Poster Session 33: Trohpic Structure
Thursday, August 11, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM, Exhibit Hall 220 A-E, Level 2, Palais des congrès de Montréal
Poster # 146. Ho, Chuan-Kai *,1, Pennings, Steven1, 1 University of Houston, Houston, TX, Consequences of omnivory for trophic interactions: a case from salt marshes.
Poster # 147. Catenazzi, Alessandro*,1, Donnelly, Maureen1, 1 Florida International University, Miami, FL, The Ulva connection: marine algae subsidize terrestrial predators in coastal Peru.
Poster # 148. Tillmanns, Angeline*,1, Ladouceur, Margo1, Pick, Frances1, 1 University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Determining the relative influence of resource composition and predation on zooplankton populations over a growing season: an investigation using time series analysis.
Poster # 149. Ellison, Aaron*,1, Gotelli, Nicholas2, Bledzki, Leszek3, Butler, Jessica1, 1 Harvard University - Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA2 University of Vermont, Burlington, VT3 Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, Regulation of food-web structure in the Sarracenia microecosystem.
Poster # 150. Petchey, Owen*,1, Ebenman, Bo2, Eklöf, Anna2, 1 University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK2 Linköpings universitet, Linköpings, Sweden, Dynamic cascading extinctions cause greater than expected loss of trophic diversity.
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