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Changing Water and Nutrient Regimes in the Rainforest Canopy: The Impact On the Resident Epiphytes

Tuesday, 25 June 2013: 13:50-15:50
La Paz - C West (Herradura San Jose)
Principle Organizer:
Catherine Cardelus
Carrie L Woods
Carrie L Woods
The diversity of epiphytic species on isolated trees is influenced by local, spatial and historical factors
Kristoffer Hylander, Stockholm University; Sileshi Nemomissa, Addis Ababa University
Epiphytes improve host plant water use by microenvironment modification
Daniel E Stanton, Australian National University; Jackelyn Huallpa Chavez, Universidad National San Agustin de Arequipa; Lars O Hedin, Princeton University; Henry S Horn, Princeton University
Nutrient uptake in epiphytes
Gerhard Zotz, Universitšt Oldenburg
Effect of changing nutrient deposition on tropical canopies
Peter Hietz, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna
Impacts of increased nutrient deposition on epiphyte nutrient status and community structure
Catherine Cardelus, Colgate University; Carrie L Woods, Clemson University; Sheila Reagan, Colgate University; Emily Messing, Colgate University; Kaitlyn Soule, Colgate University
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