN, JIQUAN2, SAUNDERS, SARI2, CROW, THOMAS3, 1 2 3 Wavelet analysis of vegetation patterns in northern Wisconsin.
120. Ritchie, Jerry1, Herrick, Jeffery2, 1 2 Using cesium-137 to understand landscape stability in the northern Chihuahuan Desert.
121. White, Mark1, Host, George1, 1 Mapping the potential distribution of native plant communities in the Northern Superior Uplands, Minnesota, USA.
122. WESTHUS, ERIC 1, CAMILO, GERARDO1, 1 Prairie species diversity along a connectivity gradient.
123. RICH, PAUL1, GREENE, BRETT2, MCDONALD, PETER3, 1 2 3 Topographic determinants of carbon balance and vegetation distribution in the Rocky Mountains.
125. Ma, Siyan1, Chen, Jiquan1, North, Malcolm2, Jurgensen, Martin1, 1 2 Temporal and spatial variability of air and soil temperatures within an old-growth mixed conifer.
126. Seagle, Steven1, Sturtevant, Brian1, Chastain, Robert1, Townsend, Philip1, 1 Spatial variation of forest-floor litter invertebrates in topographically diverse landscapes.
127. MacKenzie, M. Derek1, DeLuca, Tom1, Sala, Anna1, 1 Influence of fire exclusion on stand structure and nitrogen cycling in Ponderosa pine/Douglas-fir forests of western Montana.
128. Schroeder, David1, Perera, Ajith1, 1 A comparison of spatial vegetation patterns following clearcuts and fires in Ontario's boreal forests.
129. Wolter, Peter1, White, Mark1, 1 Recent forest cover type transitions and landscape structural changes in northeast Minnesota.
130. LOOKINGBILL, TODD1, PIERCE, KENNETH1, URBAN, DEAN1, 1 A cross-site comparative study of physical correlates with community transition.
131. FU, PINDE1, RICH, PAUL2, 1 2 Topographic influences on solar radiation at landscape scales.
132. Dixon, Philip1, 1 Methods for analyzing spatial patterns of more than two species.
133. Alkaff, Huda1, 1 Facing the water scarcity problem in Yemen.