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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and Future

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247Biodiversity in a fragmented landscape: linking forest productivity, introduced predators, and native arthropod and bird communities in lava-fragmented ecosystems in Hawaii
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureFukami, Tadashi; Wilson, Erin E.; Knowlton, Jessie L.; Gruner, Daniel S.; Leopold, Devin R.; Flaspohler, David J.; Giardina, Christian P..ecology
island biogeography
228Floristic change during a global greenhouse event 56 million years ago: what can we learn about the future?
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureWing, Scott.global change
climate
Paleobotany
extinction
205New insights on the origins of extant fern diversity
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSchuettpelz, Eric.biodiversity
divergence time estimation
diversification
ferns
mega-phylogeny approach
15Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and Future
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureWeller, Stephen; Skog, Judith; Holsinger, Kent.biodiversity
231Plant Conservation in a Changing World
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureHavens, Kayri; Vitt, Pati.conservation
global change
restoration
seed banking
306The “Endless Forms”: Genetics, Development, and Evolution of Flower Color and Shape
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureYuan, Yaowu; Sagawa, Janelle; Bradshaw, Toby.Flower color and shape
Mimulus
Genetics
Development
Evolution
195The dark side of N: Why nitrogen is dangerous for native plant diversity and what we can do about it
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Past Presidents' Symposium: Biodiversity: Past, Present, and FutureSuding, Katharine.nitrogen
biodiversity
alpine tundra
microbial
competition
global change
Species richness

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