8th to 12th January, 2015 - Bayreuth, Germany

CT6 Modelling Species and Ecosystems

Chair: Francisco Rodriguez-Sanchez

Sunday, 13:00-14:30, H 24, RW I

 Sunday:
11.01.2015
13:00CT6.1: Thomas Hickler et al.: Modelling the coupled dynamics of large grazers, vegetation and fire across Africa
13:15CT6.2: Manuela D'Amen et al.: New insights on the implementation of the SESAM framework
13:30CT6.3: Ignacio Morales-Castilla et al.: Using phylogeny to improve single species distribution models
13:45CT6.4: Petr Keil et al.: Multi-scale models for biogeography
14:00CT6.5: Babak Naimi et al.: From geographical distributions to ecological niches and back
14:15CT6.6: Damaris Zurell et al.: Benchmarking range dynamic models with virtual community data
14:30Change of Rooms
14:45

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Poster

P6.1⚡ Miguel Araújo, Babak Naimi

sdm: an extendable R framework for species distribution modelling

P6.3⚡ Ben Carlson

The effects of scale, data type and sample size on occurrence-based characterization of species environmental niches

P6.4⚡ Valeria Di Cola, Antoine Guisan

Evaluation of SDM with a biological approach: How realistic or how ecologically meaningful is the model?

P6.5⚡ Antoine Guisan, Valeria Di Cola

ecospat: a miscellaneous R package for spatial analyses and modelling of species niches and distributions

P6.6⚡ Maria Hällfors, Jishan Liao, Jason Dzurisin, Ralph Grundel, Kevin Towle, Marko Hyvärinen, Grace Wu, Jessica Hellmann

Implications for conservation decisions of modeling populations versus species under climate change

P6.7⚡ Norbert Kühl, Wiebke Schult, Sophie Stolzenberger, Christian Ohlwein

On the universality of plant-climate relationships

P6.8⚡ Boris Leroy, Christine Meynard, Céline Bellard, Franck Courchamp

Testing species distribution modelling techniques and hypotheses with virtual species: the 'virtualspecies' R package

P6.9⚡ Xueyan Li, Babak Naimi, Miguel Araujo

Data uncertainty confuse richness patterns and ecological gradient drivers.

P6.10⚡ Kaitlin Clare Maguire, Diego Nieto-Lugilde, Jessica Blois, Matthew Fitzpatrick, John Williams

Community level models outperform traditional species distribution models in no-analog climatic and ecological regimes 

P6.11⚡ Brezo Martínez, Francisco Arenas, Christine Maggs, Olivier De Clerck, Galice Hoarau, Alexander Jueterbock

Combining knowledge on intraspecific variation of thermal niches to species distribution models in geographical projections under climate change

P6.12⚡ Aidin Niamir

The importance of absences in species distribution modelling

P6.13⚡ Diego Nieto-Lugilde, Kaitlin C. Maguire, Matthew C. Fitzpatrick, Jessica L. Blois, John W. Williams

Improving species distribution model transferability by incorporating co-occurrence patterns and the fossil record

P6.14⚡ Juliano Sarmento Cabral, Kerstin Wiegand, Holger Kreft

From population dynamics to biogeography: a mechanistic model unifying ecological, evolutionary and environmental processes

P6.15⚡ Darius Stiels, Jan O. Engler, Kathrin Schidelko, Dennis Rödder, Dieter Thomas Tietze

Are seasonal niches in migratory birds conservative or divergent? Niche evolution in Nearctic Oreothlypis warblers

P6.16⚡ Mao-Ning Tuanmu, Walter Jetz

A global remote sensing-based characterization of terrestrial habitat heterogeneity for biodiversity and ecosystem modeling

P6.17⚡ Matthew H. Van Dam, Andrew J. Rominger, Michael S. Brewer

Environmental niche trackers and niche adapters revealed through fine scale phenological niche modeling

P6.18 Bruno Vilela, Fabricio Villalobos

letsR: a new R package for data handling and analysis in macroecology

P6.19⚡ Jennifer Weaver, George K. Roderick

Comparing single-species, co-occurrence and joint species distribution model predictions for invasive pollinators and plants

P6.20⚡ David Zelený, Li-Wan Chang, Chang-Fu Hsieh

Variation in species composition explained by spatially autocorrelated environmental variables


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