COS 126
Behavior: Migration And Movement

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
301, Sacramento Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Settling down of seasonal migrants promotes bird diversification
Jonathan Rolland, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle; Frédéric Jiguet, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle; Knud A. Jønsson, Imperial College London; Fabien L. Condamine, Ecole Polytechnique; Hélène Morlon, École Normale Supérieure
8:20 AM
 Using stress biomarkers to assess wintering habitat quality in migratory shorebirds 
Yaara Aharon-Rotman, Deakin University; Katherine L. Buchanan, Deakin University; Marcel Klaassen, Deakin University; William A. Buttemer, Deakin University
8:40 AM
 Hidden semi-Markov models reveal multiphasic movement of the endangered Florida panther
Madelon van de Kerk, University of Florida; David P. Onorato, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Marc A. Criffield, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Benjamin M. Bolker, McMaster University; Madan K. Oli, University of Florida
9:00 AM
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Between the bay and a hard place: Diamondback terrapin nesting movements and stress levels demonstrate the effects of bulkheading upon estuarine wildlife
Julianne M. Winters, Drexel University; Harold W. Avery, The College of New Jersey; Edward A. Standora, Buffalo State College; David C. Rostal, Georgia Southern University; James R. Spotila, Drexel University
10:10 AM
 Making it to school: As prey individuals form groups the change in patch densities creates uncommon predator-prey functional responses
Derrick T. de Kerckhove, University of Toronto; Scott W. Milne, Milne Technologies; Brian J. Shuter, University of Toronto; Peter A. Abrams, University of Toronto
10:50 AM
 Predicting avian migration routes in 3D
Ty Tuff, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History
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