ESA Annual Meetings Online Program

Graduate Student Ten-Minute Paper Competition, P-IE-10

Monday, November 14, 2011: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Room A17, First Floor (Reno-Sparks Convention Center)
Moderator:
Abigail Walter


8:03 AM
After the introduction: predicting novel plant-herbivore interaction
Ian S. Pearse, University of California, Davis
8:15 AM
Comparison of techniques for modeling mean-proportion relationships with implications for presence-absence sampling
Jesus R. Lara, University of California, Riverside ; Mark S. Hoddle, University of California, Riverside
8:27 AM
Optimizing buffer strips for insect-derived ecosystem services
Kelly Ann Gill, Iowa State University ; Matthew E. O'Neal, Iowa State University ; Lisa A. Schulte, Iowa State University
8:39 AM
Withdrawn
8:51 AM
Can pests combined cause yield reduction and sugar quality losses?
José Antonio de Souza Rossato Junior, Universidade Estadual Paulista ; Odair A. Fernandes, Universidade Estadual Paulista ; Márcia Justino Rossini Mutton, Universidade Estadual Paulista ; Leonardo Lucas Madaleno, Universidade Estadual Paulista ; Leon G. Higley, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
9:03 AM
Do groups have a larger cognitive capacity than individuals?
Takao Sasaki, Arizona State University ; Stephen Pratt, Arizona State University
9:27 AM
Withdrawn
9:39 AM
10:03 AM
The effect of native prairie management strategies on bee distribution and abundance
Wayne J. Ohnesorg, University of Nebraska - Lincoln ; Marion D. Ellis, University of Nebraska - Lincoln ; Thomas E. Hunt, University of Nebraska ; Robert J. Wright, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
10:15 AM
Foraging site selection behavior by a sit-and-wait predator: the role of biotic and abiotic cues
Kelton D. Welch, University of Kentucky ; Kenneth F. Haynes, University of Kentucky ; James D. Harwood, University of Kentucky
10:27 AM
Sweet alyssum floral strips and the effects observed on bees and pests in Ohio pumpkin crops
BW. Phillips, The Ohio State University ; MM. Gardiner, The Ohio State University, OARDC
10:51 AM
Competitive impacts of an invasive nectar thief on a pollinator community
Cause Hanna, University of California, Berkeley ; Claire Kremen, University of California, Berkeley ; David Foote, US Geological Survey
11:03 AM
Change in water infiltration rates created by the ant mound building activities of five ant species in the Tahoe Basin
Joy L. Newton, University of Nevada, Reno ; Matthew L. Forister, University of Nevada, Reno ; Patricia N. Manley, Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry
11:15 AM
Manna from heaven: refuse from the arboreal ant, Azteca trigona, connects above- and below-ground processes in a lowland tropical rainforest
Natalie A Clay, University of Oklahoma ; Jane Lucas, University of St. Thomas ; Michael Kaspari, University of Oklahoma ; Adam Davidson Kay, University of St. Thomas