One Man's Influence on the Field of Insect Ecology: A Tribute to Robert F. Denno

Wednesday, November 19, 2008: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Room A4, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
Organizers:
Deborah Finke
Andrea F. Huberty
Ian Kaplan
1:30 PM
The effects of a nutrient pulse versus nutrient press on the structure of an arthropod food-web
Shannon Murphy, University of Denver; Gina M. Wimp, Georgetown University; Robert F. Denno, University of Maryland
1:50 PM
The search for signals in a noisy world: Understanding ecological complexity in simple systems
Micky Eubanks, Texas A&M University; Ian Kaplan, Purdue University; John D. Styrsky, Lynchburg College; Caralyn B Zehnder, Texas A&M University; Brittany L. DeLoach, Texas A&M University; Steven D. Frank, Texas A&M University
2:10 PM
The impact of flower diversity on pollen deposition and cucumber yield in urban gardens
Gail A. Langellotto, Oregon State University; Shannon U. Morath, Fordham University; Peter A. Werrell, Fordham University
2:50 PM
Break
3:00 PM
Population structure of variable plants, herbivores, and their natural enemies: 25 years later
Betty Benrey, University of Neuch√Ętel; George K. Roderick, University of California
4:00 PM
Stable isotopes reveal spatial and temporal patterns in the utilization of prey resources by the hunting spider, Pardosa littoralis
Gina M. Wimp, Georgetown University; Shannon Murphy, University of Denver; Claudio Gratton, University of Wisconsin; Robert F. Denno, University of Maryland
4:40 PM
Finding the best way to count butterflies: A case study with Euchloe ausonides insulanus (Lepidoptera: Pieridae)
Merrill A. Peterson, Western Washington University; Christopher Davis, San Juan Island National Historical Park; Ted Thomas, US Fish & Wildlife Service; Carol K. Yoon, No Institutional Affiliation
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