Organized Oral Session 30: Modeling movement at multiple scales
Organizer(s): J Fryxell, M Turner, and M Boyce
Wednesday, August 10, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM, Meeting Room 511 C, Level 5, Palais des congrès de Montréal
8:00 AM: Boyce, Mark*,1, Merrill, Evelyn, 1 Department of Biological Sciences, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Empirical measurement and analysis of movement: Technological advances.
8:20 AM: Morales, Juan*,1, 1 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Parameterization of animal movement models.
8:40 AM: Nisbet, Roger*,1, Anderson, Kurt1, 1 Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, Santa Barbara, California, USA, Population response to environmental stress at multiple spatial scales in systems with unidirectional flow.
9:00 AM: Fryxell, John*,1, 1 University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, Movement strategies and the viability of Serengeti grazers.
9:20 AM: Jonsen, Ian*,1, Myers, Ransom1, Mills Flemming, Joanna2, 1 Department of Biology, Halifax, NS, Canada2 Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Halifax, NS, Canada, Meta-analytic state-space models for of animal movement: Inferring navigation ability and behavior over multiple individuals.
9:40 AM: , BREAK.
9:50 AM: Tewksbury, Joshua*,1, Haddad, Nick2, Levey, Doug3, Bolker, Ben3, Sargent, Sarah4, 1 Department of Biology, Seattle, WA, USA2 Department of Zoology, Raleigh, NC, USA3 Department of Zoology, Gainesville, FL, 981154 Department of Biology, Meadville, PA, USA, Bird foraging behaviors scale up to predict corridor effects on seed dispersal.
10:10 AM: Wiegand, Thorsten*,1, Revilla, Eloy2, Kramer-Schadt, Stephanie1, 1 Department of Ecological Modelling, 04301 Leipzig, Germany2 Department of Applied Biology, 41013 Sevilla, Spain, A pattern-oriented approach for modeling dispersal movement at multiple scales.
10:30 AM: Haydon, Daniel *,1, Morales, Juan 2, Yott, Adelle 3, Jenkins, Deborah 3, Rosatte, Rick 3, Fryxell, John 4, 1 Division of Environmental and Evolutionary Biology, Glasgow, Scotland2 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Storrs, CT, USA3 Trent University, Peterborough, ON, Canada4 Dept. Zoology, Guelph, ON, Canada, Movement, social processes, and the population dynamics of re-introduced elk.
10:50 AM: Vellend, Mark*,1, 2, Knight, Tiffany1, Drake, John1, 1 National Center for Ecological Analysis & Synthesis, Santa Barbara, CA, USA2 Departments of Botany & Zoology, and Centre for Biodiversity Research, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Antagonistic effects of seed dispersal and herbivory on plant migration.
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