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Harvard Forest REU Symposium Abstracts 2007
- Bleicher, Sonny. Ant Assemblages in the Har (Mt.) Meron Nature Reserve in Israel.
- Carpenter, Dunbar. Landscape-scale Ecological Drivers of Alliaria Petiolata Invasion in Western Massachusetts.
- Chen, Kyle. Investigating the effects of clear-cutting on both ant and beetle abundance/diversity within plantation plots and surrounding areas.
- Churchill, Amber. A Site for Sori: Consequences for Fertile/Sterile Leaf Dimorphism in Ferns.
- Clark, Mary. Soil Warming Leads To Significant Reduction of Fine Root Biomass.
- Connolly-Brown, Eowyn. CO2 in Streamwater Shows Strong Response to Light and Flow Rate in Small Wetland.
- Ireland, Alex. Bob Marshall’s forest reconstruction plot: three centuries of ecological resilience to natural and human disturbance.
- Jenkins, Peter. Do Bedrock and Soils Influence Calciphile Distribution in the West Champlain Hills?.
- Johnston, Mark. Ants of Massachusetts.
- Mercier, Nicole. Fatter Boles, Changing Goals, Native Poles, & Overstory Tolls of Plantation Forests.
- Mushegian, Alexandra. Regional and historical effects on the distribution and success of an invasive herb.
- Ng, Jan. Dead Wood in the Forest Ecosystem: An Ongoing Study of the Effects of Eastern Hemlock Removal.
- Pallant, Julie. Effects of Deer Population in Ant Density in Black Rock Forest, Quabbin Reservoir, and Simes Tract .
- Rodriguez, Ernesto. Effects of Deer Population in Ant Density in Black Rock Forest, Quabbin Reservoir, and Simes Tract .
- Rolph, Michele. How can stream exports of N be used to understand forest nutrient retention?.
- Smith, Haley. Impacts of invasive insects on eastern hemlock physiological performance.
- Werden, Leland . Linking foliar nitrogen concentrations to long-term carbon uptake at Harvard Forest.