Organized Oral Session 23: The use of spatially explicit data in ecological investigations
Organizer(s): K Conrad, J Holland, and L Rew
Tuesday, August 9, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM, Meeting Room 511 C, Level 5, Palais des congrès de Montréal
1:30 PM: Perry, Joe*,1, Alexander, Colin1, Holland, John2, Winder, Linton3, Griffiths, Georgianne2, 1 Rothamsted Research, AL5 2JQ, United Kingdom, firstname.lastname@example.org Game Conservancy Trust, Fordingbridge, Hampshire, UK3 University of Plymouth, Newton Abbott, Devon, UK, Spatial patterns at different scales for beetle predators and aphid prey.
1:50 PM: von Wettberg, Eric*,1, Remington, David2, Schmitt, Johanna1, 1 Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Providence, RI, USA2 Department of Biology, Greensboro, NC, USA, Landscape genetics of shade avoidance responses in Impatiens capensiss, a North American annual.
2:10 PM: Rew, Lisa*,1, Maxwell, Bruce1, Lehnhoff, Erik1, Repath, Charles1, 1 Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, USA, Detecting spatial change in non-indigenous plant populations.
2:30 PM: Aspinall, Richard1, Rew, Lisa2, Maxwell, Bruce2, 1 University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ, USA2 Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, USA, Modelling contagion of non-indigenous plant species at the landscape level: An example from the northern range of Yellowstone National Park.
2:50 PM: Maestre, Fernando*,1, Escudero, Adrian2, Reynolds, James1, 1 Duke University, Durham, NC2 Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Mostoles, Spain, Linking the spatial patterns of organisms to ecosystem function and management: Insights from semi-arid environments.
3:10 PM: , BREAK.
3:20 PM: CASTELLAZZI, Marie*,1, PERRY, Joe1, 1 Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, UK, Modelling agricultural landscapes: The importance of spatial pattern and temporal variation.
3:40 PM: Griffiths, Georgianne*,1, Winder, Linton1, Perry, Joe2, Alexander, Colin2, Holland, John3, 1 University of Plymouth, Devon, U.K.2 Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, U.K.3 The Game Conservancy Trust, Fordingbridge, U.K., Spatio-temporal dynamics of individually marked beetles in relation to aphid distributions at different spatial scales.
4:00 PM: Conrad, Kelvin*,1, Perry, Joe1, Woiwod, Ian1, 1 Rothamsted, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, UK, Spatial pattern complements unusual changes in abundance and occupancy during the national population decline of a common Arctiid moth.
4:20 PM: Smith, Robert*,1, Read, Jon1, 2, Ridsdill-Smith, James3, 1 University of Leicester, Leicester, UK2 University of Warwick, Coventry, UK3 CSIRO-Entomology, Perth, W. Australia, Spatial dynamics of Red-Legged Earth Mite in western Australia.
4:40 PM: McGeoch, Melodie*,1, Veldtman, Ruan2, Hui, Cang 1, 1 Department of Entomology, Stellenbosch, South Africa2 Department of Botany and Zoology, Stellenbosch, South Africa, The contribution of spatially explicit analysis to understanding aggregation and density dependence.
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