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Poster Session # 2: Statistical Ecology and Ecological Modeling.
Monday, August 4 Presentation from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM. SITCC Exhibit Hall B.
Poster # 9. Desrochers, Rachelle*,1, 1 Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada Partititioning the components of diversity along ecological perturbation gradients.
Poster # 10. Momen, B.*,1, Anderson, P.2, Sullivan, J.1, Helms, J.3, 1 University of Maryland, College Park, MD2 USDA-Forest Service, Corvallis, OR3 University of California, Berkeley, CA Using multivariate statistics to predict mature tree performance from seedling characteristics.
Poster # 11. Ellison, Aaron*,1, Gotelli, Nicholas2, 1 Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA2 University of Vermont, Burlington, VT Using Bayesian and frequentist statistics to develop individual trait-based models of population dynamics.
Poster # 12. Boyce, Richard*,1, 1 Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY Choosing the best similarity index when performing fuzzy set ordination on abundance data.
Poster # 13. Grow, David1, 1 University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona Fractal modification of tree-ring chronologies for streamflow reconstructions.
Poster # 14. Slone, Daniel*,1, Gruner, Susan2, Allen, Jon3, 1 USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Pineville, LA2 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL3 University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA Estimating time-of-death with a community model of maggot growth and development.
Poster # 15. Endo, Masahiro*,1, Nitta, Keiji1, 1 Institute for Environmental Sciences, Rokkasho, Aomori, Japan Examination on growing native wetland plants in a geo-sphere module of the Closed Geo-Hydrosphere Experiment Facility.
Poster # 16. Davis, Michelle*,1, Berkson, Jim1, 1 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA Red Porgy population status determination: Optimizing data during data-poor periods.
Poster # 17. Ellis, Alicia1, 2, Post, Eric1, 1 Penn State University, University Park, PA2 Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH Predicting population response to climate change: A non-linear modeling approach.
Poster # 18. Park, Richard*,1, Clough, Jonathan2, 1 Eco Modeling, Diamondhead, MS, USA2 Warren Pinnacle Consulting Inc., Warren, VT, USA Modeling the fate and effects of pollutants in estuarine ecosystems with AQUATOX.
Poster # 19. Lemasson, Bertrand*,1, Haefner, James1, Bowen, Mark2, Frizzell, Kathy2, 1 Utah State University, Logan, Utah, U.S.A.2 Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. Parameter estimation for the behavioral algorithms of a fish movement model.
Poster # 20. Liu, Mingliang*,1, 2, Tian, Hanqin1, 2, Pan, Shufen1, 2, Melillo, Jerry 3, Kicklighter, David3, Reilly, John4, 1 Chinese Ecosystem Research Network, Beijing, 100101, China2 The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 660453 Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, MA 025434 MIT Joint Program on Science and Policy of Global Change, Cambridge, MA 02139 Daily, seasonal and interannual variations in carbon and water fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems: the Daily TEM and its applications to Chinese Ecosystems.
Poster # 21. Li, Harbin*,, Minkkinen, Kari , Wang, Zhengquan , Trettin, Carl, Uncertainty in scaling up carbon estimates in peat soils of Finland: Comparison among four methods.
Poster # 22. Diez, Jeff*,1, Pulliam, H. Ronald1, 1 Institute of Ecology, Athens, GA The distribution and demography of a terrestrial orchid across environmental gradients.
Poster # 23. Vaitkus, Milda*,1, Henebry, Geoffrey1, Putz, Brian1, Merchant, James1, 1 Center for Advanced Land Management Information Technologies (CALMIT), Lincoln, NE, USA Evaluating the use of statistical decision trees for modeling avian habitats and regional range distributions in the Great Plains.
Poster # 24. Lord, Cynthia *,1, Day, Jonathan1, 1 University of Florida - IFAS, Vero Beach, FL, USA Modeling of arboviruses in Florida.
Poster # 26. Batchelor, Margaret*,1, Fowler, Norma1, 1 University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA Consequences of including demographic heterogeneity in population models.
Poster # 27. McKelvey, Stephen1, Parysow, Pablo*,1, Mathiasen, Robert1, 1 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ Modeling white fir site productivity in southwestern USA: Parameter prediction and guide curve methods.