PS 87
Latebreaking: Modeling

Friday, August 9, 2013: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Comparing species-specific tuning versus AICC to select optimally complex ecological niche models
Peter J. Galante, The City College of New York- CUNY; Robert Boria, City College (CUNY); Robert P. Anderson, City College of New York, City University of New York
 Disease transmission at the wildlife-livestock interface: multi-species modeling of bovine tuberculosis in Michigan
Daniel A. Grear, Colorado State University; Erin Schliep, University of Missouri; John B. Kaneene, Michigan State University; James Averill, Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development; Colleen Webb, Colorado State University
 How does the quality and quantity of time series data affect extinction risk and population decline estimates in population viability analysis?
Pamela Rueda-Cediel, Univerisity of California; Kurt E. Anderson, University of California, Riverside; Janet Franklin, Arizona State University; Tracey J. Regan, The University of Melbourne; Helen M. Regan, University of California Riverside
 Improved estimation of forestry edge effects accounting for detection probability
Daniel J. Hocking, USGS; Kimberly J. Babbitt, University of New Hampshire; Mariko Yamasaki, USDA Forest Service
 Modeling fate and transport of "Contaminants of Emerging Concern" (CECs): is the Soil Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) the appropriate model?
Mari-Vaughn V. Johnson, USDA-NRCS; Virginia L. Jin, USDA-ARS; Shannon L. Bartelt-Hunt, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Bryan W. Brooks, Baylor University; H. Magdi Selim, Louisiana State University; Scott A. Senseman, Texas A&M University; Louis J. Thibodeaux, Louisiana State University; Jeffrey G. Arnold, USDA-ARS
 Population dynamics in central and peripheral populations of a narrowly endemic plant
Melissa L. Aikens, University of Virginia; Deborah A. Roach, University of Virginia
 Predicting impacts of climate change using ensemble forecasting for the striped treefrog (Hypsiboas caingua) in South America
Tiago S. Vasconcelos, Universidade Estadual Paulista; Milena Delatorre, Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul; Nicolay L. Cunha, Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul; Fernando I. Martins, Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul; Fabricio H. Oda, Universidade Estadual de Maringá; Camila Aoki, Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul; Paulo Landgref-Filho, Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul
 Self-organized patchiness in malaria: a deterministic signal in an ocean of noise
David Alonso, Spanish Council for Scientific Research; Frederic Bartumeus, Centre d'Estudis Avancats de Blanes (CEAB-CSIC); Mercedes Pascual, University of Michigan,Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Santa Fe Institute
 Testing the sensitivity of species distribution models
Megan E. Sebasky, University of Virginia; Stephen R. Keller, Appalachian Lab, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Benjamin K. Blackman, University of Virginia; Douglas R. Taylor, University of Virginia
 Using network modeling to investigate rabies spread through a raccoon population
Jennifer J.H. Reynolds, University of Minnesota; Ben T. Hirsch, New York State Museum; Stanley D. Gehrt, The Ohio State University; Suzanne Prange, The Ohio State University; Stephanie A. Hauver, The Ohio State University; Meggan E. Craft, University of Minnesota
 Why is living fast dangerous? Disentangling the roles of resistance and tolerance of disease
James P. Cronin, USGS National Wetland Research Center; Megan A. Rúa, University of Mississippi; Charles Mitchell, University of North Carolina
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