PS 29
Trophic Dynamics And Interactions

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Optimal defense in a model incorporating ecological costs in a tri-trophic context
Emily K. Mohl, St. Olaf College; Grant B. Kern, St. Olaf College; George E. Heimpel, University of Minnesota
 Recolonizing wolves indirectly alter seed survival
Jennifer L. Chandler, University of Wisconsin - Madison; John L. Orrock, University of Wisconsin - Madison
 Filter feeding ecology of erect branching sponges in Caribbean coral reef and mangrove ecosystems
Anna Strimaitis, Florida State University; Janie Wulff, Florida State University
 Songbirds elicit a productivity mediated trophic cascade in temperate montane grasslands
William L. Harrower, University of British Columbia; Roy Turkington, University of British Columbia; Lauchlan H. Fraser, Thompson Rivers University
 The role of positive abiotic-biotic feedbacks in increasing resilience of alternative ecosystem states in a planktonic system
Alexandra V. Rafalski, Michigan State University; Orlando Sarnelle, Michigan State University; Scott D. Peacor, Michigan State University
 Proximity of hummingbirds to Accipiter cooperii nests in Tucson, AZ
Vanessa L. Springer, University of Arizona; Robert W. Mannan, University of Arizona
 On the trophic role of filter feeders in rocky intertidal shores
Paulina A. Arancibia, Rutgers University; Patricio A. Camus, Universidad Catolica de la Santisima Concepcion
See more of: Contributed Posters