COS 145
Modeling: Populations II

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
338, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Computer vision facilitated ultra-high resolution habitat suitability models for Pygoscelis spp. penguins
Phil McDowall, Stony Brook University; Heather Lynch, Stony Brook University
9:00 AM
 Quantifying uncertainty in demographic models: Bayesian methods for Integral Projection Models (IPMs)
Bret D. Elderd, Louisiana State University; Tom E. X. Miller, Rice University
9:20 AM
 A novel and low cost method to estimate population survival using inverse modelling
José D Anadón, Dept. of Biology, Queens College, City University of New York; Roberto Rodríguez-Caro, Universidad Miguel Hernandez; Andrés Giménez, Universidad Miguel Hernández; Eva Graciá, Universidad Miguel Hernandez; Thorsten Wiegand, Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research - UFZ; Easton R White, University of California - Davis; Francisco J Botella, Universidad Miguel Hernandez
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 How do habitat length and width affect persistence during climate change?
Austin J. Phillips, University of Washington; Mark Kot, University of Washington
10:10 AM
 Genetic diversity and population structure in the clonal Trillium recurvatum
James E. Moore, Christian Brothers University; Randall Bayer, University of Memphis; Jennifer Mandel, University of Memphis
10:30 AM
 Spatiotemporal variability in Adélie demographic rates from opportunistic point count data
Heather Lynch, Stony Brook University; Elise Zipkin, Michigan State University; Michael Schaub, Swiss Ornithological Institute
10:50 AM
 Woody seedling survival responses to conspecific density, soil nutrients, and irradiance vary with seedling age in a wet Costa Rican tropical forest
Sydne Record, Bryn Mawr College; Rich K Kobe, Michigan State University; Corine F. Vriesendorp, Field Museum of Natural History; Andrew O. Finley, Michigan State University
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