Contributed Oral Session 116: Predator - Prey Ecology: Modeling
Thursday, August 11, 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM, Meeting Room 518 C, Level 5, Palais des congrès de Montréal
8:00 AM: Pachepsky, Elizaveta *,1, Nisbet, Roger1, McCauley, Edward2, 1 Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology Department, Santa Barbara, CA2 Division of Ecology, Calgary, AB,
Big predators and small prey - a formula for stable dynamics?
8:20 AM: Steury, Todd*,1, Mitchell, William1, Lima, Steven1, 1 Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, When should predators have important non-lethal effects on prey populations?
8:40 AM: Mitchell, William1, Lima, Steven1, 1 Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, USA, The effects of predator number and speed on predator and prey behavioral strategies played on a large spatial scale.
9:00 AM: Murrell, David*,1, 1 NERC Centre for Population Biology, Ascot, Berkshire, United kingdom, Local interactions and predator-prey dynamics: counterintuitive effects of prey enrichment.
9:20 AM: Jensen, Christopher*,1, 1 Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States, Are the prey- and ratio-dependent functional responses really extremes along a continuum of predator interference?
9:40 AM: , BREAK.
9:50 AM: Harmon, Jason*,1, 2, Andow, David2, 1 University of California-Davis, Davis, CA, USA2 University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, USA, Incorporating multiple prey into a predator's functional response.
10:10 AM: Bell, Adrian*,, Rader, Russell1, Peck, Steven1, Sih, Andrew2, 1 Department of Integrative Biology, Provo, UT, USA2 Department of Environmental Science and Policy, Davis, CA, Spatial correlations and impact of predator-prey behavioral responses.
10:30 AM: Englund, Göran*,1, Bergström, Ulf 2, Leonardsson, Kjell1, 1 Department of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Umeå, Sweden2 National Board of Fisheries, Öregrund, Sweden, Plugging space into predator-prey models: an empirical approach.
10:50 AM: Luttbeg, Barney1, Hammond, John1, Sih, Andrew1, 1 University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, How predators and prey distribute themselves across space: comparing empirical data to alternative models of movement rules.
11:10 AM: Brose, Ulrich1, 2, Berlow, Eric*,2, 3, Martinez, Neo3, 1 Darmstadt Technical University, Darmstadt, Germany2 Pacific Ecoinformatics and Computational Ecology Lab, Berkeley, CA, USA3 University of California, San Diego, Bishop, 93514, CA, USA, Scaling up keystone effects from simple modules to complex ecological networks.
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