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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Wednesday, October 3 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Best practices for designing climate change experiments and quantifying climate exposure

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In this workshop, we will discuss two topics to improve methodology for studying climate change across sites: 1) determining the appropriate scale for manipulative climate change experiments, 2) quantifying the magnitude of climate change experienced by different areas of a landscape. At what scale should we manipulate temperature and precipitation to simulate climate change? Can we standardize our decision-making process? Many LTER sites feature fine-scale heterogeneity in topography, vegetation, soils, and hydrology. It is crucial to take this heterogeneity into account and discuss and standardize the quantification of microclimates across the landscape both in and out of manipulative experiments.

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Chiara Forrester

PhD Student, University of Colorado at Boulder and Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research

Co-organizers
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Cliff Bueno de Mesquita

University of Colorado at Boulder and Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research
Niwot Ridge, plant community ecology, microbial ecology, plant-microbe interactions, climate change


Wednesday October 3, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
08. Nautilus E Meeting Room