Colorado mountains

Disturbance Patterns

Climatic Controls on Stream Flow in the McMurdo Dry Valleys

Poster Number:  393 Presenter/Primary Author:  Chris Jaros Large variations in meltwater generation (ave.

Shifting symbiotic states and diversity patterns as an indicator of climate change

Poster Number:  364 Presenter/Primary Author:  Ruth Gates Accumulating data strongly suggest that the fate of Scleractinians will be determined in part, by the composition of symbiotic dinoflagellate (Symbiodinium sp.) communities hosted by coral

Establishment and persistence of macroalgal phase shifts

Poster Number:  361 Presenter/Primary Author:  Samantha Davis Coral reefs are among the most diverse and productive marine ecosystems, and are currently threatened by an increasing frequency and magnitude of natural and anthropogenic perturbations.

Climate variability, land use, disturbance regimes, and water supplies in a Rocky Mountain ecosystem

Poster Number:  357 Presenter/Primary Author:  Patrick Bourgeron Our study areas include portions of the Niwot Ridge Long Term Ecological Research site and Boulder Creek, which is representative of the Colorado Front Range, where population increased by 30% from

Dynamics of social-ecological systems in the Colorado Front Range: Fire regimes, thresholds, and stable states

Poster Number:  356 Presenter/Primary Author:  Patrick Bourgeron Forecasting change in mountain social-ecological systems presents significant challenges, as they are likely to display non-linear responses, i.e., they are more easily pushed or “tipped” across cr

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