P-IE Section Symposium: Insect Ecology in the World’s Most Populated Habitat: Connecting Scientists, Practitioners, and the Public

Tuesday, November 12, 2013: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
Ballroom F (Austin Convention Center)
Elsa Youngsteadt
Emily K. Meineke
Adam Dale

1:30 PM
Welcoming Remarks
1:35 PM
Urbanization has a huge impact on arthropod communities – What are the patterns, and is it really such a big deal?
Stanley H. Faeth, University of North Carolina, Greensboro ; Christofer Bang, Arizona State University ; Susanna Saari, University of Copenhagen
1:55 PM
Divergent responses of terrestrial arthropods to urbanization: A meta-analysis
Holly M. Martinson, University of Maryland ; Michael J. Raupp, University of Maryland
2:15 PM
Urban warming affects herbivore abundance and natural enemy efficacy on street trees
Emily K. Meineke, North Carolina State University ; Robert R. Dunn, North Carolina State University ; Steven D. Frank, North Carolina State University
2:55 PM
3:10 PM
Bees and flowers: A love affair worth knowing
Gordon W. Frankie, University of California-Berkeley ; Sarah Guerrero ; Jaime Pawelek, University of California-Berkeley ; Mary Schindler, University of California, Berkeley ; Rollin Coville, N/A ; Robbin W. Thorp, University of California-Davis
3:30 PM
The public health impacts of the emerald ash borer
Geoffrey Donovan, USDA Forest Service
4:10 PM
Strategies and tactics for managing emerald ash borer in the urban forest
Daniel A. Herms, The Ohio State University, OARDC
4:30 PM
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