PS 81 - Latebreaking: Modeling

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Comparison of three techniques for estimating population size of raccoons on Ruler’s Bar Hassock, New York
Jeanette Rodriguez, Hofstra University; Russell L. Burke, Hofstra University
 Impact of interior temperatures of shaded and unshaded vehicles on children’s health: A heat modeling case study
Michelle N. Poletti, Arizona State University; Ariane Middel, Arizona State University; Jennifer Vanos, Texas Tech University
 Resource allocation and the selection of seed size and self-fertilization in hermaphroditic plants under pollen limitation
Qiaoqiao Huang, Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences; Martin Burd, Monash University; Zhiwei Fan, Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences
 Modeling summer habitat use of mule deer in south central Oregon
Priscilla K. Coe, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; Ryan M. Nielson, Western Ecosystem Technologies, Inc.; John Lombardi, Western Ecosystem Technologies, Inc.; Carolyn A. Eckrich, Oregon Department of Fish and Widlife; Sara C. Gregory, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; Mary Jo Hedrick, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; DeWaine Jackson, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; Darren Clark, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
 Comparison between stage-structured and age-structured matrix population models
Jasmin Diaz- Lopez, Texas A&M University; Masami Fujiwara, Texas A&M University
 PiSCES: Pi(scine) stream community estimation software: A tool for nationwide fish assemblage predictions
Mike Cyterski, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; John M. Johnston, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Mike O. Galvin, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Craig Barber, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Rajbir Parmar, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Amber R. Ignatius, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Kurt L. Wolfe, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
 Variability of hydraulic traits across ten aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) stands in Utah: Implications for stomatal response modeling and drought stress vulnerability assessment
Martin D. Venturas, University of Utah; David Love, University of Utah; Yujie Wang, University of Utah; William R. L. Anderegg, University of Utah; John S. Sperry, University of Utah
 California’s landscape condition: Spatial modeling to support conservation and renewable energy planning across the state
Rebecca S. Degagne, Conservation Biology Institute; Justin D. Brice, Conservation Biology Institute; Mike O. A. Gough, Conservation Biology Institute; Tim Sheehan, Conservation Biology Institute; Jim R. Strittholt, Conservation Biology Institute
 Model application niche analysis: An approach for assessing the transferability and generalizability of ecological models
Jessica B. Moon, University of Arkansas; Theodore H. DeWitt, U.S. EPA; Melissa Errend, Oregon State University; Randy Bruins, US EPA; Mary E. Kentula, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Sarah Chamberlain, The Pennsylvania State University; M. Siobhan Fennessy, Kenyon College; Kusum J. Naithani, University of Arkansas
 Models migrating toward data: Viability analysis for Pacific salmon using integrated population models
Eric R. Buhle, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center; Mark D. Scheuerell, University of Washington; James T. Thorson, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
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