COS 88

Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
Beavis, Sheraton Hotel
1:30 PM
 Non-linear mixed model analysis of photosynthetic-light response of sugar maple to calcium and nitrogen addition in the Catskills Mountains, NY
Bahram Momen, University of Maryland, College Park; Shawna J. Behling, University of Maryland; Gregory B. Lawrence, U.S. Geological Survey; Joe H. Sullivan, University of Maryland
1:50 PM
 Exploring biodiversity data using a new multivariate statistical method
Denis Valle, University of Florida; Benjamin Baiser, University of Florida; Christopher W. Woodall, USDA Forest Service; Robin L. Chazdon, University of Connecticut
2:10 PM
 Model averaging and muddled multimodel inferences
Brian S. Cade, U. S. Geological Survey
2:30 PM Cancelled
 A novel method to improve estimates of predator diet compositions
Pamela E. Moriarty, University of Washington; Timothy E. Essington, University of Washington; Eric J. Ward, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
2:50 PM Cancelled
 Exploring changes to the northern San Francisco Estuary phytoplankton community by probing a 40-year monthly monitoring record
Anthony Malkassian, University of California Santa Cruz; Raphael Kudela, University of California Santa Cruz; James E. Cloern, US Geological Survey; Emily Novick, San Francisco Estuary Institute; David B. Senn, San Francisco Estuary Institute
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Measuring somatic growth variation: A novel method applied to Pacific groundfish
Christine C. Stawitz, University of Washington; Timothy E. Essington, University of Washington; Trevor A. Branch, University of Washington; Anne B. Hollowed, National Marine Fisheries Service; Melissa A. Haltuch, National Marine Fisheries Service; Paul D. Spencer, National Marine Fisheries Service; Nathan J. Mantua, National Marine Fisheries Service
3:40 PM
 Rising complexity and falling explanatory power in ecology
Etienne Low-Décarie, McGill University; Corey Chivers, McGill University; Monica Granados, McGill University
4:20 PM
 Analyzing occupancy data collected utilizing multiple detectors over a single time period
Derek L. Sonderegger, Northern Arizona Univeristy; Michelle L. Reilly, Northern Arizona University; Paul Beier, Northern Arizona University
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