PS 82
Latebreaking: Population Dynamics

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
Biological control by multiple natural enemies; key roles of behavioral plasticity of pests and natural enemies
Yusuke Ikegawa, Graduate School of Science, Osaka Prefecture University; Hideo Ezoe, Osaka Prefecture University; Toshiyuki Namba, Osaka Prefecture University
Sensitivity of population growth to biotic interactions varies systematically with abiotic stress: Drivers of small mammal population dynamics in a Kenyan savanna
Allison Louthan, University of Colorado- Boulder; Jacob R. Goheen, University of Wyoming; Tobias O. Otieno, Mpala Research Centre; Robert M. Pringle, Princeton University; Todd M. Palmer, University of Florida; Daniel F. Doak, University of Colorado
Explaining the spatial synchrony of fluctuations in North Sea phytoplankton abundance using wavelets
Lawrence W. Sheppard, Imperial College Silwood Park; Emma Defriez, Imperial College Silwood Park; Philip C. Reid, Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS); Daniel C. Reuman, Imperial College Silwood Park
Evolution of dispersal rates in an experimental metapopulation of confused flour beetles (Tribolium confusum)
Perry Olliver, Arizona State University; K. Harrison Holmes, Arizona State University; Naomi M. Pier, Arizona State University; John D. Nagy, Arizona State University
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