INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR VEGETATION SCIENCE..

63rd IAVS Symposium

 

20-23 September 2021 Virtual Conference
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  11-OP Phylogenetic structure and functional diversity of European forest communities Josep Padullés Cubino Received Received
  12-OP Introducing the Global Vegetation Project: a crowd-sourced platform for open-access vegetation photos Daniel Laughlin Received Received
  13-OP Effectiveness of PAB factors proxies to explain the spatial pattern of Solidago invasion at a regional scale Chathura Perera Received Received
  14-PO Assessing the impact of anthropogenic activities on the Mediterranean endemics in Egypt Heba Bedair Received Received
  15-OP Fifteen emerging challenges and opportunities for vegetation science - A horizon scan Florencia Yannelli Received Received
  17-OP Can we predict the recovery rate of secondary savannas in abandoned pastures? Mario Cava Received Received
  18-OP Hedgerows across Europe: Forest plant species in the context of management and regional climate Kathrin Litza Received Received
  19-OP Measuring alpha and beta diversity by field and Remote-Sensing data: a challenge for coastal dunes biodiversity monitoring Flavio Marzialetti Received Received
  21-PLT Windthrow events enhance biodiversity in a mesic Quercus forest in the Central Russian Upland Larisa Khanina Received Received
  22-OP Disentangling direct and indirect effects of island area on plant functional trait distributions Julian Schrader Received Received
  23-OP Effects of habitat type and city size on the diversity of urban vegetation in Kazakhstan Tatyana Vakhlamova Received Received
  25-OP Ice-age vegetation of northern Siberia and Beringia: a view through mammoth stomachs Milan Chytry Received Received
  26-PO Phytomass structure of abandoned and managed mesic meadows in the forest zone: a case study from NW Russia Tatiana Gavrilova Received Received
  27-OP Weather fluctuations drive short-term dynamics and long-term stability in plant communities: a 25-year study in a Central European dry grassland Felícia Fischer Received Received
  29-OP Neophyte invasions in European grasslands Irena Axmanová Received Received
  30-OP Plants with ruderal strategy do not rely only on seeds, they also resprout from roots Jana Martínková Received Received
  31-OP Plant invasion in Mediterranean Europe, current hotspots and future scenarios Luigi Cao Pinna Received Received
  32-OP Functional response of grassland plants to extreme drought Rosa Kramp Received Received
  33-PLT Maps of European alliances: examples of distribution patterns Zdenka Preislerova Received Received
  34-OP Post-glacial determinants of regional species pools in alpine grasslands Borja Jiménez-Alfaro Received Received
  35-OP Tree abundance patterns in the light of the Law of the Minimum Sara Villén-Pérez Received Received
  36-PO Variation in belowground functional traits of plant species along the marl prairie-slough gradients in the Everglades Carlos Pulido Received Received
  37-OP Patterns and drivers of non-native plant invasions in northern prairie grasslands Viktoria Wagner Received Received
  38-PLT Carbon dynamics and biodiversity conservation in the Southern Brazilian Atlantic Forest Kauane Bordin Received Received
  39-OP Spatial depiction of vegetation types in a species-rich oceanic temperate forest: a repeatable approach for regional vegetation classification and mapping Susan Wiser Received Received
  41-PLT Nardus grasslands and wet heaths are affected differently by the reintroduction of management and pH recovery a resurvey after 32 years Leonie Mazalla Received Received
  43-OP Direct and indirect interactions promote the accumulation of nonnative plants after invasive species removal Agostina Torres Received Received
  45-PLT FERN Database: Data on vegetation across forest edges from the Forest Edge Research Network Karen Harper Received Received
  46-OP Applying vegetation science concepts to crops: trait diversity across rice varieties increases complementarity effects and productivity Francesco de Bello Received Received
  49-PLT Inter-annual dynamics of Cerrado invaded communities under different fire seasons Gabriela Dezotti Received Received
  50-OP Grassland plant community response to interacting disturbances and temporal variability Bianca Ott Andrade Received Received
  51-OP Impact of key climate variables on the phenology of ed woody plant resources in southern Africa Alan Barrett Received Received
  52-OP Composition and diversity of restored forest ecosystems on mine-spoils in South-Western Ghana Bertrand Nero Received Received
  53-OP Drought years in peatland rewetting: rapid vegetation succession can maintain the net CO2 sink function. Gerald Jurasinski Received Received
  54-OP Linking spectral heterogeneity and plant diversity across scales and time: a Czech Republic experience Michela Perrone Received Received
  56-OP Combining field mapping and LiDAR data to improve assessment and conservation management of Natura 2000 priority habitat types Janez Kermavnar Received Received
  58-OP Floral and reproductive plant functional traits are multidimensional and independent within the whole plant economic spectrum Anna E-Vojtkó Received Received
  60-PO Savanna seedlings will not invest more in root growth under a future scenario Adalgisa Maria Chaib Received Received
  61-PLT Cumulative vegetation impacts of a gravel road and climate change in an ice-wedge polygon landscape, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska DONALD WALKER Received Received
  63-PLT Chronic drought effects on above- and belowground production in a temperate grassland ecosystem Karen Castillioni Received Received
  64-PO Carbon sequestered by native restoration plantings, southern Port Hills and Quail Island, Canterbury, New Zealand Paula Yarur Received Received
  65-PO Seed persistence and its role in species invasiveness. Insights from burial experiments. Lenka Moravcová Received Received
  66-OP Combating Desertification in Northern Nigeria: Lessons learned so far Quadri Anibaba Received Received
  67-PO Effect of standing vegetation on seed persistence of ed invasive species Hana Skálová Received Received
  68-OP Changes in species composition and plant functional traits during the landslide succession in high-mountain coniferous forest in central Taiwan Chien-Fan Chen Received Received
  70-OP Extending the community-weighted mean approach to intraspecific trait variation: how to deal with overly optimistic standard parametric tests? David Zeleny Received Received
  71-OP Re-survey vegetation studies reveal long-term changes of epigeic bryophytes and lichens in German forests and grasslands Martin Diekmann Received Received
  72-PO Impact of Urban Climate on Phenology and Fitness of Herbaceous Plant Species Jolina Paulssen Received Received
  73-PLT Soil properties drive plant composition in a Mediterranean alpine metacommunity Clara Espinosa Del Alba Received Received
  74-OP Out of sight out of mind? Soil legacy effects of Acacia invasions and their implications for restoration in South Africas Cape Floristic Region Florencia Yannelli Received Received
  75-OP Wind stress as a climatic driver of plant species distributions and community-level characteristics Mia Momberg Received Received
  76-OP How long do bracken (Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn) control treatments maintain effectiveness for conservation? Rob Marrs Received Received
  80-PLT Air humidity control epiphyte distributions even in a narrow spatial scale of equal precipitation: case study in a mature evergreen broadleaf forest of Japan Mifumi Seto Received Received
  81-PLT Fire effects on the seed bank of open savannas of the Cerrado Mariana Dairel Received Received
  82-PLT How many and which species to plant? A multi-trait-based approach to species to restore ecosystem services Raissa Iana Jardim Received Received
  83-PLT Using satellite data to detect changes in habitat extent Ildikó Turcsányi-Járdi Received Received
  84-OP Individual fitness is decoupled from coarse-scale probability of occurrence in North American tree species Gabriele Midolo Received Received
  85-OP Seed germination requirements explain wetland species distribution at local scale Sergey Rosbakh Received Received
  86-PLT Effects of hydrological alterations in the riparian carbon stock capacity: understanding the past to predict the future Maria do Rosário Fernandes Received Received
  87-OP Foliar summer frost resistance measured via electrolyte leakage approach as related to plant distribution, community composition and performance Sergey Rosbakh Received Received
  91-OP Drivers of herbaceous species composition and distribution in the Sudanian Savannas of West Africa Reginald Tang Guuroh Received Received
  93-PLT Do subtropical montane cloud forests in Taiwan act as insular systems for woody species? Yu-Pei Tseng Received Received
  95-OP Taxonomic and functional diversity in relation to pastoral value of plant communities subject to intense cattle grazing Michele Dalle Fratte Received Received
  96-OP Survival and flowering of three late-blooming grasses in a frequently burned Cerrado Hudson Fontenele Received Received
  98-OP Belowground traits and root distribution of African invasive grasses vary with soil composition and can create legacy effect in Brazilian savannas Soizig Le Stradic Received Received
  99-OP Performance landscapes for temperate trees across a climatic gradient Andrew Siefert Received Received
  100-OP Effects of stand structure and ungulates on understory vegetation in managed and unmanaged forests Laura Chevaux Received Received
  101-PLT Phytoecological study of dry vegetation in Moheli island, the only biosphere reserve of Comoros Archipelago Maoulida Mohamed ABDILLAHI Received Received
  102-PLT Belowground organs diversity in species from the herbaceous layer in tropical open savannas Aline B Bombo Received Received
  103-OP Capturing Vegetation Dynamics since 1973: Repeated Resurveys Reveal Shifts in Pasture Vegetation in the Western Tien-Shan Mountains Munavar Zhumanova Received Received
  106-OP COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE RESPONSE OF SEEDLINGS FROM DIFFERENT PROVENANCES OF TETRAPLUERA SPECIES (AIDAN TREE) TO DROUGHT Eunice Okyere-Agyapong Received Received
  108-OP Unknown islands Bedrock Meadows in the interior Pacific Northwest North America Ricarda Patsch Received Received
  110-OP How accidental are epiphytes? Using community assembly theory to identify adaptation of terrestrial woody plants to the epiphytic habit James Brock Received Received
  111-OP Revisiting Protea Atlas Project plots in the Agulhas Plain, South Africa: Has invasions changed things? Dewidine van der Colff Received Received
  113-PLT Effect of wind and soil conditions on inter- and intraspecific leaf trait variation of broadleaf trees in the cloud forest: a case study from Taiwan Yi-Nuo Lee Received Received
  114-PLT Two-year management does not compensate for the vegetation and soil difference between invaded and non-invaded areas Bogi Berki Received Received
  115-OP Where does the water come from? Quantifying water-uptake depths of plants in changing grasslands. Sophie Weides Received Received
  116-OP Woody species richness along elevation in Taiwan: patterns and mechanisms Po-Yu Lin Received Received
  119-OP Accelerated and relocated abandonment in a Mediterranean mountainous landscape: drivers and consequences on vegetation succession Diogenis Kiziridis Received Received
  120-PO Coenological and biomass investigation of the sandy grasslands along the Danube Gergely Pápay Received Received
  121-OP Biodiversity across elevation and latitude in subtropical and tropical forests of China Jian Zhang Received Received
  122-OP Growth response of plantation species (Cedrela odorata and Terminalia superba) to variability in site and climatic conditions David Akowuah Received Received
  123-PO The taxonomic problems of the Festuca vaginata agg. and their coenosystematic aspects Károly Penksza Received Received
  125-OP Land-use modulates the influence of different diversity facets on ecosystem stability Marta Gaia Sperandii Received Received
  127-OP Defining invasiveness and its inheritance using growth and reproductive traits of an invasive grass Cynthia Huebner Received Received
  129-OP Seed persistence in the soil promotes local establishment, naturalization, and invasiveness in alien seed plants Margherita Gioria Received Received
  131-OP Riparian vegetation potential to support distinct functional faunistic groups and related Ecosystem Services in human-dominated landscapes André Fonseca Received Received
  133-OP Citizen science can step in when we cannot step out: How the iNaturalist platform is contributing to the national vegetation map in South Africa Anisha Dayaram Received Received
  135-OP Make Grasslands Great Again (for insects) Using an experiment along a soil moisture gradient to facilitate insects in a grassland-dominated agricultural landscape. Julian Ahlborn Received Received
  136-PLT Mixed-species forests enhance biodiversity of understorey vegetation in eastern Fennoscandia Maija Salemaa Received Received
  138-PO Testing stochastic community models with long-term spatiotemporal data in grasslands Sándor Bartha Received Received
  139-OP Collaboration networks in vegetation sciences: the case of Latin America and the Caribbean in JVS and AVS Marius Bottin Received Received
  141-OP Microclimate shapes vegetation response to drought in calcareous grasslands - results are robust to relocation error Leonie Mazalla Received Received
  142-OP Fire promotes carbon stock in belowground organs and fine root biomass on tropical old-growth grassland Juliana Teixeira Received Received
  143-OP An investigation into the causes of tree species identification errors in large forest inventory and monitoring programs James Rosson Received Received
  145-PLT Inventory of grassland habitats of Ukraine using phytosociological databases Anna Kuzemko Received Received
  146-PLT Synthesis on ecosystem services in the Carpathians (Central-Eastern Europe) Viktória Duricová Received Received
  147-OP Effect of climate and ungulate browsing on regeneration of spruce, fir and beech in mountain forests in the French Alps Mithila Unkule Received Received
  148-PLT Effects of forest stand structure on population of endangered orchid species Cypripedium calceolus L. Kacper Foremnik Received Received
  149-PLT Local estimation of community stochasticity reveals increasingly predictable functional composition along a productivity gradient Attila Lengyel Received Received
  150-OP Ecosystem state assessment after more than 100?years since rehabilitation Gianmaria Bonari Received Received
  152-OP Predicting the risk of grassland habitat loss in Ukraine due to global warming based on phytoindication methods Anna Kuzemko Received Received
  153-OP Spatial indicators for evaluating changes in inner-alpine dry grassland species composition Elisabeth Kindermann Received Received
  154-OP Do Sacred Natural Sites conserve biodiversity on a national scale? Insights from Italy Piero Zannini Received Received
  155-PLT Unmanned Aerial Systems to investigate patterns of invasion of Robinia pseudoacacia at the individual level on riparian ecosystems Leopoldo de Simone Received Received
  157-OP Determinants of biogeographical distribution of grasses in grasslands of South America Helena Streit Received Received
  158-PO Classification of Pinus nigra forest vegetation Gianmaria Bonari Received Received
  159-PLT Natural Intelligence for Robotic Monitoring of Annex I Habitats: first steps in an unexplored world Daniela Gigante Received Received
  160-OP Evolutionary history of grazing and resources determine herbivore exclusion effects on plant diversity Jodi Price Received Received
  162-OP Species richness and phylogenetic distance control plant growth during early restoration of a riparian forest in a semi-arid environment Leonardo H. Teixeira Received Received
  163-PO Weak coordination between leaf drought tolerance and proxy traits in herbaceous plants Maria Majekova Received Received
  164-PLT Shifts in ecological strategies at inter and intraspecific levels of woody plants in forest-grasslands mosaics Joice Klipel Received Received
  165-PLT Post-fire reproductive phenology of a savanna in Central Brazil highlights fire-stimulated flowering of the ground layer Hudson Fontenele Received Received
  166-OP Endemics determine bioregionalization in the alpine zone of the Irano-Anatolian biodiversity hotspot (South-West Asia) Jalil Noroozi Received Received
  168-OP Continental scale drivers of EU habitat richness Marco Cervellini Received Received
  169-OP Abundance and diversity of edible wild plants in managed boreal forests Anni Jasková Received Received
  171-OP Grassland stability: the role of biodiversity in the face of climate change Daniela Hoss Received Received
  173-PLT The effect of overgrazing on the physiological and morphological leaf traits of Argania spinosa L. Skeels under arid climate. Aicha NAIT DOUCH Received Received
  175-OP Space-constrained hierarchical clustering Pierre Legendre Received Received
  176-PLT Successional stages in dolines (sinkholes) as soil organic carbon reservoirs in karst areas, SW Slovenia Andraz Carni Received Received
  177-PO Floodplain vegetation mapping of Northern Dvina and Pinega rivers, Archangelsk region, Russia Marina Makarova Received Received
  178-OP Braun-Blanquet meets EcoVeg: a formation and division level classification of European phytosociological units Don Faber-Langendoen Received Received
  179-OP Effects of climate on abundance and richness of Neotropical epiphytes Joăo Pedro Costa Elias Received Received
  181-OP Exploratory analysis of the spectral reflectance curves of habitat types: a case study on Southern Bug River valley, Ukraine Dariia Shyriaieva Received Received
  182-OP Towards conservation of Caspian coastal dune relicts: how do natural and anthropogenic factors influence on plant diversity? Alireza Naqinezhad Received Received
  183-OP Sand dropseed (Sporobolus cryptandrus) A new pest in Eurasian sand areas? Peter Torok Received Received
  184-OP Response of the alpine and subalpine plant communities of the Mt. Field Plateau, Tasmania to climate change Peter Minchin Received Received
  186-PO Species richness estimation by using machine learning algorithms Chun-Huo Chiu Received Received
  999-PO Test 1 Daniel Zaldumbide Received Received
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