OOS 28: Integrating Approaches to Connectivity: Landscapes, Patches and Networks.
Organized by: CP Brooks and N Haddad
Thursday, August 5, 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM, Meeting Room E 145.
8:00 AM Goodwin, Brett*,1, 1 University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND Landscape connectivity: The interaction of movement behavior with landscape structure.
8:20 AM Antolin, Mike*,1, Savage, Lisa *,1, Stapp, Paul*,2, 1 Colorado State University, Fort Collins2 California State University, Fullerton Prairie dogs and plague: Disease transmission in a metapopulation setting.
8:40 AM Haddad, Nick*,1, Damschen, Ellen1, Tewksbury, Josh2, 1 Department of Zoology, Raleigh, NC, USA2 Department of Biology, Seattle, WA, USA Experimental tests of corridor effects on populations and communities.
9:00 AM Brooks, Christopher1, 1 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA From genes to metapopulations: A scalar analysis of connectivity.
9:20 AM Webb, Colleen*,1, 1 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA The role of spatial modularity in ecosystem resilience.
9:40 AM Break.
9:50 AM Krause, Ann*,1, Frank, Kenneth1, Mason, Doran2, Taylor, William1, 1 Michigan State University, East Lansing2 NOAA-Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor Changes in the connectivity pattern of a food-web network after biological invasions.
10:10 AM With, Kimberly*,1, Schrott, Gregory1, King, Anthony2, 1 Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS2 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN Metalandscape connectivity and regional population viability in migratory songbirds.
10:30 AM McRae, Brad*,1, Beier, Paul1, 1 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ A connectivity model that ecologists, geneticists, and conservationists can all learn to love.
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