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HJ Andrews Experimental Forest
12th LTER Symposium
Future projections from long term research:
Understanding interactions between complex terrain, climate, and ecosystem processes and projecting to the future
April 18 & 19, 2011
Memorial Union, Oregon State University Campus
Hosted by the Andrews Forest LTER.
poster session at the 2011 Andrews Forest Symposium photos by Lina DiGregorio
AGENDA:Monday, April 18. Poster session and Mixer - Memorial Union Room 109
2 - 3 PM Poster set up for presenters 3 - 6 PM Posters: Recent findings and current research. Open poster session for research from Andrews Forest Program
Mixer: available to anyone who registers by April 13.
Tuesday, April 19. Presentations - OSU Memorial Union Joyce Powell Leadership Center (east end of first floor)
8:30 - 8:50 Welcome and Overview. Barbara Bond, LTER Lead PI, Professor, Forest Ecosystems and Society, OSU 8:50 - 9:10 Expanding the Human Dimensions of the Andrews program: Social Science (Goal III). Denise Lach, Associate Professor, Sociology 9:10 - 9:30 Andrews Forest Citizenship: from Humanities to Research-Management Partnership (Goal III). Fred Swanson, Research Geologist, USFS PNW 9:30 - 9:45 LTER6 foundations part 1: Information Management. Don Henshaw, USFS PNW 9:45 - 10:00 Break 10:00 - 10:20 LTER6 foundations part 2: Climate (Goals I, II). Anne Nolin, Associate Professor, Geosciences, OSU 10:20 - 10:40 LTER6 foundations part 3: Digital Forests (Goal I). Tom Spies, Research Forester and Team Leader, USFS PNW 10:40 - 11:00 LTER6 integrated research part 1: Retrospective Analyses . “Long-term records – what’s changing, what’s not”? (Goals I, II). Julia Jones, Professor, Geosciences, OSU 11:00 - 11:20 LTER6 integrated research part 2: Phenology (Goals I, II). Sherri Johnson, Research Ecologist, USFS PNW 11:20 - 11:40 LTER6 integrated research part 3: Water and carbon in small watersheds (Goals I, II). Barbara Bond. 11:40 - Noon LTER6 integrated research part 4: Modeling and future projections (Goal II). Mark Harmon, Professor, Forest Ecosystems and Society, OSU