COS 47
Dispersal And Colonization

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
324, Baltimore Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Larval dispersal facilitates persistence of coral reef metacommunities
Lisa C. McManus, Princeton University; James R. Watson, Stockholm University; Vítor V. Vasconcelos, Instituto para a Investigação Interdisciplinar; Simon A. Levin, Princeton University
1:50 PM
 Transience and scale-dependence in dispersal-phenotype correlations
Christopher A. Searcy, University of Toronto Mississauga; Benjamin Gilbert, University of Toronto; Martin Krkosek, University of Toronto; Locke Rowe, University of Toronto; Shannon J. McCauley, University of Toronto Mississauga
2:10 PM
 The importance of terrestrial dispersal for connectivity among headwater salamander populations
William L. Miller, Towson University; Joel W. Snodgrass, Towson University; Gail E. Gasparich, Towson University
2:30 PM
 Applying wind tunnel studies and aerodynamics to movement ecology
J. Rhea S. Waldman, Iowa State University; Rye M. Waldman, Iowa State University; Lauren L. Sullivan, Iowa State University; Hui Hu, Iowa State University; Stan W. Harpole, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research; Diane M. Debinski, Iowa State University
2:50 PM
 Maternal adjustment of offspring provisioning and the consequences for dispersal
Eugenio Larios, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México; D. Lawrence Venable, University of Arizona
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 When does increased population genetic diversity enhance colonization success?
Stephen M. Hovick, Ohio State University; Kenneth D. Whitney, University of New Mexico
3:40 PM
 How costly is sex-biased dispersal?
Roger W. Shaw, University of Texas at Austin
4:00 PM
 Founder effects have long-term fitness effects on colonizing populations
Marianna Szucs, Colorado State University; Brett A. Melbourne, University of Colorado at Boulder; Ty Tuff, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History; Christopher P. Weiss-Lehman, University of Colorado; Ruth Hufbauer, Colorado State University
4:20 PM
 The importance of individual variation for dispersal and population persistence in a checkerspot butterfly
Leone M. Brown, University of Georgia; Elizabeth E. Crone, Tufts University
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