COS 9 - Distributions And Range Limits I

Monday, August 7, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
D131, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Refining predictions of species distributions using biotic interaction networks
Phillip P.A. Staniczenko, University of Maryland, College Park; Prabu Sivasubramaniam, University of Edinburgh; K. Blake Suttle, University of California, Santa Cruz; Richard G. Pearson, University College London
1:50 PM
 Linking demography and microclimate across the range of an alpine plant
Meagan F. Oldfather, UC Berkeley; David D. Ackerly, University of California Berkeley
2:10 PM
 Demographic causes of range limits in a mountaintop endemic salamander
David Marsh, Washington & Lee University; Kate McCreary, Washington & Lee University; Kara Farroni, Washington & Lee University; Margaret B Dewing, Washington & Lee University
2:30 PM
 Freezes and hurricanes drive regime shifts between mangroves and saltmarshes in the temperate-tropical ecotone
Emily Dangremond, Roosevelt University; Ilka C. Feller, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
2:50 PM
 Do all the individuals in a species have the same Grinnellian niche?
Ben S. Carlson, Yale; Martin Wikelski, Max Plank Institute for Ornithology; Walter Jetz, Yale University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Demographic compensation does not rescue Erythranthe cardinalis populations at the southern edge of the species’ range
Seema Sheth, University of California, Berkeley; Amy L. Angert, University of British Columbia
3:40 PM
 Variation in range size and dispersal capabilities of microbial taxa
Mallory J. Choudoir, University of Colorado Boulder; Noah Fierer, University of Colorado Boulder
4:00 PM
 Multi-scale inference of seedling range dynamics in Rocky Mountain forests
Paige E. Copenhaver-Parry, George Fox University; Matthew V. Talluto, CNRS; Charles J.W. Carroll, Colorado State University; Patrick H. Martin, Colorado State University
4:20 PM
 But where's the hippopotamus? Modeling the present and future distribution of a semi-aquatic megaherbivore using hydrology-informed species distribution models
Tristan Nuñez, University of California- Berkeley; Douglas J. McCauley, University of California at Santa Barbara; Justin S. Brashares, University of California Berkeley
4:40 PM
 Incorporating biotic interactions improves the prediction of mountain ecosystem species abundance and distribution
Joshua S. Lynn, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory; Stephanie N. Kivlin, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory; Melanie R. Kazenel, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory; Jennifer A. Rudgers, University of New Mexico
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