PS 92 - Latebreaking: Population Dynamics

Friday, August 12, 2011: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Two paths to extinction: Effect of deteriorating environments on extinction time and distribution
Theresa S. Stratmann, The University of Georgia; Tierney C. O'Sullivan, The University of Georgia; Amara J. Channell, The University of Georgia; Andrew M. Kramer, University of Georgia; Marcus A. Zokan, University of Georgia; Andrea M. Silletti, The University of Georgia; John M. Drake, University of Georgia
Area and isolation predict metapopulation genetic structure of a pond-breeding amphibian
Bradley J. Cosentino, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; Christopher A. Phillips, University of Illinois; Robert L. Schooley, University of Illinois; Winsor H. Lowe, University of Montana; Marlis R. Douglas, University of Arkansas
Tracing system dynamics when herbivore-plant interactions are net positive
Candace Low, Cornell University; Stephen P. Ellner, Cornell University
Predator foraging behavior in a patchy habitat drives self-organization in an insect predator-prey metapopulation
Hannah M. Thompson, Colorado College; Daniel Kidney, Colorado College; Andrea Bruder, Colorado College; Miroslav Kummel, Colorado College; David Brown, Eastern Kentucky University
Spatial structure and spatial dependence of zooplankton taxa in Kentucky Lake
Todd D. Levine, Murray State Universiy; David S. White, Murray State University
Population genetics of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis): Current status and future management implications
Catherine C. Driscoll, University of Colorado; Jeffry Mitton, University of Colorado
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