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

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Session S1

Towards a General Framework for Predicting Animal Movement Speeds in Nature
Day: Sunday, Jan. 4, 08:00-15:30
Room: Ballroom A

Chairs: Robbie Wilson

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, RSCan 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, LGAnimal 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 SBalancing 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/SOptimising 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 MOptimal 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 AOutrun 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  




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