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Session #22: Observation, manipulation, experimentation and extrapolation: Limitations and opportunities in ecosystem-level studies. Organized by: R.H. Gardner and J.E. Petersen.
Friday, August 10, 2001. Lecture Hall
8:00 AM Gardner, Robert1, 1 Introduction.
8:10 AM PETERSEN, JOHN1,2, KEMP, W.2, 1 2 Multiscale experiments in estuarine research: Improving realism and advancing theory.
8:35 AM Zedler, Joy1, 1 Limitations and opportunities in ecosystem-level studies: Lessons from wetland restoration.
9:00 AM Hobbie, John1, 1 Ecosystem science and ecosystem management: A disparity.
9:25 AM Cole, Jonathan1, Pace, Michael1, Carpenter, Stephen2, Kitchell, James2, 1 2 Connecting aquatic food webs to organic C from the watershed: Do maple leaves feed fish?
9:50 AM Break.
10:05 AM Engelhardt, Katharina1, 1 Consequences of diversity loss on ecosystem functioning: Can we extrapolate to landscape scales?
10:30 AM DeLUCIA, EVAN1, HAMILTON, JASON1, SCHLESINGER, WILLIAM2, 1 2 Manipulative experiments to understand forest productivity under elevated atmospheric CO2.
10:55 AM LEAVITT, PETER1, 1 Time will tell: Paleoecology and the hidden impacts of variability on ecosystem experiments.
11:20 AM GARDNER, ROBERT1, SCHEURER, DAVID1, 1 Identifying scale-dependent limitations for the extrapolation of experimental results across time and space.
11:45 AM Petersen, J. , Summary and Discussion.