Tuesday, June 5, 2007: 2:00 PM-5:30 PM
Exhibit Hall (Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center)
Poster Session - Food Webs
The effect of acid mine drainage on the grazing of periphyton by invertebrates
Kelli A. Johnson, Morgan L. Vis, Ph.D, Kelly S. Johnson, Ph.D
Quantifying energy flow to aquatic food webs in the Colorado River using stable isotopes of hydrogen (dD)
Melanie Caron, Richard R. Doucett, John L. Sabo
Reach-scale geomorphology affects organic matter and consumer δ13C in a forested Piedmont stream (South Carolina, USA)
David M. Walters, Ken M. Fritz, Don Phillips
Endangered White Sturgeon and Mysis relicta, an Introduced Freshwater Shrimp: A Beneficial Relationship Emerges
Lynn C. Westcott, Mike Hildebrand, Larry Hildebrand
Invertebrate diets track downstream changes in resource availability in the Colorado River below Glen Canyon Dam
Holly A. Wellard, Emma J. Rosi-Marshall, Robert O. Hall, Wyatt F. Cross, Theodore A. Kennedy, Colden V. Baxter
How does invertebrate function vary among wetland types?
Alani N. Taylor, B.S.
The Influence of Aquatic Versus Terrestrial Production on Soil Invertebrate Communities in a Floodplain Ecosystem
Sandra M. Clinton, Mary E. Power
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