COS 128
Modeling: Populations I

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
342, Baltimore Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Current rates of boat injuries to diamondback terrapins imperil long-term population persistence
Jack S Suss, Philadelphia University; Jeffrey A Klemens, Philadelphia University; Lori A Lester, Delaware State University
1:50 PM
 Assessing seabird populations in response to offshore wind energy development in the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf
Allison Sussman, Michigan State University; Elise Zipkin, Michigan State University
2:10 PM
 Overwintering strategies of migratory birds: A novel approach for making inferences on movement patterns of residents and transients
Viviana Ruiz-Gutierrez, Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory; William Kendall, Colorado State University; James Saracco, The Institute for Bird Populations
2:30 PM
 Estimation of population dynamics of the Kuril harbor seals off Cape Erimo using density dependent age-structured production models
Toshihide Kitakado, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; Mari Kobayashi, Tokyo University of Agriculture
2:50 PM
 Interactions between blight resistance and seedling demography limit American chestnut population growth in an integral projection model
Nathanael Lichti, Purdue University; David F. McPherson, College of William and Mary; Harmony J. Dalgleish, College of William and Mary
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Multi-scale integrated modeling framework of animal population dynamics incorporating spatial capture-recapture and occupancy data collected from citizen science and traditional sampling
Catherine C. Sun, New York Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit; Angela K. Fuller, U.S. Geological Survey; J. Andrew Royle, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center; Jeremy Hurst, NYS DEC
3:40 PM
 Does advection make my population chaotic? Introducing ecological realism to the logistic map
Laura S. Storch, University of New Hampshire; James M. Pringle, University of New Hampshire
4:00 PM
 Using GIS to create accurate species lists based on Kenyan park attributes and range maps
Anikó Tóth, Smithsonian Institution; S. Kathleen Lyons, University of Nebraska
4:20 PM
 Testing the use of surrogate demographic information for endangered species management
Judy P. Che-Castaldo, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center; Maile C. Neel, University of Maryland; Christian Che-Castaldo, University of Maryland
4:40 PM
 Do we need detailed demographic data to forecast climate change impacts on plant populations?
Andrew T. Tredennick, Utah State University; Peter B. Adler, Utah State University
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