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Session #10: Functional similarity and functional groups in ecological systems. Organized by: P. Morin and R. Zamora.
Tuesday, August 7, 2001. Lecture Hall
1:00 PM Morin, Peter1, 1 The measurement, prediction, and significance of functional similarity.
1:25 PM JONES, CLIVE1, 1 Functional groupings of ecosystem engineers.
1:50 PM Duffy, J. Emmett1, 1 Biodiversity, idiosyncrasy, and the function of marine ecosystems.
2:15 PM Callaway, Ragan1, 1 Functional group versus species-specific approaches to positive interactions in plant communities.
2:40 PM Hooper, David1, Dukes, Jeffrey2, 1 2 Complementarity among grassland functional groups.
3:05 PM Break.
3:20 PM Naeem, Shahid1, Knops, Johannes2, Reich, Peter3, Tilman, David3, Craine, Joe4, Wedin, David2, 1 2 3 4 Functional versus species richness in ecosystem response to global change: can they be disentangled?
3:45 PM Grime, Phil1, 1 The role of plant functional traits in sustaining community and ecosystem properties.
4:10 PM Tilman, David1, Reich, Peter1, Knops, Johannes2, Wedin, David2, 1 2 The Cedar Creek biodiversity experiment: Can results after seven years resolve the biodiversity debate?
4:35 PM Zamora, Regino1, Gómez, Jose M.2, 1 2 Ecological and Evolutionary consequences of functional equivalence in ecological interactions.