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Detecting the sensitivity of desert herbaceous plant responses to co-occurring atmospheric compounds

Poster Number:  379 Presenter/Primary Author:  Elizabeth Cook Cities occupy a small land area globally, yet atmospheric compounds generated from human-dominated ecosystems have significant impacts on protected lands within and beyond urban boundaries.  D

Coordinating Farm Management to Expand Provision of Ecosystem Services

Poster Number:  378 Presenter/Primary Author:  Leah Harris Palm-... Cooperative land management can cost-effectively enhance ecosystem services (ES) provided by agriculture.

Using geospatial data and field investigations to monitor effects of climate change on birds and amphibians: Leveraging a NASA Innovations in Climate Education (NICE) grant and LTER core data to train undergraduates in conducting ecological research

Poster Number:  377 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jeff Hepinstall-C... Four faculty at the University of Georgia (two PI’s on CWT LTER) have teamed to train undergraduate students in conducting ecological research through a NASA Innovations in Climate Education (NICE,

Zooplankton aggregation at glider-detected ocean fronts in the California Current Ecosystem

Poster Number:  376 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jesse Powell Here we report the results from six years of front observations from 2006 through 2011 along two transect lines within the Southern California Current System (SCCS) using autonomous gliders.

The influence of restoration on the hydrology of a karst wetland, Everglades (FL, USA)

Poster Number:  374 Presenter/Primary Author:  Pamela Sullivan Predicting and evaluating the influence of human modifications on karst wetland hydrology is challenging, as the groundwater and surface water have a close hydraulic connection.

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