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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.

Download Agenda and Poster Abstracts (PDF) here!

poster session at the 2011 Andrews Forest Symposium photos by Lina DiGregorio


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