COS 122 - Behavior: Foraging And Diet

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
D133-134, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Linking omnivore habitat selection to diet-mediated performance
Shelby A. Rinehart, San Diego State University; Jeremy D. Long, San Diego State University
8:20 AM
 Does food quality or quantity in early life affect fitness later in life?
L. Zoe Almeida, Ohio State University; Stuart A. Ludsin, Ohio State University; Elizabeth A. Marschall, Ohio State University
8:40 AM
 Growth of Chinook and steelhead juveniles and the efficacy of in-stream habitat restoration
Karl M. Polivka, PNW Research Station USDA Forest Service; Joseph R. Mihaljevic, University of Chicago; Shannon M. Claeson, Pacific NW Research Station
9:00 AM
 Balancing cost and reward in a predator-prey system: Drivers of variation in salmon use by grizzly bears across British Columbia, Canada
Megan S Adams, Hakai Institute; Andrew W. Bateman, University of Victoria; Mathieu L. Bourbonnais, University of Victoria; Christina N. Service, Hakai Institute; Heather M. Bryan, Hakai Institute; Trisalyn A. Nelson, Arizona State University; Taal Levi, Oregon State University; Paul C. Paquet, Raincoast Conservation Foundation; Chris T. Darimont, University of Victoria
9:20 AM
 Quantifying individual diet specialization using Bayesian hierarchical models
Kyle Coblentz, Oregon State University; Adam E. Rosenblatt, Yale University; Mark Novak, Oregon State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM Cancelled
 Temporal variation in predation risk may explain daily rhythms of foraging behavior in an orb-weaving spider
J. Colton Watts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Ashley Herrig, East Tennessee State University; Madeleine Miller, East Tennessee State University; Thomas C. Jones, East Tennessee State University; Brigitte Tenhumberg, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
10:10 AM
 Consumption and assimilation patterns of a diet generalist
Miranda Figueras, Hofstra University; Kent Hatch, LIU Post; Timothy Green, Brookhaven National Laboratory; Russell L. Burke, Hofstra University
10:30 AM
 Gray wolves (Canis lupus) continue to selectively kill senescent elk (Cervus elaphus), even when they are relatively rare in the population
Sarah R. Hoy, Michigan Technological University; Daniel R. MacNulty, Utah State University; Douglas W. Smith, National Park Service; Daniel R. Stahler, National Park Service; Matthew C. Metz, University of Montana; Rolf O. Peterson, Michigan Technological University; John A. Vucetich, Michigan Technological University
10:50 AM
 Environmental stability increases individual specialisation in pre-alpine brown trout populations
Philip Dermond, Eawag Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology; Stephen M. Thomas, Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology; Jakob Brodersen, Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
11:10 AM
 Seasonal and foraging behavior influences on diets of tropical ant communities in coffee agriculture
Katherine K. Ennis, University of California, Santa Cruz; Stacy M. Philpott, University of California, Santa Cruz
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