Qaecologists at ESA Minneapolis 2013

Conference season in the northern hemisphere continues and it’s still pretty quiet back home in the QAECO lab. In the coming week, three qaecologists are presenting at the 98th annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Here are the details for Skip, Darren and Jane’s talks. So if you’re at the meeting make sure you check them out!

Skipton Woolley, Timothy O’Hara, Brendan Wintle and Piers Dunstan
Deep star shift: turnover of bathyal brittle stars (Ophiuroidea) across Australia and New Zealand
Session: Biogeography and macroecology
Room 101I
14:50 Wednesday 7th August 2013

Darren Southwell, Michael McCarthy and Geoffrey Heard
Learning about colonization under an adaptive management framework
Session: Conservation Management I
Room L100B
9:00 Thursday 8th August 2013

Jane Catford, Will Morris, Peter Vesk and Barbara Downes
Changing disturbance regimes drives riparian plant invasion: evidence from trait-based species responses to flow regulation
Session: Invasion: invasibility, stability, and diversity
Room L100E
9:20 Friday 9th August 2013

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