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Symposium #26: Gasping for CO2: Ecological Effects of Past Variations in Atmospheric CO2.
Organized by: JW Williams and S Cowling
Thursday, August 8. 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM. Turquoise Ballroom, TCC.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Ehleringer, James*,1, Cerling, Thure1, 1 University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT What controls the historical and current abundances of C4 plants.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Ward, Joy*,1, Ehleringer, James1, 1 University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT Physiological and evolutionary responses of plants to low CO2 of the late Pleistocene.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] SMITH, WILLIAM*,1, JACKSON, STEPHEN2, 1 Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina2 University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming Quaternary carbon dioxide concentrations: a comeback for cold-adapted conifers.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] LEVIS, SAMUEL*,1, 1 NATIONAL CENTER FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH, BOULDER, CO CO2 -climate-vegetation interactions at the LGM as simulated by a coupled climate-vegetation model.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Break.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Huang, Yongsong*,1, Shuman, Bryan1, Wang, Yi1, Jacobson, George2, Grimm, Eric3, Webb, Thompson1, 1 Department of Geological Sciences, Providence, RI 029122 Institute for Quaternary and Climate Studies, Orono, ME 044693 3Illinois State Museum, Springfield, IL 62703 Climate and vegetation change inferred from hydrogen and carbon isotope variations of land-plant biomarkers from Lake Tulane sediment during the last glacial-interglacial cycle.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Van de Water, Peter*,1, 1 Institue of Arctic and Alpine Research, Boulder, CO Ecophsyiological and morphological changes in plant macrofossils in response to CO2 shifts during the terminal Pleistocene.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Jackson, Robert*,1, Gill, Richard2, Polley, H3, Johnson, Hyrum3, Maherali, Hafiz1, Anderson, Laurel4, 1 Duke University, Durham, NC2 Washington State University, Pullman, WA3 USDA-ARS Grassland, Soil and Water Research Laboratory, Temple, TX4 Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH Grassland responses to past and future atmospheric CO2.