Qaecologists presenting at the International Statistical Ecology Conference, Montpellier 2014

So it is going to be another quiet winter in the QAECO lab. A whole bunch of us will be migrating north to Europe and other warmer climes. For many the first staging post will be the south of France [sigh], for the International Statistical Ecology Conference in Montpellier to be held next week (1-4 of July). Here is a list of the keen qaecologists presenting their work during the conference.

Tuesday 1 July

David Duncan
13:00
Simulating vegetation dynamics and an observation process to support monitoring and evaluation of public investment in biodiversity: A case study from Australia’s Biodiversity Fund.

Wednesday 2 July

Els Van Burm
12:45
The impact of data quantity on decision making using a Bayesian stochastic patch occupancy model.

William Morris
16:30
Decomposing correlated occurrence with a hierarchical Joint Species Distribution Model.

Peter Vesk
16:45
Historical data for ecological monitoring and management evaluation, some practical experiences.

Friday 4 July

Gerry Ryan
9:45
Estimating wildlife population trends from incomplete census data.

Joslin Moore
9:30
Accounting for imperfect detection when evaluating the effectiveness of invasive species control.

José Lahoz-Monfort
10:00
Exploring the consequences of reducing survey effort for detecting individual and temporal variability in survival.

Darren Southwell
10:15
Learning about colonization while managing metapopulations under an adaptive management framework.

Michaela Plein
10:30
A host’s breadth from extinction: Identifying co-extinction risk of pollinators in a threatened plant community.

Beth Crase
13:00
Incorporating spatial autocorrelation into species distribution models alters forecasts of climate mediated range shifts.

Brendan Wintle
15:30
Imperfect detection impacts on the performance of species distribution models.

Michael McCarthy
15:45
Criteria for selecting species distribution models for management decisions.

Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita
16:00
Accounting for species detectability is not a waste!

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