Contributed Oral Session 24: Disturbance Ecology: Management; Response to Fire
Monday, August 8, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM, Meeting Room 516 D, Level 5, Palais des congrès de Montréal
1:30 PM: Wilkinson, Elliot1, Feener, Donald1, 1 University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, Effects of habitat complexity on ant-parasitoid interactions: Another look at how disturbance regimes can change community dynamics.
1:50 PM: Kellogg, Lara-Karena*,1, McKenzie, Don *,1, 2, Peterson, David*,1, 2, 1 University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA2 Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory, Seattle, WA, USA, Quantifying the spatial variability associated with low severity fire regimes in the eastern Cacades of Washington.
2:10 PM: Hua, Dong*,1, 2, Peng, Changhui1, Dang, Qing-Lai 2, Zhou, Xiaolu 1, 2, Sun, Jianfeng1, 1 ECO-MCS Lab, Montréal, Quebec, Canada2 Faculty of Forestry and the Forest Environment, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, Modelling Canadian boreal forest wildfires: A case study.
2:30 PM: Estes, Becky1, Gjerstad, Dean1, Brockway, Dale2, 1 Auburn University, Auburn, AL2 Forest Service, Auburn, AL, Assessing heterogeneity in a longleaf pine ecosystem.
2:50 PM: Kerns, Becky *,1, Thies, Walter 1, Niwa, Chris 1, 1 USDA Forest Service, Corvallis, Oregon, Prescribed burn and cattle grazing in ponderosa pine forests: Implications for the herbaceous understory.
3:10 PM: , BREAK.
3:20 PM: Pavlovic, Noel1, Grundel, Ralph1, 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Porter, IN, USA, Groundlayer vegetation gradients across oak woodland canopy gaps.
3:40 PM: Rumbaitis-del Rio, Cristina *,1, 2, Wessman, Carol 1, 1 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO2 Columbia Univerisity Earth Institute, New York, NY, Ecological Memory: Do pre-fire disturbances influence post-fire nitrogen cycling and regeneration?
4:00 PM: Sala, Anna*,1, Keeling, Eric1, DeLuca, Thomas2, 1 Division of Biological Sciences. The University of Montana, Missoula, MT, USA2 Department of Ecosystem and Conservation Science. The University of Montana, Missoula, MT, USA, Ponderosa pine and Douglas-fir responses to repeated fire in wilderness areas of the inland Northwest.
4:20 PM: Bigler, Christof*,1, Kulakowski, Dominik1, Veblen, Thomas1, 1 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, Multiple disturbance interactions and extreme drought influence fire severity in a Rocky Mountain subalpine forest landscape.
4:40 PM: Muzika, Rose-Marie*,1, Guyette, Richard 1, Voelker, Steven1, Stambaugh, Michael1, 1 University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, Human-drought-fire-interactions in Ozark forests.
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