PS 62 - Trophic Dynamics And Interactions

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Effects of density and size structure on top-down control by an omnivore
Donald J. Benkendorf, Biological Sciences and Watershed Studies Institute, Murray State University; Howard H. Whiteman, Murray State University
 Interactions between ctenophore (Mnemiopsis leidyi) and microplastic beads within ecologically relevant parameters
Elizabeth Sherr, Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program; Wesley W. Boone IV, University of Florida; Christina M. Romagosa, University of Florida; Ray Carthy, University of Florida; Nichole Bishop, University of Florida
 Isotopic fractionation of bivalves to assess the implications of aquaculture on coastal ecosystems
Katherine Perry, University of New England; Carrie J. Byron, University of New England
 Effects of phyllospheric microbes on plant growth and micro-arthropod recruitment in the dioecious moss, Ceratodon purpureus
Caitlin A Maraist, Portland State University; Sarah Eppley, Portland State University; Todd Rosenstiel, Portland State University
 The generalist advantage: Molecular tracers reveal adaptability of diet in Great Lakes herring gulls through 30 years of ecosystem change
Ryan J. Trimbath, University of Akron; Craig E. Hebert, 2Environment and Climate Change Canada; Anne E. Wiley, University of Akron
 The trophic ecology of a desert river fish assemblage: Influence of season and hydrologic variability
Kathrine E. Behn, Idaho State University; Colden V. Baxter, Idaho State University
 Beyond pollinators: How do bi- and tri-trophic interactions select for floral traits?
Katherine Holmes, Cornell University; Anurag A. Agrawal, Cornell University; Robert A. Raguso, Cornell University; Geoffrey T. Broadhead, Cornell University
 Habitat use of reintroduced fishers with respect to trophic relationships
Mitchell A Parsons, University of Washington; Laura R. Prugh, University of Washington
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