COS 66

Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Carmel AB, Hyatt Regency Hotel
8:20 AM
 Multi-scale effects of exurban development on birds at protected and unprotected sites: An application of an occupancy model accounting for false positive and false negative detections
Paige F. Barlow, University of Georgia; Michael J. Conroy, University of Georgia; Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman, University of Georgia
8:40 AM
 Optimal trade-offs between learning and doing in habitat conservation
Abbey E. Camaclang, University of Queensland; Tara G. Martin, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences; Hugh P. Possingham, University of Queensland
9:00 AM
 Sensitivity to sampling bias for two methods of selecting optimal complexity in niche models of a Malagasy rodent
Peter J. Galante, The City College of New York- CUNY; Robert Muscarella, Columbia University; Steven M. Goodman, Field Museum of Natural History; Robert P. Anderson, City College of New York, City University of New York
9:20 AM
 Generating maps of uncertainty for ecological niche models using a single-algorithm ensemble approach
Robert A. Boria, City College (CUNY); Robert P. Anderson, City College of New York, City University of New York
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Persistence of enzyme function in soils of different terrestrial ecosystems
Caryl Ann Becerra, University of California, Santa Barbara; Daniel Berg, University of California, Santa Barbara; Joseph C. Blankinship, University of California, Santa Barbara; Joshua P. Schimel, University of California, Santa Barbara
10:10 AM
 Predicting streamflow response to increased imperviousness in an urbanizing watershed using an integrated modeling approach
Michael G. Sunde, University of Missouri; Hong S. He, University of Missouri; Jason A. Hubbart, University of Missouri; Anthony Spicci, Missouri Department of Conservation
10:30 AM
 Using community-level modeling to understand and map current and future spatial patterns of adaptive genetic variation
Matthew C. Fitzpatrick, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Stephen R. Keller, Appalachian Lab, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
10:50 AM
 RangeShifter: a platform for modelling spatial eco-evolutionary dynamics and species' responses to environmental changes
Greta Bocedi, University of Aberdeen; Stephen C. F. Palmer, University of Aberdeen; Justin M.J. Travis, University of Aberdeen
11:10 AM
 Using computer vision techniques to test the accuracy and precision of plant dieback estimates
Tim Trenary, Regis University; Catherine Kleier, Regis University
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