COS 117 - Population Dynamics And Regulation I

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
E141, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Characterizing the fundamental thermal niche of ectotherms
Margaret W. Simon, University of California, Los Angeles; Priyanga Amarasekare, University of California, Los Angeles
1:50 PM
 Interactions between predation risk and temperature affect death, fecundity, and individual growth rates, leading to changes in population growth rate thermal performance curves (TPCs)
Thomas M. Luhring, University of Nebraska; Clayton E. Cressler, University of Nebraska; Janna Vavra, University of Nebraska; John P. DeLong, University of Nebraska
2:10 PM
 The body size and temperature dependence of┬álong-term population cycle period: From protists to porcupines
David M. Anderson, University of Florida; James F. Gillooly, University of Florida
2:30 PM
 Warming temperatures amplify the impacts of density dependence in a stream salmonid population
Knut Marius Myrvold, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA); Brian P. Kennedy, University of Idaho
2:50 PM
 Theory and application in urban mosquito ecology: Managing a new landscape of risk
Shannon L. LaDeau, Cary Insitute of Ecosystem Studies; Dawn Biehler, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Heather Goodman, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Paul T. Leisnham, University of Maryland; Megan E. M. Saunders, University of Maryland
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Prey-driven control of aquatic beetle predator assemblages
Matthew R Pintar, University of Mississippi; William Resetarits, University of Mississippi
3:40 PM
 Transient population dynamics produce delayed responses of bumblebees to habitat loss and restoration
David T. Iles, Tufts University; Elizabeth E. Crone, Tufts University
4:00 PM
 The dependence of synchrony on timescale and geographic structure in freshwater plankton
Thomas L. Anderson, University of Kansas; Lawrence W. Sheppard, University of Kansas; Jonathan A. Walter, University of Kansas; Todd D. Levine, Murray State University; Susan P. Hendricks, Murray State University; David S. White, Murray State University; Daniel C Reuman, Rockefeller University
4:20 PM
 How insect herbivores influence population growth and regulation of a perennial plant
Nora Underwood, Florida State University; Stacey L. Halpern, Pacific University; Brian D. Inouye, Florida State University
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