COS 16
Spatial Analysis And GIS

Monday, August 11, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
315, Sacramento Convention Center
1:50 PM
 Predicting the location and populations of individual livestock farms in the United States
Christopher L. Burdett, Colorado State University; Brian Kraus, Colorado State University; Kathe E. Bjork, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; Ryan S. Miller, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; David Oryang, Food and Drug Administration; Sarah J. Garza, Colorado State University
2:10 PM
 Erosion of refugia in the Sierra Nevada meadows network with climate change
Sean P. Maher, Missouri State University; Toni Lyn Morelli, Northeast Climate Science Center; Michelle Hershey, University of California, Berkeley; Alan Flint, USGS California Water Science Center; Lorraine E. Flint, USGS California Water Science Center; Craig Mortiz, Australia National University; Steven R. Beissinger, University of California, Berkeley
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
3:40 PM
 Use of step selection functions to model movement of three neotropical primates using LiDAR-derived measures of forest structure
Kevin A. McLean, Yale University; Anne M. Trainor, Yale University; Oswald J. Schmitz, Yale University; Patrick A. Jansen, Center for Tropical Forest Science-Smithsonian Institution Global Earth Observatory; Gregory Asner, Carnegie Institution for Science; Margaret C. Crofoot, University of California - Davis
4:00 PM
 Patterns of land-cover change in New Hampshire: Geographic drivers of logging and clearcuts in recent years
Alexandra M. Thorn, University of New Hampshire; Cameron Wake, University of New Hampshire
4:40 PM
 Quantifying spatial structure in a food web module: Opuntia cacti and their specialist herbivores
Kristen E. Sauby, University of Florida; Robert D. Holt, University of Florida; Mary C. Christman, MCC Statistical Consulting LLC
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