SICB 2008 Meeting, San Antonio, TX, Jan. 2-6, 2008

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
08:00  201 S3-1.0 KUNZ, Thomas H.*; HRISTOV, Nickolay I.Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Aerosphere 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
08:20  201 S3-1.1 GAUTHREAUX, S.A.*; BELSER, C.G.Detection and Discrimination of Fauna in the Aerosphere Using Doppler Weather Surveillance Radar 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
08:45  201 S3-1.2 HORN, Jason, W.*; KUNZ, Thomas, H.Bats and Angel Rings: Quantifying Flight Behavior and Colony Dynamics using NEXRAD Doppler Radar Data 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
09:10  201 S3-1.3 LARKIN, Ronald P.Radar evidence for dispersed groups of migrating vertebrates at night 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
09:35  201 S3-1.4 KELLY, T. A.Exploring Bird, Bat and Insect Behavior Using a Vertical Profiler Radar 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
10:30  201 S3-1.5 HRISTOV, N.I.*; BETKE, M.; KUNZ, T.H.Applications of Thermal Infrared Imaging in Field Biology 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
10:55  201 S3-1.6 JONES, G*; HOLDERIED, M.W.Flight performance and echolocation behavior in aerial insectivorous bats  
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
11:20  201 S3-1.7 KALKO, Elisabeth K. V.Flying High - Spatial Use of the Aerosphere by Aerial Insectivorous Bats 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-1
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
11:45  201 S3-1.8 SWARTZ, SM*; WILLIS, DJ; BOWLIN, MS; BREUER, KSAeromechanics in the Aerosphere: Where Physics meets Flight Biology in Aeroecology 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-2
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
13:00  201 S3-2.1 SRYGLEY, R.B.**; DUDLEY, R.Optimal strategies for insects migrating in the flight boundary layer: mechanisms and consequences 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-2
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
13:25  201 S3-2.2 WESTBROOK, J. K.Noctuid Migration in the Nocturnal Boundary Layer 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-2
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
13:50  201 S3-2.3 WIKELSKI, MartinBeat by beat on the move: Wing beat and heart rate of New World thrushes during migration in the wild 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S3-2
Aeroecology: Probing and Modeling the Atmosphere-The Next Frontier
14:15  201 S3-2.4 MCCRACKEN, Gary/F*; WESTBROOK, John/K; LEE, Ya-Fu; GILLAM, Erin/H; JENSEN, Michael/L; BALSLEY, Ben/BHigh altitude feeding by Brazilian free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis: Molossidae, Chiroptera) on migratory populations of insects 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-1
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
08:00  204AB S4-1.1 LOVELY, Eric C.Teaching Evolution: Evolving Student Attitudes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-1
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
08:30  204AB S4-1.2 VERHEY, S. D.Update on the Effect of Engaging Prior Learning on Student Attitudes Toward Creationism and Evolution 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-1
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
09:00  204AB S4-1.3 KONDRICK, Linda CThomism and Science Education: History Informs a Modern Debate 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-1
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
09:30  204AB S4-1.4 DONOVAN, S.Tree Reasoning in Evolution Education 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-1
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
10:30  204AB S4-1.5 ALTERS, BrianTeaching Evolution in Higher Education 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-1
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
11:00  204AB S4-1.6 JUNGCK, John R*; WEISSTEIN, AntonSynergistic Evolutionary LEarning Consortium: evolution in acTION: A NESCent Working Group 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-1
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
11:30  204AB S4-1.7 NELSON, Craig E.Teaching Evolution Effectively: A Central Dilemma and Alternative Strategies. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-2
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
13:00  204AB S4-2.1 PADIAN, KHow to get coverage of major evolutionary adaptive changes into textbooks and curricula 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-2
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
13:30  204AB S4-2.2 FORREST, BarbaraStill Creationism After All These Years: Recognizing and Counteracting Intelligent Design 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S4-2
Evolution vs Creationism in the Classroom: Evolving Student Attitudes
14:00  204AB S4-2.3 SCOTT, Eugenie CCreation Science is Alive and Well 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-1
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
08:30  205 S5-1.1 ADKINS-REGAN, E*; VAN VEEN, SC; JOHNSON, PMaternal Yolk Steroid Effects on Offspring: Questions and Answers from Galliform Birds 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-1
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
09:00  205 S5-1.2 LOVE, Oliver/P*; WILLIAMS, Tony/DCorticosterone as a maternal effect: variability within- and between-species and speculations on links to fitness 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-1
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
09:30  205 S5-1.3 SCHWABL, Hubert*; MARTIN, Thomas E.Hormone-mediated maternal effects in birds evolution of mechanisms 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-1
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
10:30  205 S5-1.4 BOWDEN, RM*; PAITZ, RTPatterns of yolk steroid decline during incubation and potential effects on offspring in species with temperature-dependent sex determination 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-1
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
11:00  205 S5-1.5 RIPLEY, Jennifer L.; FORAN, Christy M.*Consider the Timing, Consider the Source Lessons from the Comparative Responses of Teleosts. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-1
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
11:30  205 S5-1.6 LOVERN, M.B.*; ADAMS, A.L.Yolk steroids in the green anole, a lizard with genotypic sex determination: exploring the environment-mother-offspring link 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-2
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
13:30  205 S5-2.1 WIDDER, P.D.*; BELDEN, L.K.Maternally-derived steroids in amphibian eggs 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-2
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
14:00  205 S5-2.2 MOORE, Michael*; JOHNSTON, GwynneToward a Dynamic Model of Yolk Steroid Deposition and Utilization 
  Friday, Jan. 4  S5-2
Consequences of Maternally-Derived Yolk Hormones for Offspring: Current Status, Challenges and Opportunities
14:30  205 S5-2.3 GROOTHUIS, T G G *; SCHWABL, HHormone-mediated Maternal Effects in Birds: Mechanisms  
  Friday, Jan. 4  LBS3
Testing Macroevolutionary Hypotheses of Diversification: Approaches and Perspectives
08:00  202B LBS3.1 ALFARO, ME*; BROCK, CDB; BANBURY, B; DORNBURG, A; SANTINI, FTesting macroevolutionary hypotheses in fishes: examples from the Acanthomorpha 
  Friday, Jan. 4  LBS3
Testing Macroevolutionary Hypotheses of Diversification: Approaches and Perspectives
08:30  202B LBS3.2 HARMON, LJConstraints and the scaling of evolutionary rates 
  Friday, Jan. 4  LBS3
Testing Macroevolutionary Hypotheses of Diversification: Approaches and Perspectives
09:00  202B LBS3.3 MCKENNA, Duane D.Diversification at the Plant/Insect Interface: The Evolutionary Radiation of Beetles (Order Coleoptera) 
  Friday, Jan. 4  LBS3
Testing Macroevolutionary Hypotheses of Diversification: Approaches and Perspectives
09:30  202B LBS3.4 BROCK, Chad D*; ALFARO, Mike E; HARMON, Luke JCommon biases in empirical tests of diversification using phylogenetic trees 
  Friday, Jan. 4  LBS3
Testing Macroevolutionary Hypotheses of Diversification: Approaches and Perspectives
10:30  202B LBS3.5 O'MEARA, B.C.Using rates of character evolution 
  Friday, Jan. 4  LBS3
Testing Macroevolutionary Hypotheses of Diversification: Approaches and Perspectives
11:00  202B LBS3.6 SIDLAUSKAS, B. L.The results of replicate radiation: reconstructing parallel ecomorphological diversification in African and South American characiform fishes 
  Friday, Jan. 4  LBS3
Testing Macroevolutionary Hypotheses of Diversification: Approaches and Perspectives
11:30  202B LBS3.7 WAGNER, P.J.Paleontological assessments of diversity dynamics 


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