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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

Greenhouse gas emissions from a constructed wetland system in Phoenix, AZ

Poster Number:  365 Presenter/Primary Author:  Jorge Ramos Wetlands support ecological functions that result in valuable services to society, including the purification of water through processes such as denitrification, plant uptake, and soil retention.

Boom-bust episodes alter plant species diversity patterns in arid urban landscapes

Poster Number:  353 Presenter/Primary Author:  Julie Ripplinger We often think of cities as designed ecosystems, where biophysical drivers are superseded by human decisions. But what happens during times of economic crisis?

The Science of Water Art: A Citizen Science Project

Poster Number:  329 Presenter/Primary Author:  Holly Vins The Science of Water Art project is a collaborative work that brings together professionals, c

Urban land-use institutions and parcel-scale change in Phoenix, Arizona, 1915-2012

Poster Number:  292 Presenter/Primary Author:  Joseph Tuccillo We seek to analyze how individual landowner decisions at the parcel level drive Phoenix’s macro-level land use patterns.

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