Monday, December 10, 2007: 7:00 AM-6:00 PM

Grand Exhibit Hall, First Floor (Town & Country)

Cf. Quantitative Ecology

 D0220Acorn weevil, Curculio spp. (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), dynamics and distribution in relation to masting of oaks in fragmented forest patches of west-central Indiana
Bryan D. Price, Byju N. Govindan, Nathanael I. Lichti, Robert K. Swihart
 D0221Population dynamics and contagion of southern pine beetle infestations
Andrew Birt, Robert Coulson, Maria Tchakerian, Weimin Xi, Richard Feldman, Charles Lafon, David Cairns
 D0222SimBeetle: Agent-based model for simulating red flour beetle in two-dimensional flour landscapes
Paul Flinn, James Campbell
 D0223Species distribution modeling for Indiana longhorned beetles
Shulin Yang, Jeffrey D. Holland
 D0224Evaluation of multiple arthropod taxa as indicators of ground-dwelling invertebrate biological diversity within open meadows
Ann M. Fraser, Joseph T. Waller, William R. Morrison III, Alyssa C. Brayshaw, David A. Hyman, Michael R. Johnson
 D0225Grasshoppers and grazing: Intraspecific competition submodel
Dennis J. Fielding
 D0226Aphid dynamics in wheat fields in the south-central United States
Vasile Catana, Norman Elliott, Kris Giles, Gary Hein, Frank B. Peairs, G. Jerry Michels, Mustafa Mirik, David Porter, Mpho Phoofolo
 D0227Quantitative models to predict establishment of exotic invasive species: A case study with a new species of Copitarsia (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
Nadilia Gomez, Robert Venette
 D0228Short-term temporal analyses of an aquatic macroinvertebrate community including the use of maturity weighted measures
Ely Kosnicki, Robert W. Sites
 D0229Assessing assumptions about adelgid attributes: Landscape patterns of an invasive insect
R. Talbot Trotter, Kathleen Shields

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