COS 117
Food Webs I

Thursday, August 14, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
Regency Blrm F, Hyatt Regency Hotel
1:30 PM
 Evolutionary history and ecological processes shape a local multilevel antagonistic network
Colin Fontaine, +33 1 40 79 30 81; Marianne Elias, MNHN; F.J. Frank Van veen, University of Exeter
1:50 PM
 Both trophic and non-trophic interactions determine group structure in the Tatoosh mussel bed network
Elizabeth L. Sander, University of Chicago; Stefano Allesina, University of Chicago; J. Timothy Wootton, University of Chicago
2:10 PM
 IsoWeb: a Bayesian isotope mixing model for diet analysis of the whole food web
Taku Kadoya, National Institute for Environmental Studies; Yutaka Osada, The University of Tokyo; Gaku Takimoto, Toho University
2:30 PM
 Concomitant predation links have unique structural roles within food webs
Alyssa R. Cirtwill, University of Canterbury; Daniel B. Stouffer, University of Canterbury
2:50 PM
 Diversity of interaction types and community stability
Michio Kondoh, Ryukoku University; Akihiko Mougi, Shimane University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 A mechanistic theory for food chain length
Colette L. Ward, University of Guelph; Kevin S. McCann, University of Guelph
3:40 PM
 The role of size-structured food webs in the changing structure of the Scotian Shelf fish community
Clinton B. Leach, Colorado State University; Kenneth T. Frank, Department of Fisheries and Oceans; Colleen T. Webb, Colorado State University
4:00 PM
 Diverse trophic linkages generated by an Anolis community couple canopy and understory food webs
Sean T. Giery, North Carolina State University; Nathan P. Lemoine, Colorado State University; Caroline M. Hammerschlag-Peyer, Florida International University; Robin Abbey-Lee, Linköping University; Craig A. Layman, North Carolina State University
4:20 PM
 Individual specialization among a guild of generalist predators
Carl S. Cloyed, University of Louisville; Perri K. Eason, University of Louisville
4:40 PM
 A quantitative framework to understand and predict the spatial structure of ecological networks from various sources of information
Dominique Gravel, Université du Québec à Rimouski; Timothée Poisot, Université du Québec à Rimouski; Camille Albouy, Université du Québec à Rimouski
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