Organized Oral Session 28: Ecological processes important in the responses of bird populations to environmental change driven by agriculture
Organizer(s): K Norris, E Chambers, and J Vickery
Wednesday, August 10, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM, Meeting Room 511a, Level 5, Palais des congrès de Montréal
8:00 AM: Lens, Luc *,1, 1 Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium, Historical change in dispersal ability and developmental stability predicts current biodiversity impact of forest fragmentation in a Kenyan agricultural landscape.
8:20 AM: Stouffer, Philip*,1, Bierregaard, Richard2, Strong, Cheryl 3, 1 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge2 University of North Carolina- Charlotte, Charlotte3 San Francisco Bay Bird Observatory, Alviso, CA, Long-term responses of understory birds in Amazonian forest fragments to local matrix dynamics.
8:40 AM: Atkinson, Phil*,1, Gillings, Simon*,1, Robinson, Rob*,1, Siriwardena, Gavin*,1, Vickery, Juliet*,1, 1 British Trust for Ornithology, Thetford, Norfolk, UK, The importance of landscape context and spatial scale in the distribution of farmland birds in the UK.
9:00 AM: Norris, Ken*,1, 1 CAER, University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom, Using process-based models to predict how bird populations might respond to environmental change driven by agriculture.
9:20 AM: Verhulst, Jort*,1, Kleijn, David1, 1 Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands, Spatial scale at which lapwings Vanellus vanellus use their territories.
9:40 AM: , BREAK.
9:50 AM: Keiss, Oskars*,1, 2, Mednis, Aivars*,2, 1 Department of Zoology and Animal Ecology, Riga, Latvia2 Laboratory of Ornithology, Salaspils, Latvia, Impact of changes in agricultural land use in Easter Europe on the globally endangered grassland bird species: Corncrake Crex crex L.
10:10 AM: Roberts, Dina*,1, Garton, Edward1, Harvey, Celia2, 1 University of Idaho, Moscow2 CATIE, Turrialba, Costa Rica, Modeling tropical forest patch occupancy by resident and migrant birds of the Caribbean lowlands of Costa Rica: A multi-scaled approach.
10:30 AM: Vepsäläinen, Ville*,1, Pakkala, Timo2, Piha, Markus2, Tiainen, Juha3, 1 Finnish Museum of Natural History, Helsinki, Finland2 Finnish Museum of Natural History, Helsinki, Finland3 Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute, Helsinki, Finland, The Ortolan Bunting Emberiza hortulana as the key indicator for monitoring the ecological quality of agricultural landscapes: A study with multi-scale approach.
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