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Primary Production

Re-defining Aboveground Net Primary Productivity (ANPP) for Complex Terrain: A Case Study from the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest

Poster Number:  35 Presenter/Primary Author:  Fox Peterson Many environmental factors, such as temperature, precipitation, and nutrient balances, have been associated with the rate of aboveground net primary productivity (ANPP) in forest ecosystems, and in

Interactive Visual Analytics Promotes Pattern Discovery in 50-year Record of Cone Production in Upper-slope Conifers of the Pacific Northwest

Poster Number:  26 Presenter/Primary Author:  Tuan Pham Although cyclical cone production is a salient feature of many conifer life histories, relatively little is known about the temporal patterns of cone production in high-elevation conifer forests an

Scale, Consumers and Lotic Ecosystem Rates (SCALER)

Poster Number:  25 Presenter/Primary Author:  Janine Rueegg A key aim of SCALER is to allow extrapolation of typical experiments in streams to scales relevant to use or protection of the environment (i.e.

How does precipitation control primary production at Jornada Basin LTER?

Poster Number:  18 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jin Yao This study tested two hypotheses regarding pattern and control of aboveground net primary production (ANPP) in the Chihuahuan Desert, with emphases on seasonality and plant functional group.

Plant Community Establishment in Restoration: Effects of Seed Source Across Reciprocal Common Gardens in Three States

Poster Number:  8 Presenter/Primary Author:  Daniel L. Carter Humankind is undertaking an unprecedented manipulation of the globe's climate, land cover, and species distributions.

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