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Symposium #3: The role of spatial extent in ecological pattern and process.
Sponsored by ESA Vegetation Section
Organized by: J. Nekola and H.H. Wagner.
Monday, August 6, 2001. 8:00 AM to 11:45 AM. Madison Ballroom B
8:00 AM Nekola, J. , Wagner, H., Introduction.
8:10 AM Palmer, Michael1, 1 On the geometry of scale.
8:35 AM Kraft, Clifford 1, Sullivan, Patrick 1, Karatayev, Alexander 2, Burlakova, Lyubov2, Nekola, Jeffrey3, Johnson, Ladd4, Padilla, Dianna 5, 1 2 3 4 5 Landscape patterns of aquatic invaders: Assessing the extent of zebra mussel dispersal from spatial distributions.
9:00 AM Wagner, Helene1,2, 1 2 Modeling of spatial dependence in heterogeneous landscapes.
9:25 AM Nekola, Jeffrey 1, 1 Distance decay as a measurement of extent's role in community composition turnover.
9:50 AM Break.
10:05 AM Bossenbroek, Jonathan 1, 1 Gravity models: from long-distance dispersal to local patterns of movement.
10:30 AM Wiens, John1,2, 1 2 Spatial extent and ecological processes: Integrating observational and functional scales.
10:55 AM WHITE, PETER1, 1 Extent and conservation biology .
11:20 AM Nekola, J. , Wagner, H. , Discussion.