COS 143
Theoretical Ecology

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Beavis, Sheraton Hotel
8:20 AM
 Enemies in space: An examination of the Janzen-Connell model in the presence of habitat partitioning
Simon M. Stump, Michigan State University; Peter L. Chesson, University of Arizona
9:00 AM
 Can modularity buffer cascading effects in mutualistic networks?
Marília P. Gaiarsa, Universidade de São Paulo; Paulo R. Guimarães Jr., Universidade de São Paulo
9:20 AM
 Spatial variation can boost temporal storage through spatial refuges
Nicholas Kortessis, University of Arizona; Peter Chesson, University of Arizona
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 The role of cheaters on the stability of mutualistic networks
Flavia M. D. Marquitti, University of Sao Paulo; Mathias M. Pires, University of Sao Paulo; Paulo R. Guimaraes Jr, University of Sao Paulo
10:10 AM
 Stochasticity and extinction risk in a mutualist network
Christine E. Dumoulin, University of Tennessee; Paul R. Armsworth, University of Tennessee
10:30 AM
 Strong and surprising effects of ontogenetic niche shifts on ecosystem functioning
André M. de Roos, University of Amsterdam; Birte Reichstein, Umeå University; Lennart Persson, Umeå University
10:50 AM
 Modeling the effects of habitat distribution and movement behavior on population persistence in continuous-space aquatic networks using metric graphs
Kurt E. Anderson, University of California, Riverside; Jonathan J. Sarhad, University of CA, Riverside
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