SICB 2012 Meeting, Charleston, SC, January 3-7, 2012

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  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-1
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
07:50  Ballroom A S4-1.0 Lindsay, SIntroduction to the Symposium 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-1
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
08:00  Ballroom A S4-1.1 WINSTON, Judith E.Dispersal in Marine Organisms without a Pelagic Phase 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-1
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
08:30  Ballroom A S4-1.2 CHAN, K.Y.K.*; CLAY, T. W.; GRÜNBAUM, D. Physical constraints on larval swimming and their implications for dispersal  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-1
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
09:00  Ballroom A S4-1.3 THATJE, SvenDispersal capabilities, barophysiology and the evolution of Antarctic community structure  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-1
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
10:00  Ballroom A S4-1.4 YOUNG, C.M.*; HE, R.; EMLET, R.B.; LI, Y.; QIAN, H.; ARELLANO, S.M. ; VAN GAEST, A.L.; BENNETT, K.; SMART, T.I. ; WOLF, M.; RICE, M.E.Larval life and dispersal potential of deep-sea animals from the Intra-American Seas  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-1
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
10:30  Ballroom A S4-1.5 SCHULZE, A.*; MAIOROVA, A.; TIMM, L.E.; RICE, M.E.Sipunculan Larvae and “Cosmopolitan” Species 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-1
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
11:00  Ballroom A S4-1.6 BIRD, Christopher E*; TIMMERS, Molly A.; SMOUSE, Peter E.; TOONEN, Robert J.Haplotypes, genetic distance and the inference of dispersal patterns using analysis of molecular variance 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-2
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
13:00  Ballroom A S4-2.1 LEVIN, Lisa A.*; BECKER, Bonnie J.; CARSON, Hank S.; COOK, Geoff S.; DIBACCO, Claudio; FODRIE, F. Joel; LOPE-DUARTE, Paola C.What Controls Connectivity? A Place-based, Multi-species Approach 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-2
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
13:30  Ballroom A S4-2.2 TREML, EABridging ecological and evolutionary timescales with spatially-explicit network analysis of marine population connectivity 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-2
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
14:00  Ballroom A S4-2.3 SOTKA, E.E.Selection, dispersal and the geography of phenotype in the sea 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S4-2
Dispersal of Marine Organisms
14:30  Ballroom A S4-2.4 Discussion 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-1
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
08:00  Rooms 8/9 S5-1.0 Lillywhite, HBIntroduction to the Symposium 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-1
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
08:05  Rooms 8/9 S5-1.1 MURPHY, JohnMarine Invasions by Non-Sea Snakes, With Thoughts on Terrestrial-Aquatic-Marine Transitions  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-1
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
08:30  Rooms 8/9 S5-1.2 VORIS, Harold K.How a Dynamic Climate and Landscape in Southeast Asia During the Neogene Directed the Evolution and Diversification of Marine Snakes 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-1
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
09:00  Rooms 8/9 S5-1.3 LILLYWHITE, HB*; BRISCHOUX, F; SHEEHY III, CM; PFALLER, JBDehydration and Freshwater Drinking Requirements of Marine Snakes 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-1
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
09:30  Rooms 8/9 S5-1.4 BRISCHOUX, F*; TINGLEY, R; SHINE, R; LILLYWHITE, HBDistributional data helps to identify evolutionary challenges: Oceanic salinity as a major constraint during the transition to marine life in snakes 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-1
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
10:30  Rooms 8/9 S5-1.5 BABONIS, L.S.*; BRISCHOUX, F.Perspectives on salt gland evolution in marine snakes 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-1
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
11:00  Rooms 8/9 S5-1.6 HEATWOLE, Harold*; GRECH, Alana; MONAHAN, John; KING, Sue; MARSH, HeleneEctothermy in the marine environment: new perspectives from the ecology and geography of sea snakes 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-1
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
11:30  Rooms 8/9 S5-1.7 TU, Ming-Chung*; LIU, Yu-LingNew perspectives on the extent of terrestriality in three species of sea kraits and their habitat selection 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-2
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
13:00  Rooms 8/9 S5-2.1 BONNET, XLong term field study of sea kraits in New Caledonia: fundamental and conservation issues  
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-2
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
13:30  Rooms 8/9 S5-2.2 PFALLER, Joseph B.*; FRICK, Michael G.; BRISCHOUX, Francois E. O.; SHEEHY III, Coleman M.; LILLYWHITE, Harvey B.Ecology of Epibiosis: What Can We Learn From Marine Reptiles 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-2
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
14:00  Rooms 8/9 S5-2.3 SANDERS, K L*; RASMUSSEN, A R; DE SILVA, A; MUMPUNI, n/a; UKUWELA, D BEcological innovation and speciation in viviparous sea snakes (Hydrophiinae) 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S5-2
New Frontiers from Marine Snakes to Marine Ecosystems
14:30  Rooms 8/9 S5-2.4 SHEEHY III, C.M.*; LILLYWHITE, H.B.; PFALLER, J.B.Low genetic diversity across the Pacific Ocean in the pelagic sea snake, Pelamis platurus 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-1
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
07:50  Rooms 10/11 S6-1.0 Tomanek, LIntroduction 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-1
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
08:00  Rooms 10/11 S6-1.1 DOWD, W.W.Experimental contexts and statistical choices: Challenges for interpreting the proteomics of environmental stress 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-1
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
08:30  Rooms 10/11 S6-1.2 REES, B.B.The potential of piscine proteomics: examples from studies with Fundulus 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-1
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
09:00  Rooms 10/11 S6-1.3 ADAMS, N.L.*; CAMPANALE, J.P.; FOLTZ, K.R.Damage or defenses: An examination of how the sea urchin proteome changes in response to ultraviolet radiation 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-1
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
09:30  Rooms 10/11 S6-1.4 CRISTOBAL, S; AMELINA, H; APRAIZ, I*; BAYAT, N; DANIELSSON, GEnvironmental proteomics in pollution assessment 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-1
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
10:30  Rooms 10/11 S6-1.5 FIELDS, Peter A.*; COX, Kelly; KARCH, Kelly R.Latitudinal variation in protein expression in the salt marsh mussel Geukensia demissa 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-1
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
11:00  Rooms 10/11 S6-1.6 TOMANEK, LarsEnvironmental Stress Proteomics of the Mussel Mytilus 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-1
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
11:30  Rooms 10/11 S6-1.7 DILLY, GF*; YOUNG, CR; LANE, WS; PANGALINAN, J; GIRGUIS, PRExploring the limit of metazoan thermal tolerance via comparative proteomics: Thermally induced expression shifts in hydrothermal vent polychaetes P. sulfincola and P. palmiformis 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-2
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
13:30  Rooms 10/11 S6-2.1 MARTYNIUK, CJ*; CHOWN , B; DOPERALSKI, NJ; FESWICK , A; KROLL, KJ; SPADE, DS; BARBER, DS; DENSLOW, NDPROTEOMICS AS A TOOL TO STUDY NEUROTOXICITY IN FISH 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-2
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
14:00  Rooms 10/11 S6-2.2 SILVESTRE, FredericMechanisms of acclimation to pollutants and elevated temperature in aquatic organisms. Changes of the cellular phenotype revealed by proteomics. 
  Thursday, Jan. 5  S6-2
Comparative Proteomics of Environmental and Pollution Stress
14:30  Rooms 10/11 S6-2.3 DENSLOW, ND*; MARTYNIUK, C; ALVAREZ, S; VILLENEUVE, DL; ANKLEY, GTProteomic expression patterns in fathead minnows exposed to trenbolone and flutamide  


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