COS 89 - Modeling: Communities, Disturbance, Succession II

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B113, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 A multispecies dependent double-observer model: A new method for estimating multispecies abundance
Victoria J. Dreitz, University of Montana; Jessie D. Golding, University of Montana; James J. Nowak, University of Montana
8:20 AM
 Accounting for disturbance history in watershed-scale models: Using remote sensing to constrain carbon and nitrogen pool spin-up
Erin J. Hanan, Washington State University; Christina L. Tague, University of Calfornia, Santa Barbara; Janet S. Choate, University of Calfornia, Santa Barbara; Mingliang Liu, Washington State University; Crystal Kolden, University of Idaho; Jennifer C. Adam, Washington State University
9:00 AM
 Metrics for quantifying ecological resilience
Caleb P. Roberts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Craig R. Allen, University of Nebraska; David Angeler, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Jessica L. Burnett, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Dirac Twidwell, University of Nebraska
9:20 AM
 Exploring the relationship between functional diversity and resilience in coral communities using an agent-based model
Bruno S. Carturan, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus; Lael Parrott, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus; Jason Pither, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Adaptive breeding strategies in a structurally simple but spatiotemporally variable ecosystem
Amber Carver, University of Colorado Denver; David J. Augustine, USDA-ARS; Susan Skagen, USGS; Angela Dwyer, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies; Diana Tomback, University of Colorado; Michael B. Wunder, University of Colorado Denver
10:10 AM
 Predicting the dynamics of biomass and nutrients under different harvesting techniques in a northern hardwood forest
Mahnaz Valipour, Syracuse University; Charles T. Driscoll, Syracuse University; Chris E. Johnson, Syracuse University
10:30 AM
 Improving avian species distribution models by incorporating biotic interactions
Rachel Fern, Texas A&M University; Michael L. Morrison, Texas A&M University; Jeremy Baumgardt, Texas A&M University - Kingsville; Tyler A. Campbell, East Foundation
10:50 AM
 Dynamics and persistence in a metacommunity centred on the snapdragon plant Antirrhinum majus: Theoretical predictions and an empirical test
Coline C. Jaworski, University of Arizona; Christophe Thebaud, Paul Sabatier University; Jerome Chave, Paul Sabatier University
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