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

Last minute changes

Talks changed:

CT2.8
Antonello Provenzale et al. - From climate change to ecosystem response: cross-scale interaction and the chain of uncertainties

replaced by P2.31⚡
Frank La Sorte et al. - The implications of mid-latitude climate extremes for migratory birds
Work will be additionally presented as poster P2.31

CT5.5
Thomas Matthews et al. - Habitat fragmentation and the species–area relationship

replaced by P5.31⚡
Carsten Meyer et al. - Global determinants of species distribution knowledge across taxa and spatial scales
Work will be additionally presented as poster P5.31

CT10.3
Céline Bellard et al. - Major drivers of invasion risks throughout the world

replaced by P10.2⚡:
Songlin Fei et al. - Macroscale invasion patterns and processes
Work will be additionally presented as poster P10.2 

Talks canceled:

CT10.4

Jennifer Firn et al. - Grasses and forbs respond similarly to eutrophication and vertebrate herbivory at sites home and away

Poster changes:

P1.22⚡
Alexandra Muellner-Riehl et al. - Origin, evolution, assembly and maintenance of biodiversity – local mechanisms and their effect on patterns of SE Asian plant diversity

replaced by
Caroline M. Pannell et al. - Wallace's Line and the biogeography of Aglaia (Meliaceae)

P2.35: Updated authors:
Temperature-size rule in insects: evidence from natural populations
Aigi Margus1, Tiit Teder2
1
Department of Biological and Environmental Science, University of Jyväskylä, 2Department of Zoology, University of Tartu

P2.48: Corrected first author:
Matthew J. Strübig

P5.41: Corrected authors:
Exploring policy options to curb future deforestation in the Argentine Chaco
María Piquer-Rodríguez1, Sebastián Torrella2, Gregorio Gavier-Pizarro3, José Volante4, Rubén Ginzburg2, Tobias Kuemmerle1
1Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany, 2University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 3INTA, Buenos Aires. Argentina, 4 INTA, Cerrillos. Argentina

P6.7⚡: Updated authors:
Norbert Kühl
1, Wiebke Schult1, Sophie Stolzenberger2, Christian Ohlwein2
1
Steinmann Institute of Geology, Mineralogy, Paleontology, University of Bonn, Germany, 2 Meteorological Institute, University of Bonn, Germany

P8.9 is now presented as PPS4.19
Bastian Göldel et al. - Geographic variation and environmental correlates of functional trait distributions in Neotropical palms (Arecaceae)

New poster:
P8.9: Prevalent known and cryptic extinctions during the Quaternary have conservation lessons for the 21st century
Jacquelyn L. Gill1, Dov Sax2
1
University of Maine, Orono, ME, USA, 2Brown University, Providence, RI, USA 

P13.1: Corrected authors:
Modelling the ecological niche of highly mobile species in a dynamic environment
Marc Fernandez1, Chris Yesson2, Alexandre Gannier3, Peter Miller4, James Bowcot4, Jose Manuel Neto Azevedo1
1
CIIMAR/CIMAR, Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research, University of Porto & CIRN, Department of Biology, University of the Azores, Portugal, 2Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London, 3Groupe de Recherché sur les Cétacés 4Remote Sensing Group, Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK

Poster canceled:

PPS4.18
Jeferson Vizentin-Bugoni et al. - Processes entangling plant-hummingbird networks across space: how widespread is the importance of forbidden links in detriment of abundances?

P2.7⚡
Viacheslav Kharuk - Climate induced “dark needle conifers” mortality in Siberia

P2.9⚡
Ingolf Kühn et al. - The relationship of climate and land cover with vegetation phenology: a scale-specific analysis using wavelets across central Europe

P2.20⚡
John-Arvid Grytnes et al. - Elevational shifts in plant communities is more pronounced at high elevations

P3.26⚡
Sabela Lois & David E. Cowley - Biotic interactions in river networks: An example with the freshwater pearl mussel and its host fish

P5.14
Kristen Denninger Snyder - Setting the stage for common hippo (Hippopotamu amphibius) conservation: rationale and priorities

P5.43⚡
Raimundo Real et al. - The geography of bushmeat hunting sustainability in central Africa: Integrating biodiversity protection and human nutrition

P5.52⚡
Randeep Singh - Biogeography and conservation of sloth bear (Melursus ursinus): Modelling ecological niches for detecting conservation gaps areas in India

P6.2
Edith Calixto-Perez et al. - Quantification of uncertainty of ecological niche models

P7.1⚡
Kwaku Aduse-Poku - Spectacular radiation of Mycalesina butterflies in the old world tropics

P7.8⚡
Jennafer Hamlin et al. - Distribution models and a dated phylogeny for the Louisiana irises

P7.27⚡
Lynika Strozier et al. - Cryptic diversification on widespread species in Madagascar

P8.19⚡ 
Francesco Spada & Vincenzo Zuccarello - Biome affinities of local floras: On the phytogeography of Quercus pubescens willd. in Italy

P10.5⚡
Xuan Liu et al. - Conservatism of realized climatic niches among herpetofaunal invaders

P10.8
Jennifer Firn et al. - Influences of land management and exotic weed invasion on grassland seedbank diversity

P11.3⚡
Evan Economo et al. - Global patterns of diversity and diversification in ants

P12.12⚡
Laura Pollock et al. - Phylogenetic diversity in conservation planning: large PD gains with slight expansion of protected areas

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