Thursday, August 7, 2008: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM | |||

101 B, Midwest Airlines Center | |||

COS 105 - Statistics | |||

1:30 PM | COS 105-1 | A Markov chain Monte Carlo technique to analyze the growth, recruitment, and survivorship of unmarked individualsBen Bolker, University of Florida, Craig W. Osenberg, University of Florida, Jeffrey S. Shima, Victoria University of Wellington | |

1:50 PM | COS 105-2 | Use of factor analysis to investigate multivariate population time seriesMasami Fujiwara, Texas A&M University | |

2:10 PM | COS 105-3 | A Bayesian interpretation of correspondence analysisSteven C. Walker, University of Toronto | |

2:30 PM | COS 105-4 | Understanding aggregation in the membracid Publilia concava: Using models to disentangle processesDaniel L. Klein, Williams College, Manuel A. Morales, Williams College | |

2:50 PM | COS 105-5 | On the importance of standardization by species in the exploratory analysis of community dataPeter R. Minchin, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville | |

3:10 PM | Break | ||

3:20 PM | COS 105-6 | The effect of species functional traits and range size on the accuracy of distribution models for plant species in southern CaliforniaAlexandra D. Syphard, San Diego State University and Conservation Biology Institute, Janet Franklin, San Diego State University | |

3:40 PM | COS 105-7 | Statistical inference using mechanistic models in continuous time: Measles as a case studyAaron A. King, University of Michigan, Daihai He, University of Michigan, Edward L. Ionides, University of Michigan | |

4:00 PM | COS 105-8 | A comparison of state-space approaches for population viability analysis with short time seriesBrice Semmens, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Elizabeth E. Holmes, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Eric Ward, University of Washington / NOAA | |

4:20 PM | COS 105-9 | Inferring diet-switches from stable isotope analyses of multiple tissues - CANCELLEDKatherine J. Forbes, University of Wisconsin, Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin | |

4:40 PM | COS 105-10 | Choosing between parsimonious and predictive ecological modelsShane A. Richards, University of Durham |

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