Colorado mountains

Working Group Session 5 - Wednesday

Wed, 2012-09-12 10:00 - 12:00

Title Organizer Room Assignment
The Long Term Agro-ecosystem Research (LTAR) Network Mark Walbridge Eastside - Deer Ridge Fireside (75)
Resilience and Sustainability of Complex Mountain Landscapes Patrick Bourgeron Eastside - Rainbow Fireside (75)
Linkages among specialized microbial communities across LTER landscapes: Developing the metacommunity concept Byron Crump Longs Peak - Boulder Field (85)
Disappearing Cryosphere Hugh Ducklow Longs Peak - Chasm Lake (60)
Best practices for graduate student socio-ecological research Sydne Record Longs Peak - Diamond East (125)
Developing a Cross-site Vegetation Data Portal for the LTER Network Mark Harmon Longs Peak - Diamond West (125)
Changes in litter chemistry during decomposition: pathways and patterns Becky Ball Longs Peak - Granite Pass (85)
Environmental Histories in the LTER Network Adrian Howkins Longs Peak - Keyhole (60)
Belowground Biogeochemical Processes Across the LTER Network Adrien Finzi Ruesch Auditorium - Billhiemer (50)
Hydrologic Variability across Climatically, Geologically, and Morphologically Similar Watersheds: Implications for stream ecosystems and ecological thresholds for anthropogenic change. Rhett Jackson Ruesch Auditorium - Dodge (50)
LTER-Based Professional Development for K-12 teachers: opportunities for collaboration and planning for the future Kari O'Connell Ruesch Auditorium - Hobbs (50)
Communicating LTER Science Part I and II Susan Dailey Ruesch Auditorium - Sweet (50)
Ecological Research from a Truly Long-Term Perspective: What Needs to be Done Today to Support Ecological Analysis in 2100? Susan Stafford Wind River A (100)
An International Drought Experiment (IDE) Network: The Role of LTER and ILTER Melinda Smith Wind River B (100)
Anthropological Sciences, Ecology, and Environment Michael Paolisso Wind River C (100)
Background Photo by: Nicole Hansen - Jornada (JRN) LTER