COS 66
Behavior II

Wednesday, August 7, 2013: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
101F, Minneapolis Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Embeddedness: A context dependent driver of fish habitat preference
Anthony D. Matthys, Michigan Technological University; Casey J. Huckins, Michigan Technological University; Amy M. Marcarelli, Michigan Technological University
2:10 PM
 Compensatory growth destabilizes adaptive personalities
Franz W. Simon, Simon Fraser University; Bernard D. Roitberg, Simon Fraser University
2:30 PM
 Exploiting fear in restoration? The non-consumptive effects of avian predators on fish and seagrass associated fauna
Jennifer M. Hill, Dauphin Island Sea Lab; Kenneth L. Heck Jr., Dauphin Island Sea Lab
2:50 PM
 Visualizing migration patterns in 3D helps inform causal mechanisms
Ty Tuff, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History
3:10 PM
3:40 PM
 Juvenile gray jays rely on their parents cached food: an isotope spiking experiment
D. Ryan Norris, University of Guelph; Dan Strickland, University of Guelph
4:00 PM
 Growth rates in spotted hyenas living in a highly seasonal environment: Socio-ecological factors and life history consequences
Eli M. Swanson, University of Minnesota; Kay E. Holekamp, Michigan State University
4:20 PM
 Variation in movement strategies of small fishes in a dynamic wetland
Michael R. Bush, Florida International University; Joel C. Trexler, Florida International University
4:40 PM
 Whatever moves you: Choice of migratory strategy shows plasticity in response to individual and environmental covariates in partially migratory bighorn sheep
Derek Spitz, Oregon State University; Mark Hebblewhite, University of Montana; Thomas R. Stephenson, California Department of Fish and Game