PS 43 - Modeling

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Improving estimation of phytoplankton isotopic values from bulk POM samples in rivers
Donald L. Phillips, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Carol Kendall, U.S. Geological Survey; Megan B. Young, U.S. Geological Survey; Sara Peek, U.S. Geological Survey
 Assessing growth of paper birch in the Niobrara River Valley, NE through dendroecological techniques and remote sensing analysis
Evan P Bumann, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Tala Awada, University of Nebraska; Brian Wardlow, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Chris Helzer, The Nature Conservancy; Michael M Hayes, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Paolo Cherubini, WSL Swiss Federal Research Institute
 Combining sap flow measurements and stomatal optimization methods to improve prediction of carbon assimilation using a multi-layer model
Karina Schäfer, Rutgers University; Yanting Hu, Chinese Academy of Science; Tomer Duman, Rutgers University Newark; Dirk Vanderklein, Montclair State University
 Using data provenance tools to create reliable R scripts
Emery R. Boose, Harvard University; Aaron M. Ellison, Harvard University; Elizabeth Fong, Mt. Holyoke College; Matthew K Lau, Harvard University; Barbara S. Lerner, Mt. Holyoke College; Thomas Pasquier, Harvard University; Margo Seltzer, Harvard University
 Evaluating potential effects of Antarctic ice-shelf retreat on blue whale populations:a simulation model of interactions among sea ice, Antarctic krill, and blue whales
Jennifer Borski, Texas A&M University; Hsiao-Hsuan Wang, Texas A&M University; William E. Grant, Texas A&M University
 Modeling the dynamics of vector-host interactions in avian communities for eastern equine encephalitis virus
Timothy B. Muller, Oregon State University; Goudarz Molaei, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; Michael C. Thomas, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; John J Shepard, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; Philip M. Armstrong, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; Theodore G. Andreadis, The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station; Jan Medlock, Oregon State University
 Planning for conservation: A tool for identifying and analyzing species distributions
Justin D. Brice, Conservation Biology Institute; Rebecca Degagne, Conservation Biology Institute; Mike O. A. Gough, Conservation Biology Institute; Annie Jacobs, Conservation Biology Institute; James Strittholt, Conservation Biology Institute
 Modeling landscape-scale spatiotemporal dynamics of water storage in the critical zone: Midwest US as a regional case study for climate change impacts
Elin M. Jacobs, Purdue University; Leonardo Bertassello, Purdue University; Dev Niyogi, Purdue University; P. Suresh Rao, Purdue University
 Optimizing a fuzzy logic model of forest resilience in the Sierra Nevada, California
Tim Sheehan, Conservation Biology Institute; Heather L. Romsos, Conservation Biology Institute; Wayne D. Spencer, Conservation Biology Institute
 Incorporating dynamics to invasive species distribution models: Projecting the spread of American mink in Chile
Simon P. Castillo, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Nathan H. Schumaker, Oregon State University; Pablo A. Marquet, Santa Fe Institute
 Dynamical modeling of species abundance distributions using metacommunity and trait-based approaches
Kaito Umemura, Michigan State University; Elena Litchman, Michigan State University; Christopher A. Klausmeier, Michigan State University
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