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Poster Session #22: Paleoecology.
Wednesday, August 8, 2001. Presentation from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Exhibition Hall
26. Anderson, Rebecca1, Foster, David 1, Motzkin, Glenn1, 1 Development and lateral expansion of forested peatlands in central New England.
27. Callis, Mona1, McGee, Amber1, Brugam, Richard1, 1 Peatland Development in North-Central Wisconsin.
28. SANFORD, PATRICIA1, WINKLER, MARJORIE1, 1 Mid-Holocene northern Minnesota lake sediment record suggests global warming induced landscape changes.
73. Higuera, Philip1, Brubaker, Linda1, Sprugel, Douglas1, 1 Identifying disturbance signatures in small-hollow sediments: the potential for long-term, high-resolution forest history records.
74. Cannella, John1, Cole, Kenneth2, Arundel, Samantha1, 1 2 Synthesizing a mixed assemblage of packrat midden research on the Colorado Plateau.
75. Lyford, Mark1, Jackson, Stephen1, Gray, Steve1, Gerow, Ken1, Eddy, Rob1, 1 Comparisons of modern woodrat (Neotoma cinerea) midden assemblages with surrounding vegetation.
76. Gray, Stephen 1, Fastie, Christopher2, Jackson, Stephen1, Betancourt, Julio3, Taylor, Kenton1, 1 2 3 1000 year drought records from tree-rings in the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming.
77. Umbanhowar, Charles1, Werner, Brett1, 1 Simulation of the impact of fire on the location and structure of the Prairie-Forest border in Minnesota.
78. Malone, Christopher1, Sanford, Robert1, 1 Landuse signatures by prehistoric human populations in an old growth rainforest.
79. Brugam, Richard1, Crenshaw, Michelle1, 1 Impact of European-American colonization on Horseshoe Lake, Alexander County, Illinois.
80. Oswald, W Wyatt1, Anderson, Patricia1, Brown, Thomas2, Brubaker, Linda1, Gomez, Patricia1, Hu, Feng Sheng3, Lozhkin, Anatoly4, 1 2 3 4 Effects of sample mass and type on radiocarbon dating of arctic lake sediments.
81. Jackson, Stephen1, Booth, Robert1, 1 Holocene vegetation and climate change in Upper Michigan and paleohydrology of the western Great Lakes.
82. ARNOLD, ANGELA1, BRUSH, GRACE1, 1 A Holocene record of climate change in the Chesapeake Bay.