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Changes in invertebrate communities along a natural elevational climate gradient at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire, USA

Poster Number:  314 Presenter/Primary Author:  Lynn Christenson Warmer winters associated with climate change are predicted to decrease snow cover and increase soil freezing.

Boater perceptions of environmental issues affecting lakes in the Northern Highlands of Wisconsin

Poster Number:  313 Presenter/Primary Author:  Ben Beardmore Recreation is a primary use of many lakes in the Northern Highlands Lake District, and the NTL-LTER has committed to better understanding the interactions between these users and the ecology of the

The effects of extreme heat and drought on a tallgrass prairie ecosystem

Poster Number:  310 Presenter/Primary Author:  David Hoover Climate extremes, such as heat waves and drought, are expected to increase in their frequency and intensity over the next century.  We examined the responses of the tallgrass prairie ecosystem

Effect of Sargassum pacificum on the calcification of juvenile Porites rus in elevated CO2 conditions

Poster Number:  309 Presenter/Primary Author:  Heather Hillard Ocean acidification (OA), the decrease in the pH and carbonate ion concentration due to the uptake of anthropogenic CO2, poses a severe threat to coral reefs worldwide as studies predict

Effects of ocean acidification on bioerosion of burrowing bivalves in Moorea, French Polynesia.

Poster Number:  303 Presenter/Primary Author:  Lauren Valentino Anthropogenic pCO2 causing ocean acidification (OA) is predicted to decrease ocean surface pH by 0.14–0.35 units by 2100.

Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER