Society for Range Management | 2019 Annual Meeting

Adaptive Rangeland Management through a Better Understanding of Plant Responses to Drought: Scaling Ecophysiological Responses to Sustain Future Landscapes

Adaptive Rangeland Management through a Better Understanding of Plant Responses to Drought: Scaling Ecophysiological Responses to Sustain Future Landscapes

8:00 Learning from the Past: Identifying the Historical Significance of Plant Functional Research on Rangeland Management Troy Ocheltree
8:20 Physiological And Microanatomical Responses To Extreme Drought In Andropogon Gerardii Seton Bachle2
8:40 How Do Grasses Do That? Linking Anatomical Structure to Freezing and Drought Tolerance in C3 Grasses Dan Spitzer
9:00 Using Ecophysiology to Draw Inference into Grassland Ecosystems Management Jesse Nippert
9:20 Physiological Responses to Elevated CO2 and Drought in Encroaching Woody Species Rory O’Connor
9:40 Drought and Belowground Buds:  Potential Impacts on Perennial Grass Bud Production, Quality, and Mortality Jacqueline Ott
10:00 Break
10:20 Ecological Impacts of Drought Depends on Seasonal Timing in a Semi-Arid Rangeland David Hoover
10:40 Drought, Plant Adaptation, and Restoration in Sagebrush-Steppe Rangelands Matthew Germino
11:00 Plant Traits Predict Precipitation Sensitivity of Species and Communities in Semi-Arid Shortgrass Prairie Kevin Wilcox
11:20 Rangeland DRYnamics: Past and Future Ecological Drought in Western U.S. Rangelands John Bradford
11:40 Looking to the Future: How Can Plant Functional Research Save the World! Ocheltree and O’Connor