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Plant Physiological Ecology

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

Quantifying the physiology of structurally complex arctic vegetation and implications for ecosystem function in a shrubbier tundra

Poster Number:  358 Presenter/Primary Author:  Adam Formica As conditions become more favorable in some arctic regions for shrub growth, shrubs will not only expand laterally, but they will grow thicker and taller, altering the physical structure of the can

Remote sensing of canopy nitrogen as a window to the functioning of ecosystems

Poster Number:  343 Presenter/Primary Author:  Scott Ollinger How plants interact with sunlight is central to the existence of life and provides a window to the functioning of ecosystems.  Although the basic properties of leaf spectra have been known for

Modeling The Production of Salt Marsh Grasses

Poster Number:  323 Presenter/Primary Author:  Adrian Burd Salt marsh grass species change as one moves from high marsh areas to low marsh areas. This is a result of many factors including light, salinity and nutrient availability.

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