Sessions


004 Large-scale limnology – Integrating across landscapes to understand regional controls on biodiversity and nutrient cycles

Aquatic ecosystems are increasingly recognized both as hotspots for ecosystem processes, and home to fascinating and diverse biotic populations, but how does it all scale up?  Just what role to aquatic systems play in global elemental cycles and in the maintenance of biodiversity at regional to global scales?  What are the key drivers that control the role of aquatic systems at these scales?  Presentations in this session will draw upon a diversity of approaches and perspectives (including data syntheses, sensor and collaborative networks, and modeling efforts) to address these pressing issues.

Session organizer(s)

Matt Leibold, University of Texas at Austin
mleibold@mail.utexas.edu

Nigel Roulet, McGill University
nigel.roulet@mcgill.ca

Lars Tranvik, Uppsala University
lars.tranvik@ebc.uu.se

Jake Vander Zanden, University of Wisconsin
mjvanderzand@wisc.edu



Date: 5/22/2014

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Oral Presentations
Location: Oregon Ballroom

10:00
Declerck, S.; METACOMMUNITY THEORY AS A FRAMEWORK FOR THE STUDY OF SPATIAL COMMUNITY PATTERNS: ON THE IMPORTANCE OF LANDSCAPE FEATURES AND ORGANISM TRAITS (Abstract ID:13785) O

10:15
Brown, B. L.; Swan, C. M.; Wahl, C.; LIMNOLOGISTS WHO GET THE DRIFT: THE STRUCTURE OF RIVER NETWORKS DICTATES THE PROCESS OF COMMUNITY ASSEMBLY (Abstract ID:15070) O

10:30
Gudasz, C.; Seekell, D. A.; Pace, M. L.; Verpoorter, C.; Tranvik, L. J.; Karlsson, J.; TOWARDS REGIONAL CARBON CYCLING IN LAKES; LANDSCAPE SCALE NONLINEARITIES OF CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSION IN SWEDISH LAKES (Abstract ID:14699) O

10:45
Winslow, L. A.; Read, J. S.; Hanson, P. C.; Stanley, E. H.; THE IMPORTANCE OF BIG AND SMALL: USING POWER-LAW BASED MODELS TO CONNECT ECOSYSTEM PROCESS TO THE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF LAKES (Abstract ID:13367) O

11:00
Read, J. S.; Winslow, L. A.; Hansen, G. A.; Van Den Hoek, J.; Hanson, P. C.; Bruce, L.; Markfort, C. D.; SIMULATING LAKES IN THE LANDSCAPE (Abstract ID:13613) O

11:15
Kritzberg, E. S.; Ekström, S.; Reader, H.; CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF INCREASING IRON CONCENTRATIONS IN FRESHWATERS (Abstract ID:14378) O

11:30
Greene, S.; Johnes, P. J.; Bloomfield, J.; Reaney, S.; Lawley, R.; IMPROVING LANDSCAPE-SCALE NURIENT FLUX MODELLING USING A REGIONALISED GEOSPATIAL MODELLING FRAMEWORK (Abstract ID:13784) O

11:45
Lottig, N. R.; Tan, P. N.; Cheruvelil, K. S.; Scott, C. E.; Wagner, T.; Soranno, P. A.; Stow, C. A.; Yuan, S.; TAXONOMY OF CHANGE: USING CLUSTER ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY TEMPORAL- PATTERNS IN LIMNOLOGICAL DATA (Abstract ID:13640) O

13:30
Striegl, R. G.; Wickland, K. P.; Dornblaser, M. M.; Spencer, R. G.; CARBON DYNAMICS OF BOREAL LAKES IN THE YUKON FLATS REGION OF INTERIOR ALASKA (Abstract ID:15553) O

13:45
Rasilo, T.; Prairie, Y. T.; del Giorgio, P. A.; PATTERNS IN SUMMER CH4 FLUXES ACROSS BOREAL QUEBEC LAKES AND LINKS TO CO2 AND TOTAL C EMISSIONS (Abstract ID:14475) O

14:00
Jones, S. E.; Zwart, J. A.; Solomon, C. T.; SPATIALLY EXPLICIT SCALING OF A LAKE PROCESS MODEL TO ESTIMATE LAKE CONTRIBUTIONS TO REGIONAL CARBON BUDGETS (Abstract ID:15047) O

14:15
Kellerman, A. M.; Dittmar, T.; Kothawala, D. N.; Tranvik, L. J.; MOLECULAR-LEVEL REGULATORS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER ACROSS LANDSCAPES (Abstract ID:14434) O

14:30
Hughes, R. M.; Leitão, R. P.; Ligeiro, R.; Macedo, D. R.; Junqueira, N.; Silva, D. O.; Sanches, B. O.; Terra, B. F.; Callisto, M.; Pompeu, P. S.;DIVERSITY PATTERNS AND THE RELATIVE INFLUENCE OF CATCHMENT AND SITE VARIABLES ON LOTIC FISH AND MACROINVERTEBRATE RICHNESS (Abstract ID:14284) O

14:45
Feld, C. K.; Birk, S.; Eme, D.; Gerisch, M.; Kernan, M.; Malard, F.; Pletterbauer, F.; Salgado-Bonnet, J.; Stendera, S.; Hering, D.;INDEPENDENT, OVERLAPPING AND INTERACTING EFFECTS OF GEO-CLIMATIC FACTORS AND HUMAN LAND USE ON DIVERSITY PATTERNS IN FIVE EUROPEAN FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS (Abstract ID:13770) O

15:00
Ptacnik, R.; REGIONAL DIVERSITY GRADIENTS PREDICT SEVERITY OF PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS (Abstract ID:14335) O

15:15
Soued, C.; del Giorgio, P. A.; Maranger, R.; CROSS-REGIONAL PATTERNS OF NITROUS OXIDE FLUXES FROM BOREAL FRESHWATER NETWORKS (Abstract ID:14290) O

16:00
O'Reilly, C. M.; Sharma, S.; Grey, D. K.; Hampton, S. E.; Read, J. S.; Rowley, R. J.; Hook, S. J.; Schneider, P.; Ruppert, J.; GLTC Contributors, .;GLOBAL PATTERNS IN LAKE SURFACE TEMPERATURE TRENDS (Abstract ID:15388) O

16:15
Oliver, S. O.; Stanley, E. H.; Cheruvelil, K. S.; Downing, J. A.; Fergus, C. E.; Soranno, P. A.; Wagner, T.; Webster, K.; Winslow, L.; PREDICTION AND PATTERNS OF LAKE DEPTH ACROSS A 17-STATE REGION IN THE U.S. (Abstract ID:14882) O

16:30
Langer, T. A.; Pangle, K. L.; Murry, B. A.; Uzarski, D. G.; BETA DIVERSITY, SPATIOTEMPORAL STRUCUTRING AND MECHANISMS SHAPING GREAT LAKE COASTAL WETLAND FISH AND MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES (Abstract ID:13906) O

16:45
Christel, S. T.; Soranno, P. A.; Stanley, E. H.; Cheruvelil, K. S.; Lottig, N. R.; LESSONS FROM LAGOS: THE TRIUMPHS AND CHALLENGES OF CREATING AN INTEGRATED MULTI-SCALED, MULTI-THEMED LAKE NUTRIENT GEODATABASE AT SUBCONTINENTAL SCALES (Abstract ID:13135) O

17:00
Read, E. K.; Patil, V.; Oliver, S. K.; Hetherington, A.; Brentrup, J.; Winters, K.; Zwart, J.; Winslow, L.; Hanson, P. C.; Weathers, K. C.;THE IMPORTANCE OF LAKE-SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR WATER QUALITY ACROSS THE CONTINENTAL U.S. (Abstract ID:14655) O

17:15
Fergus, C. E.; Oliver, S. K.; Skaff, N. K.; Scott, C. E.; Soranno, P. A.; Cheruvelil, K. S.; Webster, K.; Bremigan, M. T.; MEASURING PATTERNS OF LAKE, STREAM, AND WETLAND CONNECTIVITY AT MACROSCALES (Abstract ID:15021) O

17:30
Thornbrugh, D. J.; Infante, D. M.; LANDSCAPE EFFECTS ON FLUVIAL FISH ASSEMBLAGE STRUCTURE: REGION-SPECIFIC RESPONSE TO ANTHROPOGENIC STRESSORS. (Abstract ID:13491) O

17:45
Scott, C. E.; Fergus, C. E.; Lottig, N. R.; Filstrup, C. T.; Wagner, T.; Stanley, E. H.; Soranno, P. A.; WHICH GLOBAL AND REGIONAL CLIMATE METRICS AT MACROSCALES BEST DESCRIBE LAKE WATER QUALITY RESPONSES TO CLIMATE CHANGE? (Abstract ID:15180) O

Poster Presentations
Location: Poster/Exhibit Hall

14
Karaus, U.; Larsen, S.; Tockner, K.; THE CONTRIBUTION OF LATERAL AQUATIC HABITATS TO INSECT DIVERSITY ALONG RIVER CORRIDORS IN THE ALPS (Abstract ID:13221) P

15
Bowen, J. C.; Clark, C. D.; De Bruyn, W. J.; SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF CHROMOPHORIC DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (CDOM) OPTICAL PROPERTIES IN COASTAL SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (Abstract ID:13730) P

16
Baecher, J. A.; Leasure, D. R.; Lynch, D.; Magoulick, D. D.; INFLUENCE OF LAND USE AND HYDROLOGIC DISTURBANCE ON CRAYFISH ASSEMBLAGES (Abstract ID:13908) P

17
RUIZ GONZALEZ, C.; LAPIERRE, J. F.; Niño, J. P.; DEL GIORGIO, P. A.; LANDSCAPE AND DOC CONTROLS ON BACTERIOPLANKTON FUNCTIONAL CAPACITIES ACROSS BOREAL AQUATIC SYSTEMS (Abstract ID:14023) P

18
Filstrup, C. T.; Oliver, S. K.; Stanley, E. H.; Stow, C. A.; Wagner, T.; Webster, K. E.; Downing, J. A.; SUBSIDY-STRESS EFFECTS OF NITROGEN ON PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS (Abstract ID:14114) P

19
West, W. E.; Coloso, J. J.; Jones, S. E.; LANDSCAPE DRIVERS OF LAKE METHANE EMISSIONS (Abstract ID:14648) P

20
Fork, M. L.; Heffernan, J. B.; LONG-TERM TRENDS IN ORGANIC MATTER CONCENTRATION AND FLUX ACROSS U.S. RIVERS (Abstract ID:14503) P

21
Olker, J. H.; Schoff, P. K.; Guntenspergen, G. R.; Johnson, L. B.; LANDSCAPE FACTORS INFLUENCING RANA PIPIENS PRESENCE, BREEDING, SKELETAL MALFORMATIONS, AND GONADAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE U.S. PRAIRIE POTHOLE REGION (Abstract ID:14805) P

22
Hinkel, K. M.; Arp, C. D.; Beck, R. A.; Eisner, W. R.; Frey, K. E.; Grosse, G.; Jones, B. M.; Lenters, J. D.; Liu, H.; Townsend-Small, A.;THE CIRCUM-ARCTIC LAKES OBSERVATION NETWORK (CALON): LARGE-SCALE LIMNOLOGY IN NORTHERN ALASKA (Abstract ID:14817) P

23
Miller, C. C.; Harrison, J. A.; RESULTS FROM A REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF NITROGEN DYNAMICS IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER BASIN USING A DOWNSCALED GLOBAL DISSOLVED INORGANIC NITROGEN MODEL (Abstract ID:15434) P

24
Kraemer, B. M.; Silow, E.; Vadeboncoeur, Y.; McIntyre, P. B.; NONLINEAR RESPONSES OF LAKE ECOSYSTEMS TO CLIMATE CHANGE (Abstract ID:15471) P

25
Roehm, c. l.; ENABLING LARGE SCALE LIMNOLOGY USING ECOLOGICAL SENSOR NETWORKS (Abstract ID:15570) P

26
Hughes, A. T.; Pederson, C. L.; DO ARTIFICIAL RIFFLES ENHANCE NUTRIENT RETENTION IN A RESTORED STREAM? (Abstract ID:15670) P