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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Wednesday, October 3 • 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Tracking foundation species dynamics from the mountains to the oceans in rapidly changing LTER sites

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Foundation species, such as micro- and macroalgae, grasses and sedges, conifers, mangroves, and corals are dominant, habitat-forming organisms that ameliorate stress to facilitate whole communities of associated species. Speakers in this workshop will share their insights about how foundation species are responding to climate change, habitat loss and degradation, eutrophication, shifts in food webs and other pressures at LTER sites from the mountains to the oceans. Participants will also start working towards a white paper summarizing how foundation species’ cover, composition and effects on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning are responding to these disturbances at LTER sites.

Lead Organizer
avatar for Luca Marazzi

Luca Marazzi

Postdoctoral Associate, Florida International University

Co-organizers
DG

Daniel Gann

Research Associate, Florida International University
EG

Evelyn Gaiser

Lead PI, Florida International University
KB

Kristin Briggs

Florida International University
MA

Merryl Alber

University of Georgia
NS

Nicholas Schulte

University of Colorado - Boulder


Wednesday October 3, 2018 1:30pm - 5:00pm
10. Oak Shelter