Colorado mountains


The effects of surrounding habitat on plant, pollinator, and plant-pollinator interaction richness and abundance

Poster Number:  352 Presenter/Primary Author:  Vera Pfeiffer Montane meadows comprise less than 5% of the landscape of the western Cascades of Oregon, but they provide habitat for diverse species of plants and pollinators.

Effects of forest disturbances on stream nitrate concentrations in sites participating in StreamChemDB

Poster Number:  327 Presenter/Primary Author:  Alba Argerich Land use practices and natural disturbances in forested headwater catchments affect stream water chemistry with the potential to influence downst

Fungal and bacterial pathways along a gradient of climate and productivity

Poster Number:  319 Presenter/Primary Author:  Samantha Colby A primary distinction among soil food webs is based on fungal versus bacterial pathways of decomposition; these are expected to differ between meadows and forests.

Microclimate driven by complex terrain predicts within-season movement by a migrant songbird

Poster Number:  315 Presenter/Primary Author:  Sarah Frey Hadley Current predictions about species sensitivity to climate change are primarily based on ‘bioclimatic envelope models.’ These models assume that species either shift their geographic ranges to match

The DIRT on Q10: Differential temperature response of soils depleted of labile inputs

Poster Number:  262 Presenter/Primary Author:  Lorien Reynolds The decomposition of soil organic carbon (SOC) is expected to increase with global warming.  SOC decomposition has been commonly described by kinetic models with at least two pools with slow a

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