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Symposium #30: Stochasticity in population ecology .
ESA Statistical Ecology Section
Organized by: B Dennis
Thursday, August 8. 1:00 PM to 3:45 PM. Turquoise Ballroom, TCC.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] DENNIS, BRIAN*,1, 1 University of Idaho, Moscow, ID Introductory remarks: Making room for noise in ecological concepts.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Caswell, Hal*,1, 1 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA Demographic stochasticity and demographic heterogeneity in matrix population models.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Taper, Mark*,1, Dennis, Brian2, 1 Montana State University - Bozeman, Bozeman, MT2 University of Idaho, Moscow, ID Density dependence in stochastic and deterministic environments.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] BJORNSTAD, OTTAR*,1, NISBET, ROGER2, FROMENTIN, JEAN-MARC3, 1 Depts of Biol and Entomol, State College, PA2 EEMB, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA3 IFREMER, Sete, France Stochastic age-structured dynamics: The cohort resonance effect.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Kendall, Bruce*,1, 1 Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, Santa Barbara, CA Individual variation and demographic stochasticity.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Lele, Subhash*,1, 1 University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Statistical analysis of ecological time series in the presence of sampling variability: A composite likelihood approach.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] Gross, Kevin*,1, Ives, Anthony1, 1 University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI Modeling population dynamics with a mechanistic description of stochasticity.
[UNKNOWN: PRESTIME] DESHARNAIS, ROBERT*,1, HENSON, SHANDELLE*,2, 1 California State University, Los Angeles, CA, firstname.lastname@example.org Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI, email@example.com Time and chance reveal all: how stochasticity illuminates nonlinearity in population dynamics.