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Symposium #20: Extreme event analysis in ecology.
Sponsored by ESA Statistical Ecology and Long Term Studies Sections
Organized by: B. Li and R. G. Balice.
Thursday, August 9, 2001. 8:00 AM to 12:10 PM. Madison Ballroom A
8:00 AM Li, Bai-Lian1, 1 Introduction.
8:05 AM Li, Bai-Lian1, 1 Mathematical and statistical techniques and approaches for extreme event analysis: an overview.
8:30 AM ANAND, MADHUR1., Patterns in ecology: the expected and the emergent.
9:00 AM McLachlan, Jason1, Clark, James1, Manos, Paul1, 1 The role of extreme dispersal in plant migration: estimation and prediction.
9:30 AM Dennis, Brian1, 1 Allee effects and stochasticity.
10:00 AM Break.
10:10 AM Dale, Virginia1, 1 Plant reestablishment on the Mount St. Helens' debris avalanche.
10:40 AM Miller, Norman1, 1 Uncertainty analysis of California streamflow under current and projected climates.
11:10 AM DEUTSCHMAN, DOUGLAS1, 1 Grabbing a whale by its tail: The influence of the extreme right-tail of the distribution on population estimates of the Alaskan bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus).
11:40 AM Balice, Randy1, 1 Ecological risk assessment and extreme events analysis: applications to wildfire management.
12:05 PM Balice, Randy1, 1 Closing Remarks.