COS 47 - Trophic Dynamics And Interactions II

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
E142, Oregon Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Decoupled biodiversity and functional dynamics of green and brown food web components during ecosystem assembly
Han Olff, University of Groningen; Francisco Dini-Andreote, University of Groningen; Fons van der Plas, Senckenberg Biodiversity Institute; Matty P. Berg, Vrije University
8:20 AM
 A tropic cascade: Fish mediate top-down control on algal biomass inside and outside of reserves
Aaron A. Koning, University of Wisconsin; Peter B. McIntyre, University of Wisconsin
8:40 AM
 Does the stress gradient hypothesis apply to soil food webs? Testing the biotic interactions of soil nematodes along a salinity gradient at the McMurdo Dry Valleys Long Term Ecological Research site
E. Ashley Shaw, Colorado State University; Byron J. Adams, Brigham Young University; John E. Barrett, Virginia Polytechnic and State University; Ross A. Virginia, Dartmouth College; Diana H. Wall, Colorado State University
9:00 AM
 Enemies with benefits: Integrating positive and negative interactions among terrestrial carnivores
Laura R. Prugh, University of Washington; Kelly J. Sivy, University of Washington
9:20 AM
 Mechanisms driving resistance and resilience to community change after the sea star wasting disease outbreak
Sarah Gravem, Oregon State University; Robin Elahi, Hopkins Marine Lab; Corey Garza, California State University Monteryy Bay; Diana LaScala-Gruenwald, Stanford University; Steven Y. Litvin, Stanford University; Bruce A. Menge, Oregon State University; Fiorenza Micheli, Stanford University; Jennifer K. O’Leary, California Sea Grant; John S. Pearse, University of California, Santa Cruz; Joe Tyburczy, California Sea Grant Extension; James LaScala-Gruenwald, Stanford University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Influence of macroalgal diet on purple urchin trophic efficiency
Julie B. Schram, University of Oregon; Aaron W. E. Galloway, University of Oregon
10:10 AM
 River otters as ecosystem engineers on coastal islands: Disturbances, marine subsidies, and their effects on terrestrial invertebrate communities
Crystal M. Ernst, Hakai Institute; Andrew Sheriff, University of Victoria; Chris T. Darimont, University of Victoria; John D. Reynolds, Hakai Institute
10:50 AM
 The effect of hypoxia on energy flow in an estuarine fjord
Pamela E. Moriarty, University of Washington; Timothy E. Essington, University of Washington; Mei Sato, Oregon State University; John Horne, University of Washington; Julie Keister, University of Washington; Sandy Parker-Setter, NOAA
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