COS 95 - Statistics

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
C122, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Log(arithms) are confusing, but we consume them like a band of beavers: Findings from a survey of ecologists and a meta-analysis
Duncan N. L. Menge, Columbia University; Anna C. MacPherson, American Museum of Natural History; Thomas A. Bytnerowicz, Columbia University; Andrew W Quebbeman, Columbia University; Naomi B. Schwartz, Columbia University; Benton N. Taylor, Columbia University; Amelia A. Wolf, Columbia University
9:00 AM
 Particle filtration for the conservation biologist
Joseph L. Simonis, DAPPER Stats; Steven C. Zeug, Cramer Fish Sciences; Kai Ross, Cramer Fish Sciences
9:20 AM
 Bias in ecological meta-analyses
Elizabeth A. Hamman, University of Georgia; Paula Pappalardo, University of Georgia; James R. Bence, Michigan State University; Scott D. Peacor, Michigan State University; Craig W. Osenberg, University of Georgia
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 A sampling strategy designed to maximize the efficiency of data collection of food web relationships
Kristen E. Sauby, University of Florida; Mary C. Christman, MCC Statistical Consulting LLC
10:10 AM
 Spectral analysis of sparse data via generalized local harmonic regression
Timothy H. Keitt, The University of Texas at Austin; Nathaniel Pope, University of Texas at Austin; Alison Northup, University of Texas at Austin
10:30 AM
 Ignoring sampling design biases mixed-effects models for resource selection
Elizabeth L. Ng, University of Washington; Timothy R. Johnson, University of Idaho
10:50 AM
11:10 AM
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