CASC Presentations at the 2020 Ecological Society of America (ESA) Meeting

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2020 Ecological Society of America meeting (August 3- August 6, 2020) Session Information

Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Lake City, UT

Participating in the 2020 Ecological Society of America (ESA) virtual meeting (August 3- August 6, 2020)? Check out these presentations from leadership, staff, and affiliates of the Climate Adaptation Science Centers! The theme for this year's meeting is: Harnessing the Ecological Data Revolution. 

Organized Oral Sessions

Translational Invasion Ecology: Bridging Research and Practice to Address One of the Greatest Drivers of Global Change

Contributor: Bethany Bradley (Northeast CASC) 

Session: OOS 5- Translational Invasion Ecology: Bridging Research & Practice to Address One of the Greatest Drivers of Global Change

Program: Organized Oral Sessions

Time: August 6, 3:30 PM- 4:00 PM

 

Translational Invasion Ecology: Bridging Research and Practice to Address One of the Greatest Drivers of Global Change

Contributor: Toni Lyn Morelli (Northeast CASC) 

Session: OOS 5- Translational Invasion Ecology: Bridging Research & Practice to Address One of the Greatest Drivers of Global Change

Program: Organized Oral Sessions

Time: August 6, 3:30 PM- 4:00 PM

 

Developing proactive invasive species management by prioritizing range shifting invasive species

Contributor: Bethany Bradley (Northeast CASC) 

Session: OOS 5 - Translational Invasion Ecology: Bridging Research & Practice to Address One of the Greatest Drivers of Global Change

Program: Organized Oral Sessions​​​​​​​

Time: August 6, 3:30 PM- 4:00 PM

 

Invasion Biogeography: Using Big Data to Assess Invasion and Impact at Macroscales​​​​​​​

Contributor: Bethany Bradley (Northeast CASC) 

Session: OOS 18 - Invasion Biogeography: Using Big Data to Assess Invasion and Impact at Macroscales

Program: Organized Oral Sessions​​​​​​​

Time: August 6, 1:00 PM- 1:30 PM

 

The human-grass-fire cycle: How the co-occurrence of people and invasive grasses can drive wildland fire​​​​​​​

Contributor: Emily Fusco (Northeast CASC) 

Session: OOS 18 - Invasion Biogeography: Using Big Data to Assess Invasion and Impact at Macroscales

Program: Organized Oral Sessions​​​​​​​

Time: August 6, 1:00 PM- 1:30 PM

 

Contributed Talks

Elevational movements of songbird species within the breeding season: How resource availability and climate drive movement patterns​​​​​​​

Contributor: Martha Zillig (Southwest CASC), Erica Fleishman (Southwest CASC)

Session: COS 20 - Behavior: Migration And Movement 1

Program: Contributed Talks

 

Differences among species in growth rates and leaf area influence rates of succession from savanna to forest​​​​​​​

Contributor: Samuel W. Flake (Southeast CASC) 

Session: COS 148 - Communities: Succession 2

Program: Contributed Talks

 

Invaders for sale: The ongoing spread of invasive species by the plant trade industry​​​​​​​

Contributor: Evelyn Beaury (Northeast CASC) 

Session: COS 173 - Invasion: Prevention And Management 1​​​​​​​

Program: Contributed Talks

 

We don’t know what we’re missing - Evidence of a vastly under-identified invasive plant pool​​​​​​​

Contributor: Brittany Laginhas (Northeast CASC) 

Session: COS 180 - Big Data In Ecology - Methods and Tools 10

Program: Contributed Talks

 

 

Contributed Posters

Forest management and climate adaptation in north-central Minnesota: Seedling responses to drought

Contributor: Jamie Mosel (Northeast CASC) 

Session: PS 38 - Forests: Temperate

Program: Contributed Posters