PS 89 Latebreaking: Modeling

Friday, August 7, 2009: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
151
The influence of informed versus uninformed priors on forecasts of growth rates and extinction risks of a New England population of northern pitcher plants (Sarracenia purpurea L.)
Sydne Record, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Aaron M. Ellison, Harvard Forest (Harvard University); Nicholas J. Gotelli, University of Vermont
152
Niche conservation in a heterogeneous environment
Curtis P. Miller, University of Kansas; Jorge Soberon, University of Kansas
153
How to estimate the niche values in a food web ?
Thomas Fournier, University of Fribourg; Rudolf P. Rohr, University of Fribourg; Heike Scherer, University of Geneva; Christian Mazza, University of Fribourg; Louis-Félix Bersier, University of Fribourg
155
Linking forest gap processes and biomass dynamics in tropical forests
Yue Li, University of Arizona; Scott C. Stark, University of Arizona; Joost van Haren, University of Arizona; Plinio B. Camargo, University of Sao Paulo; Veronika Leitold, Harvard University; Geoffrey G. Parker, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Scott R. Saleska, University of Arizona
156
Using SeaWiFS data and decision tree analysis for predicting Pseudo-nitzschia blooms in the northern Gulf of Mexico
Dan M. Holiday, University of Southern Mississippi; Gregory A. Carter, University of Southern Mississippi; Hugh A. Macintyre, Dauphin Island Sealab
157
Stochastic modeling of prey population depletion due to predation
Thomas Clerc, Universite de Fribourg; Louis-Felix Bersier, Universite de Fribourg; Anthony C. Davison, Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne
158
Climate warming and potential changes in alpine floras in European mountain regions
Michael Gottfried, University of Vienna; Harald Pauli, University of Vienna; Georg Grabherr, University of Vienna; Laszlo Nagy, University of Vienna; Global Observation Research Initiative in Alpine Environments, University of Vienna
159
Modeling of food webs: Exploring unexplained structure with latent traits
Rudolf P. Rohr, University of Fribourg; Heike Scherer, University of Geneva; Thomas Fournier, University of Fribourg; Christian Mazza, University of Fribourg; Louis-Félix Bersier, University of Fribourg
160
Incorporating remote sensing into ecological niche modeling
Elliott C. Smith, University of North Dakota; Andrei P. Kirilenko, University of North Dakota; Michael J Hill, University of North Dakota; Rod S. Hanley, University of Winnipeg
See more of: Latebreakers