COS 63 - Aquatic Ecology I

Thursday, August 11, 2016: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
304, Ft Lauderdale Convention Center
8:20 AM
 Environmental DNA method for estimating fish abundance and biomass
Hideyuki Doi, University of Hyogo; Ryutei Inui, Yamaguchi University; Kimiko Uchii, Osaka Ohtani University; Yoshihisa Akamatsu, Yamaguchi University; Kazuki Kannno, Kyushu University; Saeko Matsuhashi, University of Hyogo; Teruhiko Takahara, Shimane University; Hiroki Yamanaka, Ryukoku University; Toshifumi Minamoto, Kobe University
8:40 AM
 Efficacy of automated sampling buoys used in the Great Rivers Observatory Network (GREON)
Lori A Soeken-Gittinger, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; John H Chick, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
9:00 AM
 Hydrologic drivers of submerged aquatic vegetation coverage alter nutrient retention: Applying the novel ecosystem concept to a large southeastern reservoir
Stephen D. Shivers, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center; Nicholas S. Marzolf, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center; Alan P. Covich, University of Georgia; Stephen W. Golladay, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center
9:30 AM Cancelled
 Temporal patterns and environmental correlates of macroinvertebrate communities in temporary streams
Paul K. Botwe, University of Tasmania; Leon A. Barmuta, University of Tasmania; Regina Magierowski, La Trobe University; Paul McEvoy, Government of South Australia; Peter Goonan, Government of South Australia; Scott Carver, University of Tasmania
9:20 AM
9:50 AM
 Anthropogenic stressors and climate change in the Yangtze River Basin
Yushun Chen, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Chuanbo Guo, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Wei Xin, Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
10:10 AM
 Experimental drought in eastern Sierra Nevada streams
Parsa Saffarinia, University of California, Riverside; Dave Herbst, University of California Santa Barbara; R. Bruce Medhurst, University of California Santa Barbara; Kurt E. Anderson, University of California, Riverside
10:30 AM
 Go big or go home: Can we predict whole-stream ecosystem functions from small-scale measurements?
Kaitlin J. Farrell, University of Georgia; Amy D. Rosemond, University of Georgia; Ford Ballantyne IV, University of Georgia; Chao Song, University of Georgia; John S. Kominoski, Florida International University
10:50 AM
 Intraspecific trait variation and colonization ability in natural assemblages of zooplankton
Rachel N. Hartnett, University of Oklahoma; Lawrence J. Weider, University of Oklahoma
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