Qaecologists at INTECOL, London 2013

As if the lab couldn’t get any quieter, next week 13 Qaecologists will be in London for the 11th INTECOL congress. Here are the details of their talks and posters. Check them out!!

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Monday

Freya Thomas, Cindy Hauser and Peter Vesk
Incorporating plant functional traits into a multi-species model of plant growth
Symposium: Plant functional ecology and vegetation modelling in a new data rich world
Capital Suite 12
12:30 Monday 19th August 2013

Heini Kujala, Ramona Maggini, Richard Fuller, Martin Taylor, Federico Pouzols, Atte Moilanen, Hugh Possingham and Brendan Wintle
Optimal habitat protection and restoration for climate change adaptation
Session: Conservation ecology
Capital Suite 2
16:45 Monday 19th August 2013

Tuesday

Michael McCarthy
Developing biodiversity indices using models
Session: Maths models and methods in ecology
Capital Suite 4
11:15 Tuesday 20th August 2013

Stefano Canessa, Michael McCarthy, Matt West, Sarah Converse and Michael Bode
Decision-making for ex-situ conservation of Australian frogs
Session: Speed science
Capital Suite 3
15:35 Tuesday 20th August 2013

Tamsin Lee and Brendan Wintle
Is it extinct? That is the question
Session: Maths models and methods in ecology
Capital Suite 4
16:15 Tuesday 20th August 2013

Wednesday

Michael Bode
Larval dispersal patterns and inter-community cooperation in Melanesian fishing communities
Session: Marine Ecology
Capital Suite 15
15:00 Wednesday 21st August 2013

Els Van Burm, Michael McCarthy and Geoff Heard
Retrospective study of monitoring design to inform management of an endangered frog (Litoria raniformis) in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Session: Conservation management and policy
Capital Suite 17
10:45 Wednesday 21st August 2013

Darren Southwell, Michael McCarthy and Geoffrey Heard
Learning about colonization under an adaptive management framework
Session: Conservation management and policy
Capital Suite 17
15:00 Wednesday 21st August 2013

Joslin Moore and Anna Wilson
Digging a little bit deeper: tracing the influence of gardening trends on the introduction, naturalisation and spread of exotic plant species
Session: Invasive species
Capital Suite 16
15:30 Wednesday 21st August 2013

Thursday

Will Morris
On the accuracy of ecological models with informative priors
Session: Maths models and methods in ecology
Capital Suite 12
10:15 Thursday 22th August 2013

Matt West, Graeme Gillespie and Michael McCarthy
An assessment of the demographic significance to sympatric species with differencing responses to disease
Session: Parasites pathogens and wildlife disease
Capital Suite 16
11:15 Thursday 22th August 2013

Geoffrey Heard, Michael Scroggie, Nick Clemann and David Ramsey
Wetland characteristics influence disease risk for a threatened amphibian.
Capital Suite 16
17:45 Thursday 22th August 2013

POSTERS

Michaela Plein, Michael Bode and Peter Vesk
Optimal translocation strategies for cothreatened species
Poster Session: Conservation ecology
18:15 Wednesday 21th August 2013

Tracey Regan
The role of connectivity when managing for species persistence under climate change
Poster Session: Conservation ecology
18:15 Wednesday 21st August 2013

Amy Whitehead, Heini Kujala and Brendan Wintle
Avoiding extinction by a thousand cuts: evaluating strategic approaches to offsetting impacts of urban expansion on biodiversity
Poster Session: Conservation ecology
18:15 Wednesday 21th August 2013

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