COS 115 - Modeling: Populations I

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
B113, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Developing population models: A systematic approach
Amelie Schmolke, Waterborne Environmental, Inc.; Katherine Kapo, Waterborne Environmental, Inc.; Pamela Rueda-Cediel, University of Minnesota; Pernille Thorbek, Syngenta Ltd.; Richard Brain, Syngenta Crop Protection, LLC; Valery Forbes, University of Minnesota
1:50 PM
 Assessing population patterns of a rare butterfly on an active military training area
Konstantina Zografou, Temple University; Mark T. Swartz, Fort Indiantown Gap National Guard Training Center; Virginia P. Tilden, Temple University; Erika N. McKinney, Temple University; Julie A. Eckenrode, Temple University; Brent J. Sewall, Temple University
2:10 PM
 Long-term effects of short-term variation on population viability of monarch butterflies in western North America
Cheryl B. Schultz, Washington State University; Leone M. Brown, University of Georgia; Emma Pelton, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation; Elizabeth E. Crone, Tufts University
2:30 PM
 Implications of different population model structures for management of threatened plants
Helen M. Regan, University of California Riverside; David Keith, University of New South Wales; Tracey J. Regan, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research; Clara Bohorquez, University of California Riverside; Kurt E. Anderson, University of California, Riverside
2:50 PM
 Fire differentially affects fitness and population growth of an invasive shrub compared to coexisting native species
Raelene M. Crandall, University of Florida; Tiffany Knight, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Understanding monarch butterfly decline using novel break-point analysis tools
Christie A. Bahlai, Michigan State University; Elise Zipkin, Michigan State University
3:40 PM
 Interactive effects of El Nino and birth weight on dispersal and mortality in California sea lions
Katherine P. Dixon, Case Western Reserve University; Karen C. Abbott, Case Western Reserve University
4:00 PM
 Are you my mother? Methods of assigning parentage for demographic studies of clonal plants
Brian D. Inouye, Florida State University; Stacey L. Halpern, Pacific University; Nora Underwood, Florida State University
4:20 PM
 A novel Bayesian approach to model biphasic growth in an endangered salamander, Ambystoma bishopi
George Brooks, Virginia Tech; Carola A. Haas, Virginia Tech; Thomas A. Gorman, Washington Department of Natural Resources; Yan Jiao, Virginia Tech
4:40 PM
 Fighting Queensland Fruit Fly in-silico: Modelling an insect pest to inform management strategies
Florian Schwarzmueller, CSIRO; Hazel Parry, CSIRO; Nancy A. Schellhorn, CSIRO
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