COS 17
Predation And Predator-Prey Interactions I

Monday, August 10, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
344, Baltimore Convention Center
2:10 PM
 The consequences of fishing for size-dependent predator-prey interactions
Rebecca L. Selden, University of California Santa Barbara; Robert R. Warner, University of California Santa Barbara; Steven D. Gaines, University of California, Santa Barbara
2:30 PM
 Land-use at different spatial scales affects prey composition of web-building spiders
Viktoria L. Mader, Justus-Liebig University; Klaus Birkhofer, Lund University; Daniela Fiedler, Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education; Simon Thorn, Bavarian Forest National Park; Volkmar Wolters, Justus-Liebig University; Eva Diehl, Justus-Liebig University
2:50 PM
 Diel activity pattern of wolves shapes elk response to spatial predation risk in northern Yellowstone
Michel T. Kohl, Utah State University; Douglas W. Smith, National Park Service; Daniel R. Stahler, National Park Service; Matthew C. Metz, Yellowstone Center for Resources; James D. Forester, University of Minnesota; Matthew J. Kauffman, University of Wyoming; Daniel R. MacNulty, Utah State University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Individual variation in predator behavior and demographics affects consumption of non-native prey
Lauren M. Pintor, The Ohio State University; James E. (Jeb) Byers, University of Georgia
3:40 PM
 A test of ratio-dependent predation
Clifton B. Ruehl, Columbus State University; David R. Chalcraft, East Carolina University; Heather D. Vance-Chalcraft, East Carolina University
4:20 PM Cancelled
 A family that preys together: Collective behavior alters stability and equilibria in consumer-resource cycles
Benjamin Dalziel, Princeton University; C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Princeton; Stephen P. Ellner, Cornell University
4:40 PM
 Long-term measures of predation and cannibalism in juvenile blue crabs.
Anson H. Hines, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Matthew Ogburn, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Margaret Kramer, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center; Mark Ruiz, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
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