Vegetation Dynamics sessions focus on spatio-temporal dynamics in response to environmental changes in all geographic contexts using a variety of data analysis methods (field-based data, applications of GIS and remote sensing, spatial analysis, and modeling).
|Presenter||Sewon Ohr*, University of Texas at Austin, Daehyun Kim, Seoul National University, Geunhak Lee, Seoul National University, Hanseop Lee, Seoul National University, Effect of Environmental Factors on the Distribution of Vegetations in Siheung Saltmarsh, Korea||15||11:10 AM|
|Presenter||Sean Kearney*, USDA - ARS - Fort Collins, CO, Lauren Porensky, USDA - ARS - Fort Collins, CO, David Augustine, USDA - ARS - Fort Collins, CO, Rowan Gaffney, USDA - ARS - Fort Collins, CO, Justin Derner, USDA - ARS - Cheyenne, WY, Mapping herbaceous biomass at spatial and temporal scales necessary for within-season adaptive rangeland management||15||11:25 AM|
|Presenter||Jeremy Johnson*, Prescott College, Marja Haagsma, Oregon State University, Gerald Page, Government of Western Australia/CISERO, Christopher Still, Oregon State University, Kristen Waring, Northern Arizona University, Richard Sniezko, USDA Forest Service: Dorena Genetic Resource Center, John Selker, Oregon State University, New approaches for monitoring disease progression in southwestern white pine||15||11:40 AM|
|Discussant||Parveen Chhetri California State University||15||11:55 AM|
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