Program  Titles  Presenters 
Presenter Index
All property is riverfront property: the raindrop app and FLOW project
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Abay, F.
Institute of Environment, Gender and Development Studies, Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Resilience, genetic diversity and livelihoods in Tigray, Ethiopia
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 19 - Community resilience: Strategies for empowerment in agrobiodiversity management and adaptation  -  3:15-4:15
 
Resilience, species diversity and livelihoods in Tigray, Ethiopia
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  10:15-12:30
 

Abdu, A.
Universiti Putra, Malaysia
Impact of enrichment planting on soil fertility status of degraded forestland in Malaysia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Adisenu-Doe, R.
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana
Selective logging and invasibility of Chromolaena odorata in tropical forests: A case of Bia-Tano Forest, Ghana.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Adiwinata Nawir, A.
CIFOR (Center for International Forestry Research), Indonesia
Ensuring sustainable tropical forest rehabilitation: Lessons learnt from a comparative analysis across Asia and Latin America
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Ahern, J.
University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Safe to Fail: adaptive design experiments for providing urban ecosystem services in urban greenways 
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 66 - Ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services of ecological networks and greenways: from local to global  -  09:30-12:30
 

Ahmad, S.S.
Fatima Jinnah Women University, Pakistan
Energy consumption and emissions pattern in the transport sectorof karachi using leap model
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 

Ahn, C-A.
George Mason University, USA
Microtopography as a design elements to restore structure and function in mitigation wetlands created in Chesapeake piedmont
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  4:00-5:45
 
Soil physicochemical properties predict plant community development of mitigation wetlands created in the Virginia piedmont, USA
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 35 - Ecosystem sustainability from the Olentangy to the Yangtze  -  3:15-4:15
 

Aihemaitiiang, R.
University of Greifswald, Germany
Above and below ground ecosystem services of Apocynum in sustainable agriculture along the Tarim River in Arid Northwest China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ainuddin, A.N.
INTROP, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Biomass and carbon estimation of Eugeissona tristis
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Aitkenhead-Peterson, J.A.
Texas A&M University, USA
Nutrient cycling in urban ecosystems: From roof to river
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 44 - Biogeochemistry of green infrastructure in the urban environment  -  09:15-10:30
 

Aiyer, K.R.
Unaffiliated, USA
Religious response to a pre-historical environmental crisis in South Asia: evidence from the Mahabharata
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 

Aksissou, M.
University Abdelmalek Essaadi, Morocco
Status of sea turtles in Morocco
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Wetlands of the NW of Morocco
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Al Farraj, S.
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Heavy metals accumulation  in the mantle of the common cuttlefish  sepia pharaonis from the Arabian Gulf
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Al-Asadi, J.
Nature Iraq, Iraq
Solutions to optimizing water in a living landscape: eco-cultural restoration of the biodiversity and cultures of the Mesopotamian Marshes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 18 - Hima Mesopotamia: Restoring the ancient system of story, place and culture in the Tigris Euphrates Watershed  -  09:15-10:30
 

Alatar, A.
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
Vegetation and species diversity in thumamah landscape area: A managed recreation park
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Albanese, K.A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Investigating the environmental fate, dose-response and toxicokinetics of triclosan and its degradation products in Daphnia spp.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Alberts, J.M.
The Ohio State University, USA
Aquatic-to-terrestrial contaminant fluxes in the scioto river basin, Ohio
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Aleksandryan, A.
Ministry of Nature Protection of the Republic of Armenia, Armenia
Approaches to chemicals risk assessment with regards to human health and the environment
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Polychlorinated biphenyls in bottom sediment and water from hydroecosystems of Armenia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Al-Hasan, R.
Kuwait University, Kuwait
Responses of Conocarpus lancifolius to abiotic stress in semi-arid land of Kuwait
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Altieri, M.A.
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Agroecology, resiliency and food sovereignty 
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  4:00-5:45
 

Altland, D.
Cardno ENTRIX, USA
Assessing stream and floodplain restoration in the Eastern USA as a stormwater management best management practice (BMP)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Wks 07 - Assessing stream and floodplain restoration in the Eastern USA as a stormwater management best management practice (BMP)  -  09:15-10:30 - continues at 11:00
 

Al-Yamani, F.
Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait
Impacts of reduced flows and impaired water quality in the Shat al Arab to fish productivity, biodiversity and socio-economics in the Northern Gulf
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 18 - Hima Mesopotamia: Restoring the ancient system of story, place and culture in the Tigris Euphrates Watershed  -  09:15-10:30
 

Amani, C.A.
EcoBiodiversity Service, -
Impact of Edaphic Heterogeneity on plant communities in semi-deciduous forests within the Congo Basin
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:15-10:30
 

An, C.
Key Laboratory of Western China’s Environmental Systems (Ministry of Education), Lanzhou University, China
Environmental change and human activity
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 67 - Climate change and human activity in arid Central Asia: lessons from the past  -  09:30-12:30
 

Ancrenaz, M.
Hutan KOCP, Malaysia
Protecting orang-utan and other wildlife species in human-made landscapes in Borneo
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 38 Cont. - Contributions of zoos and conservation centers for global biodiversity solutions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Anderson, C.J.
Auburn University, USA
Land use effects on headwater wetland functions in coastal Alabama, USA
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 35 - Ecosystem sustainability from the Olentangy to the Yangtze  -  3:15-4:15
 

Anderson, C.S.
Capital University, USA
Transferring the knowledge: development of a university outdoor learning laboratory for teaching ecological principles of sustainability
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Andersson, E.
Stockholm University, Sweden
Urban mosaics and ecosystem services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 33 - Urban demand and environmental requirements for ecosystem services  -  3:15-4:15
 

Andrada, R.T.
West Virginia University, USA
A comparison of user groups' preferences on attributes of urban forests in Washington D.C.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Anyomi, K.A.
Centre d’Étude de la Forêt. Faculté de foresterie, de géographie et de géomatique, Université Laval, Canada
Using height growth to model local and regional response of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) to climate within the boreal forest of western Québec
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  11:00-12:30
 

Apul, D.S.
University of Toledo, USA
Re-envisioning the water and sanitation infrastructure systems
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  09:30-12:30
 

Aráoz, E.
Instituto de Ecología Regional, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina
Modeling unobserved variables improves parameter estimation in historic ecology
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  10:15-12:30
 

Arbault, D.
Public Research Centre Henri Tudor (CRPHT)/Resource Centre for Environmental Technologies (CRTE), Luxembourg
Revisiting the Emergy Sustainability Index
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Arbulu, I.R.A.
Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain
Tourism growth and waste disposal generation: an IPAT-type model for Mallorca based on stochastic differential equations
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Arce-Acosta, I.
Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Mexico
Spatial distribution of the mistletoe Psittacanthus calyculatus and its interactions with hosts and dispersers in a tropical deciduous forest
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Argent, D.G.
California University of PA, USA
Diversity of fishes in the Middle Allegheny River
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Arias, M.E.
Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Impacts of hydrology and habitat changes on the primary production of Southeast Asia's largest lake
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  10:15-12:30
 

Aronson, J.
Centre d’Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive, France
Investing in our ecological infrastructure: The economic rationale for restoring degraded ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 
Re-establishing an ecologically healthy relationship between nature and culture: The mission and vision of the society for ecological restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Arraut, E.M.A.
National Institute for Space Research, Brazil
The Amazonian manatee: migration, adaptation to climate change and the need to transform the human socio-economic system
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Artigas, F.J.
Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute, USA
Restoration and monitoring of an urban estuary in northern New Jersey
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 09 - Restoration of the Hackensack Meadowlands in northern New Jersey  -  10:30-12:30
 

Asaah, E.K.
Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), Cameroon
Carbon sequestration in 10 years old Dacryodes edulis (G. Don) H. J. Lam trees under domestication: an underexploited benefit of vegetative propagation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  11:00-12:30
 

Ashauer, R.
Eawag - aquatic research, Switzerland
Toxicokinetic-toxicodynamic models as core concept of ecotoxicology - diversity of chemical stressors meets biodiversity in sensitivity of organisms
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS13 - Ecotoxicology  -  4:00-5:45
 

Asner, G.P.
Carnegie Institution for Science, USA
Integrated approaches for assessing carbon stocks in tropical forests
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 07 - Moving integration forward in assessing impacts of global change across scales and processes  -  10:30-12:30
 

Assmuth, T.W.
Finnish Environment Institute, Finland
Let there be dark! Shedding light on light pollution
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  4:00-5:45
 

Astorga, F.
Universidad Andres Bello, Ecology and Natural Resources Faculty, Chile
Wild carnivores vs domestic canids: an emerging issue of protected areas in Chile
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Wildlife tourism in rescue centres in chile: conservation and ethical implications 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Auch, T.
Cleveland Botanical Garden, USA
Urban resiliency: ecological knowledge development in Cleveland students through Green Corps
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Auch, W.E.
Cleveland Botanical Garden, USA
Carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycling potential of post-industrial Great Lakes vacant lands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
The potential of residential yard and food waste as a compost feedstock for the reclamation of Great Lakes vacant lands
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  10:15-12:30
 

Azdan, M.D.
Directorate of Water Resources & Irrigation, National Development Planning Agency, Indonesia
Management of tidal lowlands in Indonesia: problems and perspectives
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Babatunde, B.B.
University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Household waste as a pathway of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) into the environment
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bachman, B.
US Army Corps of Engineers, USA
Large ecosystem management using key watershed strategies and investments
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Badiou, P.H.J.
Institute for Wetland and Waterfowl Research, Ducks Unlimited, Canada
Conserve first, restore later: a summary of ongoing wetland loss in the Cprairies and implications for incentive programs and carbon credits
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  09:15-10:30
 

Bagstad, K.J.
U.S. Geological Survey, Rocky Mountain Geographic Science Center, USA
Bridging the local-global modeling divide: Intelligent modeling to support ecosystem services mapping and quantification
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  10:30-12:30
 
Valuation tools for ecosystem services assessment across spatial and temporal scales
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Ballesteros, M.
Universidad de Granada, Spain
Evaluating restoration techniques in gypsum quarry slopes in SE Spain
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Balletto, J.H.
ARCADIS, Inc., USA
Overview of large-scale wetlands restoration in Delaware Bay
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 Cont. - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  11:00-12:30
 

Balvanera, P.
Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
Describing sustainability through essential tradeoffs in two contrasting Mexican agroecosystems
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 14 - Applying an analytical framework for sustainability science across contrasting biophysical, cultural, and institutional contexts  -  10:30-12:30
 
Trade-offs between ecosystem services in a tropical pasture - dry forest mosaic
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 14 - Applying an analytical framework for sustainability science across contrasting biophysical, cultural, and institutional contexts  -  10:30-12:30
 

Banaszuk, P.
Bialystok University of Technology, Poland
Transport of contaminants in agricultural catchments during snowmelt: Buffer strips vs. preferential flow paths.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  3:15-4:15
 

Bandara, P.W.I.M.N.
Ellangaawa" Unity care for Community & Nature, Sri Lanka
Why can't we sustain the sustainability? Key factors for the sustainable livelihood of Meemure villagers-Sri Lanka.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Banerji, R.
Global Change Program, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India
Sustainable aquaculture as a dual tool for conservation of the world's largest mangrove forest and for growth of export-oriented aqua farming sector as an expanding livelihood option in Indian Sundarbans, a World Heritage site : evaluation and recommendations
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:15-10:30
 

Baniya, A.
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Response to impact of climate change through community managed forests: A case study from Nepal
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  11:00-12:30
 

Banu, S.
Gauhati University, India
Deciphering genetic structure of Symplocos laurina, a montane plant: a glimpse into its past and present
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Genetic diversity in Symplocos racemosa Roxb. from Western Ghats, a biodiversity hotspot of India
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Barber, T.
ENVIRON International, USA
Estimation of ecosystem services using habitat equivalency analysis to resolve a natural resource damage claim: a case study
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  09:15-10:30
 

Barbier, N.
UMR AMAP, France
Self-organized, landscape-scale vegetation patterns are ‘sentinels’ at the verge of deserts: lessons from 50 years of large scale monitoring
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 11 - Protecting and restoring severely degraded terrestrial ecosystems  -  10:30-12:30
 

Barbour, E.J.
Australian National University, Australia
Improving decision-making for environmental flows in regulated catchments
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 31 - Integrated modelling for ecosystem services  -  3:15-4:15
 

Barr, J.G.
Everglades National Park, USA
Effects of natural disturbances, salinity, and temperature on light-use efficiency and carbon cycling in the subtropical mangrove forests of Everglades National Park, Florida
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 69 - Effects of climate change and human disturbance on carbon dynamics of coastal wetlands  -  09:30-12:30
 

Barto, E.K.
Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi affect the dynamics of soil aggregation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Barton, L.
University of Pittsburgh, USA
Agriculture, evolution, and environmental change: three certain variables in an uncertain equation
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 67 - Climate change and human activity in arid Central Asia: lessons from the past  -  09:30-12:30
 

Barve, N.
Biodiversity Institute, University of Kansas, USA
Modeling the fate of endemic land snail using ecological niche modeling tools
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bastianoni, S.
University of Siena, Italy
A structurally dynamic model of Lake Chozas (Spain), to describe the re-organization as response to biological invasion
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 51 Cont. - Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands  -  4:00-5:45
 
Modelling unsustainability reduction in the current century: indicators and policies
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Wks 01 - Modelling unsustainability reduction in the current century: Indicators and policies  -  10:30-12:30
 

Batdorf, K.E.
The Ohio State University, USA
Are all species moving poleward? Climate change signal less clear in distributional changes of Ohio's breeding birds
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Baudry, J.
INRA-OSUR, France
Landscape patterns and ecosystems services in agricultural landscapes in Western Europe: causes and consequences
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 26 - Interactions among ecosystem services and human behavior: Thresholds, stable states, and trade-offs in response to climate and anthropogenic change  -  3:15-4:15
 

Baustian, J.
U.S. Geological Survey - Great Lakes Science Center, USA
Reconnecting coastal wetlands in western Lake Erie: managing ecological changes across the landscape
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  4:00-5:45
 

Begossi, A.
PUC- Campinas, Brazil
Blood pressure and hypertension among fishermen in southeast Brazil
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 30 - Human ecology: Synergistic approaches to human-environmental challenges  -  3:15-4:15
 
Human ecological approaches to fishery management in tropical waters
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 30 - Human ecology: Synergistic approaches to human-environmental challenges  -  3:15-4:15
 

Beniston, J.
The Ohio State University, USA
Assessing soil quaity for urban agriculture in the North Central U.S.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Benítez-Capistrós, F.J.
Plant Biology and Nature Management (APNA), Faculty of Sciences and Bio-engineering Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Environmental impacts on the Galapagos islands: identification of interactions, perceptions and steps forward
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Benjamin, G.
Great Rivers Partnership, The Nature Conservancy and University of Missouri, USA
Mississippi River ecological restoration: on-the-ground and scaling up to integrated river basin management
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Wks 09 - Mississippi River ecological restoration: On-the-ground and scaling up to integrated river basin management  -  09:15-10:30 - continues at 11:00
 

Bennett, D.
Oregon State University, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, USA
Public utilities as local ecosystem services marketplace drivers
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  3:15-4:15
 

Bennett, J.E.
Coventry University, UK
Pastoralist trade-offs in adapting to rangeland change in southern Ethiopia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Benotti, M.J.
Battelle Memorial Institute, USA
Emerging contaminants in coastal systems
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 34 - Watershed approach: Managing water quality from headwaters to the coast  -  3:15-4:15
 

Bergeron, Y.
Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada
Towards ecologically sustainable management of the circumboreal forest: Should we reassess the paradigm?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 56 - Boreal forests in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 

Bernal, B.
The Ohio State University, USA
Comparing carbon sequestration in natural and created wetlands
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 

Bernazzani, P.
ICF International, USA
Habitat conservation plans and climate change
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Berridge, C.T.
Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands
The integration of microbial functioning into carbon cycle modelling
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Berthet, E.T.A.
INRA, France
How to foster collective innovation for the provision of ecosystem services at a landscape scale?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  10:30-12:30
 

Bessette, D.
National Graduate School of Quality Management, USA
The sustainable effects of a biophilic universities: modifying old ivy to become the new "green" ivy
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Best, E.P.H.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), National Risk Management Laboratory (NRMRL), USA
Potential contribution of ecosystem services associated with altered management activities in the Wabash River watershed to sustainable water management in the Ohio River Basin
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  10:30-12:30
 

Betancourt, B.
Univesidad de Oriente, Venezuela
Comparison of the concentration of metals in organs of two species of fish in the lower Orinoco river, Venezuela
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bethel, M.
University of New Orleans, USA
Merging traditional ecological knowledge with science for ecosystem restoration decision making
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Wks 06 - Merging traditional ecological knowledge with science for ecosystem restoration decision making  -  3:15-4:15 - continues at 4:45
 

Beykan, N.
Harvard University Graduate School of Design, USA
The resilience of coastal populations dependent on coral mining for the provision of building materials under the impacts of climate change
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Bharwana, S-A.
Department of Environmental Sciences, GC University, Pakistan
Exogenous silicon alleviates copper stress by increasing antioxidant enzymes activity of cu-stressed cotton
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bhattacharya, S.S.
Tezpur University, India
Enhancing bioavailability of three major plant nutrients in coal ash through composting and vermiculture technologies
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  4:00-5:45
 
Using vermicomposting as a tool for ecological conversion of paper mill solid waste
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bidak, L.
Alexandria University, Egypt
Conservation of threatened plant species in the Eastern Saudi Arabia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 
Current status of the wild medicinal plants in the western Mediterranean coastal region, Egypt
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bidoglio, G.
Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Italy
Linking ecosystem services, green infrastructure and water management: a European perspective
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  10:15-12:35
 

Bigger, M.
Ohio State University, USA
Greening the highways: outplant survival of deciduous trees in stressful environments
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Binder, S.
University of Minnesota, USA
Integrated modelling and spatio-temporal optimization of ecosystem services and renewable resource harvest: a framework and application
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  09:15-10:30
 

Bingham, D.H.
National Park Service, Air Resources Division, USA
Ozone effects on ecosystem services at great smoky mountains national park
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Birkhofer, K.
Lund University, Sweden
Scale dependent biological control: global, regional and within field spatial interactions between natural enemies and cereal aphids
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 37 - Can we use above and belowground ecosystem services to promote sustainable production of food, biofuels and biodiversity in agriculture?  -  09:15-10:30
 

Biyasheva, Z-M.
Kazakh National University named after al-Faraby, Kazakhstan
Biological indication to determine the extent of disturbed ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bi, Y-H.
The State Key Laboratory of Freshwater Ecology and Biotechnology, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
The variation of water environment and its influence factors in the tributaries of three gorges reservoir (TGR)
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  10:15-12:35
 
The variation of water environment and its influence factors in tributaries of three gorges reservoir (TGR)
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 Cont. - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  4:00-5:45
 

Blersch, S.S.
University at Buffalo, USA
Hydraulic signatures of ecosystem integrity: a modelling framework for evaluating stream restoration techniques
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

Blettler, M.C.M.
National Institute of Limnology (INALI), Argentina
Morpho-hydrodynamic conditions along meander bends control the distribution of benthic fauna in a large river (Paraguay River, Argentina-Paraguay).
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 45 - Ecogeomorphology: A biophysical framework for river science  -  09:15-10:30
 

Blinova, I.
National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics, Estonia
Ecotoxicity of synthetic metal-based nanoparticles: approaches for evaluation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bloomgarden, E.
EKO Asset Management Partners, USA
Leveraging ecosystem service markets to support watershed restoration
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 28 - SER Symposia - Uncovering hidden ecosystem values to promote watershed restoration & climate change adaptation  -  3:15-4:15
 

Bohrer, G.
The Ohio State University, USA
Eddy flux measurements of methane at the Oletangy River Wetland Research Park wetland - Determining the seasonal and diurnal dynamics of methane emissions
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 

Borden, R.J.
College of the Atlantic, USA
Education for a human ecology perspective: Models and methods for interdisciplinary, problem-centered learning
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 30 Cont. - Human ecology: Synergistic approaches to human-environmental challenges  -  4:45-6:45
 

Borgström, S.
Dept. of Systems Ecology and Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden
Ecological restoration - present priorities in Sweden
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  4:00-5:45
 
Perspectives on urban nature conservation
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 33 - Urban demand and environmental requirements for ecosystem services  -  3:15-4:15
 

Bornstein, D.
Technion: Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
The effect of interpersonal trust on the environment: a theoretic model and a cross-national investigation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Borrett, S.R.
Dept. of Biology and Marine Biology and Center for Marine Science, University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA
An R package for ecological network analysis
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

Bossley, J.P.
Ohio State University, USA
The impact of environmental education programs on stream ecology: effects of frequent anthropogenic disturbance on benthic macroinvertebrates in lotic waters
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Botha, A-M.
Department of Genetics, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Using genotoxicological tools to support river restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bouchard, S.S.
Otterbein University, USA
Carryover effects of larval digestive plasticity in postmetamorphic red-eyed treefrogs, Agalychnis callidryas
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bourgeron, P.S.
INSTAAR, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
The international long term ecological research ecosystem services assessment initiative: Aacomparative study of interactions and tradeoffs among services across the globe
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 26 - Interactions among ecosystem services and human behavior: Thresholds, stable states, and trade-offs in response to climate and anthropogenic change  -  3:15-4:15
 

Bovolo, C.I.
Iwokrama International Centre, Guyana
Towards an understanding of ecosystem services in the rainforest of Iwokrama, Guyana, South America.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 29 - Tropical rain forest field stations and long-term ecological research  -  3:15-4:15
 

Bowman, S.R.
The Ohio State University, USA
A multi-species approach for assessing lead bioavailability in the ecological risk assessment of a shooting range
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Boyer, J.N.
Florida International University, USA
Marine ecosystem goals reconciled to everglades restoration: Can the tail wag the dog?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 36 Cont. - Restoring the Florida Everglades  -  4:45-6:45
 

Boyer, S.
Lincoln University, New Zealand
How recent advances in molecular ecology make generalist predators’ faeces information package
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  3:15-4:15
 
Investigating the diet of an endangered carnivorous landsnail using next generation sequencing – A detective story
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Braat, L.C.
Alterra, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
Rio+20: a whole new world of ecosystem services
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 57 Cont. - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  09:30-12:30
 

Brady, M.V.
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden
Soil ecosystem services and farmers’ economy: is our future natural capital at risk?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 37 Cont. - Can we use above and belowground ecosystem services to promote sustainable production of food, biofuels and biodiversity in agriculture?  -  11:00-12:30
 

Bragg, D.C.
USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, USA
Opportunities to improve ecosystem services in intensively managed southern pine-dominated landscapes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Brandes, O.M.
University of Victoria, Canada
Learning to think like a watershed – ecological governance and the soft path for water
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 01 - Water soft paths: Balancing ecological protection and human needs for fresh water  -  10:30-12:30
 

Breil, P.
Cemagref, France
Ecohydrology for the city of the future
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 Cont. - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  4:00-5:45
 

Briggs, L.
Cornell University, USA
Education to help save the planet: exploring the role of citizen science and civic ecology in cultivating environmental values
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Briner, S.
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Assessing trade-offs between different ecosystem services under different climate scenarios
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
Differentiating the impacts of economic and climate changes on ecosystem services provision in mountain regions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Brooker, M.
The Ohio State University, USA
Quantifying in situ rates of methanogenesis and denitrification in wetland sediments
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Brooker, R.W.
The James Hutton Institute, UK
Implementing the ecosystem approach in land use decision-making
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  10:30-12:30
 
The role of facilitation in forest regeneration under a changing climate
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 42 - Forest regeneration and climate change  -  09:15-10:30
 

Brooks, D.
POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, Canada
From soft energy paths to water soft paths
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 01 - Water soft paths: Balancing ecological protection and human needs for fresh water  -  10:30-12:30
 

Brooks, J.S.
The Ohio State University, USA
Synergies, tradeoffs, and the effect of national socio-political context on community-based conservation outcomes
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:30-12:30
 

Browning, C.J.
Mountain Rivers Institute, USA
The paradigm shift from reactive ecosystem restoration to proactive climate change adaptation
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 28 - SER Symposia - Uncovering hidden ecosystem values to promote watershed restoration & climate change adaptation  -  3:15-4:15
 

Brown, J.H.
University of New Mexico, USA
Resource use, economics, and global sustainability
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 

Brown, L.
Earth Policy Institute, USA
World on the edge
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Plenary Session 5  -  09:00-09:45
 

Brown, M.E.
University of Florida, USA
Autogenic recovery after feral hog (Sus scrofa) disturbance in seepage slope wetlands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Brown, M.T.
University of Florida, USA
Integrating biophysical and economic values
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 21 - Emergy evaluation of sustainability: Quantifying ecosystem services, environmental debt and ecosystem restoration  -  3:15-4:15
 
Predicting national sustainability: the convergence of energetic, economic and environmental realities
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 39 - The prosperous way down  -  09:15-10:30
 

Bruggeman, D.J.
Michigan State University, USA
Application of decision analysis to landscape-scale biodiversity credits systems
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 03 - Landscape-scale tradable credit systems for biodiversity  -  10:30-12:30
 

Bruins, R.J.F.
Environmental Protection Agency, USA
The future Midwest North American landscape
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 15 - Ecological systems and sustainable development: Current research at the U.S. EPA  -  10:30-12:30
 
The importance of the China connection to both the science of ecological engineering and OSU wetlands
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 35 - Ecosystem sustainability from the Olentangy to the Yangtze  -  3:15-4:15
 

Bruskotter, J.T.
School of Environment & Natural Resources, The Ohio State University, USA
The wildlife trust doctrine: A legal means of conserving carnivores?
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 64 - Carnivore conservation in human-dominated systems: Ecological, ethical and social dimensions  -  09:30-12:30
 

Buffam, I.
University of Cincinnati, USA
Greening the skyline - biogeochemical services and disservices provided by green roof ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 44 - Biogeochemistry of green infrastructure in the urban environment  -  09:15-10:30
 

Buijse, A.D.
Deltares, The Netherlands
REFORM – Restoring rivers for effective catchment management
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:30-12:30
 

Bunge, V.
Instituto Nacional de Ecología, Mexico
Collective capacities for common natural resources conservation in Mexico
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Burger, J.R.
University of New Mexico, USA
Macroecology of Homo urbanus: social and environmental consequences of the urban transition
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Burkhard, B.
University of Kiel, Germany
Regional quantification of ecosystem service supply and demand
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 62 - Estimating ecosystem services with ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:35
 

Burkman, C.E.
The Ohio State University, USA
Land use change affects spider community structure in the urban ecosystem of Cleveland, Ohio
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  10:30-12:30
 

Burks-Copes, K.A.
USAE-Environmental Laboratory, USA
Incorporating ecosystem services into the evaluation, operation and maintenance of US Army Corps of Engineers projects
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 57 Cont. - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  09:30-12:30
 

Busch, D.E.
USGS, USA
Determining climate effects for the southwestern United States
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Bushek, D.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
The Delaware Estuary Living Shoreline Initiative (DELSI)
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  4:00-5:45
 

Butler, C.
Tufts University, USA
Sedum cools soil and can improve neighboring plant performance during water deficit on a green roof
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

Butler, J.S.
Fulbright Foundation, USA
Treatment performance of domestic wastewater in a tropical constructed wetland: Efficiency and reuse potential
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Buzhdygan, O.Y.
Department of Ecology and Biomonitoring, Chernivtsi National University, Ukraine
Relationships between food-web measures and indirect effects
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  4:00-5:45
 

Bwalya Umar, B.
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Responding to extreme climatic events through conservation agriculture by smallholder farmers in Zambia
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Byrd, S.M.
The Wilds, USA
Creating, enhancing, and restoring ecosystem function for biodiversity at The Wilds, a zoological and ecological conservation center
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 38 - Contributions of zoos and conservation centers for global biodiversity solutions  -  09:15-10:30
 

Byrne, C.
Bowling Green University, Bowling Green Ohio, USA
The influence of established Alianthus altissima stands on the growth and ectomycorrhizal colonization of Quercus rubra seedlings
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Cabral, T.
Autonomous University of Lisbon, Portugal
Environmental sustainability: an analysis of relationships marketing strategy and the environmental performance of brazilian companies
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:15-10:30
 

Cai, T.T.
Urbana University, USA
Assessing sustainability requirements and contributions of institutions of higher education
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Caldwell, P.
USDA Forest Service, Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center, USA
Potential impacts of water withdrawals, impervious cover, and climate change on river flows across the conterminous United States
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:15-12:30
 

Calinger, K.M.
The Ohio State University, USA
The footprint of climate change in Ohio: evidence of state-wide shifts in flower phenology and biodiversity implications
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 

Cambron, V.H.
Univesidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Mexico
Effect of provenance and plantation density on growth patterns of one Pinus pseudostrobus Lindl. population in Mexico, under climate change scenarios
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Campbell, D.E.
USEPA, ORD, NHEERL, AED, USA
An energy systems perspective on sustainability and the "Prosperous Way Down"
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 39 Cont. - The prosperous way down  -  11:00-12:30
 
Emergy accounting, environmental debt, and sustainability
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 21 Cont. - Emergy evaluation of sustainability: Quantifying ecosystem services, environmental debt and ecosystem restoration  -  4:45-6:45
 

Campbell, E.T.
University of Maryland, USA
Emergy and biodiversity
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 21 Cont. - Emergy evaluation of sustainability: Quantifying ecosystem services, environmental debt and ecosystem restoration  -  4:45-6:45
 

Carrillo-Guerro, Y.
University of Arizona, USA
From accident to management: the Ciénega de Santa Clara, a wetland sustained by U.S. and Mexican water
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 22 - Cienega de Santa Clara: Creating a sustainable future for an anthropogenic wetland in the Sonoran Desert  -  3:15-4:15
 

Carrino-Kyker, S.R.
The Holden Arboretum, USA
Experimentally reversing soil acidification in NE hardwood forests: soil microbial and biogeochemical responses
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Carroll, J.L.
University of Notre Dame, USA
Impact of regulatory fragmentation on species movement in response to climate change
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Carter, T.
Butler University, USA
Socio-ecological planning for urban food production in shrinking cities
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:15-10:30
 

Casey, C.F.
US Geological Survery, USA
The role of ecosystem service valuation in sustainable natural resource decision making
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 Cont. - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  4:00-5:45
 

Cashore, B.W.
Yale University, USA
Understanding non-domestic sources of the canadian boreal forest policy: integrating theories of tnternationalization & policy change
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 56 - Boreal forests in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 

Caso, M.
Instituto Nacional de Ecologia, Mexico
The establishment of a baseline for the Mexican portion of the Gulf of Mexico to identify the potential impacts of the British Petroleum oil spill
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Cavard, X.
University of Quebec in Chicoutimi, QC, Canada
Accounting for forest fire risks in the carbon budgets of afforestation projects within the continuous boreal forest
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Cavender-Bares, J.
The Morton Arboretun, USA
Links and trade-offs between ecosystem services: an analytical framework
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 14 - Applying an analytical framework for sustainability science across contrasting biophysical, cultural, and institutional contexts  -  10:30-12:30
 

Cervantes Jiménez, M.
Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Mexico
Time series trends of MODIS EVI phenology and NDVI layers for land cover change monitoring
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Cetin, N.I.
Gebze Institute of Technology, Turkey
Comparative assessment of the integration of legal tools to spatial planning for flood mitigation: USA, EU and Turkey cases
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:30-12:30
 

Chaddick, J.
Georgia Tech, USA
Arkfab: a bio inspired design for sustainable urban agriculture in the city of Atlanta, Georgia
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Chamberlain, J.
Brown and Caldwell, USA
Incorporating non-structural alternatives in Louisiana's coastal protection and restoration plans
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
Master planning a sustainable future for Louisiana's coastal regions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Chang, L.
Department of Architecture, Master Program of Landscape and Recreation, Feng Chia University, Taiwan
The influence of management policy on behaviour of Formosan macaques and Formosan muntjac in Taiwan - a case study of Fushan Botanical Garden
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  11:00-12:30
 

Chang, Y-C.
National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
Stakeholder's vision for wetland management using group model building approach
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Chan, L.
National Parks Board, Singapore
Using biodiversity and engineering solutions to address coastal erosion - the Singapore experience
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  10:15-12:30
 

Chao, C.W.
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Does economic crisis turn into environmental opportunity? -  assessing the environmental footprint of Taiwan’s economic recession and recovery
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Chapin III, F.S.
University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA
Invitation to dialog: Earth stewardship and the Ecological Society of America
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 46 - ESA Symposia - Connecting the science of ecology to practice: opportunities for facilitating Earth stewardship  -  09:15-10:30
 
Resilience of Alaska’s boreal forest as a socio-ecological system
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 56 - Boreal forests in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 

Chaubey, I.
Purdue University, USA
A framework to quantify Ecosystem Services using biophysical models
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  4:45-6:45
 
Strategies to improve watershed scale impacts and environmental sustainability in agricultural river basins
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 34 - Watershed approach: Managing water quality from headwaters to the coast  -  3:15-4:15
 

Chaudhary, P.
Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development, Nepal
Designing community based conservation and adaptation strategies through participatory learning and action research
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 19 - Community resilience: Strategies for empowerment in agrobiodiversity management and adaptation  -  3:15-4:15
 

Chen, B.
Beijing Normal University, China
Ecological Accounting for coupled human-natural ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  09:15-10:30
 

Chen, C-P.
Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Function of microbes under environment-friendly JW pavement
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Cheng, R.M.
Research Institute of Forest Ecology, Environment and Protection, Chinese Academy of Forestry, China
Interspecific association of dominant tree species in evergreen broad-leaf forest of three gorges reservoir region in China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Soil nutrients of the main shrub types in Three Gorges Reservoir area in China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Chen, H.W.
Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
A topological approach to quantify trophic impacts in food web network
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:15-10:30
 
Parasite as a leading indicator for food web robustness
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Chen, S.
Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Groundwater dynamics and soil gleyization monitoring in Honghu Region, Middle Reach of Yangtze Valley, at the initial operation stage of Three Gorges Project
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 58 Cont. - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  09:30-12:30
 

Chen, S.Q.
State Key Joint Laboratory of Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control, School of Environment, Beijing Normal University, China
Network tracking of carbon metabolism within a city: A case study of Beijing
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Reconsidering the cascading effect of dam constructions on a river ecosystem: A multi-scale ecological network perspective
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:15-10:30
 

Chen, X-Y.
National Climate Center, China Meteorological Administration, China
The regional climate monitoring and impact assessment over the three gorges reservoir area
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 58 Cont. - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  09:30-12:30
 

Chen, Y.
Aquaculture/Fisheries Center, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, USA
Effects of watershed urbanization on fish communities in coastal bayous, North Central Gulf of Mexico
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 
Stream biotic and abiotic condition in an urbanized watershed in southeast Arkansas, USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Chiang, L-C.
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Use of beta diversity indices to measure how environmental disturbances affect ecosystem services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  3:15-4:15
 

Chícharo, L.
UNESCO-ICCE, University of Algarve, Portugal
Impact of global change on coastal and estuarine biodiversity and productivity - an Ecosystem Services assessment for the Guadiana River Basin and coastal areas
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  10:15-12:35
 

Childs, R.
Cardno ENTRIX, USA
Valuing ecosystem goods and services on Southwest Florida water management district lands
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  3:15-4:15
 

Chin, Y.C.
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Investigating classification systems on stream habitats and aquatic biota at multi-spatial scales: using Maryland Biological Stream Survey data as an example
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Choesin, D.N.
School of Life Sciences & Technology, Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia
Effects of plant variation and bacterial isolate addition on wetland effectiveness in treating wastewater: insights from microcosm experiments
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Chon, T-S.
Department of Biological Science, Pusan National University, Republic of Korea
Response of macroinvertebrate communities to natural and anthropogenic variability in streams
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  11:00-12:30
 

Chormanski, J.
Warsaw University of Life Science, Poland
Combined field and remote sensing measurements to evaluate wetland ecosystem state and processes over big areas
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 32 - Ecoinformatics tools assisting in sustainable ecosystem management  -  3:15-4:15
 
Hydrological control on  morphological diversity of floodplain lakes based on hydrodynamic model and GIS application
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 51 Cont. - Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands  -  4:00-5:45
 

Ciborowski, J.J.H.
Unversity of Windsor, Canada
A comparison of analytical methods to derive bioindicators of environmental condition relative to anthropogenic stress at Great Lakes coastal margins
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Ciumasu, I.M.
ECONOVING International Chair in Eco-Innovation, University of Versailles Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines, France
Ecological disturbance theory for future eco-cities: towards annular cities?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  4:00-5:45
 

Coffin, A.
United States Geological Survey, USA
Social values and ecosystem services in coastal environments: the case of Sarasota Bay, Florida
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Coffin, A.W.
Rocky Mountain Geographic Science Center, United States Geological Survey, USA
Coastal SolVES: adapting a terrestrial-based GIS tool for the non-monetary, spatial evaluation of ecosystem services in a coastal environment
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Cole, D.
Indiana University, USA
Elinor Ostrom's research agenda - the interplay of human and ecological systems. A plenary in honor of the late Prof. Ostrom.
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Elinor Ostrom's Memorial Plenary  -  08:00-09:00
 

Comar, M.V.
Federal University of Greater Dourados-UFGD, Brazil
EcoSummit or EgoSummit? Universal values for social innovation and environmental policy
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Comin, F.A.
Instituto Pirenaico Ecología-CSIC, Spain
Planning the ecological restoration of semi-arid agricultural watersheds through the assessment of ecosystem services
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Comín, F.A.
Instituto Pirenaico Ecología-CSIC, Spain
A comparative approach for the restoration of semiarid watersheds used for agriculture and mining
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 28 Cont. - SER Symposia - Uncovering hidden ecosystem values to promote watershed restoration & climate change adaptation  -  4:45-6:45
 
Ecological restoration and ecosystem services: from theory to practice
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Comino, E.
Technical University of Turin, Italy
What we can do with the constructed wetland vegetable biomass ?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Conkey, A.A.T.
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar, Qatar
Identifying trends in the public comment process of Section 404 compensatory wetland mitigation permits
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Conrad, A.O.
The Ohio State Univeristy, USA
Metabolite profiling to predict resistance to phytophthora ramorum in natural populations of coast live oak
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Costanza, R.
Portland State University, USA
Challenges in ecosystem services science
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 57 - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  10:15-12:35
 
Ecosystem services in urban contexts
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 10 - Green City Lab – Bringing the Ecosystem Services Approach to the City  -  10:30-12:30
 
Rrestoration of ecosystem services and novel ecosystems
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 
Solutions for a sustainable and desirable future
Friday 5 October 2012:  Plenary Session 7  -  8:15-9:00
 

Cotler, H.
Instituto Nacional de Ecología, Mexico
Eco-hydrological situation of Mexican watersheds: An overview
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
Watershed management in Mexico: Some experiences
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:30-12:30
 

Cotter, M.
University of Hohenheim, Germany
Introducing a biodiversity assessment tool for the greater mekong subregion - the impact of rural development on species diversity
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Covich, A.P.
University of Georgia, USA
Carbon storage and ecosystem services in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Georgia, USA
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  10:30-12:30
 

Craft, C.B.
Indiana University, USA
Delivery of water quality improvement benefits by restored wetlands and riparian areas of the agricultural midwest
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  10:15-12:35
 
Effects of climate change and sea level rise on carbon sequestration by coastal wetlands
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 69 - Effects of climate change and human disturbance on carbon dynamics of coastal wetlands  -  09:30-12:30
 

Crawford, J.M.
Ohio State University, USA
A comparison of a national sample of environmental health and nursing directors on knowledge, attitudes, and programming activities related to climate change and public health
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Crisfield, E.A.
The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Predicting fire-climate feedbacks and changing forest composition in the Appalachian Mountains, USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 42 - Forest regeneration and climate change  -  09:15-10:30
 

Crist, K.
Ohio University, USA
Management of greenhouse gases: Implications and evaluation of sustainable practices, economic growth, air quality and state, federal and international policy scenarios
Friday 5 October 2012:  Wks 12 - Management of greenhouse gases: Implications and evaluation of sustainable practices, economic growth, air quality and state, federal and international policy scenarios  -  09:30-12:30
 

Cuddington, K.
University of Waterloo, Canada
Restricted mating sites decrease a strong Allee threshold: a prediction for Asian carps
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

Cullen, E.J.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
Impacts of historical deer densities on present forest songbird communities
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 

Cundill, G.
Dept. Environmental Science, Rhodes University, South Africa
Community led social learning innovation model for adaptation to climate change
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Cusser, S.J.
The Ohio State University, USA
Evaluating habitat restoration for pollinators on a reclaimed mine using plant-pollinator network metrics
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 05 - Biological basis for pollinator habitat manipulations: population regulation and plant restoration  -  10:30-12:30
 

Cyffka, B.
Applied Systems Geography Unit, Catholica University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt, Germany
Floodplain restoration on the Upper Danube (Germany) by re-establishing back water and sediment dynamics
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  11:00-12:30
 

Czemiel Berndtsson, J.
Lund University, Sweden
Runoff quality from a green roof and its changes during a decade
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 44 - Biogeochemistry of green infrastructure in the urban environment  -  09:15-10:30
 

Dabrowski, J.M.
CSIR, Natural Resources and Environment, South Africa
Understanding catchment scale drivers of nutrient loading and eutrophication: towards developing ecological production functions that direct restoration efforts in large, highly utilized catchments
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  10:15-12:35
 

Daigneault, A.J.
Landcare Research, New Zealand
Economic and environmental impacts of implementing multiple agro-environmental policies in New Zealand
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 

Da, L.J.
Department of Environmental Science, East China Normal university, China
Ecological consequences of rapid urban expansion and near-natural restoration applications in Shanghai, China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 41 - Ecosystem responses to global change and restoration of natural and urban areas in warm-temperate/subtropical regions  -  09:15-10:30
 

D'Ambrosio, J.
The Ohio State University, USA
Ecological services of constructed two-stage agricultural ditches
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Day, J.W.
Louisiana State University, USA
Ecology in times of scarcity
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 39 - The prosperous way down  -  09:15-10:30
 
Sustainability and place: How mega trends of the 21st century will be expressed at a landscape level
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 
Sustainable management of tropical coastal ecosystem: Understanding the role of restoration.
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 63 Cont. - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  09:30-12:30
 

Day, N.J.
University of Guelph, Canada
Temporal changes in arbuscular mycorrhizal communities on a highly invasive plant, Vincetoxicum rossicum (Apocynaceae)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

de Groot, R.S.
Wageningen Univ, The Netherlands
Challenges in moving from ecosystem services science to practice
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 57 - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  10:15-12:35
 

Dean, C.
Towson University, USA
An historic ecosystem service assessment for Maryland
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Dee, L.E.
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Catastrophic events and risk aversion can increase the supply and value of ecosystem services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

del Castillo, R.F.
Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico
Facilitating pioneer species or the role of disturbance in maintaining diversity in dynamic fragmented landscapes
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

DeMarco, P.
Chatham University, USA
Environmental policy for the 21st century based on Rachel Carson's environmental ethic
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:15-10:30
 

Deng, X.Z.
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Accounting environmental cost of urbanization in western China-A case study in Qinghai
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 50 - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  10:15-12:35
 
Impact analysis for climate change on ecological land use structure in Guangdong
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 41 - Ecosystem responses to global change and restoration of natural and urban areas in warm-temperate/subtropical regions  -  09:15-10:30
 
Impacts of climate change on cultivated land production and its protection
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  4:00-5:45
 
Zoning control strategy for lake eutrophication in China
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:15-12:30
 

Deshmukh, A.
Govt. Vidarbha Institute of Science & Humanities, India
Dyeing of cotton with Holarhena antidysentrica Linn leaf extract
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

DeVault, T.L.
USDA National Wildlife Research Center, USA
A review of ecosystem services provided by scavenging birds
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 08 - Why do birds matter? Birds’ ecological functions and ecosystem services  -  10:30-12:30
 

Devenin, V.D.
Barcelona University, Spain
Doing material and energy flow analysis with GRI indicators
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Devine, A.
The University of Exeter, UK
What role does fire play in changing savanna landscapes in Southern Africa?
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  09:30-12:30
 

DeWitt, T.H.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA
Development of US EPA's ecological production function library
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Size matters: the contribution of mega-infauna to the food webs and ecosystem services of an Oregon Estuary
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Dhar, A.
Mixedwood Ecology and Management Program, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada
Response of advance regeneration and mature tree layer after removal of overstory lodgepole pine in Central British Columbia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Diamond, J.
UCLA, USA
Ecological lessons from past societies
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Plenary Session 1  -  08:00-09:45
 

Diaz-Varela, E.R.
Research Group Projects and Rural Planning - Department of Agricultural and Forest Engineering - University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
A spatially-explicit multiscale application of Quadratic Entropy Index in the analysis of landscape pattern
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Dickinson, M.A.
Alliance for Water Efficiency, USA
How far can efficiency alone take us?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 01 - Water soft paths: Balancing ecological protection and human needs for fresh water  -  10:30-12:30
 

Dick, J.C.
Youngstown State University, USA
Baseline groundwater monitoring program to assess pre-Utica drilling activity
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Dick, R.P.
Ohio State University, USA
seasonal and landscape gradient controls on methane oxidation and methantrophs in a freshwater wetland
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 

Diefenderfer, H.L.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Challenges of assessing the effects of ecosystem restoration on habitat connectivity for migratory fishes in tidal large-river systems
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  4:00-5:45
 

Diemont, S.A.W.
SUNY-College of Environmental Science and Forestry, USA
What we can learn about sustainability from emergy evaluations of indigenous cultures and local management
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 21 Cont. - Emergy evaluation of sustainability: Quantifying ecosystem services, environmental debt and ecosystem restoration  -  4:45-6:45
 

Dilkina, B.
Cornell University, USA
Computer science helps conservation planning
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 

Dixon, M.H.
Ohio Northern University, USA
Interdependence and its conceptualization
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  4:00-5:45
 

Dobrowolska, D.
Forest Research Institute, Poland
The forest regeneration after windthrow: A new approach to the role of large scale disturbances in Polish forestry
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  11:00-12:30
 

Dominati, E.
AgResearch, New Zealand
An ecosystem services approach for valuing the investment in ecological infrastructure for soil conservation in New Zealand hill country pastures
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  3:15-4:15
 

Dommanget, F.
Irstea, France
Japanese knotweed inhibits the growth of tree species cuttings: Allelopathic interference in river bank restoration
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  3:15-4:15
 

Dong, S.K.
Beijing Normal University, China
Trade-off of sexual and asexual recruitment in degraded and artificially restored grasslands in alpine regions of Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Doody, T.
CSIRO, Australia
Saltcedar and willows: An ecohydrological perspective on water salvage from removal along streams in the United States and Australia.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:30-12:30
 

Dordel, J.
TerreWEB - Terrestrial Research on Ecosystems & World-wide Education & Broadcast, The University of British Columbia, Canada
Climate change science communication in Canada: myths, denial and action
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  09:30-12:30
 

Douglas, I.
University of Manchester, UK
Ecosystem services, garden cities and ecopolis development
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 50 - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  10:15-12:35
 
Human ecology of urban sustainability in cities of less than one million population
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 30 Cont. - Human ecology: Synergistic approaches to human-environmental challenges  -  4:45-6:45
 
Tropical field stations in the Commonwealth
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 29 - Tropical rain forest field stations and long-term ecological research  -  3:15-4:15
 

Douglas, M.M.
Charles Darwin University, Australia
Maintaining the ecosystems services of Australia’s tropical rivers
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Dowdell, J.
Biohabitats, Inc., USA
Environmental justice & watershed planning: a methodology and initial results from an assessment in Baltimore County, Maryland
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 

Dramstad, W.E.
Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute, Norway
Trends in land use change inside and outside high-value areas
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Drescher, M.
University of Waterloo, Canada
Simulations of future snow cover regimes affect the survival of early life stages of cold-temperate tree species
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 42 - Forest regeneration and climate change  -  09:15-10:30
 

Dressler, G.
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany
Mobility - a panacea for pastoralism? An ecological-economic modeling approach
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  10:15-12:30
 

DuBowy, P.J.
US Army Corps of Engineers, USA
Hydro-engineering for sustainable river basins: Resilience and enhancement
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  10:15-12:35
 

Ducklow, H.
The Ecosystems Center, MBL, USA
Geophysical and ecological responses to rapid regional warming along the Antarctic Peninsula: the LTER Perspective
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 12 - Ecosystem Change in Polar and Alpine Environments  -  10:30-12:30
 

Du, G.S.
Capital Normal University, China
Biodiversity and water quality variation in constructed wetland of Yongding River system, Beijing
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Dunford, R-W.
Environmental Economics Services, USA
The business case for monitoring a company's consumption and production of ecosystem services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Duran,
UNAM, Mexico
Ecosystem service costs to treat Mexico city's wastewater
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 33 Cont. - Urban demand and environmental requirements for ecosystem services  -  4:45-6:45
 

Duron Benitez, A-A.
National Pintung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Seasonality effect on milk and milk product supply in Central America
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Durrett, M.S.
University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA
Incorporating wetland delineation skills into an undergraduate Wetland Ecology course
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Duval, T.P.
University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada
Duration of initial saturation as an ecohydrological control on wetland plant species success
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Dyball, R.
Australian National University, Australia
From global food security to local job security: understanding the local consequences of large scale policy directions
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 30 - Human ecology: Synergistic approaches to human-environmental challenges  -  3:15-4:15
 

Eckerberg, K.
Umeå University, Sweden
A policy analysis perspective on ecological restoration
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  10:15-12:30
 

Eckert, K.L.
WIDECAST, USA
Dinosaurs among us: Saving the last sea turtles
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 38 Cont. - Contributions of zoos and conservation centers for global biodiversity solutions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Edmondson, J.L.
University of Sheffield, UK
Urban soil organic carbon storage: an unappreciated ecosystem service in densely urbanised Western Europe
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  10:30-12:30
 

Ehrich, D.
University of Tromsø, Norway
Impact of human use and grazing on tundra vegetation state: a large scale comparative remote sensing study
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Eken, G.
Doga Dernegi, Turkey
A story of biodiversity conservation in the upper Tigris River basin where ecological, cultural diversity and means were merged
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 18 - Hima Mesopotamia: Restoring the ancient system of story, place and culture in the Tigris Euphrates Watershed  -  09:15-10:30
 

ElBishlawi, H.
Princeton University, USA
Trace metal immobilization in tidal brackish marshes: Ccomparing newly constructed and naturally established sediments
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 06 - Sediment chemistry and dynamics of natural and restored wetlands  -  10:30-12:30
 

Elmqvist, T.
Stockholm Resilience Center, Sweden
Introduction to social-ecological studies in Stockholm
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 33 - Urban demand and environmental requirements for ecosystem services  -  3:15-4:15
 

Emery, N.C.
Purdue University, USA
Managing microevolution: ecological specialization and the evolution of distribution patterns
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 23 - Evolutionary processes and restoration: Managing for long-term success  -  3:15-4:15
 

Emery, S.M.
University of Louisville, USA
Can microbial symbionts mediate effects of climate change for dune vegetation in the Great Lakes region?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 40 Cont. - A day at the beach: Restoration of the ecosystems services provided by sand dunes  -  11:00-12:30
 

Ercin, A.E.
University of Twente, The Netherlands
The water footprint of Switzerland
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:30
 

Erktan, A.E.
IRSTEA/Cemagref, France
Negative net biodiversity effect on the efficiency of vegetation barriers to trap sediment in marly gully floor under ecological restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Escartín, C.
Argentine Museum of Natural Sciences, Argentina
A management proposal to rehabilitate natural grasslands invaded by Hieracium pilosella in the Tierra del Fuego steppe, Southern Patagonia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Espeland, E.K.
USDA ARS, USA
Ecological and maternal effects on effective population size
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 23 - Evolutionary processes and restoration: Managing for long-term success  -  3:15-4:15
 

Espigares, T.
Universidad de Alcalá, Spain
Lessons for ecological restoration in Mediterranean areas: A study of ecohydrological interactions in mine reclaimed slopes
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  09:30-12:30
 

Estrada, G.C.D.
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Carbon stock and sequestration in mangrove forests of Guaratiba (Southeastern Brazil)
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 69 - Effects of climate change and human disturbance on carbon dynamics of coastal wetlands  -  09:30-12:30
 

Etterson, J.R.
University of Minnesota Duluth, USA
Project baseline: A living genome bank for the study of evolution
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 23 - Evolutionary processes and restoration: Managing for long-term success  -  3:15-4:15
 

Evanoff, J.
National Park Service, USA
Learning from Yellowstone: how to apply sustainable practices in your community
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Evans, E.C.
University of Minnesota, USA
Landscape factors affecting native bee diversity and abundance in mixed agricultural and natural lands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:15-10:30
 

Evenson, G.R.
The Ohio State University, Department of Geography, Columbus, USA
Spatiotemporal complexity in systematic wetland restoration planning
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Fair, H.
The Ohio State University, USA
Linkages between habitat and aquatic macroinvertebrate biodiversity along the Mekong-Salween Divide: a case study of the Mingyong glacier watershed
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Falk, D.A.
University of Arizona, USA
From restoration to resilience ecology
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 16 - The use of native plants for large scale restoration in a changing world  -  10:30-12:30
 

Fan, Y.T.
Nation Taiwan University, Taiwan
Importance of groundwater upwelling in an urban river ecosystem
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Farley, J.C.
University of Vermont, USA
Ecosystem services valuation and trade-offs: accounting for justice and sustainability 
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 57 - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  10:15-12:35
 

Farley, K.A.
San Diego State University, USA
Compensation for ecosystem services: An evaluation of efforts to achieve conservation and development in Ecuadorian Páramo Grasslands
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  10:30-12:30
 

Farmer, J.R.
Earlham College, USA
Differences in land use type and motivation to adopt a conservation easement: Farmers, timber harvesters, preservationists, and mixed-use landowners
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
Values for the engagement in local food systems: CSAs vs. farmers’ markets vs. non-consumers
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Farrell, C.
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Plant selection strategies to improve the provision of ecosystem services by green roofs
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

Fath, B.D.
Towson University, USA
Review of recent lake models in ecological modelling
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 51 Cont. - Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands  -  4:00-5:45
 
Sustainable systems are closed to efficient cause
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  09:15-10:30
 

Fath, N.N.
Towson University, USA
Urban fruit harvest: a case study engaging students in the Baltimore Orchard Project
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Fauchald, P.
Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Norway
The importance, management and status of harvested animals in the Arctic tundra ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Faulkner, S.P.
U.S. Geological Survey, Kearneysville, USA
Restoring wetland ecosystem services in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 Cont. - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  4:00-5:45
 

Febria, C.M.
University of Maryland, USA
Restoring ecosystem services in streams: a case study of modeling management options for ecosystem service provision in Chesapeake Bay watersheds
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 Cont. - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  4:00-5:45
 

Felipe-Lucia, M.R.
Instituto Pirenaico Ecología-CSIC, Spain
Ecosystem service evaluation in riparian habitats: The case of the Piedra River (NE Spain)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ferrari, M.
Universtity of Trento, Italy
Characterization of ecosystem services for land use decisions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
Comparing theory and practice of ecosystem services in planning and management projects
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ferraro, D.O.
INTA EEA Marcos Juárez, Argentina
Emergy assessment of cropping systems in the Pampa region, Argentina
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Ferrier, S.
CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Australia
A flexible framework for modeling cumulative impacts of local management actions on biodiversity persistence at whole-landscape scale
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 03 - Landscape-scale tradable credit systems for biodiversity  -  10:30-12:30
 

Figueiredo, M.
Universidadedo estadodo Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Difficulties encountered in establishing parameters for global monitoring of activities in social responsibility area
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Figueroa, E.
University of Chile, Chile
Conserving and protecting biodiversity in the Americas: lessons and policy recommendations real-life conservation experiences of the last decade
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  11:00-12:30
 

Fiksel, J.
The Ohio State University, USA
Navigating the path forward: systems thinking for sustainable solutions
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 15 - Ecological systems and sustainable development: Current research at the U.S. EPA  -  10:30-12:30
 

Firestone, J.
University of California, Davis, USA
Training conservation scientists and practitioners for 21st century global challenges
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Wks 05 - Training conservation scientists and practitioners for 21st century global challenges  -  3:15-4:15 - continues at 4:45
 

Firestone, J.L.
University of California, Davis, USA
Per capita seed production is reduced by small population size in natural populations of the invasive grass Lolium multiflorum
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Fiscus, D.A.
Frostburg State University, USA
A tri-modal nature of life applied for actualizing a win-win human-environmental relation and sustainability
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  09:15-10:30
 

Fitzgerald, M.
NEON, Inc., USA
NEON, monitoring ecological change at a continental-scale: proto-typical aquatic systems monitoring
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Fjellstad, W.J.
Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute, Norway
Norwegian farmers' views on climate change and multifunctional agriculture - implications for policy
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Flouty, R.
Lebanese University, Lebanon
Bioaccumularion and bioasorption of copper and lead by chlamydomonas reinhardtii in single and binary metal systems: A comparative study
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Folberth, C.
EAWAG – Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland
Filling maize yield gaps in sub-Saharan Africa - a spatially explicit modelling approach
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Fonseca-da Silva, J.
International Institute of Tropical Forestry, USDA Forest Service, Puerto Rico
Regenerating forests in a changing world: novel forests of Castilla elastica
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  4:45-6:45
 

Forbrich, I.
Ecosystems Centre, Marine Biological Laboratory, USA
Methane emissions in a boreal peatland and their influence on the net ecosystem carbon budget
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 Cont. - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  4:00-5:45
 

Foster, A.D.
USDA Forest Service, USA
Characteristics of headwater wetlands in SW Washington, USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Franzese, P.P.
Parthenope University of Naples, Italy
Multicriteria assessment of agricultural and farming production systems: the case of the Toledo River Basin (Brazil)
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 49 Cont. - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  09:30-12:30
 

Fraser, J.
New Knowledge Organization, USA
Kinda-fuzzy-logic models: understanding competing mental models for environmental education programs
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 
Social perspectives on the purpose and value of environmental education
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 

Frederick, C.
Kent State University, USA
Ecological processes, landscape systems, and climate change - adaptation planning evaluated
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

French, K.
University of Wollongong, Australia
The dark side of the dune: Weed invasion along Australian beaches.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 40 - A day at the beach: Restoration of the ecosystems services provided by sand dunes  -  09:15-10:30
 

Fujihara, M.
Graduate School of Landscape Design and Management, University of Hyogo, Japan
Restoration and maintenance of multifunctional coastal pine forests
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 41 - Ecosystem responses to global change and restoration of natural and urban areas in warm-temperate/subtropical regions  -  09:15-10:30
 

Fukasawa, Y.
Tohoku University, Japan
The influence of decomposer fungi on vascular plant and cryptogams communitystructure developed on coarse woody debris
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Furihata, S.F.
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
The impacts of the big earthquake on Japanese environmental education: the potentiality of socio-ecological system theory and community resilience
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Furlan, D.N.
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Leaf area index and albedo relationship in Brazilian Amazon
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Furman, E.R.
Finnish environment institute SYKE, Finland
Policy and governance challenges in enhancing ecosystem services
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 57 Cont. - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  09:30-12:30
 

Fürst, C.
Centre for Development Research, Germany
The power of pattern – benefits from respecting land management practices and resulting structural aspects in the assessment of landscape potentials to provide ecosystem services
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 Cont. - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  4:00-5:45
 

Galat, D.L.
The Nature Conservancy, USA
Creating a global great rivers network for integrated river basin management
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Galizia Tundisi, J.
International Institute of Ecology, Brazil
Ecohydrology applied to the construction of reservoirs in the Amazon
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  10:15-12:35
 
Ecosystem services in the São Paulo Metropolitan Region
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 33 Cont. - Urban demand and environmental requirements for ecosystem services  -  4:45-6:45
 

Gama, L.
Universidad Juarez Autonoma de Tabasco, Mexico
Wetland alteration due to climate change on Tabasco México, perspectives
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Garbutt, A.
NERC-Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UK
Large-scale wetlands restoration in the UK
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  09:15-10:30
 
The effect of conservation management on saltmarsh biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 24 - Salt marshes: Ecology, disturbance and restoration  -  3:15-4:15
 

Garcia, F.
Secretaria de Agricultura e Abastecimento do Estado de São Paulo – Agência Paulista de Tecnologia dos Agronegócios, APTA, Brazil
Emergy of tilapia cage-farming in Brazil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Garcia, J.
Centro de Investigacion en Alimentacion y Desarrollo (CIAD), Mexico
Water quality effects on flora and fauna in a brackish desert wetland
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 22 - Cienega de Santa Clara: Creating a sustainable future for an anthropogenic wetland in the Sonoran Desert  -  3:15-4:15
 

García, M.
Universidad de San Carlos, Centro de Estudios Conservacionistas, Guatemala
Landscape units as a tool for the conservation of the Baird's Habitat (Tapirus bairdii) in Guatemala, Central America
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Gardiner, M.M.
The Ohio State University, USA
Evidence refuting interference competition as a hypothesis to explain  native lady beetle decline
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

Garrett, K.A.
Kansas State University, USA
A value network analysis for information and technologies supporting ecosystem services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  09:15-10:30
 

Gavira, M.O.
School of Applied Sciences, University of Campinas, Brazil
Analysis of the climate change mitigation potential of the Brazilian agriculture
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Science and technology incentives to the clean energy sector in Brazil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Gazda, A.
Department of Botany and Nature Conservation, Forest Biodiversity Institute, University of Agriculture in Krakow, Poland
The effect of forest dynamics on spontaneous regeneration of non-native tree species in both natural and managed temperate forests
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Gazerro, J.
Sacred Heart University, USA
The restoration of the mouth of the Housatonic River, CT: A reference site
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Gehrt, S.D.
Ohio State University, USA
Urban carnivores: special challenges for uneasy neighbors
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 64 - Carnivore conservation in human-dominated systems: Ecological, ethical and social dimensions  -  09:30-12:30
 

Gepts, P.
University of California, Davis, USA
The role of humans in the on-farm management of crop biodiversity
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 23 Cont. - Evolutionary processes and restoration: Managing for long-term success  -  4:45-6:45
 

Gerken, M.E.
Iowa State University, USA
Forest ecosystem functioning in highly human-altered landscapes: An opportunity for targeted restoration
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  10:30-12:30
 

Gertzen, E.L.
Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Restoring fish habitat: Great Lakes' areas of concern as a model
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

Ghebremichael, A.
Natural Resources Canada, Canada
Exploring synergetic nexus between sustainable forest ecosystem management and total factor productivity in regionally segmented Canadian logging industries: Normative and nonparametric modeling approaches 
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  10:15-12:30
 

Ghimire, S.R.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA
Eco-efficiency analysis of green infrastructure based watershed management: a case study of rainwater harvesting in the Albemarle-Pamlico Basins
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 15 - Ecological systems and sustainable development: Current research at the U.S. EPA  -  10:30-12:30
 

Ghobrial, M-G.
National Institute of Oceanography & Fisheries (NIOF), Egypt
Threatened vegetations biodiversity in two ramsar site wetlands in Egypt
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:30-12:30
 

Gibbons, H.L.
Tetra Tech, Inc., USA
Technical understanding, logistical practicality and political reality of sediment inactivation in large, shallow, eutrophic lakes
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  10:15-12:35
 

Gieseke, T.M.
Ag Resource Strategies, USA
Capturing ag ecocommerce values with strategic doing and a shared governance model
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  11:00-12:30
 

Giesting, K.
Department of Biology and Earth Science, Otterbein University, USA
Triclosan and its relationship to antimicrobial resistance in Alum Creek
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Girard, P.
Université de Montréal, Dept Geographie, Canada
The contribution of pattern-based modelling for hybrid ecological models: The example of stream salamanders viability in changing hydrological regimes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  11:00-12:30
 

Glazyrina, I.
Institute of Natural Resources, Ecology and Cryology of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, TransBaikal State University, Russia
Payments for ecosystem services and accumulation of negative effects
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  3:15-4:15
 

Gleick, P.H.
Pacific Institute, USA
The soft path for water: Concept and application
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 01 - Water soft paths: Balancing ecological protection and human needs for fresh water  -  10:30-12:30
 

Glenn, E.P.
University of Arizona, USA
Evapotranspiration in relation to inflows and outflows in cienega de santa clara, an anthropgenic wetalnd in the delta of the colorado river, Mexico
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 22 - Cienega de Santa Clara: Creating a sustainable future for an anthropogenic wetland in the Sonoran Desert  -  3:15-4:15
 
Vegetation dynamics in response to wateri inflow rates and fire in a brackish Typha domingensis (Pers) marsh in the delta of the Colorado River, Mexico
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 22 Cont. - Cienega de Santa Clara: Creating a sustainable future for an anthropogenic wetland in the Sonoran Desert  -  4:45-6:45
 

Glinska-Lewczuk, K.
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
Changes in hydrography and hydrological regime of the drained-lake wetland  "Bagna Nietlickie" nature reserve under increasing agricultural pressure
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 51 - Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 

Gluck, S.C.
Harvard University, USA
Game-ranching and community-based-natural-resource-management: two emerging models of ecosystem protection, preservation and restoration
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  4:00-5:45
 

Gnagey, M.K.
The Ohio State University, USA
Heterogenous developers, spatial interactions, and land development outcomes under uncertainty
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Godbole, A.J.
Applied Environmental Research Foundation, India
Collaboration and capacity building to enhance species conservation, sustainable use and ecosystem services in the Western Ghats, India
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  4:00-5:45
 

Goethals, P.
Ghent University, Belgium
Quality assessment and management of ecological models: integrating scientific expertise with customer demands
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  4:00-5:45
 

Goguen, C.B.
Pennsylvania State University, USA
Effects of black-tailed prairie dog restoration on shortgrass prairie wildlife in northeastern New Mexico 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Golubeva, E.
Institute of Tectonics and Geophysics Russian academy of sciences Far eastern branch, Russia
Ecosystem approach to estimation of pollution large rivers by toxic elements
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  4:00-5:45
 

Golubyatnikov, L.L.
A.M.Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Model estimation of carbon dioxide emission from Russian soils
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  10:15-12:30
 

Gomez, E.F.
The Ohio State University, USA
Biodegradation of bioplastics and natural fibers during composting, anaerobic digestion and in soil
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  4:00-5:45
 

Gomez-Sapiens, M.
University of Arizona, USA
Planning a sustainable future for the Cienega de Santa Clara based on shorebird and marsh bird habitat requirements
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 22 Cont. - Cienega de Santa Clara: Creating a sustainable future for an anthropogenic wetland in the Sonoran Desert  -  4:45-6:45
 

Gorchov, D.L.
Miami University, USA
Two approaches for distinguishing diffusion vs. long-distance dispersal in plant invasions
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  10:30-12:30
 

Gore, M.
Michigan State University, USA
Is it wrong to hunt wolves?
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 64 - Carnivore conservation in human-dominated systems: Ecological, ethical and social dimensions  -  09:30-12:30
 

Goss, C.W.
The Ohio State University, USA
Influence of forest patches on leaf breakdown and macroinvertebrate communities in agricultural landscapes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Goulson, D.
University of Stirling, UK
Landscape-scale approaches to bumblebee conservation
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 05 - Biological basis for pollinator habitat manipulations: population regulation and plant restoration  -  10:30-12:30
 

Green, A.J.
Doñana Biological Station, Spain
Seed dispersal by waterfowl
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 08 - Why do birds matter? Birds’ ecological functions and ecosystem services  -  10:30-12:30
 

Greene, G.
ENVIRON International Corporation, USA
Measuring social and economic outputs from ecosystem services (EESS) of shellfish used in restoration and aquaculture
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 Cont. - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  4:00-5:45
 

Green, O.
USEPA, USA
Cycling water in urban core area neighborhoods - some prospects for management (Cleveland OH)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 44 - Biogeochemistry of green infrastructure in the urban environment  -  09:15-10:30
 

Gregory, S.V.
Oregon State University, USA
Restoration and conservation of floodplain complexity and cold water refuges in the Willamette River, Oregon
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  10:15-12:35
 

Greipsson, S.
Kennesaw State University, USA
Restoration of sub-arctic coastal sand dune ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 40 Cont. - A day at the beach: Restoration of the ecosystems services provided by sand dunes  -  11:00-12:30
 

Grêt-Regamey, A.
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Developing sustainable land use patterns
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  10:15-12:35
 

Grimm, N.B.
Arizona State University, USA
Modulation of storm-driven water and nutrient loads by infrastructure in an arid urban ecosystem
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 44 Cont. - Biogeochemistry of green infrastructure in the urban environment  -  11:00-12:30
 

Grimsson, O.R.
President, Republic of Iceland, Iceland
President Grimsson Plenary Lecture
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Plenary Session 6  -  2:00-3:30
 

Groffman, P.M.
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, USA
Landscape and regional scale studies of denitrification
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 65 - Denitrification regulating climate change and other ecosystem services: From large scale processes to community ecology  -  09:30-12:30
 
Nitrogen and greenhouse gas fluxes in urban ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 44 Cont. - Biogeochemistry of green infrastructure in the urban environment  -  11:00-12:30
 

Guevara-Escobar, A.
Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, Mexico
Critical areas identification for water environmental services payment in the Valle de Bravo Catchment, Mexico
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Guha, I.
Global Change Program, Jadavpur University, India
Determining pragmatic resettlement strategies for the first climate refugees of India : a case study in Indian Sundarbans
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  4:00-5:45
 

Guldemond, R.A.R.
Conservation Ecology Research Unit, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Nurturing succession to restore degraded coastal dune forests in South Africa
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 40 Cont. - A day at the beach: Restoration of the ecosystems services provided by sand dunes  -  11:00-12:30
 

Guo, L.
State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, Beijing Normal University, China
Biological view of soil evolution
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Guo, W.H.
Shandong University, China
Platform and database for information decision, management and sharing of Ecological Shandong Province
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Gutrich, J.J.
Southern Oregon University, USA
Water management and native plant communities in Owens Valley, California: a cost-effective economic analysis of maintenance or restoration of alkali meadow communities
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 

Hacker, S.D.
Oregon State University, USA
The value of ecosystem services provided by sand dunes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 40 - A day at the beach: Restoration of the ecosystems services provided by sand dunes  -  09:15-10:30
 

Hackmann, T.J.
The Ohio State University, USA
Considering gases to be in the aqueous state impacts energetic calculations for methane-producing and other microbial reactions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hall, C.A.
SUNY - Environmental Science and Forestry, USA
Limits to growth: environmentalist's efforts vs nature's own restrictions
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 
The irrelevance of most contemporary academic ecology to solving the major problems of the 21st century
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 63 Cont. - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  09:30-12:30
 

Hall, H.R.
University of Florida, Soil and Water Science Department, USA
Managing watersheds for recreational use: identification of stakeholder groups & values
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Hallin, S.
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Denitrifying communities at global and local scales - ecological drivers and links to ecosystem functions
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 65 - Denitrification regulating climate change and other ecosystem services: From large scale processes to community ecology  -  09:30-12:30
 

Hamilton, D.P.
Waikato University, New Zealand
Effects of climate and land use change on water quality of a eutrophic polymictic lake
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  10:15-12:35
 

Hammouda, R.
University Centre of Khemis Miliana, Algeria
Degradation in arid rangelands of Hadj Mecheri (Algeria): Pastoral practices or climate change?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
Rehabilitation of degraded steppe rangeland: Results of a participatory pilot experiment in an Algerian semi arid steppe.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hamstead, Z.A.
Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy, The New School, USA
Urban ecology and health: the role of green space in promoting physical activity among senior citizens in New York City
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  09:15-10:30
 

Han, B.
State Key Lab of Urban and Regional Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
A research about the relationship between economic assets and natural assets in a national level: an application of the original AGE method
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hand, T.
University of Texas, USA
Household potable water from low quality ambient sources using wetland plants and solar heat and UV
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
Household wastewater treatment with simple hyacinth mesocosms in near-tropical developing countries
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Haponski, A.E.
Lake Erie Center, University of Toledo, USA
Genetic connectivity and diversity of walleye (Sander vitreus) spawning across the Huron-Erie Corridor pre- and post-restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:15-10:30
 

Hara, J.
Institute for Geo-Resource and Environment, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
Geochemical evaluation on environmental load of persistent organic compounds in coastal area
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hardy, S.D.
McDaniel College, USA
Linking government processes to ecological outcomes: An examination of Costa Rica’s payments for environmental services (PES) program
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 61 - The role of knowledge in effective human-ecological system interactions  -  10:15-12:35
 

Harizaj, P.
Agricultural University of Tirana, Faculty of Agriculture and Environment, Albania
Preparing for a post fossil fuels era based on Earth's biophysical limits to sustain life
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:15-10:30
 

Hartig, F.
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Germany
Dynamic forest models, data, and predictions for policy and management
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  10:15-12:30
 
Offsets and tradable permits for biodiversity conservation - including the landscape perspective
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 03 - Landscape-scale tradable credit systems for biodiversity  -  10:30-12:30
 

Hartkopf, V.
Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Lessons from Silent Spring at 50: An Environmental Ethic for the 21st Century
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Forum 1 - Lessons from Silent Spring at 50: An environmental ethic for the 21st century  -  10:30-12:30
 

Haryani, G.S.
Research Center for Limnology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Indonesia
Concept and application of ecohydrology in Indonesian inland waters
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 Cont. - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  4:00-5:45
 

Hausner, V.H.
University of Tromsø, Norway
Under what conditions do Sámi pastoralists self-organize to manage pastures sustainably?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  4:00-5:45
 

Havens-Young, K.
Chicago Botanic Garden, USA
Planning for the use of native plants in a changing climate
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 16 - The use of native plants for large scale restoration in a changing world  -  10:30-12:30
 

Hayashi, K.
Nagoya University, Japan
Study on biodiversity and ecosystem service unit measuring as an environmental policy tool for biodiversity banking - case study in the forest of Nagoya, Japan
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

Häyhä, T.
Parthenope University of Naples, Italy
Forest ecosystem services evaluation: a multi-criteria perspective
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 57 Cont. - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  09:30-12:30
 

Hazandy, A.H.
Institute of Tropical Forestry and Forest Products, Universiti Putra, Malaysia
The contribution of multi-storied forest rehabilitation technique on productivity and carbon sequestration of planted tropical forest
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hedlund, K.
University of Lund, Sweden
Preserving soil biodiversity in agroecosystems with sustainable management practices
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 37 Cont. - Can we use above and belowground ecosystem services to promote sustainable production of food, biofuels and biodiversity in agriculture?  -  11:00-12:30
 
Soil carbon stock and plant biodiversity of northern Italian irrigated permanent grasslands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Heimlich, J.E.
Ohio State University, USA
Environmental beliefs and environmental behaviour:  exploring segmentation as a means for engaging learning
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hemerik, L.
Biometris, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
Promoting multiple soil ecosystem services in agriculture: the optimal policy response
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 37 Cont. - Can we use above and belowground ecosystem services to promote sustainable production of food, biofuels and biodiversity in agriculture?  -  11:00-12:30
 

Henderson, N.S.
University of Regina, Canada
Contrasting conservation objectives and climate change adaptation readiness in Britain and North America
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  4:00-5:45
 

Herbert, E.R.
School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, USA
Predicting the impacts of saltwater intrusion and sea level rise on landscape change and ecosystem dynamics in the tidal freshwater wetlands of coastal Georgia, USA
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  10:30-12:30
 

Hermansen, J.E.
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU, Norway
Objectification of ecological stakes by means of indicators
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:30
 

Hernandez, M.E.
institute of Ecology, Mexico
Carbon sequestration and methane emissions in coastal freshwater wetlands in Veracruz Mexico
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 Cont. - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  4:00-5:45
 
Nitrogen and carbon biogeochemistry in temperate and tropical freshwater wetlands
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 35 Cont. - Ecosystem sustainability from the Olentangy to the Yangtze  -  4:45-6:45
 

Hernke, M.T.
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Carbon emissions precipitated by inputs to lawn maintenance
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  09:30-12:30
 

Herrera-Silveira, J.A.
CINVESTAV, IPN, Mexico
Selection of cost-effective areas for mangrove restoration with MARXAN based on the evaluation of ecosystem services. The case of Celestún Lagoon (SE Mexico).
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Herr, J.L.
Brown and Caldwell, USA
Developing a successful watershed improvement program for stream water quality and habitat improvement in an urbanized area
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:30-12:30
 

Herzog, F.
Agroscope ART, Zurich, Switzerland
Measuring European farmland biodiversity
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 17 - Modelling farmland at various scales under climate change: From concept to application  -  10:30-12:30
 

He, Y.
Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Predicting impacts of climate change on grassland ecosystems in the Canadian prairies
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hey, D.L.
Wetlands Research, Inc., USA
The roles and benefits of wetlands in managing reactive nitrogen
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 65 - Denitrification regulating climate change and other ecosystem services: From large scale processes to community ecology  -  09:30-12:30
 

Hill, K.E.
University of Virginia, USA
Ecological urban design: a global opportunity
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 46 - ESA Symposia - Connecting the science of ecology to practice: opportunities for facilitating Earth stewardship  -  09:15-10:30
 

Hines, D.E.
University of North Carolina Wilmington, NC, USA
Simulating the impact of sea level rise on the microbial nitrogen cycle in tidally influenced regions of the Cape Fear River Estuary, NC, USA
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  4:00-5:45
 

Hinkle, R.L.
URS Corporation, USA
Techniques for mapping and quantifying geomorphologic development of drainage systems within large-scale wetlands restoration projects
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  09:15-10:30
 

Hinojosa-Huerta, O.
Pronatura Noroeste, Mexico
Habitat requirements of marshbirds and shorebirds in the Ciénega de Santa Clara
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 22 Cont. - Cienega de Santa Clara: Creating a sustainable future for an anthropogenic wetland in the Sonoran Desert  -  4:45-6:45
 

Hitchcock, D.R.
Clemson University - Baruch Institute, USA
Ecological design and hydrological function in developing coastal landscapes
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Holzapfel, C.
Rutgers University Newark, USA
Clonal diversity and resistance to invasion in urban, remnant salt marsh patches
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 09 - Restoration of the Hackensack Meadowlands in northern New Jersey  -  10:30-12:30
 

Hong, J.M.
Capital Normal University, China
Restoration engineering of degraded wetland in Beijing area and the following ecosystem succession monitoring
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  11:00-12:30
 
Restoration engineering of degraded wetland in Beijing area and the following ecosystem succession monitoring
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
The characteristics of the soil seed bank in Yeyahu Lake degraded wetlands research, Beijing
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hopfensperger, K.N.
Northern Kentucky University, USA
The resistance of restored habitats to amur honeysuckle reinvasion
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  10:30-12:30
 

Hopkins, A.
Skye Labs, Santa Monica, USA
Urban ecological restoration: Techniques and practices applied to public commons, school sites and library sites
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Wks 08 - Urban ecological restoration: Techniques and practices applied to public commons, school sites and library sites  -  09:15-10:30
 

Hotes, S.
Philipps-University, Germany
Soil ecology meets scenarios - estimating belowground effects of land use change on ecosystem service provision
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 37 - Can we use above and belowground ecosystem services to promote sustainable production of food, biofuels and biodiversity in agriculture?  -  09:15-10:30
 

Hottle, R.D.
The Ohio State University, USA
Fast-action and win-win strategies for climate change mitigation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hsieh, H.L.
Biodiversity Research Center, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
An integrated management strategy towards healthy mangrove ecosystem
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
The wintering habitat characteristics of the common teals in Huajiang Wetland, Taiwan
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Huang, H.Q.
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, China
How to use geomorphic knowledge to effectively guide the conservation of geoheritage sites? - The case of Zhangjiajie Global Geopark
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 45 - Ecogeomorphology: A biophysical framework for river science  -  09:15-10:30
 

Huang, J.
State Key Lab of Urban and Regional Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Study on the quantitative relationship between street green-view rate and its thermo effect
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 50 - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  10:15-12:35
 

Huang, K.P.
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Does ecosystem service valuation reflect importance of habitat quality and biodiversity in constructed wetlands?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Huang, S.
Shanghai Academy of Environment Sciences, China
N, P pollutants control in agricultural runoff by riparian buffer strips with different vegetation and slopes
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  3:15-4:15
 

Huang, W.
School of Management, Shanghai University, China
An ecological compensation system to resolve the water pollution conflicts in large, interjurisdictional lake basins in China
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:30-12:30
 
Field experimental study of river flow andrainfall effects on chlorophyll-a in Apalachicola River
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Huang, Y.Q.
Guangxi Institute of Botany, China
Plant productivity and its response to water available under karst conditions, China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Hufford, K.M.
University of Wyoming, USA
Predicting species presence-absence as a function of edaphic variation: implications for restoration of California native grasslands
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  09:30-12:30
 

Hugé, J.J.A.
Universiteit Gent, Belgium
Potential & limitations of sustainability assessment at the sub-national Level: Experiences from Europe and Africa
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  10:15-12:30
 

Huiyuan, Z.
Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning, China
Analysis on the temporal and spatial pattern of ecosystem services based on land use change: A case study of Guanting Reservoir Watershed in China
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 57 Cont. - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  09:30-12:30
 

Hu, Z-Y.
The State Key Laboratory of Freshwater Ecology and Biotechnology, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Characteristics of water bloom and its trend in tributaries of three gorges reservoir (TGR)
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  10:15-12:35
 

Iannone III, B.V.
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Evaluation of soil-mulch amendments as a tool for limiting rhamnus cathartica (European buckthorn) reinvasion
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  09:15-10:30
 

Ibanez, C.
IRTA, Aquatic Ecosystems Program, Spain
Restoring coastal ecosystems in the 21st century and beyond: the case of deltas
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 63 Cont. - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  09:30-12:30
 

Ingwersen, W.W.
US Environmental Protection Agency, USA
Life cycle assessment using emergy to quantify sustainability
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 21 - Emergy evaluation of sustainability: Quantifying ecosystem services, environmental debt and ecosystem restoration  -  3:15-4:15
 

Inostroza, L.I.
Post-doc Researcher, Germany
Which pattern is the best for whom - urban systems as a landscaping force - urban Sprawl.
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 Cont. - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  4:00-5:45
 

Iversen, M.R.
University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
From so simple a beginning: contemplating the entangled bank of coupled natural and human systems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Urbanized ecosystem (UrbEcoSys): proof of concept
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

Iverson, L.R.
Northern Research Station, US Forest Service, USA
Evaluating and displaying risk of tree and bird habitat changes associated with climatic change
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Izquierdo-Suzan, M.
Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, Mexico
Adaptation to climate change: housing orientation of poultry units in Queretaro, Mexico
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Jackson, B.K.
The Ohio State University, USA
Disturbance, connectivity, and scale: the role of wildfire in shaping structure and function of stream ecosystems in Yosemite National Park, CA, USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Jackson, S.T.
University of Wyoming, USA
Influence of cross-scale interactions on forest response to climate change, past and future
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 42 - Forest regeneration and climate change  -  09:15-10:30
 

Jaeger, K.L.
The Ohio State University,School of Environment and Natural Resources, USA
Morphologic controls on spatiotemporal regimes of flow permanence in desert systems under a changing climate
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 45 Cont. - Ecogeomorphology: A biophysical framework for river science  -  11:00-12:30
 

Jaggi, D.
St. John’s College, India
Sustainable management of Parthenium hysterophorus through leachates of highly competitive cohabiting flora
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Janetos, A.C.
Joint Global Change Research Institute, USA
Using an integrated assessment model to understand tradeoffs in ecosystem services: energy, water, and land
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 07 - Moving integration forward in assessing impacts of global change across scales and processes  -  10:30-12:30
 

Jansson, A.E.M.
The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economic, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Sweden
Quantifying biodiversity and ecosystem service generation for building resilience in urban landscapes
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 33 Cont. - Urban demand and environmental requirements for ecosystem services  -  4:45-6:45
 

Jaradat, A.
USDA-ARS, USA
Dynamics of a performance-based index to assess multiple agro-ecosystem services at a watershed scale: a simulation study
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Jayakaran, A.D.
Clemson University, USA
Managing modified coastal plain streams in South Carolina
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Jedrzejczak, M.F.
University of Warmia & Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
Impact of algae post-gasification effluents on growth and macronutrient contents of energetic willow: studies on promising disposal of undue leachates
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Jeffrey, L.A.
Brown and Caldwell, USA
Regional stormwater improvement planing for nutrient management at federal facilities within Chesapeake Bay
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Jiang, B.B.
East China Normal University, China
An application of an analyticalstormwater quality model to an integrated subtropic wetland system
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
The limiting factors of the N and P removal rate of wastewater constructed wetland treatment systems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Jiang, J.H.
Zhejiang University, China
Developing a common sustainable indicators system for assessment of ecological civilization in Hangzhou, China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Jiang, Z.
State Key Laboratory of Tropical Oceanography, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Characteristics of temporal and spatial variation of nonstructural carbohydrates in Thalassia hemprichii and its response to shading
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  3:15-4:15
 

Jin, Q.
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, China
Analysis of the land desertification trend with climate change based on the enormous regional model
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 17 - Modelling farmland at various scales under climate change: From concept to application  -  10:30-12:30
 

Johnson, G.W.
Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, USA
Tackling the spatial scale problem in ecosystem service modelling: hierarchies, information, and performance
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  09:15-10:30
 

Johnson, K.
University of Cincinnati, USA
Role of green roof biodiversity on the quantity and quality of stormwater runoff
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

Johnson, L.B.
University of Minnesota Duluth, USA
Design and template to develop ecological indicators for the Laurentian Great Lakes coastal zone
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  4:00-5:45
 

Johnson, L.R.
Rutgers University, USA
Future urban forests: long-term effects of ecological woodland restoration in New York City parks
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Johnson, M.
University of Otago, New Zealand
Using te rongoā (maori traditional medicine) to encourage biodiversity on farms.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:30-12:30
 

Johnstone, J.
University of Saskatchwan, Canada
Interactions between climate, fire, and forest composition are a key driver of resilience in the boreal forest
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS10 Climate & global change  -  09:15-10:30
 

Johnston, J.M.
US EPA/ORD/NERL Ecosystems Research Division, USA
An integrated modeling framework forecasting ecosystem services-application to the Albemarle Pamlico Basins, NC and VA (USA) and beyond
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 31 - Integrated modelling for ecosystem services  -  3:15-4:15
 

Jones, M.
University of Maine, USA
Insect-mediated ecosystem services in maine’s lowbush blueberry  (Vaccinium angustifolium) agro-ecosystem
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Jones, M.K.
University of Cambridge, UK
The role of minor crops in the development of Eurasian agriculture
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 67 - Climate change and human activity in arid Central Asia: lessons from the past  -  09:30-12:30
 

Jones, S.B.
Urbana University, USA
Teaching by example: a small university's strategy for sustainability
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Jongman, R.H.G.
Alterra, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands
Ecosystem services of ecological networks at different hierarchical levels
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 66 - Ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services of ecological networks and greenways: from local to global  -  09:30-12:30
 

Jørgensen, S.E.
Copenhagen University, Denmark
Assessment of sustainability by application of systems ecology and ecological modelling
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  09:15-10:30
 
Perspectives in the application of structurally dynamic models
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 51 - Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 
Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Plenary Session 4  -  2:00-3:30
 

Joshi, S.S.
Shrishti Eco-Research Institute, India
Assessment of stream, river, and lake restoration projects based on ecotechnological approaches and ecosystem principles
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  11:00-12:30
 

Junk, W.J.
National Institute for Sciencwe and Technology in Wetlands INCT-INAU, Brazil
Global change impacts and mitigation challenges in large floodplains: examples from Brazil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Plenary Session 3  -  08:00-08:45
 

Jupesta, J.J.
United Nations University-Institute of Advanced Studies, Japan
Impact of the palm oil development in Indonesia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  11:00-12:30
 

Kahru, A.
National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics, Laboratory of Molecular Genetics, Tallinn, Estonia
Antibacterial effects and mechanisms of toxicity of different types of nanosilver: application of a suite of recombinant luminescent bacteria
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kakeu Kengne, K.J.
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Strategic information sharing in the problem of the commons
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  11:00-12:30
 

Kalimeris, P.
Panteion University, Athens, Greece
Is there a transition of growth towards less energy dependence path? Exploring the limits of decoupling effects
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kangkuso Analuddin, A.
Haluoleo University, Indonesia
Structure and strategy management for mangrove forest at the Tiworo Archipelago, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Kankan, S.
Shanghai Landscape Gardening Research Institute, China
Differentiation of Tertiary relict deciduous forests along micro-topographic gradient on Mt. Tianmushan, Eastern China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 41 Cont. - Ecosystem responses to global change and restoration of natural and urban areas in warm-temperate/subtropical regions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Karam, A
Laval University, Canada
Mineralogical characterization of contaminated fluvial sediments
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Karam, A.
Department of soils and agrifood engineering, Laval University, Canada
Use of dredged sediment for grass biomass production
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Kareiva, P.
The Nature Conservancy, USA
Where science and policy meet: NGO chief scientists
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Forum 5 - Where science and policy meet: NGO chief scientists  -  3:00-5:30
 

Karlsson, J.
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Large carnivore monitoring and conflict mitigation in Sweden
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 64 - Carnivore conservation in human-dominated systems: Ecological, ethical and social dimensions  -  09:30-12:30
 

Karsiotis, S.I.
The University of Toledo, USA
Genetic structure of smallmouth bass across North America: patterns from two genomes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kask, K.
Estonian Universitu of Life Sciences, Estonia
The relations between distribution of valuable meadows and butterflies in Estonia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kauneckis, D.
University of Nevada, USA
Coupling human decision sciences with hydrological modeling: Improving the resilience of water management to climate change impacts
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 61 - The role of knowledge in effective human-ecological system interactions  -  10:15-12:35
 

Kaunzinger, C.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
Potential and ecological value of restoring degraded and isolated urban habitats
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 11 - Protecting and restoring severely degraded terrestrial ecosystems  -  10:30-12:30
 

Kaur, K.
Guru Nanak Dev University, India
Cytogenotoxicity of sublethal doses Of basic violet-1 to Labeo rohita (Ham.)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kaur, R.
Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India
Nutrient and trace metal removal efficiency of small scale (batch fed) vertical flow municipal wastewater treatment wetlands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  09:15-10:30
 

Kautza, A.
The Ohio State University School of Environment and Natural Resources, USA
Influences of riparian land use on fish-centered food webs in a large warmwater river system (Scioto and Olentangy Rivers, OH, USA) 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kaye, J.P.
The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Rapid immobilization of inorganic nitrogen in stable soil organic matter of forest ecosystems
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  4:00-5:45
 

Kaye, M.W.
The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Cascading effects of simulated climate change on an early-successional forest ecosystem
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 42 Cont. - Forest regeneration and climate change  -  11:00-12:30
 

Keeler, B.L.
University of Minnesota, USA
Rethinking water quality as an ecosystem service: a framework for integrated biophysical assessment and economic valuation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  09:15-10:30
 

Keithmaleesatti, S.
Department of Environmental Science, Faculty of Science, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
Association of organochlorine pesticide contamination in egg and reproductive effects on the snail-eating turtle Malayemys macrocephala in the lower Chao Phraya river basin, Thailand
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kelley, D.B.
Kelley & Associates Environmental Sciences, Inc., USA
The potential for reclaiming soils to sustainable agriculture in the Mesopotamian marshlands: ecological restoration and agroecological values
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 18 - Hima Mesopotamia: Restoring the ancient system of story, place and culture in the Tigris Euphrates Watershed  -  09:15-10:30
 

Kemp, G.P.
National Audubon Society, USA
What is necessary to achieve sustainable management of the Mississippi Delta
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 63 Cont. - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  09:30-12:30
 

Kenfack, D.
Smithsonian Institution, USA
Tropical forest diversity and dynamics. Results from a global network of large-scale forest plots
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 29 - Tropical rain forest field stations and long-term ecological research  -  3:15-4:15
 

Kenny, W.T.
Ohio State University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Geodetic Science, USA
Determining forest structure at an individual-tree scale using remote-sensing-based methods
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kepner, W.G.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, USA
A  national approach for mapping and quantifying habitat-based biodiversity metrics across multiple spatial scales
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  11:00-12:30
 

Kernan, M.
Environmental Change Research Centre, University College London, UK
Adaptive strategies to mitigate the impacts of climate change on European freshwater ecosystems
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  09:30-12:30
 
Mountain lake Biodiversity: patterns and threats in a changing world
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

Kerrick, B.
Agroecosystems Management Program, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University, USA
Borrowed ground: evaluating the current and potential role of usufruct in neighborhood-scale foodsheds
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Kettenring, K.M.
Utah State University, USA
Applying community genetics research to restoration practice - scaling issues and research needs
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 23 Cont. - Evolutionary processes and restoration: Managing for long-term success  -  4:45-6:45
 

Khan, A-U.
Sustainable Development Study Centre (SDSC)GC University Lahore Pakistan, Pakistan
Stabalising the degradation of representative natural forests in Pakistan: Lessons from assisted ecosystem recovery
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 27 Cont. - Ecosystem services in the changing world  -  4:45-6:45
 

Kienast, F.
Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland
Indicator-driven landscape service assessment at various geographical scales
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 62 - Estimating ecosystem services with ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:35
 

Kilbane, S.
University of Western Australia, Australia
Managing for ecological and cultural resilience across the australian continent: Green infrastructure as design strategy
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:30-12:30
 

Kim, H.
University of Florida, USA
Inorganic N transformation rates and controlling factors in tributary sediments of the santa fe river
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 06 - Sediment chemistry and dynamics of natural and restored wetlands  -  10:30-12:30
 

Kim, K-D.
Korea National University of Education, Republic of Korea
The effects on the aquatic ecosystem by the weir construction focused on the riparian plants
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
The floristic status of seven paddy fields with chronosequences after rice crop closure
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kimpara, J.M.
Embrapa Meio Norte, Brazil
Is prawn post-larvae production sustainable? An application of emergy analysis
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

King, E.G.
The University of Georgia, Odum School of Ecology, USA
Kenyan pastoralist societies in transition: varying perceptions of the value of ecosystem services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 14 - Applying an analytical framework for sustainability science across contrasting biophysical, cultural, and institutional contexts  -  10:30-12:30
 

Kingra, P.K.
Punjab Agricultural University, India
Crop water production functions and ET-yield models in wheat as influenced by different management practices for ecological sustainability in central Punjab, India
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS13 - Ecotoxicology  -  4:00-5:45
 

Kingsland, S.
Johns Hopkins University, USA
Ecological science and practice: A complex history
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 46 - ESA Symposia - Connecting the science of ecology to practice: opportunities for facilitating Earth stewardship  -  09:15-10:30
 

Kirkey, F.M.
Laurentian University, Canada
The influence of heavy metals on plant-water relationships (Acer rubrum, Betula papyrifera and Quercus rubra)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kiviat, E.
Hudsonia Ltd, USA
Management of biodiversity in the New Jersey Meadowlands
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 09 - Restoration of the Hackensack Meadowlands in northern New Jersey  -  10:30-12:30
 

Klatt, B.K.
Georg-August-University Göttingen, Department of Crop Sciences, Agroecology, Germany
Bee pollination improves the commercial value and quality of strawberry fruits
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 57 - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  10:15-12:35
 

Klooster, W.S.
The Ohio State University, USA
Forest understory response to emerald ash borer-induced ash mortality
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  10:30-12:30
 

Klotz, S.
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Department of Community Ecology, Germany
The impact of alien species: do we really know the consequences for ecosystem functions and services in a changing world?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  4:45-6:45
 

Knight, S.S.
USDA ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, USA
Floodplain restoration with flood control:  Fish habitat value of levee borrow pits
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  09:15-10:30
 

Koch, A.
University of Greifswald, Germany
Are ecological processes in experimental systems scale-dependent?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kochmer, J.
Earth Economics, USA
The 21st century utility: accounting for natural capital
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 

Kolbe, E.L.
The Ohio State University, USA
Visualizing and quantifying a sustainable agroecosystem in Northeast Ohio
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Komarov, A.S.
Institute of Physicochemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Romul - model of soil organic matter dynamics based on morphology data from organic and mineral soil horizons
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Konar, A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Do farmers have heterogeneous preferences for the environment and does it matter?  A latent-class approach to crop choice and management practices
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kondratyeva, L.M.
Institute of Water and Ecological Problems Russian academy of sciences Far eastern branch, Russia
Ecological risks of transboundary pollution of the Amur River
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:30
 

Koops, M.A.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Are smaller bodied fishes more vulnerable to habitat loss?
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

Korfel, C.A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Seasonal and habitat-associated patterns of Bd infection in green frogs (Lithobates clamitans) and bullfrogs (L. catesbeianus) in central Ohio
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  10:30-12:30
 
Status of atelopus exiguus in The Ecuadorian Andes: Potential survival of the chytrid fungus epidemic and analysis of other current threats
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Korndörfer, C.
Landeshauptstadt Dresden, Germany
Compact city in an ecological network - the Dresden example
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 10 - Green City Lab – Bringing the Ecosystem Services Approach to the City  -  10:30-12:30
 

Kost, M.A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Maize landrace genetic diversity in a changing climate: temperature adaptation in the maize landraces of southern Mexico
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Krabacher, Paul
DOI Bureau of Land Management, USA
Use of native plants in large scale restoration
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 16 - The use of native plants for large scale restoration in a changing world  -  10:30-12:30
 

Krasny, M.E.
Cornell University, USA
Civic Ecology: can community-based restoration provide ecosystem services in cities?
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 

Krejcek, S.
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Do exotic plants act as facilitators or competitors in the restoration of native plant communities in stressful environments?  The stress gradient hypothesis in New Zealand's coastal sand dunes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Kremer, P.
Tishman Environment and Design Center The New School for Public Engagement, USA
Social-ecological urban ecosystem valuation - a non-monetary evaluation methodology for vacant lots in New York City
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  09:15-10:30
 

Kristensen, P.
European Environment Agency, Denmark
The water framework directive and state of Europe's water
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:15-12:30
 

Ksiazek, K.
Northwestern University and the Chicago Botanic Garden, USA
Replicating local ecosystems on green roofs
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

Kulvik, M.
Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia
Implementation of Green Network Plan in Estonia: assessing delivery of biodiversity services
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 66 - Ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services of ecological networks and greenways: from local to global  -  09:30-12:30
 

Kuusemets, V.
Estonian Universitu of Life Sciences, Estonia
Influence of landscape features to the populations of pollinators
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 

Kwayu, E.J.
The University of Leeds, UK
A livelihood analysis of payments for ecosystem services benefits and distribution in Tanzania
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  10:30-12:30
 

Kyei, E.A.
Kwame Nkrumah University of science and Technology-Kumasi, Ghana
In search of cleaner forms of cooking fuels: A case study of selected communities within two districts of ghana
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

La Rosa, D.
University of Catania, Italy
Planning new land uses of non-urbanized areas for enhancing ecosystem services in metropolitan contexts
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 Cont. - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  4:00-5:45
 

Ladan, S.
Indiana University-Purdue University, USA
Efficiency assessment of bacterium-assisted root stabilization of arsenic by kale (Brassica oleraceae var. viridis)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Laffon-Leal, S.
Universidad Autonoma del Carmen, Mexico
Integrating indicators for a coastal region of southern Mexico sustainability measure: experiences beyond the theory  
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Lahiri(Ganguly), S.
ICEE, University of Kalyani, India
Microalgae - bacterial complex as a strategy for carbon dioxide mitigation in waste stabilization ponds
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  10:30-12:30
 

Lal, R.
School of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University, USA
Food security and climate change
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Forum 7 - Food security and climate change  -  4:00-5:45
 
Global food security: Challenges and opportunities
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Plenary Session 6  -  2:00-3:30
 

Lam, M.E.
Univ of British Columbia, Canada
Local ecological knowledge and cultural property in sustainable resource management
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 46 Cont. - ESA Symposia - Connecting the science of ecology to practice: opportunities for facilitating Earth stewardship  -  11:00-12:30
 

Lanahan, T.
Ohio Environmental Council, USA
Balancing sustainable renewable energy development and natural resources protection: a case study of the first offshore freshwater wind energy project in the United States
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  4:00-5:45
 

Larouche, J.R.
University of Vermont, USA
Evidence of bioavailable dissolved organic carbon in waterways disturbed by thermokarst and fire in a permafrost dominated landscape
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Larsson, S.
Swedish University Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Risk for insect outbreaks under climate change
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  4:00-5:45
 

Laurent, A.
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Can carbon footprint serve as a comprehensive tool for assessing and managing environmental sustainability?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  10:15-12:30
 

Lautenbach, S.
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany
Quantifying functional trade-offs between bioenergy production, food production, water quality and water quantity aspects in a regional case study
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 31 - Integrated modelling for ecosystem services  -  3:15-4:15
 

Lavelle, P.
Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical, TSBF Institute, Colombia
Is invasion of deforested Amazonia by the earthworm Pontoscolex corethrurus driven by soil texture and chemical properties?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  4:45-6:45
 
Landscapes, soil macroinvertebrate communities and ecosystem services in deforested Amazonia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Restoring ecosystem services in degraded tropical soils: a case study from tea plantations of southern India
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  09:30-12:30
 
The need for eco-efficient landscapes to prevent irreversible degradation of agroecosystems in deforested Amazonia
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  10:15-12:35
 

Lawton, E.S.
Otago Polytechnic Centre for Sustainable Development, New Zealand
Income and living within a fair earth share: a New Zealand case study
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
The New Zealand footprint project
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  4:00-5:45
 

LeBauer, D.S.
University of Illinois, USA
Facilitating feedbacks between ecological models and data to improve ecological forecasts
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

LeBuhn, G.
San Francisco State University, USA
Studying pollinator services at landscape scales: citizen science and the Great Sunflower Project
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 05 - Biological basis for pollinator habitat manipulations: population regulation and plant restoration  -  10:30-12:30
 

Lee, C.S.
The National Ecology Institute, Republic of Korea
Abnormal growth of the Korean red pine due to climate change in Korea
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Creation of the National Ecology Institute as a restoration project in Korea
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
Microbial complexity in freshwater beaches revealed with pyrosequencing: a public health implications
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Leech, T.
Ohio State University, USA
Is geoengineering in our future? What an historical perspective suggests
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Lee, D.K.L.
Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Development of the carbon balance model for climate change in Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Lee, E.
Cornell University, USA
The role of social learning for resilient social-ecological systems in Korean village groves (Maeul-sup)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Leege, L.M.
Georgia Southern University, USA
Long term recovery of dune systems following pine invasion and management
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 40 - A day at the beach: Restoration of the ecosystems services provided by sand dunes  -  09:15-10:30
 

Lee, J.
Ohio State University, USA
An emerging gastrointestinal pathogen associated with human-originated contamination sources in Lake Erie beach waters
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  4:00-5:45
 

Lester, R.E.
Deakin University, Australia
Space-for-time substitution to assess likely response of aquatic ecosystems to future climate-related change
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  10:15-12:30
 

Levin, S.A.
Princeton University, USA
Ecosystem services and the challenge of sustainability in a global commons
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Plenary Session 2  -  2:00-2:45
 

Liang, J.
West Virginia University, USA
Dynamics of alaska boreal forest under climate change: A matrix model
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Mapping large-scale forest dynamics: A geospatial matrix model
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  11:00-12:30
 

Liang, Z.
Department of Resource and Environment Sciences, FoShan University, China
Runoff simulation in Xingzi River Lianjiang Karst watershed in northern Guangdong based on SWAT Model
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Liao, S.
College of Life Science, South China Normal University, China
Effect of different C/N ratios on denitrification of aerobic denitrifying strain Pseudomonas .stutzeri A1501
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Li, B.
Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology, China
Nutrient retention in residential retrofitted rain gardens
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Libby, P.S.
Battelle Memorial Institute, USA
Offshore water quality monitoring for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) - regulatory compliance, characterization of conditions, and assessment of impacts
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 34 - Watershed approach: Managing water quality from headwaters to the coast  -  3:15-4:15
 

Liebman, M.
EPA Region 1, USA
Intercepting nitrogen delivery to coastal waters in the Gulf of Maine
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 34 Cont. - Watershed approach: Managing water quality from headwaters to the coast  -  4:45-6:45
 

Liebowitz, D.M.
University of Florida, USA
Environmentally mediated top-down control of algal proliferation in Florida's springs
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Li, F.
Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Evaluation of urban land use and ecosystem services change of Changzhou city, China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Lightle, N.E.
University of Toledo, USA
Heat-waves have indirect effects on the roots of white oak (Quercus alba)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Li, L.
China Agricultural University, China
Interspecies interaction and overyielding in intercropping
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:15-10:30
 

Liman, A-S.
Department of Ecology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Ecosystem services in arboreal bioenergy
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  09:15-10:30
 

Lincoln, N.K.
Stanford University, USA
Valuing the invaluable: A case study of cultural ecosystem service management
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Lin, G.H.
Tsinghua University, China
Carbon pools and fluxes in the mangrove wetlands of China under different tidal regimes
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 69 - Effects of climate change and human disturbance on carbon dynamics of coastal wetlands  -  09:30-12:30
 

Lin, H.
Xishuangbanna tropical botanical garden, Chinese academy of sciences, China
Self-organization of tropical seasonal rain forest in Southwest China
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:30
 

Lin, H-J.
Department of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
Carbon budgets of tropical seagrass beds
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 27 - Ecosystem services in the changing world  -  3:15-4:15
 

Linkous, E.K.
The Ohio State University, USA
Developing parasitoid enhancement as a component of cole crop management
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Lin, M.M.L.
Miami University, USA
Using remote sensing and GIS to analyze LULC change for its impact on ES
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Lin, Y-P.
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Understanding how multiple subsequence physical disturbances influence the provision of ecosystem services in a mountainous watershed in Taiwan
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 27 - Ecosystem services in the changing world  -  3:15-4:15
 

Liptak, M.A.
EnviroScience, Inc., USA
Restoring ecosystem services in the Cuyahoga River watershed from headwater streams to the Lake Erie lacustuary
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  09:30-12:30
 

Lira-Noriega, A.
University of Kansas, USA
Current and future climatic spaces in the global protected areas network
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  4:00-5:45
 

Li, S.
College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, China
Beyond panaceas: Sustainable management of China's grasslands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Social vulnerability and adaptations in the qinghai-tebetan plateau grasslands
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  10:15-12:30
 

Liu, G-H.
Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning, China
Designing of watershed eco-compensation mechanism in Dongjiang River based on the key ecological function zone
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:30-12:30
 

liu, J.E.
School of Geography Science, Nanjing Normal University, China
Could Spartina alterniflora flourish in freshwater wetlands of China?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 24 - Salt marshes: Ecology, disturbance and restoration  -  3:15-4:15
 

Liu, W.
East China Normal University, China
Change in dominant groups of macro-benthic invertebrates in the Yangtze Estuary
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Liu, W-Y.
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Response of epiphytic bryophytes to simulated N deposition in a subtropical montane cloud forest in Southwestern China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Liu, X.
University of Cambridge, UK
Food web, production and consumption: the longue durée of the
Neolithic China
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 67 - Climate change and human activity in arid Central Asia: lessons from the past  -  09:30-12:30
 
Succession of forest ecosystem in Guanyinshan giant panda nature reserve converted from a forest production bureau
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:30
 

Liu, Y.
East China Normal University, China
Theory study on station location design for fishery-independent survey and comparison of sampling and estimating for marine fishing production assessment
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Li, W.F.
the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Assessing harmful cyanobacterial bloom occurrence risks by integrating artificial neural network and fuzzy theory in Lake Taihu, China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Li, Y.
The University of Western Australia, Australia
Unravelling microbial interactions in aquatic ecosystems: an improved model of microbial controls on nutrient processing
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

Li, Y.F.
Nanjing University, China
Assessing urban-wetland interface resilience in reclaimed land under coastal rapid urbanization
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 50 - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  10:15-12:35
 

Li, Y.Y.
Beijing Normal University, China
Soil seed banks dynamics in alpine grasslands at different degradation levels in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Li, Y-Q.
Cold and Arid Regions Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Changes in soil physico-chemical properties and vegetation following grazing exclusion at a semiarid desertified sandy site in Inner Mongolia, northern China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Li, Z.
Chongqing University, China
Phytoplankton succession in a river-reservoir continuum regulated by artificial reservoir operation: a case in the Three Gorges Reservoir
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  10:15-12:35
 

Loder, A.
University of Toronto, Canada
Linking biodiversity and human health goals: the role of urban green roofs
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

Logan, J.
Ohio Environmental Council, USA
Saving our waters from the growing threat of nutrient pollution: an analysis of policy alternatives for addressing farm run-off in Lake Erie, the Chesapeake Bay and the Gulf of Mexico
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Logofet, D.O.
Laboratory of Mathematical Ecology, A.M.Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Matrices and graphs in systems ecology: analytical tools and quantitative indicators
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 Cont. - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  11:00-12:30
 

Lohner, T.
American Electric Power, USA
Making sustainability decisions in the electric power industry
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Wks 11 - Making sustainability decisions in the electric power industry  -  09:15-10:30 - continues at 11:00
 

Lomeli, M.
Instituto de Ingenieria de la Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico
Estimation of water balance in La Ciénega de Santa Clara during an hydrologic cycle  
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Long, D.
Plantlife, UK
Challenges and potential of applying EBPC in a western industrialized country: a UK example.
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  4:00-5:45
 

Long, L.C.
The Ohio State University, USA
Cascading ecological impacts of the emerald ash borer invasion: Effects of ash mortality on forest bird communities
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  10:30-12:30
 

López-Cuellar, P.L.
Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, Mexico
NDVI, dry spells and minimum monthly temperature changes as desertification indicators in central Mexico
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  4:00-5:45
 

Loring, P.A.
University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA
Ecologies of sustainability in Alaska fisheries
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:15-10:30
 

Lou, L.B.F.
Yangtze Valley Water Environmental Monitoring Center, China
Impacts of the three gorges project on the reservoir water quality
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  10:15-12:35
 

Lovejoy, T.
The Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment, USA
Bioprospecting and preservation of ecosystem pharmacological services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Forum 3 - Bioprospecting and preservation of ecosystem pharmacological services  -  3:15-4:15
 

Lovett, G.M.
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, USA
Landscapes as ecosystems: how much information do we need?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  10:15-12:35
 

Lubbers, I.M.
Wageningen University, The Netherlands
Earthworms increase greenhouse gas emissions from soil
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  4:00-5:45
 

Lüderitz, V.
University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg, Germany
Restoration of streams and rivers toward biodiversity conservation and the measurement of success
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  11:00-12:30
 

Ludwig, D.F.
ARCADIS, USA
Making sustainable, ecosystem-based environmental management decisions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:15-10:30
 

Lu, J.
East China Normal University, China
Distribution and characteristics of heronries and their adaptation to urbanization in Shanghai Jianjian Lu, Mingyi Jiang, The State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research East China Normal University, China
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  10:15-12:30
 
The effect of artificial forest on methane emission from freshwater wetland
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  10:15-12:30
 

Lundholm, J.T.
Saint Mary's University, Canada
Experimental tests of plant biodiversity effects on green roof ecosystem services
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

Luque, S.
Cemagref-IRSTEA National Research Institute for the Environment, France
Landscape heterogeneity drivers and related biodiversity components: a multiscale analysis of spatial heterogeneity in forest landscapes and associated services
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  10:15-12:35
 

Lute, M.L.
Michigan State University, USA
Public perceptions about the relationship and role of science and politics in conservation: insights from wolf management in Michigan
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 64 - Carnivore conservation in human-dominated systems: Ecological, ethical and social dimensions  -  09:30-12:30
 

Lu, X.G.
Key laboratory of Wetland Ecology and Environment, Institute of Northeast Geography and Agrocology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Structures change, factions variation and its ecological effects under terrestrialization and paludificaiton successions of wetland systems in Sanjiang Plain, China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Lv, M.L.
Northeast Normal University, China
Carbon fluxes for typical wetlands in different climates of China: a review
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Lwanga, J.S.
Makerere University, Uganda
Research and societal benefits of the Makerere University Biological Field Station, Kibale, Uganda
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 29 Cont. - Tropical rain forest field stations and long-term ecological research  -  4:45-6:45
 

Ma, A.
East China Normal University, China
Effects of Phragmites australis on methane emission from a brackish estuarine wetland
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  10:15-12:30
 
Net Ecosystem exchange of carbon and tidal effects in Chongxi Wetland, Yangtze Estuary
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Maass, M.
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
Ecosystem services of tropical dry forests: long term ecological and social research on the pacific coast of Mexico
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 26 - Interactions among ecosystem services and human behavior: Thresholds, stable states, and trade-offs in response to climate and anthropogenic change  -  3:15-4:15
 

Macedo, M.
Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC), USA
Reconciling forest conservation and agricultural expansion in the Amazon's agricultural frontier
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

MacIvor, J.S.
York University, Canada
Green roofs as habitat for wild bees in city landscapes
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

MacNair, D.
Cardno ENTRIX, USA
Benefits transfer and ecosystem service valuation applications: potential and pitfalls
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 
Ecosystem services valuation by local stakeholders: case study in the San Pedro river basin
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 

Ma, L.
Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China
Investigation of soil fertility and productivity of different land use patterns in resettlement region in the areas near to the three gorges dam
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 58 Cont. - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  09:30-12:30
 

MA, L.
Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Analysis of population, land resources, economic status and ecological environment in the areas of head part of the three gorges reservoir
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Mallik, A.
Lakehead University, Canada
Ecology of compounding disturbance: Clearcutting plus prescribed burning does not emulate natural disturbance (wildfire) in a boreal forest plant community
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  11:00-12:30
 
Understanding edge influence on vegetation in boreal forests
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 

Malltezi, J.
Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania
Spatial and temporal distribution patterns of macronutrients, heavy metals, pesticides and pathogens in butrinti lagoon ecosystem in Albania
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:30-12:30
 

Malone-Lee, L.C.
Centre fro Sustainable Asian Cities, School of Design and Environment, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Benchmarking biodiversity in the city: Proposed framework for a multi-dimensional approach  in the context of sustainable urban growth
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 10 - Green City Lab – Bringing the Ecosystem Services Approach to the City  -  10:30-12:30
 

Malpass, J.S.
The Ohio State Universty, School of Environment and Natural Resources, USA
Unintended consequences: how anthropogenic resources may negatively affect urban songbirds
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Mantilla-Contreras, J.
University of Hildesheim, Institute of Biology and Chemistry, Germany
Influence of climate and land use changes on low lying baltic coastal habitats
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  09:30-12:30
 
Restoration of open landscape habitats in Europe
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Wks 04 - Restoration of open landscape habitats in Europe  -  3:15-4:15 - continues at 4:45
 

Maren, I.E.
University of Bergen, Norway
Forest disturbance effects and forest resilience depend on plant functional group
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Måren, I.E.
Department of Geography, University of Bergen, Norway
From local adaptation to industrial production: loss of sustainability at the west coast of Norway
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Margulies, J.D.
Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, Johns Hopkins University, USA
No-till agriculture in the USA: Problems and prospects
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  11:00-12:30
 
Planning for wildlife persistence in the tea plantation landscape of the Nilgiris, India
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Mark, B.G.
Ohio State University, USA
Hydrologic transformation and human resilience to climate change in the Peruvian Andes
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 12 - Ecosystem Change in Polar and Alpine Environments  -  10:30-12:30
 

Marmillion, V.
America's WETLAND Foundation, USA
Building a resilient gulf coast
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  11:00-12:30
 

Marois, D.E.
The Ohio State University, USA
Hydrologic modelling of tidal creeks for mangrove forest restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Maron, M.
The University of Queensland, Australia
When and why to intervene: Culling native species for restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Marshall, W.G.
SUNY ESF, USA
Measuring ecological complexity: a meta-analysis of the theory and application of social ecological systems
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 

Martinez-Balleste, A.
Instituto Nacional de Ecología, Mexico
Effect of the fence constructed in the border region on the wildlife species populations shared between Mexico and USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Martinez-Cruz, A.L.
University of Maryland, USA
Conservation of vaquita marina, what fishermen participate?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:15-10:30
 

Martinez-Fernandez, J.
Departamento de Ecología e Hidrología, Universidad de Murcia, Spain
A dynamic model on urban sprawl and sustainability of Mediterranean traditional irrigated lands: the case of Huerta de Murcia (Southeastern Spain)
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 10 - Green City Lab – Bringing the Ecosystem Services Approach to the City  -  10:30-12:30
 
Forest response to climatic change: coupling demographic dynamics and regeneration with the expected changes on habitat suitability. The case of Tetraclinis articulata
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 42 Cont. - Forest regeneration and climate change  -  11:00-12:30
 
Trade-offs in biodiversity conservation and nutrients removal in wetlands of arid intensive agricultural basins: the case of Mar Menor (Southeastern Spain)
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 51 - Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 

Martin, J.
The Ohio State University, USA
Pathogen removal by constructed riparian wetlands during variable hydrologic conditions in central Ohio
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Restoring water storage and purification with rain gardens
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Ma, S.M.
China Agricultural University, China
Remediation of Cd contaminated soil by earthworm-plant-microorganism ecosystem
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Maschinski, J.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, USA
Breeding history influences long-term field survival of experimental introductions of Jacquemontia reclinata
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

Ma, T.Y.
Capital Normal University, China
The response of plant communities to soil moisture and salinity conditions in typical wetlands of Beijing area
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Matheny, A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Mechanistic linking of stomata conductance to soil moisture using a tree level hydrodynamic model
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Matlock, M.
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA
Quantifying ecosystem services change at the field and watershed scales- a case study from northwest arkansas
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Mattei, J.H.
Sacred Heart University, USA
The restoration of the mouth of the Housatonic River, CT: One point at a time
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  11:00-12:30
 

Matthews, J.C.
Battelle Memorial Institute, USA
Aging water infrastructure: impact on water quality and innovative solutions for improvement
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 34 Cont. - Watershed approach: Managing water quality from headwaters to the coast  -  4:45-6:45
 

Matthews, S.N.
Ohio State University, USA
It takes more than a map: using species distribution models to inform conservation in response to climate change requires understanding determinates of species patterns
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  10:15-12:30
 

Mavrommati, G.
Michigan State University, USA
Biological integrity as a condition for efficient intergenerational welfare: A bioeconomic approach to sustainable development
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:15-10:30
 

May, P.I.
Biohabitats, USA
A pilot ecologically engineered algal treatment system used to improve water quality on Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  4:00-5:45
 
The use of an algal eco-technology to clean wastewater and create a biofuel in New York City
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:30-12:30
 

McCarten, N.F.
Institute for Ecohydrology Research, USA
Ecohydrology of hardpan vernal pools in the central valley of california and the response of native vernal pool plants to climate change
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:15-10:30
 

McCarthy, H.R.
University of Oklahoma, USA
Patterns of tree water use in the Los Angeles urban forest
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 44 Cont. - Biogeochemistry of green infrastructure in the urban environment  -  11:00-12:30
 

McClain, M.E.
UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, The Netherlands
Linking hydrology, ecology, and livelihood sustainability in East African river catchments
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

McCluskey, E.
The Ohio State University, USA
Species distribution modeling for the eastern massasauga rattlesnake (sistrurus catenatus catenatus)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

McCreery, A.C.
Ohio State University, USA
Change in transportation ecoefficiency: the influence of local and state government in U.S. metropolitan areas
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

McDermott, M.E.
The Ohio State University, USA
Ecology of mixed-species flocks in shaded monocultures and silvopastures in the Colombian Andes
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  3:15-4:15
 

McDowell, W.H.
University of New Hampshrie, USA
Consequences of climate and land use change for ecosystems and ecosystem services in New Hampshire
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 26 Cont. - Interactions among ecosystem services and human behavior: Thresholds, stable states, and trade-offs in response to climate and anthropogenic change  -  4:45-6:45
 

McEwan, R.W.
University of Dayton, USA
Cross-habitat and cross-kingdom biodiversity effects: riparian forest invasion regulates aquatic macroinvertebrate and microbial communities
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  09:15-10:30
 

McGrath, B.P.
Parsons The New School for Design, USA
The ecology and architecture of the city: urban ecological design beyond landscape
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 46 Cont. - ESA Symposia - Connecting the science of ecology to practice: opportunities for facilitating Earth stewardship  -  11:00-12:30
 

McHale, M.R.
North Carolina State University, USA
Urban ecology in a developing world:  how advanced socio-ecological theory needs Africa
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 46 Cont. - ESA Symposia - Connecting the science of ecology to practice: opportunities for facilitating Earth stewardship  -  11:00-12:30
 

McKay, S.K.
US Army Corps of Engineers, USA
Identifying thresholds in ecological response to river discharge using effectiveness analysis
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  4:00-5:45
 

McKenney, B.A.
The Nature Conservancy, USA
Development by design: blending landscape conservation planning and the mitigation hierarchy
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 03 - Landscape-scale tradable credit systems for biodiversity  -  10:30-12:30
 

McLellan, E.
Environmental Defense Fund, USA
It's the hydrology, stupid: landscape-scale solutions to algal blooms and dead zones caused by nutrient loading in major watersheds
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  09:15-10:30
 

McPhearson, P.T.
The New School Tishman Environment and Design Center, USA
Assessing urban forest restoration effects on vegetation dynamics and plant-soil interactions in New York City urban parkland 
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  4:00-5:45
 
Non-economic ecosystem services assessment of urban land in the New York City social-ecological system
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 33 Cont. - Urban demand and environmental requirements for ecosystem services  -  4:45-6:45
 

McSpadden Gardener, B.B.
The Ohio State University-OARDC, USA
A microbial alternative to chemical fertilizers: Plant growth promotion by symbiotic algal & bacterial inoculants
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Mejaski, J.
Dept of Biology and Marine Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA
Network analysis of the urban water metabolism of Wilmington, North Carolina: evaluating alternative recycling scenarios for city sustainability
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Mekuriaw, A-D.
Andhra University, India
Promoting conservation and sustainable use through access and benefit sharing systems: Analysis of policies, laws and practices of biodiversity-rich, developing/poor economies: Case of Ethiopia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Melathopoulos, A.P.
Dalhousie University, Canada
To bee an ecosystem service or not to bee? A review of the inclusion of domesticated insect species as pollination ecosystem services and its implications
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  3:15-4:15
 

Meng, H.
East China Normal University, China
Habitat restoration for salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) in Washington harbor
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Mercer, K.L.
The Ohio State University, USA
Patterns of adaptive variation in landrace crops: implications for climate change
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 23 Cont. - Evolutionary processes and restoration: Managing for long-term success  -  4:45-6:45
 

Mertz, K.
BHE Environmental, Inc., USA
Habitat conservation planning for the west virginia northern flying squirrel: an appalachian species gliding towards recovery
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Michener, W.K.
University of New Mexico, USA
Transforming ecological research through data, information, and knowledge management
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 32 Cont. - Ecoinformatics tools assisting in sustainable ecosystem management  -  4:45-6:45
 

Miller, K.A.
The University of Melbourne, Australia
Ecological responses to altered flow regimes: Systematic analysis of the literature in eco evidence to inform environmental science and management
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:30-12:30
 

Miller, T.E.
Florida State University, USA
On using long-term census data to inform conservation and restoration of coastal sand-dune habitats in the northern Gulf of Mexico
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 40 - A day at the beach: Restoration of the ecosystems services provided by sand dunes  -  09:15-10:30
 

Minty, C.
RBGE, UK
Las Cuevas Researh Station, Belize
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 29 Cont. - Tropical rain forest field stations and long-term ecological research  -  4:45-6:45
 

Mischkolz, J.
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Restoring mixed-grass rangeland with native grass and legumes: finding the right mix
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Miscicki, S.
Department of Forest Management, Geomatics and Forest Economics, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
Natural regeneration of forest: the effect of canopy diversity on diversity of seedlings and saplings and the influence of a new tree generation diversity on a tree species composition in the future
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Mishra, S.K.
US Geological Survey, USA
Landscape level ecological integrity indices: an application to the Great Basin
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Mitchell, M.G.E.
McGill University, Canada
Landscape structure affects ecosystem service provision and biodiversity in an agricultural landscape
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  10:30-12:30
 

Mitsch, W.J.
Ohio State University, USA
A cooperative role with the planetary life support system: ecological engineering and restoration of wetlands for their ecosystem services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Plenary Session 4  -  2:00-3:30
 
Balancing carbon sequestration and methane emissions in the world's wetlands
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 
Ecological engineering in times of energy scarcity
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 51 Cont. - Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands  -  4:00-5:45
 
Past and future of ecological engineering and ecosystem services
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  09:30-12:30
 
Protecting the Everglades wetlands with wetlands: Temporal patterns and mesocosm experiments related to stormwater treatment
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 36 - Restoring the Florida Everglades  -  3:15-4:15
 
Sea level rise and climate change: The importance of large-scale restoration projects in maintaining wetlands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  09:15-10:30
 
When will ecologists learn engineering and engineers learn ecology? Nature waits
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 Cont. - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  4:00-5:45
 

Moen, J.
Umea University, Sweden
Trade-offs and synergies among ecosystem services from boreal forests
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 56 - Boreal forests in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 

Moffett, K.B.
Stanford University, USA
Wetland vegetation and soil chemistry zonation: cause and effect, or two sides of the same coin?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 06 - Sediment chemistry and dynamics of natural and restored wetlands  -  10:30-12:30
 

Mohd Helmi, M.H.
Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia
Sustainability in higher education: priorities for implementing sustainability from academicians' perspective
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Monteiro, J.M.G.
Embrapa Soil, Brazil
Soil organic carbon stocks under forest and pasture in the atlantic forest biome of Southeast Brazil
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  10:30-12:30
 

Montezuma, R.C.M.
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Hydrological dynamics in the slope/plain (forest/city) interface in Pedra Branca Massif, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Landscape changes and ecosystem services of a urban forest in Rio de Janeiro/Brasil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Urban expansion and environmental legislation: a critical analysis of the Rio de Janeiro municipality
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Moon, W.
Southern Illinois University, USA
Proposing a new system of global governance for agricultural trade
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:15-10:30
 

Moraes, A.R.
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Assessment of indicators for analysis of changes in tropical wetlands environmental services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Moran, E.V.
NIMBioS, USA
Modeling the effects of plant genetic identity and pollutants on the population dynamics of a forest pest
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  11:00-12:30
 

Morrison, E.H.J.
University of Leicester, UK
Public perceptions of papyrus: establishing priorities for the restoration and management of wetlands at Lake Naivasha, Kenya
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Morrow, C.R.
Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks, USA
Restoring forests and vernal pools through the wildlife habitat incentives program (WHIP) special projects, NRCS
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Morse, J.L.
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, USA
Biogeochemical tradeoffs and time lags in a large-scale coastal plain wetland restoration project
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  10:15-12:35
 

Mosley-Thompson, E.
Byrd Polar Research Center, The Ohio State University, USA
Global cryospheric loss: an overview of the issue
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 12 - Ecosystem Change in Polar and Alpine Environments  -  10:30-12:30
 

Mouser, P.J.
The Ohio State University, USA
Factors influencing microbial gas production rates in wetland sediments
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 

Mueller, B.
Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development (IOER), Dresden, Germany
Integrative urban and regional climate change adaptation strategies - the way ahead
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Mueller, F.
Institute for Natural Resource Conservation, University of Kiel, Germany
Ecosystem integrity and ecosystem services
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 57 Cont. - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  09:30-12:30
 

Mulebeke, R.
Kyambogo University, Uganda
Soil moisture dynamics under different tillage pratices in cassava-sorghum based cropping systems in eastern Uganda
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:30-12:30
 

Müller, B.
Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Germany
Adaptation to climate change - challenges for cities and regions: an international dialogue
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Wks 13 - Adaptation to climate change - Challenges for cities and regions: An international dialogue  -  10.15-12.15
 

Muneepeerakul, R.
Arizona State University, USA
Shifts that divide populations
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  11:00-12:30
 

Murphy, D.J.
Northern Illinois University, USA
A preliminary estimate of the loss of ecosystem services due to the extraction of natural gas in the Marcellus Shale
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 57 Cont. - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  09:30-12:30
 

Mushet, D.M.
U.S. Geological Survey, USA
The wetland continuum: A conceptual model of biophysical functions supporting production of ecosystem services
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  10:15-12:35
 

Muturi, G.M.
Kenya Forestry Research Institute, Kenya
Allelopathy of Prosopis litter decreases spatial temporal occurrence of Acacia tortilis in Turkwel riverine forest, in Northern Kenya
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Mwampamba, T.H.
Centro de Investigaciones en Ecosistemas, UNAM, Mexico
What formal rules and informal terms of use of natural resources can tell us about cross-organizational valuation of biodiversity and ecosystem services: the case of forest management bylaws in Tanzania
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 14 - Applying an analytical framework for sustainability science across contrasting biophysical, cultural, and institutional contexts  -  10:30-12:30
 

Nahlik, A.M.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Corvallis, USA
Using soil isotopes as an indicator of denitrification in wetlands
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 35 Cont. - Ecosystem sustainability from the Olentangy to the Yangtze  -  4:45-6:45
 

Nairn, R.W.
University of Oklahoma, USA
Ecological engineering to restore drastically disturbed watersheds: from Superfund to 16,000 feet
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 35 Cont. - Ecosystem sustainability from the Olentangy to the Yangtze  -  4:45-6:45
 

Nakayama, T.
National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
Toward early-warning integrated system by meta-ecosystem analysis in mire
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 49 Cont. - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  09:30-12:30
 

Nasong'o, S.A.A.
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Gendered control over household resources and its impact on carbon finance initiatives in the Nyando River basin, Kenya
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 67 - Climate change and human activity in arid Central Asia: lessons from the past  -  09:30-12:30
 

Neale, A.C.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, USA
Identifying nature's benefits, deficits, and opportunities for equitable distribution in populated places: a high-resolution component of the national atlas for sustainability
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  10:30-12:30
 
The national atlas for sustainability- mapping ecosystem services indicators for the US
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Nedrich, S.M.
The Ohio State University, USA
Estimating sedimentation in riverine wetlands over 15 years
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 06 - Sediment chemistry and dynamics of natural and restored wetlands  -  10:30-12:30
 

Nel, J.L.
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), South Africa
Use of systematic conservation planning to identify priority areas for managing the health of freshwater ecosystems and their associated biodiversity and ecosystem services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Nelson, S.M.
Independent Researcher, USA
Delta dynamics: Effects of tides, river flows and a major earthquake on Ciénega de Santa Clara in the Colorado River Delta
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 22 Cont. - Cienega de Santa Clara: Creating a sustainable future for an anthropogenic wetland in the Sonoran Desert  -  4:45-6:45
 

Newton, A.
NILU-Center of Ecology and Economics, Norway
Community-based management of environmental challenges in Latin America
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  11:00-12:30
 

Nguyen, C.T.
University of Florida, USA
Nutrient limitation and avaialbility in the Southern Florida slash pine forest after a fire
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ngwenya, B.
University of Botswana, Botswana
Reading the weather: how local farmers mitigate climate change and variability in the Okavango Delta of Botswana
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Nicolette, J.P.
ENVIRON International Corporation, USA
Ecosystem service valuation in environmental decision-making: Net ecosystem service analysis
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Niebuhr, B.B.S.
Federal University of Paraná, Brazil
Should I come back or should I go on? A study of Lévy walk models of central-place foraging
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Nordtveit, E.
University of Bergen, Norway
Development of evidence based legal models for ecosystem and biodiversity protection and recovery
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 

Normand, L.
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, Canada
Biodiversity should be biodistribution
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 

Ntakirutimana, T.
Chongqing University, China
Pollution and potential ecological risk assessment of heavy metals in Lake Donghu, Central China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Nunes, A.
Centre for Environmental Biology, Lisbon University, Portugal
Plant functional response to desertification and land degradation in Mediterranean woodlands – contribution to restoration strategies
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Nyamai, P.A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Initial seedling densities following a variable retention harvest in a mixed-pine forest ecosystem of the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Obasi, M.N.
Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Nigeria
Imperatives of resolving the Niger Delta conflicts for growth and development
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Rural roads and other rural infrastructural needs in Imo State: a look at the private sector capital infusion initiative
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Oberholster, P.J.
CSIR: NRE, South Africa
Development of river and lake phosphorus sensitivity indexes for mitigation and management purposes on catchment level
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  10:15-12:35
 

Obolewski, K.
Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Poland
Effects of oxbow lakes reconnection on macroinvertebrate communities: a case study of the Słupia River, N Poland
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  09:30-12:30
 

Odiwe, A.I.
Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
Evaluation of understorey species diversity in a 10-year Tectona grandis plantation in tropical rainforest in Ile-Ife, Southwestern Nigeria
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ogbonna, P.C.
Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Nigeria
Heavy metal pollution in soil and cocoa bean at Ikwuano, Nigeria
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
Metal contamination of selected forest fruits in umuahia city market, Nigeria
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ohe, Y.
Chiba University, Japan
Evaluating operators' attitudes on emerging educational service in agriculture: evidence from Japan
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Oladele, A-T.
University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Medicinal plants conservation by traditional medicine practitioners (TMPs) in Aiyedaade local government area of Osun State, Nigeria
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Oliver King, E.D.I.
M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, India
Resilience, empowerment of tribal peoples and access to markets in the context of community biodiversity management in Kolli hills, India
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 19 - Community resilience: Strategies for empowerment in agrobiodiversity management and adaptation  -  3:15-4:15
 

Olsson, O.
Lund University, Sweden
A model for biodiversity in mosaic landscapes - ecology meets economics
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 37 Cont. - Can we use above and belowground ecosystem services to promote sustainable production of food, biofuels and biodiversity in agriculture?  -  11:00-12:30
 

Oluduro, O.F.
University of Ghent, Belgium
The legal implications of gas flaring on climate change in Nigeria
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Olwell, P.
Bureau of Land Management, USA
The national interagency native plant materials development program: creating options for an uncertain future 
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 16 - The use of native plants for large scale restoration in a changing world  -  10:30-12:30
 

O'Neill, T.A.O.
Northwest Habitat Institute, USA
Valuing ecosystem functions and services using CHAP
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  10:30-12:30
 

Opdam, P.F.M.
Wageningen University Land Use Planning group, The Netherlands
Green infrastructure and landscape services as planning concepts: Informing local actors about how value can be created by intervening in the spatial pattern of landscapes
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  10:15-12:35
 

Opeolu, B.O.
Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa
Abatement of Cr6+ and Pb2+ from aqueous matrices using sugarcane biomass
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Opperman, J.
The Nature Conservancy, USA
Social, economic, and ecological benefits of integrated floodplain-reservoir management
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  4:00-5:45
 

Ostapowicz, K.A.
Jagiellonian University, Poland
Landscape integrated model for fragmentation and connectivity assessment
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  10:15-12:30
 

Ota, T.
School of Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan
Integrating assessment method of ecosystem services based on objective supply and subjective value for biodiversity offset banking: a case of hypothetical restored forest ecosystem in Aichi prefecture, Japan
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Pace, B.A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Growth analysis and physiological features of landrace maize across an altitudinal gradient
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Padoa-Schioppa, E.
University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Predicting patterns of reptile biodiversity in remote regions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  11:00-12:30
 

Paerl, H.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Review of 30 years of watershed phosphorus management and options to improve the trophic state of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, USA
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  10:15-12:35
 

Paerl, H.W.
University of North Carolina, Institute of Marine Sciences, USA
Managing harmful cyanobacterial blooms in a world experiencing human- and climatically-mediated change
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  10:15-12:35
 

Palik, D.
Ohio State University, USA
Relative competitive abilities of cultivated vs. wild switchgrass (Panicum virgatum): implications for new biofuel cultivars
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Palmer, K.
Massey University, New Zealand
Improving the effectiveness of statutory planning in recognising the importance of wetlands for resilient urban environments
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  10:15-12:30
 

Palmer, M.A.
University of Maryland, USA
The slippery slope of a paradigm shift: restoring ecosystems vs. restoring ecosystem services
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 
The state of knowledge on restoration of ecosystem services in running-waters
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 54 - Restoring ecosystem services in aquatic systems - Do production functions that support ecosystem services meet restoration needs?  -  10:15-12:35
 

Palmer, M.I.
Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, Columbia University, USA
Plant, arthropod, and microbial communities on New York City green roofs: Assembly, development, and function
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

Palsule, V.
University of Toledo Lake Erie Center, USA
Does viral load of VHS virus change over the course of infection in immersion challenged and injection challenged yellow perch?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Pana, A.
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Impact of different baselines on optimal harvesting, effectiveness and robustness of REDD projects
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  4:00-5:45
 

Pandey, A.K.
Tropical Forest Research Institute, India
Sustainable harvesting: an approach to restoration and sustainable management of NTFP resources in Central India
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Pandit, A.
Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Infrastructure ecology: A resilience based approach to sustainability of urban infrastructure systems
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  10:15-12:30
 

Pan, G.
Research Center for Eco-environmental Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
In situ technology for eutrophication control in shallow waters: removing, converting and recycling nutrients for sustainable food web
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  10:15-12:35
 

Pankrat, C.D.
John F. Kennedy Universiy, USA
Recycling habits in the United States
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Papsidero AICP, V.
City of Columbus, Ohio, USA
Darby accord: joint planning and implementation in a critical watershed
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 10 - Green City Lab – Bringing the Ecosystem Services Approach to the City  -  10:30-12:30
 

Parcell, R.T.
Sacred Heart University, USA
The restoration of the mouth of the Housatonic River, CT: the intertidal zone
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Parker, D.C.
University of Waterloo, Canada
Linking land markets, landscape pattern, and ecosystem function in North American residential landscapes
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 Cont. - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  4:00-5:45
 

Parrott, L.
Université de Montréal, Canada
Hybrid ecological models to inform management and conservation decisions in landscapes inhabited by endangered species
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 32 Cont. - Ecoinformatics tools assisting in sustainable ecosystem management  -  4:45-6:45
 

Pascual, M.
Azti-Tecnalia, Spain
Marine biodiversity valuation in the Basque coast (Bay of Biscay): Using tools in marine spatial planning and the European marine strategy framework directive
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 62 - Estimating ecosystem services with ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:35
 

Patten, B.C.
Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia, USA
Link tracking: environs as implicate order in compartmental networks 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 Cont. - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  11:00-12:30
 

Pearce, M.
Rare, USA
Constituency, capacity, and conservation: enabling community-based marine stewardship for resource use and conservation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Pedersen, C.
Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute, Norway
Farmland birds in Norway: relationships between bird presence and land use
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  4:00-5:45
 

Pederson, N.
Tree Ring Laboratory of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and Columbia University, USA
Episodic recruitment at regional and sub-continental scales in gap dynamic forests
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 42 Cont. - Forest regeneration and climate change  -  11:00-12:30
 

Pedlar, J.H.
Canadian Forest Service, Canada
Assisted migration and forestry in Canada
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  11:00-12:30
 

Peng, R.H.
Center for Earth System Science, Institute for Global Change, Tsinghua University, China
From 'no invasion' to 'innovation': The role of local knowledge in the invasion ecology of cordgrass-invaded mangrove ecosystem, South China
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 61 - The role of knowledge in effective human-ecological system interactions  -  10:15-12:35
 

Pennings, S.C.
University of Houston, USA
The role of marsh crabs in resilience of southeastern US salt marshes to sea level rise
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 24 - Salt marshes: Ecology, disturbance and restoration  -  3:15-4:15
 

Periago, M.E.
IMBIV, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales - Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina
Vertebrate fauna as perceived by local farmers: Ecosystem service or dis-service?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Peroni, N.
Departamento de Ecology and Zoology, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Resilience, biodiversity and landscapes: opportunities for sustainable development reserves in Brasil
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 19 Cont. - Community resilience: Strategies for empowerment in agrobiodiversity management and adaptation  -  4:45-6:45
 

Perry, K.I.
The Ohio State University, USA
Emerald ash borer induced ash mortality impacts forest floor invertebrates and litter decomposition rates
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  10:30-12:30
 

Peters, M.P.
Northern Research Station, USDA Forest Service, USA
Semi-automated delineation of core boundaries of potential suitable habitats of tree species
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Peterson, S.B.
Teal Partners, USA
Stakeholder involvement in a large-scale wetlands restoration project
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 Cont. - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  11:00-12:30
 

Peukert, S.
Rothamsted Research, UK
Linking multiple ecosystem service and socio-economic research at the farm-scale: preliminary findings of the Farm Platform
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Pezzuti, J.C.B.
Universidade Federal do Pará, Brazil
Community-based river turtle conservation in the lower Amazon, Brazil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Pfeiffer, Jr, J.J.P.
KCI Technologies Inc., USA
Ecosystem restoration with guerilla tactics:  Restoration of grand lake st. marys ecosystem through economic development
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 34 Cont. - Watershed approach: Managing water quality from headwaters to the coast  -  4:45-6:45
 

Pham, P.T.
Hanoi University of Science and Technology, Viet Nam
Extending the SubWet model to study the role of algae and zooplankton in the free water surface wetland
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  4:00-5:45
 

Philipp, K.R.
Wetlands Research Services, USA
Variability of sedimentation rates in large-scale wetlands restoration projects
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 Cont. - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  3:30-4:30
 

Philippot, L.
INRA, France
Bridging microbial community ecology and nitrogen cycling in soil
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 65 - Denitrification regulating climate change and other ecosystem services: From large scale processes to community ecology  -  09:30-12:30
 

Phillips, B.W.
Ohio State University, USA
Habitat additions and the effects observed on bees, natural enemies and pests in ohio pumpkin crops
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Phillips, S.
Oxbow River & Stream Restoration, Inc., USA
Can assessment of stream restoration projects describe functional success or failure?  Ecosystem results of water quality improvements from stream restoration projects in Ohio
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  4:00-5:45
 
Clover groff stream restoration project, Columbus, ohio
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Piegay, H.
University of Lyon, France
Characterizing fluvial features at the network-scale: methodological approaches and examples in the Rhône Basin (France)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 45 - Ecogeomorphology: A biophysical framework for river science  -  09:15-10:30
 

Pierce, L.R.
University of Toledo Lake Erie Center, USA
Detection of Fish Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia virus (VHSv) using StaRT-PCR: enhanced quality controls with internal standards
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Pilgrim, E.M.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA
Applying next-generation DNA sequencing technology to aquatic bioassessment
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  4:00-5:45
 

Pinho, P.
UTL, IST, CERENA, Portugal
Can changes in the vegetation structure be used to determine critical thresholds for vegetation in the transition between semi-arid and sub-humid climate?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Functional diversity as ecological indicator of global change in terrestrial ecosystems
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  4:00-5:45
 
Lichen functional diversity as a tool for assessing the first effects of climate change: developing an early-warning ecological indicator
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Microclimate matters for the regeneration of abandoned agriculture areas in a semi-arid environment
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
Physiological effects of atmospheric ammonia on four lichen species
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Pinto, R.
IMAR - Institute of Marine Research, Department of Life Sciences, University of Coimbra, Largo Marquês de Pombal, Portugal
Ecosystem services and ecological status improvement: Determinants of willingness-to-pay values for water quality and its role for decision-making.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  10:30-12:30
 

Pintor, L.M.
University of Georgia, USA
Meta-analysis reveals positive effects of non-native prey on native predators and suggests an additive nature of invasions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  09:15-10:30
 

Piperata, B.
Ohio State University, USA
Food, Water and the Environment
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Forum 2 - Food, water and the environment part 1  -  10:30-12:30
 

Polasky, S.
University of Minnesota, USA
Can other forms of capital substitute for natural capital?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 07 - Moving integration forward in assessing impacts of global change across scales and processes  -  10:30-12:30
 
Can other forms of capital substitute for natural capital?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 14 - Applying an analytical framework for sustainability science across contrasting biophysical, cultural, and institutional contexts  -  10:30-12:30
 

Pollino, C.A.
CSIRO Land and Water, Australia
Exploring ecological outcomes in hydro-ecological systems within an ecosystem services framework: a case study in the Murray Darling Basin, Australia
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 31 Cont. - Integrated modelling for ecosystem services  -  4:45-6:45
 

Polster, D.
Polster Environmental Services Ltd., Canada
The use of natural processes for the restoration of drastically disturbed sites
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 11 - Protecting and restoring severely degraded terrestrial ecosystems  -  10:30-12:30
 

Pompêo, C.A.
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Establishment of a water quality indicator to a rapid assessment protocol for urban stream condition assessment
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Poo, D.
Universidad Andres Bello, Ecology and Natural Resources Faculty, Chile
An unknown neighbor: the cultural myths concerning the lesser grison
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 
What do you know and what do you like: assessing the relation between knowledge and attitude toward wild carnivores in central Chile
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Porensky, L.M.
University of California, Davis, USA
Maximizing ecological benefits and minimizing degradation associated with livestock corrals in an African savanna
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Prajzner, S.P.
The Ohio State University, USA
Bee diversity and pollination services provided to urban garden and turf-based vacant lot habitats
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Prasad, A.M.
USDA Forest Service, USA
Modelling the colonization potential of tree habitats for multiple species in the eastern United States
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  10:15-12:30
 

Prieto, F.
State Agency for the Evaluation of Public Policies and Service Quality, Spain
Ecosystem service and land-cover change patterns in Spain
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Puettmann, K.J.
Oregon State University, USA
A new science basis: Managing boreal forests as complex adaptive systems
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 56 - Boreal forests in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 

Pulselli, F.M.
University of Siena, Italy
An input/state/output representation of ecological systems by means of systems ecology functions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 Cont. - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  11:00-12:30
 

Qi, J.
State Key Joint Laboratory of Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control, School of Environment, Beijing Normal University, China
Low-carbon eco-industrial park and its evaluation framework
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Qin, B-Q.
Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
The cyanobacterial bloom formation related to nutrient enrichment and environmental conditions
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  10:15-12:35
 

Qin, P.
School of Life Sciences Nanjing University, China
The allelopathy involved in the substitution of Spartina alterniflora by Phragmites australis
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 24 Cont. - Salt marshes: Ecology, disturbance and restoration  -  4:45-6:45
 

Qubbaj, M.R.
Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, USA
The effect of scaling and connection on the sustainability of a socio-economic system
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 Cont. - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  11:00-12:30
 

Queenborough, S.A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Defense varies during leaf development in tropical seedlings, shedding light into herbivory-mediated patterns of biodiversity
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Racevskis, L.A.
University of Florida, USA
Coastal ecosystem services and sea level rise in Florida: understanding public perceptions and values
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  3:15-4:15
 

Rahman, M.A.
University of Manchester, UK
Trees in cities: Growth conditions and cooling
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  10:30-12:30
 

Ramamoorthy, D.
Pondicherry University, India
Impacts of anthropogenic activities on species diversity in tropical dry evergreen forest of the coromandel coast of peninsular India
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ram, H.
Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India
Scope of rice straw mulching for enhancing water use efficiency in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) under changing climate in Indogangetic Plains of India
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 67 - Climate change and human activity in arid Central Asia: lessons from the past  -  09:30-12:30
 

Rankin, E.
Ohio University, USA
Monitoring results from stream restoration projects on downsteam water resources and ecosystem function at the watershed scale
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Rapaglia, J.
Sacred Heart University, USA
The impact of shipping vessels' pressure wakes of contaminant redistribution in coastal zones
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  3:15-4:15
 

Rapi, S.
University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Aquaponics; A portable farming system for producing organic products without soil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 
Carbon fixation of Kappaphycus alvarezii and Eucheuma denticulatum
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Raut, N.
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway
Effects of agricultural intensification on soil nitrous oxide emission in Mid-Hills of Nepal
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ray, S.
Visva-Bharati University, India
Modelling of carbon cycling from mangrove litter to the adjacent Hooghly estuary, India
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:15-10:30
 

Rea, A.W.
US EPA, Office of Research and Development, USA
ecosystem services: a way to improve ecological risk assessment and sustainable decision making
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  4:45-6:45
 

Read, L.K.
Tufts University, USA
Advancing decision-support tools in watershed management: A review of game theory applications in water resources
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Read, N.A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Plant residues and newspaper mulch effects on weed emergence and crop performance
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  10:15-12:30
 

Reaver, N.G.F.
University of Toledo, USA
Energy production and water quality improvement by means of human-constructed harvested wetlands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Recknagel, F.A.
University of Adelaide, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Australia
Ecological data sharing prerequisite for generic and operational models in ecology
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 32 Cont. - Ecoinformatics tools assisting in sustainable ecosystem management  -  4:45-6:45
 

Reddy, K.R.
University of Florida, USA
Macroelemental cycling in subtropical wetland ecosystems: the Everglades as a case example
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 36 - Restoring the Florida Everglades  -  3:15-4:15
 

Redmond, A.M.
Brown and Caldwell, USA
Ecosystem banking as a means to restore ecosystem services in urbanizing watersheds
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Reed, B.C.
Group on Earth Observations, Switzerland
GEO BON: A voluntary partnership to link biodiversity observing systems
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 07 - Moving integration forward in assessing impacts of global change across scales and processes  -  10:30-12:30
 

Reeder, B.C.
Morehead State University, USA
Genesis of wetland ecology research at the Ohio State University
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 35 Cont. - Ecosystem sustainability from the Olentangy to the Yangtze  -  4:45-6:45
 

Reeson, A.
CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, Australia
Tradeoffs in offset metric design: Thoroughbred only or horses for courses?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 03 - Landscape-scale tradable credit systems for biodiversity  -  10:30-12:30
 

Reeves, J.
Ohio State University, USA
Participation in and efficiency of urban food production
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Reichert, P.
Eawag, Switzerland
The theoretical foundation of environmental decision support and its application to river management
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:15-12:30
 

Reid, M.C.
Princeton University, USA
Linking porewater dynamics and atmospheric fluxes of methane in a tidal estuarine marsh
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 Cont. - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  4:00-5:45
 
Pathways for volatilization from the wetland rhizosphere
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Reiling, S.
District of Columbia Department of the Environment, USA
Using regenerative stormwater conveyance systems to restore stream channels and create aquatic and terrestrial habitat
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  10:15-12:30
 

Reub, G.
ENVIRON International Corporation, USA
use of ecosystem services analysis to identify agricultural best management and conservation practices: a case study of citrus production in Southern Spain
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 Cont. - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  4:00-5:45
 
Using ecosystem services as a framework and tools for effective ecological restoration projects: a motivated discussion
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 53 Cont. - Planning and performing ecological restoration through the valuation of Ecosystem Services  -  4:00-5:45
 

Rhymes, J.
Bangor University, UK
The effects of nutrient contamination on soil, water and vegetation composition and biodiversity on a groundwater-dependent terrestrial ecosystem at Aberffraw, Wales
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Rice, K.B.
The Ohio State University, USA
Cascading ecological impacts of emerald ash borer: tritrophic interactions between prickly ash, giant swallowtail butterfly larvae and larval predators
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  3:15-4:15
 

Rieck, L.O.
The Ohio State University, School of Environment and Natural Resources, USA
Urban stream geomorphic stability increases fish abundance and diversity
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Rigling, A.
Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Switzerland
Sustainable land-use practices in the european alps under global change - ecosystem dynamics, socio-economic impacts and policy implications
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 07 - Moving integration forward in assessing impacts of global change across scales and processes  -  10:30-12:30
 

Riitters, K.H.
USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, USA
A novel approach to evaluating landscape resilience and risk of threshold phenomena from pattern analysis
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 55 - Structure matters – the potential of land-use pattern to contribute to ecosystem services provision  -  10:15-12:35
 

Rimhanen, K.
MTT Agrifood Research Finland, Finland
Carbon sequestration of agricultural land in two case regions of Ethiopia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Rincon, D.F.
The Ohio State University, USA
Ecological modelling to improve biological control of insect pests
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  4:00-5:45
 

Rinker, H-B.
Biodiversity Research Institute, USA
Forest systems and Gaia theory
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  10:30-12:30
 

Riseth, J.A.
Northern Research Institute Tromsø, Norway
Traditional knowledge as a guide to science and management. Learnings from Sápmi (Sámiland)
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 61 - The role of knowledge in effective human-ecological system interactions  -  10:15-12:35
 

Risien, J.M.
Institute for Natural Resources, Oregon State University, USA
Constructing virtual conservation communities of practice: what does it take?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  3:15-4:15
 

Rising, J.
Columbia University, USA
Open model for climate behaviors
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ritten, J.
University of Wyoming, USA
Can ranchers profitably provide ecosystem services? An stm approach        
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  11:00-12:30
 

Ritter, J.
Wittenberg University, USA
Recreational enhancements of an urban stream and their potential for stream restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ritter, J.B.
Wittenberg University, USA
Stormwater quality in a mixed land-use watershed, Springfield, Ohio, USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Robert, N.
French national institute of geographical and forest information, France
Can payment solve the problem of undersupply of environmental services?
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  10:30-12:30
 

Robertson, M.M.
University of Kentucky, USA
Stacking ecosystem services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  10:30-12:30
 

Robinson, C.M.
University of California, Los Angles (UCLA), USA
Impact of spatial variability of forest aboveground biomass estimation in Maine using UAVSAR and ALOS PALSAR L-band radar
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Roces-Díaz, J.V.
Departamento de Ingeniería Agroforestal, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
A multiscale analysis of ecosystem services provision and their relation with landscape pattern in agroecosystems from Northwest Spain
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Rodewald, A.D.
Ohio State University, USA
Ecological and evolutionary consequences of socioecological networks to wildlife in urban environments.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  10:30-12:30
 

Rodriguez, J.E.
Instituto de Ingenieria de la Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico
Geohydrological model of the relationship aquifer-river from the FFCC-Vado Carranza of the Colorado River with the purpose of riparian zone management
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:30-12:30
 

Roessler, S.
Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development, Germany
Ecosystem-based valuation and biodiversity in German urban areas
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 10 - Green City Lab – Bringing the Ecosystem Services Approach to the City  -  10:30-12:30
 

Rogers, H.S.
Rice University, USA
The impact of total bird loss on the forests of Guam
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 08 - Why do birds matter? Birds’ ecological functions and ecosystem services  -  10:30-12:30
 

Rogers, J.E.
US Environmental Agency, Gulf Breeze,FL, USA
A landscape based, systems dynamic model for assessing impacts of urban development on water quality for sustainable seagrass growth in Tampa Bay, Florida
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  10:15-12:30
 

Rong, X.
Department of Plant Pathology, The Ohio State University, Ohio Agriculture Research and Development Center (OARDC), USA
Marker-assisted bioprospecting of plant health-promoting microorganisms reveals unexpected diversity and ecological functions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Rosenthal, A.
Natural Capital Project, World Wildlife Fund, USA
Ecosystem service tradeoff analysis for stakeholder-led marine spatial planning: an example from Belize
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 31 Cont. - Integrated modelling for ecosystem services  -  4:45-6:45
 
Let's bundle in the jungle: the role of ecosystem service stacking in conservation
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Wks 03 - Let’s bundle in the jungle: The role of ecosystem service stacking in conservation  -  10:30-12:30
 

Ross, H.
The University of Queensland, Australia
Managing aquatic ecosystem services in an urban catchment: Brisbane and Moreton Bay, Southeast Queensland Australia
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 50 Cont. - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  4:00-5:45
 

Rosso, M.
Technical University of Turin, Italy
Morphological and ecological torrent restoration: two tailored design approaches in the Alps
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  4:00-5:45
 

Rótolo, G.C.
National Institute of Agricultural Technology, Oliveros Agricultural Experimental Station, Argentina
Integrated multi-method assessment of ecosystem services and environmental sustainability. A case of crop rotation in intensive agroecosystems of the Northern Argentina's Pampas region
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:30
 

Roux, D.J.
South African National Parks, South Africa
Conservation planning as a transdisciplinary process: Framework for reflecting on broad accountability
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:15-10:30
 

Rovzar, C.
UCLA, USA
Predicted future climate change impact on the distribution of endangered, endemic Hibiscus brackenridgei on Oahu
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Rowntree, K.M.
Rhodes University, South Africa
A political geoecological framework for the conservation and management of Africa’s riverine ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 45 - Ecogeomorphology: A biophysical framework for river science  -  09:15-10:30
 

Rowse, L.M.
The Ohio State University, USA
Exposure of songbirds to heavy metal contaminants across an urban to rural landscape
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Roy Chowdhury, R.
Indiana University, USA
The socio-ecological structure of urban residential landscapes in the USA: a comparative study
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 26 Cont. - Interactions among ecosystem services and human behavior: Thresholds, stable states, and trade-offs in response to climate and anthropogenic change  -  4:45-6:45
 

Roy, E.D.
Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences, School of the Coast and Environment, Louisiana State University, USA
Eutrophication and nutrient management in an uncertain future
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 39 - The prosperous way down  -  09:15-10:30
 

Roy, N.M.
Sacred Heart University, USA
Brief embryonic strychnine exposure causes embryonic synaptic changes and long term adult behavioral impairment in zebrafish
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Rozzi, R.
University of North Texas, USA
Field environmental philosophy: a methodological approach to counterbalance biocultural homogenization and promote earth stewardship at the southern end of the Americas
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 46 Cont. - ESA Symposia - Connecting the science of ecology to practice: opportunities for facilitating Earth stewardship  -  11:00-12:30
 

Ruiz-Vega, J.
CIIDIR Oaxaca, IPN, Mexico
Developing environmental indicators for the recovery of severely disturbed landscapes in Oaxaca, México
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ruppert, J.C.
University of Cologne, Germany
Drivers of dryland productivity - insights from a global meta-analysis
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  4:00-5:45
 

Russell, V-L.
University of Cincinnati, USA
The thin edge: Student work to support advocacy, policy, incentive, and partnerships
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sachs, M.
University of California Davis, USA
Using insights from statistical physics to model common pool resource management
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Sadinski, W.
U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center, USA
Assessing impacts of global change in wetland-upland landscape matrices along North American environmental gradients
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 07 - Moving integration forward in assessing impacts of global change across scales and processes  -  10:30-12:30
 

Sahin, O.
Griffith School of Engineering, Griffith University, Australia
Assessing coastal vulnerability and adaptation to sea level rise: A spatial temporal decision making approach
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  10:15-12:30
 

Saligman, L.E.
Conservation Collaboratives, USA
Restoring forests through rehabilitiation silviculture and voluntary carbon markets: a case study from Vermont
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Salminen, O.M.
University of Helsinki, Finland
Constructed wetland parks as a network of urban oases, Case Nummela, Municipality of Vihti, Uusimaa Region, Finland
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 66 - Ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services of ecological networks and greenways: from local to global  -  09:30-12:30
 
Landscaping for biodiversity at the Helsinki Zoo
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 38 - Contributions of zoos and conservation centers for global biodiversity solutions  -  09:15-10:30
 

Sandin, L.
Aarhus University, Denmark
Human induced drivers effecting running water ecosystems: could habitat heterogeneity counteract the consequences?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

Sang, D.T.
Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Kyushu University, Japan
Traditional ecological knowledge of indigenous ethnic minorities on bamboo uses: A case in Cat Tien Biosphere Reserve, Vietnam
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Santos del Prado Gasca, K.
Instituto Nacional de Ecología, Mexico
Conservation actions in Mexican island territory
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sasaki, T.
Tohoku University, Japan
Coupling pattern-based and process-based thresholds: Feedback mechanisms underlying threshold response of vegetation to grazing in a Mongolian shrubland
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:15-10:30
 

Sassa, S.
Port and Airport Research Institute, Japan
Role of waterfront geoenvironment as habitats in the activities of crabs, bivalves, and birds for biodiversity restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sassenrath, G.F.
USDA-ARS, USA
Enhancing the sustainability of agricultural production systems through principle-based management
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Saunders, L.L.
LMTSD, USA
Metaphyton small-scale mat conditions and their effects on diatom epiphytes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Savarese, M.
Florida Gulf Coast University, USA
Picayune Strand and the Ten Thousand Islands: a collaborative planning process to restore a drained 70,000-hectare Southwest Florida wetland ecosystem
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 36 Cont. - Restoring the Florida Everglades  -  4:45-6:45
 

Sawyer, R.D.
Conservation Centers for Species Survival, USA
Solutions for species survival through zoological partnerships:  research,  management and recovery
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 38 - Contributions of zoos and conservation centers for global biodiversity solutions  -  09:15-10:30
 

Scannell, G.C.
The Ohio State University, USA
Green solutions for wet weather management
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Schafer, K.V.R.
Rutgers University, USA
Effect of restoration on the carbon balance in the Meadowlands of New Jersey
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 09 - Restoration of the Hackensack Meadowlands in northern New Jersey  -  10:30-12:30
 
Temporal and spatial dynamics of methane fluxes in a temperate urban wetland
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 59 Cont. - Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gases in wetlands  -  4:00-5:45
 

Schelfhout, S.
Faculty of Applied Bioscience Engineering, University College Ghent, Belgium
Phytoextraction of phosphorus for ecological restoration: application of soil additives
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Schmitt Olabisi, L.
Michigan State University, USA
Promoting food security and ecological integrity: modelling smallholder organic adoption in the Philippines
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  10:15-12:30
 

Schneider, A.G.
University of Cincinnati, USA
Greenhouse gas emissions from alternative water supply processes in southern California, USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  11:00-12:30
 

Schneider, C.
Center for Environmental Systems Research, Germany
River ecosystems at risk: a large-scale impact sensitivity analysis for Europe
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  10:15-12:35
 

Schostek, R.
Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc, USA
Business leaders forum
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Forum 4 - Business leaders forum  -  09:15-10:30
 

Schuelke-Leech, B.A.
The Ohio State Universiity, USA
The nexus of energy and water policy
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:15-10:30
 

Schumm, N.L.
CPESC, USA
The history and ironies of the clean water act in America
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Schüngel, J.
Center for Environmental Systems Research, Germany
Global distribution of irrigated agricultural area: A spatio-temporal modelling approach.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 17 - Modelling farmland at various scales under climate change: From concept to application  -  10:30-12:30
 

Schuwirth, N.
Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, Switzerland
Modelling the community of macroinvertebrates in streams
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  11:00-12:30
 

Schwartz, F.W.
The Ohio State University, USA
New strategies for controlling non-point contamination in urban streams
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 34 Cont. - Watershed approach: Managing water quality from headwaters to the coast  -  4:45-6:45
 

Seavey, J.
Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida, USA
Decadal changes in oyster reefs in the Big Bend of Florida's Gulf Coast.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:30-12:30
 

Semmens, D.J.
USGS, USA
Sustaining migration: quantifying spatial subsidies to incentivize conservation of migratory species
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 
Validating a social value-transfer methodology with the application of Social Values for Ecosystem Services (SolVES) to national forests in Colorado and Wyoming
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  3:15-4:15
 

Seoane, C.E.
Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Center of Forestry Research, EMBRAPA FLORESTAS, Brazil
Effects on soil-plant attributes caused by Agrofloresta agroforestry system management
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS13 - Ecotoxicology  -  4:00-5:45
 
Social justice and economic stability through Agrofloresta, an agroecological agroforestry system from Brazil
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

Seppelt, R.
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Computational Landscape Ecology, Germany
Recent needs and perspectives for model based ecosystem service assessments
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 31 Cont. - Integrated modelling for ecosystem services  -  4:45-6:45
 

Serpantié, G.
IRD, France
The co-construction of environmental services in hydrological pes. cases in Madagascar
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Seryak, J.
Go Sustainable Energy, LLC, USA
The zero-carbon energy grid as a biomimetic system: Early concepts and quantitative tools
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Seryak, L.M.
The Ohio State University College of Public Health, USA
Lake Erie's public health-related ecosystem services: Vulnerability and value for Ohioans
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  10:30-12:30
 

Setterfield, S.A.
Charles Darwin University, Australia
Counting the costs: the impact of invasion of Australia’s tropical savannas by an introduced grass
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Shah, F.
International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Pakistan
Community perceptions on climate change in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS10 Climate & global change  -  09:15-10:30
 

Shanas, U.
University of Haifa-Oranim, Israel
Human cultural diversity enhances species diversity: The case of the Israeli-Jordanian border
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:30-12:30
 

Shandilya, K.
Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Toledo, USA
Evaluating the resilience framework for climate change in a complex world: taking the case of livelihood strategy of village social-ecological system
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Shanin, V.N.
Institute of Physico-Chemical and Biological Problems in Soil Science of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Simulating the dynamics of forest ecosystems using individual-based model EFIMOD and standard forest inventory data
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Shao, X.
College of Biological Sciences, China Agricultural University, China
Epiphyllous liverworts presence probability in relation to evergreen forest based on hyper-temporal imagery
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Shaw, N.L.
US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USA
The great basin native plant selection and increase project
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 16 - The use of native plants for large scale restoration in a changing world  -  10:30-12:30
 

Shelef, O.
French Associates Institute for Agriculture & Biotechnology of Drylands, the Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Tri-trophic underground symbiosis between a weevil, bacteria and a desert plant
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sherren, K.
Dalhousie University, Canada
Lessons from transdisciplinary research on tree decline in Australia's grazing landscapes
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

Sherwood, P.W.
The Ohio State University, USA
Testing the growth/differentiation balance and systemic induced resistance hypotheses with Austrian pine
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Shipe, J.
Williams Creek Consulting, USA
Deep green - raising the bar on environmental design: net zero water, net zero energy, net zero carbon
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Shisler, J.K.
ARCADIS, USA
Large-scale wetlands restoration: the impact of biological variability
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 Cont. - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  11:00-12:30
 

Shi, X-L.
Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology, China
The influence of elevated CO2 on phytoplankton in a eutrophic lake
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 Cont. - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  4:00-5:45
 

Shokravi, S.
University of Tehran, Iran
Integration of climate change into the environmental impact assessment of a construction project in Iran
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Shoyama, K.
National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
Evaluation of ecosystem services under land use scenarios-a case study in Japan for finding good valance of biodiversity conservation and climate change prevention
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Shurter, S.R.
White Oak Conservation Center, USA
Partnering with zoos to conserve the okapi and wildlife of the Ituri Forest, DR Congo
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 38 - Contributions of zoos and conservation centers for global biodiversity solutions  -  09:15-10:30
 

Shvidenko, A.
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria
Boreal landscapes of Northern Eurasia - a global challenge for future?
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  09:30-12:30
 

Sidle, R.C.
US EPA, ORD NERL Ecosystems Research Division, USA
Hydrogeomorphic processes in mountainous terrain: effects of land management and implications for sustainability and hazards
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 11 - Protecting and restoring severely degraded terrestrial ecosystems  -  10:30-12:30
 

Siegfried, J.E.
Brown and Caldwell, USA
Improving everglades water quality with the compartment b stormwater treatment area
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Siegmund-Schultze, M.
Technical University Berlin, Germany
Coupling substance cycles in a resettlement area of a reservoir in semi-arid Brazil: the concept of the INNOVATE Project
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Silow, E.A.
Institute of Biology, Irkutsk State University, Russia
Climate change and lake Baikal plankton
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Human impact on the lake Baikal: The present state
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
The comparative study of long-term dynamics of lakes Khovsgol and Baikal ecosystems to distinguish between global climate change or regional perturbations effect
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
The lakes Baikal & Geneva pelagic community exergy analysis
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS12 - Ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:30
 

Simberloff, D.
University of Tennessee, USA
Biological invasions: what's worth fighting for and what can be won?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 Cont. - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  4:00-5:45
 

Siminski, A.
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Rescuing the ecological knowledge about secondary forests in Mata Atlântica, Brazil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Singh, A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Development and use of complex scientific information about natural systems in policy-making
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 61 - The role of knowledge in effective human-ecological system interactions  -  10:15-12:35
 

Singh, A.N.
Panjab University Chandigarh, India
Effect of some indigenous woody plantations on soil carbon sequestration in a rehabilitated Coal mine habitats in a dry tropical region, India
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Singh, R.
Wildlife Institute of India, India
Evaluating the error associates with population estimation of tiger using different non-invasive techniques: A case study from Ranthambhore tiger reserve
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sinun, W.
Yayasan Sabah, Malaysia
The Yayasan Sabah field stations in Sabah Malaysia
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 29 Cont. - Tropical rain forest field stations and long-term ecological research  -  4:45-6:45
 

Slagle, K.M.
The Ohio State University, USA
If only they knew: understanding the risk information processing of residents in an urbanizing watershed
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  4:00-5:45
 

Smiley Jr., P.C.
USDA ARS, USA
Importance of instream wood characteristics for developing restoration designs for channelized agricultural headwater streams
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Smith, H.
Lund University, Sweden
Importance of spatial scale for generation and management of multiple ecosystem services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  4:45-6:45
 

Smith, H.G.
Lund University, Sweden
Multifunctional agricultural landscapes - how to handle trade-offs between ecosystem services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 37 - Can we use above and belowground ecosystem services to promote sustainable production of food, biofuels and biodiversity in agriculture?  -  09:15-10:30
 

Smith, L.M.
Indiana University, USA
Canopy gaps may exacerbate the negative impact of invasive Alliaria petiolata
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  3:15-4:15
 

Solidoro, C.
Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale - OGS, Italy
Assessing sustainability, economic value, ecological impact of mussel farms in northern Adriatic Sea under different anthropogenic and climatic scenarios
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  4:00-5:45
 

Somma, D.J.
INTA, Argentina
Challenges for the conservation of ecosystem services in agroecosystems of the Southern Cone of South America
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Wks 10 - Challenges for the conservation of ecosystem services in agroecosystems of the Southern Cone of South America  -  09:15-10:30 - continues at 11:00
 

Song, K.
Wilma H. Schiermeier Olentangy River Wetland Research Park, The Ohio State University, USA
Long-term denitrification rates in created riverine wetlands: effects of environmental factors and microbial communities
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 65 - Denitrification regulating climate change and other ecosystem services: From large scale processes to community ecology  -  09:30-12:30
 
Recovery dynamics of simulated disturbed evergreen broad-leaved forests during eight years, in east China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 41 - Ecosystem responses to global change and restoration of natural and urban areas in warm-temperate/subtropical regions  -  09:15-10:30
 

Song, L.
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Negative effects of simulated climate change on non-vascular epiphytes in a montane moist evergreen broad-leaved forest in Southwest China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Song, Q-H.
Key Lab of Tropical Forest Ecology, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
The carbon balance of a tropical rubber plantation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sousa, R.
CBMA – Centre of Molecular and Environmental Biology, Department of Biology, University of Minho, Campus de Gualtar, Portugal
Infestation of European freshwater bivalves (Unionidae) by the invasive zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha)
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  10:30-12:30
 

Southerland, M.
Versar, Inc., USA
Conceptual framework for incorporating urban watershed functions into Maryland's TMDL Program
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  11:00-12:30
 

Sovic, D.M.
The Ohio State University, USA
Field and laboratory investigations into endocrine disruptive effects of estrogenic compounds on freshwater mussels
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Spencer, M.
Monash University, Australia
Engaging primary producers and processing industries in achieving balanced watershed outcomes - a water stewardship approach.  Recent case studies.
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 01 - Water soft paths: Balancing ecological protection and human needs for fresh water  -  10:30-12:30
 

Splawski, C.
The Ohio State University, USA
Mulch effects on squash and pollinator (peponapis pruinosa) performance
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Spooner, D.E.
United States Geological Survey, Northern Appalachian Laboratory, USA
A framework for ecological and economic valuation of ecosystem services associated with host-affiliate relationships.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sri Haryani, G.
Research Center for Limnology, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Indonesia
Concept and application of ecohydrology in Indonesian inland waters
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:15-12:30
 

Srinivasan, R.
University of Florida, USA
Emergy – LCA synthesis for built environment: challenges and opportunities
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 21 - Emergy evaluation of sustainability: Quantifying ecosystem services, environmental debt and ecosystem restoration  -  3:15-4:15
 

Sritrairat, S.
The New School Tishman Environment and Design Center, USA
Urban soil heterogeneity in New York City parkland
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Staley, D.C.
DCS Consulting Services, USA
Providing urban forest ecosystem services in a world of rooftop solar energy collection: Applied solutions for a sustainable coexistence
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Stefanik, K.C.
The Ohio State University, USA
Metabolism of dominant macrophyte species in created riverine wetlands using open system flow through chambers
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  3:15-4:15
 

Stephens, A.
James Cook University, Australia
Generating inhabit-ability: Five principles for policy and project management practice
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Stepien, C.A.
Lake Erie Center, University of Toledo, USA
Building stewardship in high school science classrooms with university graduate students: an environmental science learning community at the land-lake ecosystem interface
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 
Can we thwart a community of exotic species? Lessons from genetics of Great Lakes invasions 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  09:15-10:30
 
Evolution and biogeography of an emerging quasispecies: diversity patterns of the Fish Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia virus (VHSv) 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Stevens, M.H.H.
Graduate Program in Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, Miami University, USA
Can or should ecology be a unified science? Implications for an undergraduate curriculum
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Stevens, M.L.
Hima Mesopotamia, USA
Sacred Waters in Mesopotamia: Eco-cultural restoration of biodiversity, culture and sustainable development in the Tigris Euphrates Watershed
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 18 - Hima Mesopotamia: Restoring the ancient system of story, place and culture in the Tigris Euphrates Watershed  -  09:15-10:30
 

Sthapit, B.R.
Bioversity International, India
Resilience, conservation and adaptation strategies
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 19 Cont. - Community resilience: Strategies for empowerment in agrobiodiversity management and adaptation  -  4:45-6:45
 

Stiegel, S.
University of Hildesheim, Germany
Elevational patterns of species richness and density of rattan palms (aracaceae: calamoideae) in central Sulawesi, Indonesia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Stinner, J.H.
The Ohio State University, USA
Ecological evaluation of headwater streams in an impaired watershed of northeast Ohio: implications for restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Stokes, A.
INRA, France
Plant ecosystem services for soil protection and restoration
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 11 - Protecting and restoring severely degraded terrestrial ecosystems  -  10:30-12:30
 

Stone, H.J.
Battelle, USA
Ecosystem valuation: case study at Grand Lake Saint Marys (OH)
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 34 Cont. - Watershed approach: Managing water quality from headwaters to the coast  -  4:45-6:45
 

Stottlemyer, A.L.
Ohio State University, USA
Fitness-related traits of cultivated vs. wild switchgrass (Panicum virgatum): implications for widespread planting of biofuel cultivars
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 

Strait, K.A.
PSEG Nuclear, LLC; Estuary Enhancement Program, USA
Fish production and habitat use in a large-scale wetlands restoration project
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 Cont. - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  3:30-4:30
 

Straughan, E.
Straughan Environmental, Inc., USA
Restoring ecosystem services with stream restoration
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  10:15-12:30
 

Subedi, A.
Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation, The Netherlands
Participatory learning and action research for designing multi-level strategic action plans
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 19 Cont. - Community resilience: Strategies for empowerment in agrobiodiversity management and adaptation  -  4:45-6:45
 

Sullivan, M.S.P.
The Ohio State University, USA
An ecological approach to both environmental and linguistic sustainability
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  4:00-5:45
 
Fluvial geomorphology and food webs: Linking structure and process at the riverscape scale
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 45 Cont. - Ecogeomorphology: A biophysical framework for river science  -  11:00-12:30
 

Sullivan, T.J.
The University of Toledo, USA
Genetic diversity, divergence, and connectivity within a complex lakescape: a case study of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) along the Huron-Erie corridor
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  11:00-12:30
 

Summers, J.K.
Gulf Ecology Division, USEPA, USA
The elements of human well-being with an emphasis on the contribution of ecosystem services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  10:30-12:30
 

Sundarapandian, S.M.
Pondicherry University, Pondicherry, India
Disturbance regimes and plant invasiveness in Southern Tamilnadu, India
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Studies on the physico-chemical characteristics of water samples of Manasbal lake, Srinagar, J&K, India
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sung, K.
Pukyong National University, Republic of Korea
Does climate change affect bird habitats by reducing food plants?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Statistical assessment of wetland soil development using reference wetland soil properties
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Sun, Z.J.
China Agricultural University, China
Patterns of ecological agriculture in China
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:15-12:30
 

Suzán-Azpiri, H.
Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Mexico
Structure composition and biodiversity of the riparian vegetation in the moctezuma river, queretaro, Mexico
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  3:15-4:15
 

Tagwireyi, P.
Ohio State University, USA
Linking adjacent landscape characteristics and riverscape heterogeneity in the Scioto River Basin, Ohio, USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Tamkin, A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Comparing recovery in psychrophilic lab-scale biodigesters of differing organic loading rates
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  10:15-12:35
 

Tângari, V.R.
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Territorial and landscape changes along Guanabara and Sepetiba bays coastal areas in Rio de Janeiro/Brasil
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  3:15-4:15
 

Tang, J.
Marine Biological Laboratory, USA
Effects of nitrogen loading on greenhouse gas emissions from salt marshes in the US northeast
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 69 - Effects of climate change and human disturbance on carbon dynamics of coastal wetlands  -  09:30-12:30
 

Tang, X.Y.
School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
137Cs inventories and soil organic carbon content in soils of three typical terrestrial ecosystems
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 41 Cont. - Ecosystem responses to global change and restoration of natural and urban areas in warm-temperate/subtropical regions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Tantipisanuh, N.
King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi, Thailand
Systematic conservation planning for terrestrial vertebrates currently outside of Thailand's protected areas: A Bayesian network approach
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  11:00-12:30
 

Tavallai, S.
Tarbiat Moallem University, Iran
The evaluation of Tehran's ecological footprint
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Tazik, D.
NEON, Inc., USA
Building the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON): infrastructure, field sampling, remote sensing, data processing and citizen science
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 
Science and data products of the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Teal, J.M.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Teal Partners, USA
Creek bank slopes, development and their role in wetlands restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 Cont. - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  3:30-4:30
 

Tebbs, E.J.
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Leicester, UK
Remote sensing the hydrological variability of Tanzania's Lake Natron, a vital Lesser Flamingo breeding site under threat
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 Cont. - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  4:00-5:45
 

Teillard, F.
INRA, UMR 1048 SAD APT, France
The land sparing strategy for land use allocation in farmlands influences the relationship between biodiversity and agricultural intensity
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  4:00-5:45
 

Ten Brink, B.
PBL, The Netherlands
Reducing global loss of biodiversity and ecosystem functions by combining solutions for agriculture, forestry, energy and climate change and large-scale watershed restoration
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 28 Cont. - SER Symposia - Uncovering hidden ecosystem values to promote watershed restoration & climate change adaptation  -  4:45-6:45
 

Tetteh, P.N.
University of Bayreuth, Germany
Footprints of environmental policy in Ghana
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  4:00-5:45
 

Tezer, A.
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Adapting spatial planning into climate change for the resilience of ecosystem services:  an implementation methodology for Istanbul
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:30-12:30
 

Thomas, M.A.
Idaho State University, USA
Ecogenomic tools for the detection of environmental toxicity: Annotation of microarray platforms for transcriptome analysis of non-model organisms
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 32 Cont. - Ecoinformatics tools assisting in sustainable ecosystem management  -  4:45-6:45
 

Thom, R.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
Restoring floodplain and tidal wetlands along a freshwater-estuarine gradient in the Lower Columbia River and Estuary (LCRE)
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 13 - Ecological Problems on Basins and Estuaries of Big Rivers  -  10:30-12:30
 

Thoms, M.C.
University of New England, Australia
Building the resilience of aquatic refugia using ecogeomorphology
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 45 Cont. - Ecogeomorphology: A biophysical framework for river science  -  11:00-12:30
 

Thurston, H.W.
US EPA, USA
Accounting for non-traditional participants in a water quality trading program: the case of the east fork watershed
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 15 - Ecological systems and sustainable development: Current research at the U.S. EPA  -  10:30-12:30
 

Tian, S.X.
China Agricultural University, China
Energy eco-engineering by waste treatment of scale livestock and poultry farms
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
Nitrogen removal from effluent of livestock waste using vermifilter enhanced by aerating and altering filter media
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
The performance of integrated system of facultative oxidation pond and vermifiltration for treating anaerobic digester effluents in low temperature
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Tian, X.
School of Life Science,Nanjing University, China
Effect of nitrogen fertilization on litter decomposition and related soil enzyme activities in a subtropical forest
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 41 Cont. - Ecosystem responses to global change and restoration of natural and urban areas in warm-temperate/subtropical regions  -  11:00-12:30
 
Should carbon sequestration be delayed?
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Tibihika, P.D.M.
Kajjansi Aquaculture and Research Development Centre, Uganda
Selective feeding and distribution of the cyprinid, Rastrineobola argentea along a eutrophication gradient in Mwanza Gulf (Lake Victoria), Tanzanian waters.
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 Cont. - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  4:00-5:45
 

Tichit, M.
INRA - AgroParisTech, France
Exploring resiliency and tipping points in agroecosystem
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  10:15-12:30
 

Tidball, K.G.
Cornell University, USA
An agent-based modelling analysis of greening as recovery and resilience after disaster
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 
Disturbances in urban social-ecological systems: niche opportunities for environmental education
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  11:00-12:30
 
Greening in the Red Zone: civic environmental restoration as a post-disaster resilience strategy
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Tilley, D.R.
University of Maryland, USA
Emergy basis for paying land stewards to produce ecosystem services 
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 21 Cont. - Emergy evaluation of sustainability: Quantifying ecosystem services, environmental debt and ecosystem restoration  -  4:45-6:45
 
The vitality of ecotechnological fundamentalism for prosperity
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 39 Cont. - The prosperous way down  -  11:00-12:30
 

Timmis, J.
University of York, UK
An automated approach for the identification of land use options to promote bird diversity on agricultural land
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Toman, E.
Ohio State University, USA
Coupled human and natural systems: human behavioural responses to changing ecosystem conditions
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:30-12:30
 

Tomback, D.F.
University of Colorado Denver, USA
Seed dispersal by corvids
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 08 - Why do birds matter? Birds’ ecological functions and ecosystem services  -  10:30-12:30
 

Tomita, M.
Tokyo University of Information Sciences, Japan
Response of coastal forests to tsunami damage in Sendai Bay, Japan
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 41 Cont. - Ecosystem responses to global change and restoration of natural and urban areas in warm-temperate/subtropical regions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Tong, S.
Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Characteristics of runoff Variation in Wuyuer-Shuangyang river watersheds and their influences on Zhalong Wetlands (1956-2000)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Tooth, S.
Aberystwyth University, UK
Floodplain wetland ecogeomorphology: An underdeveloped part of interdisciplinary river science
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 45 Cont. - Ecogeomorphology: A biophysical framework for river science  -  11:00-12:30
 

Trama, F.A.
CECACDS, Peru
Living and promoting sustainability at the training center for conservation and sustainable development (CECACDS), Oxapampa, Peru
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Treves, A.
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Using risk maps to forecast predator attacks on livestock
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 64 - Carnivore conservation in human-dominated systems: Ecological, ethical and social dimensions  -  09:30-12:30
 

Troy, A.
Spatial Informatics Group, USA
The role of high-precision and high-resolution data in ecosystem service-based watershed management
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 28 Cont. - SER Symposia - Uncovering hidden ecosystem values to promote watershed restoration & climate change adaptation  -  4:45-6:45
 

Truu, J.
University of Tartu, Estonia
Spatial distribution of denitrifying and total microbial community in created riverine wetland
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 65 - Denitrification regulating climate change and other ecosystem services: From large scale processes to community ecology  -  09:30-12:30
 

Tscharntke, T.
Agroecology, University of Göttingen, Germany
Landscape perspectives on bee diversity and crop pollination
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 05 - Biological basis for pollinator habitat manipulations: population regulation and plant restoration  -  10:30-12:30
 

Turek, N.
Wright State University, USA
Leveraging geospatial information for natural resource stewardship at the ecosystem, campus, and community scales
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  09:15-10:30
 

Twiston-Davies, G.
University of Reading, UK
Biodiversity enhancement and landscape restoration at the Stonehenge World Heritage Site, UK
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Tyrell, K.
BHE Environmental, Inc., USA
Great Plains wind energy habitat conservation plan
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Ullman, J.L.
Florida University, USA
Socioeconomic status of Huweza marsh inhabitants, southern Iraq problems and solutions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 18 - Hima Mesopotamia: Restoring the ancient system of story, place and culture in the Tigris Euphrates Watershed  -  09:15-10:30
 

Vaclavik, T.
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Leipzig, Germany
Equilibrium or not? Modelling potential distribution of invasive species in different stages of invasion
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  4:45-6:45
 

Valladares, F.
CSIC, Spain
Relative influence of climate on the regeneration of European forests
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 42 Cont. - Forest regeneration and climate change  -  11:00-12:30
 

van der Putten, W.H.
Netherlands Institute of Ecology, The Netherlands
Coastal foredunes around the world: plant-soil biodiversity interactions as a key to restore habitats, ecosystem functions and services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 40 Cont. - A day at the beach: Restoration of the ecosystems services provided by sand dunes  -  11:00-12:30
 
Land use transitions from a combined above ground-below ground perspective and consequences for restoring biodiversity, ecosystem functions and services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 37 - Can we use above and belowground ecosystem services to promote sustainable production of food, biofuels and biodiversity in agriculture?  -  09:15-10:30
 

Van Donk, E.
NIOO-KNAW, The Netherlands
Lessons from Dutch lake restoration measures
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  10:15-12:35
 

van Groenigen, J.W.
Wageningen University, The Netherlands
Beyond microbes: how higher soil organisms can affect denitrification and N2O emissions
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 65 - Denitrification regulating climate change and other ecosystem services: From large scale processes to community ecology  -  09:30-12:30
 

Vance, L.
United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research & Development, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Sustainable Technology Division, USA
Applying the Fisher Information metric to the French, German and United States systems during the 20th century
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 43 Cont. - Using ecological modelling and systems ecology to understand and promote sustained life  -  11:00-12:30
 

Varun, M.
St. John’s College, India
Hymenocallis littoralis: An ideal, perennial phytoremediator for Cd and Pb contaminated wastelands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Vasseur, L.
Brock University, Canada
Using biodiversity principles in China for a more sustainable agriculture
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:30-12:30
 

Vaughan, M.
Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, USA
A synthesis of what we need to know to conserve bees and how to communicate it to land managers
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 05 - Biological basis for pollinator habitat manipulations: population regulation and plant restoration  -  10:30-12:30
 

Verbeeck, K.
KU Leuven, Belgium
Assessing the per-parcel water retention efficiency of residential neighbourhoods
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Verboven, H.A.F.
Division Forest, Nature, and Landscape, Dept. Earth & Environmental Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium
Pollination and seed set of Trifolium repens in an urbanization gradient
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Verburg, P.H.
Institute for Environmental Studies, VU University Amsterdam, The Democratic Congo
Impacts of human land management and land use change on ecosystem services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 27 Cont. - Ecosystem services in the changing world  -  4:45-6:45
 
Mapping and modelling ecosystem services at continental to global scales
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 62 - Estimating ecosystem services with ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:35
 

Vihervaara, P.
Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), Finland
Integrating ecosystem models with spatial analysis of ecosystem services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Villa, J.A.
The Ohio State University, USA
Diffuse methane emissions from four different wetland plant communities in the Big Cypress Swamp
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 36 - Restoring the Florida Everglades  -  3:15-4:15
 

Villamor, G.
Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn, Germany
Cooperative institutions for sustainable rural development under CDM forestation in arid irrigated regions
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Villamor, G.B.
Center for Development Research, Germany
Rewards for agro-biodiversity conservation: An analysis of participation in jambi’s conservation agreements for rubber agroforests, (Sumatra) Indonesia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Vincent, B.
Cemagref/Irstea, France
Pesticide de-contamination of surface-waters as a wetland ecosystem service in agricultural landscapes 
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 66 - Ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services of ecological networks and greenways: from local to global  -  09:30-12:30
 

Vincent, W.F.
Centre for Northern Studies, Laval University, Canada
Accelerated ecosystem change in the Canadian Arctic
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 12 - Ecosystem Change in Polar and Alpine Environments  -  10:30-12:30
 

Virginia, R.A.
Dartmouth College, USA
Polar amplification and consequences for soil carbon cycling
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 12 - Ecosystem Change in Polar and Alpine Environments  -  10:30-12:30
 

Voigt, B.
University of Vermont, USA
A model of freshwater ecosystem services, pastoralist livelihoods and the spread of infectious disease for the Ruaha landscape, Tanzania
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Modelling temporal and spatial flows of ecosystem service in the Northern Forest Region of Vermont
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  3:15-4:15
 

Voinov Vladich, H.V.
GIEE, University of Vermont, USA
Participatory spatial analysis, high resolution remote sensing data and ecosystem services valuation approach as a tool for integrated landscape - based storm water management
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 

Volety, A.
Florida Gulf Coast University, USA
Canaries in the coal mine: Utilizing oyster Crassostrea virginica responses for freshwater inflow management and restoration of the Caloosahatchee Estuary, Southwest Florida
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 36 Cont. - Restoring the Florida Everglades  -  4:45-6:45
 

Volland, J.
Center for Environmental Systems Research, Germany
Combining land use modelling and environmental psychology: Modelling the change in ecosystem services by future land use transitions in the German state Hesse
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 31 Cont. - Integrated modelling for ecosystem services  -  4:45-6:45
 

von Gruenigen, S.
econcept AG, Switzerland
Indicators for ecosystem goods and services: framework, methodology and recommendations for a welfare-related environmental reporting
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 62 - Estimating ecosystem services with ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:35
 

Von Sperling, E.
Universidade FederalL de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Long Term Efforts for Restoration of Lake Pampulha, Brazil
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  11:00-12:30
 

von Stackelberg, K.E.
E Risk Sciences LLP, USA
A cautionary discussion on ecosystem services valuation
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 
Decision analytic approaches for integrating ecosystem services and risk assessment
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Wagner, L.
The Ohio State University, USA
The effect of habitat burning on tsetse fly populations in Cameroon
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Walker, L.R.
University of Nevada Las Vegas, USA
Restoration of severely disturbed habitats: From theory to practice
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 11 - Protecting and restoring severely degraded terrestrial ecosystems  -  10:30-12:30
 

Wall, D.H.
Colorado State University, USA
Soils, biodiversity and climate change in polar regions
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 12 - Ecosystem Change in Polar and Alpine Environments  -  10:30-12:30
 

Walters, T.L.
EnviroScience, Inc, USA
Natural re-vegetation after Rhamnus removal in the Oak Openings Region Of Northwestern Ohio
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Wang, F.
East China Normal University, China
A comparison study on economics and nature conservation on estuarine regions of Yangtze River, China and Mississippi River, USA  
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 13 - Ecological Problems on Basins and Estuaries of Big Rivers  -  10:30-12:30
 

Wang, G.M.
Mississippi State University, USA
Restoration ecology of wild turkeys in the Mississippi alluvial valley: demography and movements
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Wang, G.X.
Nanjing Normal University, China
Manipulation of lake water level and remediation of aquatic vegetation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Wang, H.
USGS, National Wetlands Research Center, USA
Diversion effects on relative elevation and soil organic carbon sequestration in Louisiana Deltaic wetlands under sea level rise and subsidence influences using integrated spatial modeling approach
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 48 Cont. - Ecological engineering: Designing and restoring ecosystem services  -  4:00-5:45
 

Wang, J.Y.
Key Laboratory of Wetland Ecology and Vegetation Restoration, State Environment Protection Administration, Northeast Normal University, China
Design of wetland assistant treatment system for river water quality and analysis of Feasibility - a case study of Yitong River
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Wang, Q.
East China Normal University, China
A model of two ecological engineering species dynamics in an expanding estuarine wetland
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 13 - Ecological Problems on Basins and Estuaries of Big Rivers  -  10:30-12:30
 

Wang, Q-C.
China Population & Development Research Center, China
The impact of population on carbon emissions in China from 1970 to 2050
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Wang, R.
Ecological Exposure Research Division, National Exposure Research Laboratory, US EPA, USA
Applications of fish connectivity mapping in ecotoxicology
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 
Development of transcriptomics-based gene classifiers for selected endocrine disrupting chemicals in zebrafish (danio rerio)
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS13 - Ecotoxicology  -  4:00-5:45
 

Wang, R.S.
State Key Lab of Urban and Regional Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Eco-integration in China's eco-civilization campaign
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 30 Cont. - Human ecology: Synergistic approaches to human-environmental challenges  -  4:45-6:45
 
Urban eco-infrastructure enhancement for ecopolis development
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  10:15-12:30
 
Urban eco-infrastructure enhancement for ecopolis development
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 50 Cont. - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  4:00-5:45
 

Wang, S.L.
College of Crop Sciences,Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, China
Low carbon agriculture: Origins, principles and strategies
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS13 - Ecotoxicology  -  4:00-5:45
 

Wang, W.
Institut des Sciences de l’Environnement, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada
Process-based modelling effects of varied forest management scenarios on carbon dynamics in jack pine stands under future climate
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  4:00-5:45
 

Wang, X.X.
Beijing Normal University, China
Influences of grassland degradation on quality of soil and plant in alpine region of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Wang, Y.
Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Environmental Pollution Control and Remediation Technology, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University,Guangzhou,510275 China, China
Integrated assessment of societal costs of fishing activities in the Pearl River Delta
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  11:00-12:30
 
The complex relation among forest services and realization approaches of multifunctional forestry
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 57 - Ecosystem services: From science to practice  -  10:15-12:35
 

Wang, Y.C.
Yangtze Valley Water Environment Monitoring Center, China
Study on phytoplankton shift of mainstream of three georges reservoir, China
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:30-12:30
 

Wang, Z.
Peking University, China
Relationship of coastal red tide landscape process and watershed land use pattern supported by remote sensing
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  4:00-5:45
 
Utilization of Eichhonia crassipes for water purification in a large eutrophic lake (Dian Chi) in China: the effects on the water quality, macrozoobenthos and zooplankton
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Wan, X.H.
State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science, Environmental Science Research Centre, Xiamen University, China
An ecosystem based approach for developing nutrient concentration standard in an estuary, Southeast China
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 13 - Ecological Problems on Basins and Estuaries of Big Rivers  -  10:30-12:30
 

Ward, A.
Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, USA
An approach to assessing the equilibrium state of urban streams in central Ohio USA
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 50 Cont. - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  4:00-5:45
 

Ward, S.A.
University of Southampton, UK
Survival of the pinkest – are flamingo mortalities a natural consequence of East African lake dynamics?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  4:00-5:45
 

Warkentin, I.G.
Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Global estimates of boreal forest carbon stocks and predicted patterns under climate change
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 56 - Boreal forests in a sustainable world  -  10:15-12:35
 

Warnock, D.D.
The University of New Mexico, USA
Differential activities of fungal communities under canopies of living and deceased Piñon (Piñus edulis) and Juniper (Juniperus monosperma) trees in the Los Piños Mountains New Mexico
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Watanabe, C.
University of Tokyo, Japan
Thinking health in various time scales 
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 30 Cont. - Human ecology: Synergistic approaches to human-environmental challenges  -  4:45-6:45
 

Watkins, C.
The Field Museum, USA
Applying the IAD framework to ecological restoration in the Chicago Wilderness
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  10:15-12:30
 

Watson, S.J.
Charles Sturt University, Australia
The moving mosaic: a multi-dimensional view of land-use change
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  4:00-5:45
 

Watters, G.T.
The Ohio State University, USA
Strategies for saving imperiled native freshwater mussels
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 38 Cont. - Contributions of zoos and conservation centers for global biodiversity solutions  -  11:00-12:30
 

Watts, J.
Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks, USA
Efforts to preserve and restore the native prairies of the Darby Plains in Ohio, USA
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  4:00-5:45
 

Weber, S.
Integrity Sustainable Planning and Design, USA
Weinland Park in Columbus, USA: one neighbourhood's perspective on developing ecotechniques for stormwater management
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Wks 02 - Weinland Park in Columbus, USA: One neighbourhood’s perspective on developing ecotechniques for stormwater management  -  10:30-12:30
 

Wee, B.
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON), Inc., USA
Forging ecological knowledge from the cauldron of big data
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 
Transforming environmental data into information for policy and resource management
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  09:30-12:30
 

Wei, A.
Cenovus Energy, Canada
Integrating environment mitigation into planning: a case study of  an oil sands project in Alberta, Canada
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Weinstein, M.P.
Montclair State University, USA
Success criteria in wetlands restoration
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  09:15-10:30
 
The global sustainability transition and wetland restoration: Can science, policy and practice be better integrated?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 Cont. - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  4:00-5:45
 

Weishar, L.
Woods Hole Group, USA
Large-scale wetlands restoration: The impact of physical processes
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 47 Cont. - Large-scale wetlands restoration  -  11:00-12:30
 

Weis, J.S.
Rutgers University, USA
Ecosystem services provided by the invasive reed, phragmites australis, in the hackensack meadowlands
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 09 - Restoration of the Hackensack Meadowlands in northern New Jersey  -  10:30-12:30
 

Weis, P.
UMDNJ - N.J. Medical School, USA
Contaminants in fish in a recovering urban estuary
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 09 - Restoration of the Hackensack Meadowlands in northern New Jersey  -  10:30-12:30
 

Weissburg, M.
GA Tech School of Biology, USA
Lessons from nature: what can food webs teach us about thermodynamics?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  4:00-5:45
 

Wei, X.
Central State University, USA
Applying remote sensing for invasive Tamarix study in the Lower Colorado River Basin
Monday 1 October 2012 :  GS03 - Biological invasions  -  3:15-4:15
 

Weng, Y.C.
Hokkaido University, Japan
Environmental cost-benefit analysis of the rehabilitation of a closed landfill in Taipei, Taiwan
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 50 Cont. - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  09:30-12:30
 

Whelan, C.J.
Illinois Natural History Survey, USA
Trophic interaction networks and ecosystem services
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 08 - Why do birds matter? Birds’ ecological functions and ecosystem services  -  10:30-12:30
 

Whipple, S.J.
Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia, USA
Evaluation of model size and currency in systems analysis: comparative network environ analysis of carbon and nitrogen model time series for the Neuse River Estuary, USA
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:30-12:30
 

Whittinghill, L.J.
Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA
Vegetable production on green roofs
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 68 - Urban ecosystem services from green roofs  -  09:30-12:30
 

Wickham, J.
U.S. EPA, USA
An environmental assessment of United States drinking water watersheds
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 62 - Estimating ecosystem services with ecological indicators  -  10:15-12:35
 

Wight, R.A.
University of Cincinnati, USA
Greenhouse gases in the garden: Examining the mitigation effects of organic fertilizer and biochar 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS10 Climate & global change  -  09:15-10:30
 

Wikstrom, A.
Lund University, Sweden
How harvest affects fluctuations in natural populations
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  4:00-5:45
 

Wilhelm, D.
Hopewell Ventures, L.P, USA
Funding restoration: Private funding for ecosystem restoration
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Forum 6 - Funding restoration: Private funding for ecosystem restoration  -  10:15-11:45
 

Williams, A.
Centre for Environmental & Climate Research, Lund University, Sweden
Soil ecosystem services in conventional and organic arable fields along a gradient of landscape complexity in southern Sweden
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Williams, L.D.
Northern Virginia Community College, USA
Effects of plant diversity on early developments of structural and functional attributes in created mesocosms mitigation wetlands
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Williams, N.
Department of Biology, Hofstra University, USA
Life in the concrete jungle: a global analysis of urban biodiversity
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 

Williams, N.M.
University of California-Davis, USA
The assembly of pollinator communities and pollination interactions in targeted and non-targeted restoration
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 05 - Biological basis for pollinator habitat manipulations: population regulation and plant restoration  -  10:30-12:30
 

Wilson, E.O.
Harvard University, USA
Appalachia: an American treasurehouse of biodiversity
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Plenary Session 1  -  08:00-09:45
 

Wilson, J.E.
TerreWEB - Terrestrial Research on Ecosystems & World-Wide Education & Broadcast, The University of British Columbia, Canada
Innovations in the communication of science of global change
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS14 - Ecological complexity, health & knowledge  -  09:30-12:30
 

Wilson, M.A.
CH2MHILL, Lone Tree, USA
A framework for uncovering and capturing the value of ecosystem goods and services through watershed restoration
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 28 - SER Symposia - Uncovering hidden ecosystem values to promote watershed restoration & climate change adaptation  -  3:15-4:15
 

Wilson, R.
The Ohio State University, USA
The role of environmental health departments in addressing climate change adaptation
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Wilson, R.S.
The Ohio State University, USA
Carnivores as a hazard: The role of risk perception in predicting public acceptance
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 64 - Carnivore conservation in human-dominated systems: Ecological, ethical and social dimensions  -  09:30-12:30
 
Developing a behavioral model of farmer decision making: understanding best nutrient management practices in an agricultural watershed
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS02 - Ecohydrology, watersheds & the coast  -  09:15-10:30
 

Witter, J-D.
The Ohio State University, USA
Self-forming stream design: stream restoration by ecological succession and channel evolution
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  09:15-10:30
 

Wolber, T.
Ohio Wesleyan University, USA
In search of authenticity and sustainability: Goethe and the tradition of natural law
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS07 - Sustainability & resilience  -  09:15-10:30
 

Wolf, K.L.
University of Washington, USA
Urban ecosystems and human health: expanding considerations of cultural services
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS05 - Ecosystem services: Terrestrial  -  09:15-10:30
 

Woltz, J.M.
Michigan State University, Department of Entomology, USA
Effect of coccinellid flux on soybean aphid suppression
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Woolbright, S.A.
Northern Arizona University, USA
Relict populations of foundation species as natural labs for predicting the community and ecosystem consequences of climate change
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 23 Cont. - Evolutionary processes and restoration: Managing for long-term success  -  4:45-6:45
 

Wrenn, D.
Ohio State University, USA
Integrating economics into land use change models to simulate policy scenarios and assess sustainability
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 46 - ESA Symposia - Connecting the science of ecology to practice: opportunities for facilitating Earth stewardship  -  09:15-10:30
 

Wu, B-F.
Institute of remote sensing applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
20 years land cover and land use changes and driving forces in three gorges reservoir area
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 Cont. - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  4:00-5:45
 

Wu, Y.
Nanjing Forestry University, China
Effects of soil compaction on hydraulic architecture characteristics of three two-year old seedling species
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 
Impacts of post-fire nutrients on sawgrass and cattail in an altered landscape of the Florida Everglades
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS04 - Ecosystem services: Aquatic  -  09:15-10:30
 

Xin, X.P.
Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning, China
Carbon budget of steppe ecosystem in northern china from 1980's to 2000's
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 17 - Modelling farmland at various scales under climate change: From concept to application  -  10:30-12:30
 

Xiong, L.
Zhejiang Institute of Hydraulics & Estuary, China
Habitat specialization in the Reed Parrotbill  
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Wetland bird habitat restoration in the Yangtze river estuary: A test of the hypothesis that biodiversity increases as habitat types increase 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

xue, J.
Nanjing Forestry University, China
In situ study on nitrogen leaching in poplar-wheat intercropping ecosystem along the Taihu lake in China
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 Cont. - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  4:00-5:45
 

Xue, J.
Nanjing Forestry University, China
Relationship between soil enzyme activities and structural characteristics of herbaceous layer in different plantations in Karst area
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
The soil hydrological characteristics of two typical forest communities in Minjiang upper reaches of Sichuan province, China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Xu, F.L.
Peking University, China
Bayesian matbugs calculator (BMC) for eco-risk assessment and priority setting of toxic substances
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Yamamoto, F.Y.
Tottori University, Japan
Effects of total submergence or flooding with saline water on growth, physiology and osmoregulation of native and invasive species in wetland forests of Mississippi floodplain.
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Yam, R.S.W.
National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Response of aquatic biodiversity and ecosystem services to land-use at multiple spatial and temporal scales in subtropical streams
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 27 - Ecosystem services in the changing world  -  3:15-4:15
 

Yang, J.
State Key Joint Laboratory of Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control, School of Environment, Beijing Normal University, China
Ecological accounting of household biogas project in rural China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  09:15-10:30
 
How climate change affects fire disturbance in Chinese boreal forests and its implications in tree recruitment and succession
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS10 - Climate & global change  -  4:00-5:45
 

Yang, J-S.
Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Changes of salt-water dynamics and soil salinity in the Yangtze River estuary under operation of the three gorges reservoir
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 Cont. - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  4:00-5:45
 

Yang, L-Z.
Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Ecological measures to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus losses from arable sope land by runoff in three gorges reservoir area, China
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 Cont. - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  4:00-5:45
 

Yang, W.Y.
Michigan State University, USA
Promise and peril on restoring ecosystem services: the case from China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS06 - Ecosystem services: Methods  -  09:15-10:30
 

Yang, Z-T.
Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Toledo, USA
Evaluating the sensitivity of wetlands to climate change with remote sensing techniques
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Yan, S.
Institute of Agricultural Resource and Environmental Sciences, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
A device trapping ebullition from water body and gas composition studies
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Yates, C.
Fleming College, Canada
The application of tundra for wastewater treatment in Arctic Canada
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 51 - Recent development in ecological modelling and engineering of lakes and wetlands  -  10:15-12:35
 

Yeakley, J.A.
Portland State University, USA
Human vs natural background sources of nutrients in urbanizing watersheds: case studies from the Portland, Oregon Metro Region
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Symp 44 Cont. - Biogeochemistry of green infrastructure in the urban environment  -  11:00-12:30
 

Yerger, E.H.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
Towards restoration of an eastern deciduous forest by 60 years of fenced deer exclusion: increased insect abundance and diversity
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Yimin, Z.
Yangtze River Fishery Resource Administration Committee, China
impact of three gorges project on fishery in the lower reach of Yangtze River
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  10:15-12:35
 

Yongfeng, D.
Academy of Forestry Inventory and Planning, State Forestry Ministration, China
The monitoring and evaluation methods of forest resources and forest ecological benefits in three gorges reservoir area
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Yo, S-P.
National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
The ecological process of urban ecosystem restoration: an example from Kaohsiung Metropolitan Park construction
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 50 Cont. - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  09:30-12:30
 

Young, J.A.M.
Fisheries and Oceans, Canada
Predicting the sensitivity of freshwater unionid mussels to direct and indirect human-induced perturbations
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  10:15-12:30
 

Yuan, X.Z.
College of Resources and Environmental Science, Chongqing University, China
Ecological restoration of littoral wetland on the Three Gorges Reservoir, China
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 13 - Ecological Problems on Basins and Estuaries of Big Rivers  -  10:30-12:30
 

Yu, D.Y.
State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, Beijing Normal University, China
Forest ecosystem restoration due to a national conservation plan in China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  09:15-10:30
 

Yue, T-X.
State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environment Information System, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, China
Modeling food security of China
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 17 - Modelling farmland at various scales under climate change: From concept to application  -  10:30-12:30
 

Yu, S.
Key Laboratory of Urban Environment and Health, Institute of Urban Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Surface sediment quality upon metal contamination and its inconsistency of risk assessments in the Yangtze River Delta
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 06 - Sediment chemistry and dynamics of natural and restored wetlands  -  10:30-12:30
 

Yusuf, H.M.
University of Hohenheim, Germany
Sustainable rangeland management: what have we learned about livestock and wildlife herbivory?
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  10:15-12:30
 

YU, X.B.
Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS, China
Critical review of ecosystem service management practices and policy changes based on long-term monitoring data in China
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 26 Cont. - Interactions among ecosystem services and human behavior: Thresholds, stable states, and trade-offs in response to climate and anthropogenic change  -  4:45-6:45
 

Zabuga, V.F.
Angarsk State Technical Academy, Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Russia
The productivity process of scots pine as integrative index of pine forest vitality in forest-steppe predbaikalia
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Zahawi, R.A.
OTS, Costa Rica
Understanding changing tropical ecosystems: Long-term research at three contrasting field stations in Costa Rica
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 29 Cont. - Tropical rain forest field stations and long-term ecological research  -  4:45-6:45
 

Zalewski, M.
European Regional Centre for Ecohydrology u/a UNESCO International Institute of Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 49 - Ecohydrology for enhancement resilience and ecosystem services of river basins  -  10:15-12:35
 
Understanding water, geomorphology and biota interplay in the landscape as key for sustainable future
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 67 - Climate change and human activity in arid Central Asia: lessons from the past  -  09:30-12:30
 

Zamora, F.
Sonoran Institute, Mexico
Binational monitoring program for the Santa Clara wetland: after one year of the operation of Yuma desalination plant
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Zavalishin, N.N.
Laboratory of Mathematical Ecology, A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics RAS, Russia
Modelling the combined carbon-nitrogen cycle in wetland ecosystems of forest area in Nothern Euroasia under climate change
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  4:00-5:45
 

Zedler, J.B.
UW-Madison, USA
Restoring biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in wetlands – futuristic approaches
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 63 Cont. - Restoration ecology in a sustainable world  -  4:00-5:45
 

Zeng, F.
Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
The effect of extreme rainfall on root distribution of Halogeton glomeratus on the southern fringe of the Taklamakan Desert, Northwest China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Zhang, L.Z.
Olentangy River Wetland Research Park, The Ohio State University, USA
Scaling wetland processes to mesocosm experiments: reviewing 18 years of experience 
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
Soil organic carbon development in restored wetlands of the Eastern Tibetan Plateau
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Zhang, T.T.
College of Life Science, Anhui Normal University, China
Growth inhibition of cyanobacteria and its toxins elimination by Triarrherca sacchariflora (Maxin.) Nakai in eutrophied waters
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 60 Cont. - Eutrophication control in shallow lakes  -  4:00-5:45
 

Zhang, W.
Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, the Ohio State University, USA
Increasing land fragmentation and ecological footprint in U.S. exurbia - evidence from a new measure of leapfrog development
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Zhang, Y.
Estonian University of Life Sciences, Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Estonia
Clonal integration of Fragaria orientalis in reciprocal and coincident patchiness resources
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 
Predicting dissolved oxygen during flood pulses and base flow in an urban river after dam removal in central Ohio, USA
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 

Zhan, J.Y.
Water Environment Simulation National Key Laboratories, Beijing Normal University, China
Land use policy based on mapping ecosystem service supply and demand: a case study in Three River Headwater Region (TRHR)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 301-400  -  3:30-5:30
 

Zhao, D.
Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Comprehensive assessment of urban soil quality by soil degeneration index as influenced by soil sealing in Beijing, China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
Microbial community structure change of tidal wetland soil effected by endosulfan
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 1-100  -  3:30-5:30
 

Zhou, C.
School of Life Science, Nanjing University, China
Zonation between spartina alterniflora and phragmites australis determined by sulphuric and saline conditions in coastal salt marshes
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 24 Cont. - Salt marshes: Ecology, disturbance and restoration  -  4:45-6:45
 

Zhou, C.B.
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Practice of rural renewable energy and low carbon eco-county development
Friday 5 October 2012:  Symp 50 Cont. - Creation and restoration of urban ecosystem service to meet the challenge of fast urbanization and industrialization  -  09:30-12:30
 

Zhou, M.
West Virginia University, USA
Investing in forest carbon offset projects under climate policy uncertainty - a markovian framework with simulations
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS08 - Ecological economics & environmental policy  -  10:15-12:30
 

Zhou, S.
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
CH4 and N2O emissions from paddy soil fertilized with residue of dry thermophilic anaerobic digestion (RDTAD)
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
Determination of anammox reaction characteristics of riverine sediments by isotope technique
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 401-485  -  3:30-5:00
 

Zhou, W.
The Executive Office of the TGP Construction Committee of the State Council, China, China
Three Gorges Project environment monitoring network: its status, challenges and efforts
Thursday 4 October 2012:  Symp 58 - The Three Gorges Project in China: Environment monitoring network status and achievement  -  10:15-12:35
 

Zhou, Z.Z.
College of Water Resource, Sichuan University, China
Characteristics of hydrology in Ruoergai wetland of the Eastern Tibetan Plateau
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 101-200  -  3:30-5:30
 

Zhu, H.G.
Modern Agricultural Science & Engineering Institute, Tongji University, China
The study on biogas exploitation with Spartina biomass in China
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 24 Cont. - Salt marshes: Ecology, disturbance and restoration  -  4:45-6:45
 

Ziolkowska, E.
Jagiellonian University, Poland
Applicability of the landscape continuum model for conservation management of selected priority species in the Polish Carpathians
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS09 - Ecological modelling  -  4:00-5:45
 

Ziv, G.
Princeton University, USA
Trading-off fish biodiversity, food security and hydropower in the mekong river basin
Monday 1 October 2012 :  Symp 13 - Ecological Problems on Basins and Estuaries of Big Rivers  -  10:30-12:30
 

Ziv, Y.
Ben-Gurion University, Israel
Scale-dependent and multi-scale effects of species diversity patterns in a highly fragmented landscape along a sharp climatic gradient
Friday 5 October 2012:  GS01 - Biodiversity & biological conservation  -  09:30-12:30
 

Zuleta, G.A.
Maimónides University, Argentina
Post-disturbance regeneration thresholds in degraded and rehabilitated semiarid shrublands of the Monte Austral (Northern Patagonia, Argentina)
Thursday 4 October 2012:  GS11 - Ecosystem restoration & ecological engineering  -  10:15-12:30
 

Zuo, X.A.
Cold and Arid Regions of Environmental and Engineering Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Scale-dependence of plant richness and vegetation-environment relationship along a gradient of dune stabilization in Horqin Sand land, Northern China
Tuesday 2 October 2012:  Posters 201-300  -  3:30-5:30
 
 

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