SICB 2015 Meeting, West Palm Beach, FL, January 3-7, 2015

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DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title 
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
08:00  Ballroom A S1.1 WILSON, RS Can we predict how fast animals will move in their environment?    
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
08:30  Ballroom A S1.2 HUSAK, J. F. Animal speeds in different ecological contexts: when the laboratory meets nature   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
09:00  Ballroom A S1.3 HALSEY, LG Animal locomotion: What factors shape the energy costs?   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
10:00  Ballroom A S1.4 CLEMENTE, C J *; WYNN, M L; AMIR ABDUL NASIR, A F; HUDSON, M G; WILSON, R S Balancing biomechanical constraints when selecting movement speeds in natural environments.    
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
10:30  Ballroom A S1.5 WALL-SCHEFFLER, C.M. Optimal movement speeds in human locomotion   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
11:00  Ballroom A S1.6 WHEATLEY, R*; BROWN, C; ANGILLETTA, M/J; NIEHAUS, A/C; WILSON, R/S Optimising performance by balancing trade-offs between speed and accuracy   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
11:30  Ballroom A S1.7 CESPEDES, Ann M.*; LAILVAUX, Simon P. Simulating the evolution of maximal and optimal speeds   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
13:30  Ballroom A S1.8 WILSON, Alan M Optimal locomotion speeds in wild African carnivores during hunting and ranging.   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
14:00  Ballroom A S1.9 MOORE, Talia Y*; VASUDEVAN, Ramanarayan; BIEWENER, Andrew A Outrun or Outmaneuver: Ecological context informs more broadly applicable biomechanical studies   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
14:30  Ballroom A S1.10 COMBES, S.A.*; SALCEDO, M.K.; GAGLIARDI, S.F.; CRALL, J.D.; IWASAKI, J.M.; RUNDLE, D.E. Optimal flight speeds during dragonfly predator-prey encounters   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S1
Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
15:00  Ballroom A S1.11  Discussion   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
08:00  Ballroom B S2.1 MADLIGER, C.L.*; LOVE, O.P. The power of physiology in changing landscapes: considerations for the continued integration of conservation and physiology   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
08:30  Ballroom B S2.2 COOKE, S.J.*; DONALDSON, M.R.; RABY, G.D.; PATTERSON, D.A.; FARRELL, A.P.; GALE, M.; ROBINSON, K.; NGUYEN, V.; JEFFRIES, K.; ELIASON, E.; MARTINS, E.; HINCH, S.G. Fishing for effective conservation: context and biotic variation key to understanding post-release survival of Pacific salmon   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
09:00  Ballroom B S2.3 HUNT, KE*; ROLLAND, RM; KRAUS, SD Studying the uncatchable animal: the methods, meaning and madness of conservation physiology research on large whales   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
10:30  Ballroom B S2.5 ROHR, Jason R. Using physiology to understand climate-driven changes in disease and biodiversity losses: lesson learned from amphibian declines   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
11:00  Ballroom B S2.6 SINCLAIR, BJ*; BARTON, MG; MCFARLANE, ML; TERBLANCHE, JS What would happen if we used physiological tolerances to design protected areas? Implications of politics and climate change for conservation planning   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
11:30  Ballroom B S2.7 HULTINE, Kevin / R*; BEAN, Dan / W; DUDLEY, Tom / L; GEHRING, Catherine / A Species introductions and their cascading impacts on native biotic interactions in desert riparian ecosystems   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
14:00  Ballroom B S2.9 CRESPI, Erica J*; RISSLER, Leslie J Geophysiology of the wood frog: Integrative assessment of population health at different spatial scales and life stages   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
14:30  Ballroom B S2.10 SUSKI, Cory/D*; COOKE, Steven/J Linking landscape-scale disturbances to stress and condition of resident fishes: implications for restoration and conservation   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S2
Physiology in changing landscapes: an integrative perspective for conservation biology
15:00  Ballroom B S2.11 WILLIS, Craig Using Physiology and Behavior to Tackle Wildlife Disease: Lessons from White Nose Syndrome in Hibernating Bats   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
08:00  2A S3.1 BROCHU, C. A.*; BURKEY, M. R.; JOUVE, S.; MILLER-CAMP, J. A.; NARVÁEZ, I.; PRITCHARD, A. C.; PUÉRTOLAS PASCUAL, E.; TURNER, A. H.; WILBERG, E. W. When Past is Not Prologue: Neosuchian Phylogeny and the Origin of Crocodylia   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
08:30  2A S3.2 BHULLAR, B.-A.S. The origin and developmental underpinnings of craniofacial divergence between crocodiles and birds, the two great archosaurian lineages   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
09:00  2A S3.3 PRITZ, Michael B. Crocodilian Forebrain: Evolution and Development   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
09:30  2A S3.4 GLENN, T.C.*; FAIRCLOTH, B.C.; MCCORMACK, J.E.; RAY, D.A.; BRAUN, E.L.; GREEN, R.E. Ultraconserved Elements Provide Orthologous Portals into Tetrapod Genomes Illuminating the Remarkably Slow Evolution of Crocodilian Genomes   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
10:30  2A S3.5 FARMER, CG the evolution of unidirectional, pulmonary airflow   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
11:00  2A S3.6 KEENAN, S.W.*; ELSEY, R.M.; ENGEL, A.S. The good, the bad, and the unknown: microbial symbioses of the American alligator   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
11:30  2A S3.7 OWERKOWICZ, Tomasz Phenotypic plasticity of the crocodilian skeleton   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
13:30  2A S3.8 VENEGAS-ANAYA, M. D. *; DENSMORE III, L. D.; ESCOBEDO-GALVAN, A. H.; BALAGUERA-REINA, S.A.; SANJUR, O. I.; LESSIOS, H. A. BASELINE DATA THE FOR AMERICAN CROCODILE (Crocodylus acutus) AS A CONSERVATION TOOL FOR MARINE-COASTAL HABITATS: ECOLOGICAL RATIONALE, ASSUMPTIONS, AND EFFICACY    
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
14:00  2A S3.9 TRACY, CR*; MCWHORTER, TJ; GIENGER, CM; STARCK, JM; MEDLEY, P; MANOLIS, SC; WEBB, GJW; CHRISTIAN, KA Alligators and crocodiles have high paracellular nutrient absorption, but differ in digestive morphology and physiology   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
14:30  2A S3.10 LANG, Jeffrey W. Behavioral Ecology of the Gharial, Gavialis gangeticus   
 Sunday, Jan. 4  S3
Integrated Biology of Crocodilia
15:00  2A S3.11 RAINWATER, TR*; WOODWARD, AR; WILKINSON, PM Evidence of determinate growth in American alligators (Alligator mississippiensis) based on long-term recaptures   


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