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Tuesday, September 20 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Pulse Dynamics Track-01: Characterizing long-term pulse dynamics among ecosystems: Introduction & Overview

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Understanding pulse dynamics is important to improving prediction in ecology. Climate change is altering hydrologic regimes, but the degree to which ecological responses are coupled to hydrologic pulses likely varies among ecosystems. A pulse is an abrupt change in system variables. Pulses may be isolated, when caused by single disturbances, or recur over variable time scales, including daily to seasonal.

This first of three workshops will introduce a synthetic approach to cross-site comparisons. An overview presentation will begin, followed by brainstorming, and end with three time-series model tutorials using existing R scripts and long-term data.

Google Drive of Tutorials and Metrics Outputs:
https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1BgUdBmG7pYesBapZX5zhipXH20_DeuX2


Agenda
1:30-1:50 PM Overview Slides
1:50-2:00 PM Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R656DCN 
2:00-2:15 PM quantmod tutorial
2:15-2:30 PM Fourier tutorial
2:30-2:45 PM wavelets/cross-wavelets tutorial
2:45-3PM Discussion



Speakers
avatar for John Kominoski

John Kominoski

Associate Professor, Lead PI Florida Coastal Everglades LTER, Florida International University
Ecosystem Ecology, Biogeochemistry, Organic Matter Processing, Disturbances, Theory (he/him)
avatar for Jenn Rudgers

Jenn Rudgers

Lead PI, Sevilleta LTER
avatar for Kristofer Hall

Kristofer Hall

Information Manager, Sevilleta LTER
I am the Information Manager for the Sevilleta LTER site based out of the University of New Mexico Department of Biology.


Tuesday September 20, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
04. Fred Farr Forum