Oral Session 102: Modeling II: Populations and Aquatic Systems.
Presiding: V Gertseva
Thursday, August 5, 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM, Meeting Room D 133.
8:00 AM Crozier, Lisa *,1, Dwyer, Greg2, 1 University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA2 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA Population dynamics affect responses to climate change: Insights from a mathematical model.
8:20 AM Chockley, Brandon*,1, 2, St. Mary, Colette1, Osenberg, Craig1, 1 University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA2 Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, USA Identifying population sinks in the upper Florida Keys: A demographic modeling approach.
8:40 AM Wilcox, Chris*,1, 1 The Ecology Centre, Brisbane, QLD, Australia Estimating spatial structure and population turnover using presence-absence data with false negatives: Investigating mechanisms driving crustacean metapopulations.
9:00 AM Saunders, Colin*,1, Childers, Daniel1, Lynch, Jason2, Jaffe, Rudolf1, Gao, Min1, 1 Southeast Environmental Research Center, Miami, FL, USA2 North Central College, Naperville, IL, USA Modeling the dynamics of Cladium jamaicense biomass over the last century in Everglades National Park.
9:20 AM Andersen, Mark *,1, Cowley, David1, 1 Department of Fishery and Wildlife Sciences, Las Cruces, NM, USA Patch deletion and persistence of endangered stream fish populations.
9:40 AM Break.
9:50 AM Hartman, Melannie*,1, Baron, Jill1, Ojima, Dennis1, 1 Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Fort Collins, CO, USA Modeling the timeline for lake and stream acidification from excess nitrogen deposition for Rocky Mountain National Park.
10:10 AM Goodwin, R. Andrew*,1, 2, Nestler, John2, Anderson, James3, Weber, Larry4, 1 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York2 US Army Engineer Research & Development Center, Vicksburg, Mississippi3 University of Washington, Seattle, Washington4 University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa CEL Agent IBMs: Decoding and forecasting 3-D fish response to hydrodynamic and water quality pattern.
10:30 AM Edwards, Andrew*,1, Myers, Ransom1, 1 Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Why do some fish populations increase under large-scale industrial fishing?
10:50 AM Berkley, Heather*,1, Kendall, Bruce1, Siegel, David1, Costello, Christopher1, 1 University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA Fishing in a stirred ocean: Sustainable harvest can increase spatial variation in fish populations.
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