COS 46 - Modeling: Populations

Tuesday, August 9, 2011: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
16A, Austin Convention Center
1:30 PM
Stepping in Eltons footprints: a general scaling model for body massesand trophic levels across ecosystems
Jens O. Riede, University of Göttingen; Ulrich Brose, University of Göttingen
1:50 PM
When can a single species, density dependent model capture the dynamics of a consumer-resource system?
Sara A. Reynolds, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Chad E. Brassil, University of Nebraska
2:10 PM
A seasonal, density-dependent, stage-structured harvest model for the management of an invasive weed
Esther Shyu, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Eleanor A. Pardini, Washington University in St. Louis; Tiffany M. Knight, Washington University in St. Louis; Hal Caswell, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
2:30 PM
Spatial synchrony of gypsy moth outbreaks affected by structure of forest food webs
Kyle J. Haynes, University of Virginia; Andrew M. Liebhold, USDA Forest Service
2:50 PM
Incorporating imperfect detection into a classification and regression tree model of occupancy
Mark McKelvey, Iowa State University; Philip M. Dixon, Iowa State University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
3:40 PM
Patterns in time and space: Using graph theory and occupancy modeling to assess population connectivity and persistence of Missouri wood frogs
William E. Peterman, University of Illinois; Julia E. Earl, University of Tennessee; Tracy A. G. Rittenhouse, University of Connecticut; Raymond D. Semlitsch, University of Missouri
4:00 PM
CANCELLED - Whooping crane migration and stopover decision, a conceptual model
Karine Gil-Weir, Ecosystems Advisors LP; Enrique H. Weir, Ecosystems Advisors LP
4:20 PM
Developing a scale transition model for Missouri's mosquito populations
Eric J. Westhus, Saint Louis University; Gerardo R. Camilo, Saint Louis Zoo
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