COS 146 - Behavior: Migration And Movement I

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
D133-134, Oregon Convention Center
1:50 PM
 Effects of landscape features Florida black bear movement patterns
Dana L. Karelus, University of Florida; Brian K. Scheick, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; J. Walter McCown, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Madelon van de Kerk, University of Washington; Benjamin M. Bolker, McMaster University; Madan K. Oli, University of Florida
2:10 PM
 Migration and its benefits are shaped by memory in terrestrial mammals
Jerod A. Merkle, University of Wyoming; Hall Sawyer, WEST, Inc.; Matthew J. Kauffman, United States Geological Survey, Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
2:30 PM
 Examining the concept of site fidelity for a mobile fish predator in an estuarine seascape
Ryland B. Taylor, Kansas State University; Martha E. Mather, Kansas State University; Joseph M. Smith, University of Washington; Kayla M. Gerber, Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
2:50 PM
 Climate mediates the costs and benefits of site fidelity in a migratory marine predator, the northern elephant seal
Briana Abrahms, University of California-Santa Cruz; Elliott L. Hazen, University of California-Santa Cruz; Steven J. Bograd, NOAA; Justin S. Brashares, University of California Berkeley; Patrick W. Robinson, University of California-Santa Cruz; Kylie L. Scales, University of the Sunshine Coast; Daniel Crocker, Sonoma State University; Daniel P. Costa, University of California-Santa Cruz
3:10 PM
4:00 PM
 Species distributions and the role of species co-occurrence on reproductive isolation in walnut-infesting Rhagoletis flies
Mary M. Glover, The University of Notre Dame; Jeffrey L. Feder, The University of Notre Dame
4:20 PM
 What home-range estimator should I use? An analysis of autocorrelation and bias in home-range estimation
Michael J Noonan, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute; Chris H. Fleming, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute; Marlee A. Tucker, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre; Thomas Mueller, Goethe University; Justin M. Calabrese, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute at the National Zoological Park
4:40 PM
 Inter- and intra-population variation migratory timing
Jakob Brodersen, Eawag: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology; Philip Dermond, Eawag Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology
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