COS 72 - Urban Ecosystems III

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
E146, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Urban blues: Both oscine and non-oscine birds adjust their songs in noisy cities
Caroline Dingle, The University of Hong Kong; Wing Fung Lo, The University of Hong Kong; Fengyi Guo, The University of Hong Kong; Timothy C. Bonebrake, The University of Hong Kong
1:50 PM
 Testing Holling's Textural-Discontinuity Hypothesis along an urban gradient
Sara A. Gagné, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Lenore Fahrig, Carleton University; Kunwar Singh, North Carolina State University
2:10 PM
 Future urban sustainability and resilience in Valdivia, Chile: Assessing social-ecological-technological scenarios with ecosystem services
Elizabeth M. Cook, Universidad Austral de Chile; David M. Iwaniec, Arizona State University; Jason R. Sauer, Arizona State University; Nancy B. Grimm, Arizona State University; Olga Barbosa, Universidad Austral de Chile
2:30 PM
 The uneven effects of urbanity on wild bee populations: The importance of functional groups in determining wild bee responses to urban development
Paul R Glaum, University of Michigan; Maria-Carolina M. Simao, University of Michigan; Gordon Fitch, University of Michigan; Chatura Vaidya, University of Michigan; Ben Iuliano, University of Michigan
2:50 PM
 Sewer pipes: A microbial ecosystem and conduit from cities to surface waters
Ryan J. Newton, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Does the effect of impervious surface cover on tree pests and condition vary with background climate?
Michael G. Just, North Carolina State University; Adam G. Dale, University of Florida; Steven D. Frank, North Carolina State University
3:40 PM
 Urban ecology research mentoring experiences can broaden participation in the ecological sciences
Jason M. Aloisio, Wildlife Conservation Society; James D. Lewis, Fordham University; Brian Johnson, Wildlife Conservation Society; Karen Tingley, Wildlife Conservation Society; Jason Munshi-South, Fordham University; J. Alan Clark, Fordham University
4:00 PM
 Characterization of organic matter sources within a matrix of land-use in northeast Utah
Julia E Kelso, Utah State University; Michelle Baker, Utah State University
4:20 PM
 "Re-oaking" in Silicon Valley: Can restoring lost ecosystems to urban green spaces benefit biodiversity?
Erica N. Spotswood, San Francisco Estuary Institute; Erin E. Beller, San Francisco Estuary Institute; Steve Hagerty, San Francisco Estuary Institute; April Robinson, San Francisco Estuary Institute; Letitia Grenier, San Francisco Estuary Institute; Robin Grossinger, San Francisco Estuary Institute
4:40 PM
 The bee microbiome: Urbanization, flowers, and parasites
Hamutahl Cohen, University of California, Santa Cruz; Quinn McFrederick, UC Riverside; Stacy M. Philpott, University of California, Santa Cruz
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