Outstanding Early Career Ecologists: Perspectives on Future Earth

Wednesday, August 16, 2017, 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM UTC

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Outstanding Early Career Ecologists: Perspectives on Future Earth


Hosted by the Ecological Society of America - Early Career Section


This session highlights research from some of the top contenders to this year’s Early Career Ecologist Outstanding Publication Award from the Ecological Society of America - Early Career Section.


DATE AND TIME:

August 16th, 1:30pm-3:30pm UTC


LINK https://futureearth.adobeconnect.com/ecpfe_esaecs/  


SPEAKERS:


How does environmental heterogeneity support multiple ecosystem functions in agricultural landscapes? A global perspective
Elinor M. Lichtenberg

The University of Texas at Austin; Washington State University

Developing Effective Strategies for Bat Cave Conservation in Tropical Asia

Krizler Cejuela Tanalgo

Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences


A paradigm shift in animal ecology: recognizing memory as a primary driver of animal movement, migration, and habitat selection

Jerod A. Merkle

University of Wyoming


Dispersal governs the reorganization of ecological networks under environmental change

Patrick L. Thompson

University of British Columbia


Which ecological traits predispose species to track climate change?

Jennifer Sunday

University of British Columbia; University of Washington

Advancing trait-based ecology: Causes and consequences of trait variation and integration across scales

Julie Messier

University of Sherbrooke; CNRS

 

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Roberto Salguero-Gomez

rob.salguero@zoo.ox.ac.uk