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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    A Glance Detailed Programs Custom Schedule Sessions Date Time Locations or Search Botany Mycology 2009 Home Login Primary Author Browse Select the Primary Authors to browse their abstracts Select as many as you like Barkworth Mary 2 Abstracts Gibson Phil 1 Abstract Hasenkampf Clare 1 Abstract Jones Timothy M 2 Abstracts Kennedy Peter 1 Abstract Kirchoff Bruce K 2 Abstracts Mast Austin 1 Abstract Minter D W 1 Abstract Morin

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    DNA Align A New Cross Platform Multiple Sequence Alignment Tool Log in to add this item to your schedule Conference Wide Kirchoff Bruce K Remington David L Healey Christopher 35 Ecological approaches to analyzing complex community datasets Log in to add this item to your schedule Conference Wide Kennedy Peter Bruns Tom Gilbert Gregory 34 Evaluating conservation status of fungi using IUCN criteria Log in to add this item to your schedule Conference Wide Minter D W 36 Image Quiz Teaching plant ID on the computer and with games Log in to add this item to your schedule Conference Wide Kirchoff Bruce K 38 Interactive keys writing and usability Log in to add this item to your schedule Conference Wide Jones Timothy M 37 Making a case for plants fungi Using and writing case studies for botany and mycology education Log in to add this item to your schedule Conference Wide Gibson Phil 43 Morphbank Log in to add this item to your schedule Conference Wide Mast Austin Riccardi Greg 39 Preparing Digital Images for Publication Log in to add this item to your schedule Conference Wide Vanderberg Mike 46 Sedge identification with interactive keys Log in to add this

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    Botany Mycology 2009 Home Login Author Browse Select the authors to browse their abstracts Select as many as you like Barkworth Mary 2 Abstracts Bruns Tom 1 Abstract Gibson Phil 1 Abstract Gilbert Gregory 1 Abstract Hasenkampf Clare 1 Abstract Healey Christopher 1 Abstract Jones Timothy M 2 Abstracts Kennedy Peter 1 Abstract Kirchoff Bruce K 2 Abstracts Mast Austin 1 Abstract Minter D W 1 Abstract Morin Nancy 1

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    Glance Detailed Programs Custom Schedule Sessions Date Time Locations or Search Botany Mycology 2009 Home Login Keyword Browse Select the Keywords to browse their abstracts Select as many as you like Active Learning 1 Abstract Collaborative Learning 1 Abstract Differentiated

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Abstract Search
    July 26th 9 00 am to 12 00 pm middot Superior A Cliff Lodge Level C Session WS 04 Workshop Making a case for plants fungi Using and writing case studies for botany and mycology education Presiding Phil Gibson University of Oklahoma Log in to add this item to your schedule WS 04001 July 26th 9 00 am Superior A Cliff Lodge Level C Making a case for plants fungi Using and writing case studies for botany and mycology education Log in to add this item to your schedule Workshop Gibson Phil Sunday July 26th 9 00 am to 12 00 pm middot Magpie A Cliff Lodge Level B Session WS 05 Workshop Interactive keys writing and usability Presiding Timothy M Jones LSU Herbarium Log in to add this item to your schedule WS 05001 July 26th 9 00 am Magpie A Cliff Lodge Level B Interactive keys writing and usability Log in to add this item to your schedule Workshop Jones Timothy M Sunday July 26th 10 00 am to 12 00 pm middot Wasatch A Cliff Lodge Level C Session WS 06 Workshop Teaching Botany in the Liberal Arts Curriculum Presiding Kumkum Prabhakar N C C Log in to add this item to your schedule WS 06001 July 26th 10 00 am Wasatch A Cliff Lodge Level C Teaching Botany in the Liberal Arts Curriculum Log in to add this item to your schedule Workshop Prabhakar Kumkum Active Learning undergraduate biology instruction Differentiated Instruction Collaborative Learning technology Sunday July 26th 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm middot Maybird Cliff Lodge Level C Session WS 07 Workshop Preparing Digital Images for Publication Presiding Michael Hepp The Sheridan Group Log in to add this item to your schedule WS 07001 July 26th 1 00 pm Maybird Cliff Lodge Level C Preparing Digital Images for Publication Log in to add this item to your schedule Workshop Vanderberg Mike Sunday July 26th 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm middot Superior B Cliff Lodge Level C Session WS 08 Workshop Sedge identification with interactive keys Presiding Timothy M Jones LSU Herbarium Log in to add this item to your schedule WS 08001 July 26th 1 00 pm Superior B Cliff Lodge Level C Sedge identification with interactive keys Log in to add this item to your schedule Workshop Jones Timothy M Sunday July 26th 1 00 pm to 5 00 pm middot Wasatch B Cliff Lodge Level C Session WS 10 Workshop Teaching Philosophy and Teaching Portfolios Creating and Using One Presiding Clare Hasenkampf University of Toronto Scarborough Log in to add this item to your schedule WS 10001 July 26th 1 00 pm Wasatch B Cliff Lodge Level C Canceled Teaching Philosophy and Teaching Portfolios Creating and Using One Log in to add this item to your schedule Workshop Hasenkampf Clare Sunday July 26th 1 00 pm to 5 00 pm middot Superior A Cliff Lodge Level C Session WS 11 Workshop Virtual Libraries Portals to Knowledge Presiding Nancy Morin

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  • Symposia and Colloquia Details - Botany & Mycology 2009
    us to better understand the history and nature of these interactions how they have directed plant fungal co evolution ultimately affecting community interactions and ecosystem function This line up of speakers will present emerging hypotheses on evolutionary processes governing the co evolution of symbioses between plants and fungi and evidence of phylogenetic and biogeographic patterns found among plants and fungi and their implications facilitation of symbionts in structuring communities and impacts on ecosystem processes Environmental Climate Change The role of marine and aquatic photosynthetic organisms in the global carbon cycle Anitra Thorhaug 1359 SW 22 Terrace Miami Fl 33145 phone 305 868 0014 fax 305 858 6697 Our symposium intends to update botanists about interactions between photosynthetic organisms in the sea and inland waters and the global carbon cycle especially in the context of anthropogenic effects influences such as additional carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere The organisms concerned range from picophytoplankton to macro algae and to seagrasses salt marsh plants and mangroves We have assembled an array of international experts to discuss their recent results and concepts We hope that synergisms among the speakers with the audience will help to lead the direction of expected progress in the next decade and more The oceans contain 95 of the carbon in the atmosphere biosphere system 38 000 Giga tonnes Man s activities are adding 8 5 million tonnes of carbon as carbon dioxide each year from fossil fuel burning and cement manufacture and 1 5 million tonnes per year from deforestation There are two sinks removing this anthropogenic carbon dioxide from the atmosphere the ocean removing about 26 of the carbon emitted and terrestrial vegetation removing about 29 The remaining 45 remains in the atmosphere contributing to an increased greenhouse effect The anthropogenic carbon dioxide taken up by the oceans over the last two centuries has decreased the pH by about 0 1 unit with an increase in dissolved carbon dioxide a smaller relative increase in bicarbonate and a decrease in carbonate A further decrease by up to 0 5 pH units in total is predicted by 2100 limiting the extent of the future capacity for removal of anthropogenic carbon dioxide These changes are expected to have differential effects on photosynthetic primary productivity by the range of phosynthetic organisms as well as having differential effects on calcification by photosynthetic and other organisms These predictions of variable effects of environmental change are related to the much greater phylogenetic diversity of aquatic primary producers than of embryophytic plants on land It is vital that increased knowledge of inorganic carbon assimilation in marine and freshwater systems is used to improve models of global biogechemical cycles and to inform suggestions about increasing carbon dioxide sequestion in the ocean The symposium will include a wide array of studies including the problems of the carbonate cycle within the oceans and the process of plant photosynthesis effecting this complex cycle the freshwater carbonate cycle the predictions of the role of plankton as well as benthic photosynthesis and

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Snowbird, Utah July 25 - 29, 2009
    Wasatch flora for keying plants No collecting is allowed on this trip or in Albion Basin Botany Walk Submitted by Stephen Stern Lynn Bohs stern biology utah edu Early morning strolls close to the conference center before the conference begins each morning to view the flora of the Wasatch Mountains A very casual walk with time for photography botanizing birding and hopefully a chance to see wildlife such as moose and pika A species lists for the plants we will likely encounter will be provided Milford Flat Wildfire Rehabilitation and Stabilization Submitted by Verlin Smith Ronald Bolander ron bolander blm gov On July 6 2007 a lightning strike stated a wildfire just north of Milford Utah During the next two weeks the fire burned over 360 000 acres of pinyon juniper woodland sage brush and cheat grass habitat Fire behavior was extreme in some areas Following the fire an extensive rehabilitation and stabilization effort costing several million dollars was undertaken Both native and non native seed was used Different seeding procedures were used including drilling chaining broadcasting etc This field trip would examine several areas that were seeded and some that were not seeded The relative success or lack thereof of the rehabilitation and stabilization will be discussed The challenges of using native seed will be the focus of this trip Bring sunscreen and dark glasses limited hiking but not strenuous Tour of Nine Mile Canyon Submitted by Dr Duane Atwood Ronald Bolander ron bolander blm gov We will drive south out onto the San Rafael Swell which is a unique and beautiful area Time permitting we will return to Snowbird by going up Farmington Canyon and driving along the Wasatch Plateau This trip will provide participants an opportunity to observe a wide variety of botanical communities In Spanish Fork Canyon we will stop and observe a rare plant Phacilia argillacea which has been listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act There 24 such listed species in Utah including two species of cacti that we will see hopefully when on the San Rafael Swell These are small cacti and after they flower they tend to disappear under the ground until the next spring We will visit a stand of unique and beautiful Bristlecone pine These are among of the oldest living things on the planet Following our visit to the San Rafael Swell a pinyon juniper desert shrub plant community we will travel up Farmington Canyon and drive across the Wasatch Plateau This is a stunning spruce fir conifer forest with several meadows and small lakes and streams to enjoy We will then go back down Spanish Fork Canyon and return to Snowbird Sunscreen insect repellent and dark glasses are recommended There will be several stops to look at vegetation cultural resources etc but no strenuous hiking is anticipated Alpine Scramble Loop Hike Submitted by John Sperry Stephen Stern j sperry utah edu This strenuous all day loop hike departs directly from Cliff Lodge A tram ride takes us

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  • Botany & Mycology 2009 - Snowbird, Utah July 25 - 29, 2009
    for registration fee refunds will be honored if received in writing before June 30 2009 to Botany Mycology 2009 Registration 125 Connemara Drive Granville OH 43023 Registration fee refunds will be subject to a 50 processing fee Fees for Scientific Field Trips Social Events and Workshops are non refundable if cancelled after July 1 2009 Full fee refunds will be granted for Social Events Scientific Field Trips and Workshops if

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