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Spring Phenology of Aquatic Emergence and Terrestrial Insect Activity in the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Oregon, USA

Poster Number:  38 Presenter/Primary Author:  Christina Murphy We have been studying emerging aquatic and flying terrestrial insect activity as part of a cross-taxa phenology study at the H.J.

SEVILLETA LTER: Pulse dynamics in aridland ecosystems at multiple spatial and temporal scales

Poster Number:  33 Presenter/Primary Author:  Scott Collins Although water is the key limiting resource in aridland ecosystems, most arid land soils are also chronically low in nutrients and organic matter.

Soil nitrogen dynamics during snow melt in moist acidic tussock tundra soils

Poster Number:  11 Presenter/Primary Author:  Anthony Darrouzet... Soil nitrogen (N) is an important limiting nutrient in Arctic ecosystems.

Spatial interactions among multiple ecosystem services in an urbanizing agricultural landscape in the Upper Midwest

Poster Number:  4 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jiangxiao Qiu Spatially explicit understanding of the delivery of multiple ecosystem services is essential to inform landscape management that attempts to sustain the benefits people derive from ecosystems.

Moss nutrient plasticity in desert ecosystems: a hot - cold desert comparison

Poster Number:  1 Presenter/Primary Author:  Becky Ball Desert biology live close to the physical limitations for life, constrained by low availability of water and nutrients.

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