SICB 2017 Meeting, New Orleans, LA, January 4-8, 2017

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 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
08:00  208/209  S1-1 FERRARI, Maud C.O. Behavioural and cognitive ecology of predation risk assessment in a changing world   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
08:30  208/209  S1-2 SWADDLE, John P Animal Communication and Species Interactions in a Changing World: Consequences of noise pollution   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
09:00  208/209  S1-3 DIXSON, Danielle L Understanding the direct effects of pH on the sensory systems of marine organisms   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
10:00  208/209  S1-4 GUNDERSON, A.R.*; KING, E.; BOYER, K.; TSUKIMURA, B.; STILLMAN, J.H. Species interactions and the cellular stress response in an intertidal crustacean system   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
10:30  208/209  S1-5 DELONG, John/P*; GIBERT, Jean/P; LUHRING, Tom/M; BACHMAN, Gwendolyn; REED, Benjamin; NEYER, Abigail; MONTOOTH, Kristi/M The combined effects of reactant kinetics and enzyme stability explain the temperature dependence of metabolic rates   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
11:00  208/209  S1-6 FEY, SB Species interactions in variable environments: How temporal patterns of temperature can influence competitive interactions   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
11:30  208/209  S1-7 DIAMOND, SE*; CHICK, L; DUNN, RR; ELLISON, AM; SANDERS, NJ; GOTELLI, NJ Heat tolerance predicts the strength of species interaction effects under global climate change   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
13:30  208/209  S1-8 BARTON, Brandon T*; MURRELL, Ebony G Comparing the effects of climate warming on biological control in conventional and organic agriculture   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
14:00  208/209  S1-9 URBAN, Mark C. Searching for the biotic multipliers of climate change   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
14:30  208/209  S1-10 GILMAN, Sarah E. Indirect Effects of Temperature in Rocky Intertidal Communities: When Do They Matter?   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S1
Symposium: Indirect Effects of Global Change: from Physiological and Behavioral Mechanisms to Ecological Consequences
15:00  208/209  S1-11 LANY, N.L.*; ZARNETSKE, P.L.; GOUHIER, T.C. Incorporating the effects of climate change on species interactions into species distribution models   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
08:00  206  S2-1 YAP, KN*; SEROTA, M.W.; WILLIAMS, T.D. The physiology of exercise in free-living animals: What can we learn from current model systems?   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
08:30  206  S2-2 CALSBEEK, Ryan Metamorphosis and the resolution of ontogenetic conflict   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
09:00  206  S2-3 TOBALSKE, BW*; JACKSON, BE; DIAL, KP Ontogeny of Pectoralis Function and Flight Capacity in Birds   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
09:30  206  S2-4 GUGLIELMO, Christopher/G. The challenge and promise of integrating wind tunnel and field studies of endurance of flight migratory birds   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
10:30  206  S2-5 MCCLELLAND, G.B.*; LYONS, S.A.; ROBERTSON, C.E. Exercise fuel use in mammals: Conserved patterns and evolved strategies for aerobic locomotion.    
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
11:00  206  S2-6 HAWKES, LA*; BATBAYAR, N; BUTLER, PJ; CHUA, B; FRAPPELL, PB; MILSOM, WK; NATSAGDORJ, T; NEWMAN, SH; SCOTT, GR; SPIVEY, RS; TAKEKAWA, JY; WIKELSKI, WITT, BISHOP, M, MJ, CM Do bar-headed geese train for high altitude flights?   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
11:30  206  S2-7 GARLAND, JR., T.*; ALBUQUERQUE, R.L. Locomotion, energetics, performance, and behavior: a mammalian perspective on lizards, and vice versa   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
13:30  206  S2-8 BINNING, Sandra A*; SHAW, Allison K; ROCHE, Dominique G Exercising when sick: The role of pathogens on animal activity   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
14:00  206  S2-9 BROWNSCOMBE, Jacob, W.*; COOKE, Steven, J.; ALGERA, Dirk; BURNETT, Nicholas, J.; ELIASON, Erika, J.; DANYLCHUK, Andy, J.; HINCH, Scott, G.; FARRELL, Anthony, P. The ecology of exercise in wild fish - integrating concepts of individual physiological capacity, behaviour and fitness through diverse case studies   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
14:30  206  S2-10 THOMPSON, M.A.*; KNIGHT-MALONEY, M. Physiological and Biomechanical Mechanisms of Distance Specific Human Running Performance.   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S2
Symposium: The Ecology of Exercise: Mechanisms Underlying Individual Variation in Movement Behavior, Activity or Performance
15:00  206  S2-11 HALSEY, LG ‘Fit for purpose’ and ‘in the best of shape’: exploring how physical fitness and body morphology might impact movement ecology   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
08:00  207  S3-1 EMMONS, S.W. Neural circuitry that mediates behavior governing the tradeoffs between survival and reproduction in Caenorhabditis elegans   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
09:00  207  S3-3 BROZEK, J How do maternal programming strategies differ in the Syrian hamster, a seasonal breeder?   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
09:30  207  S3-4 LUTTERSCHMIDT, D.I. Neuroendocrine control of the seasonal switch from reproduction to foraging in garter snakes   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
10:30  207  S3-5 DEVICHE, P.J.*; BITTNER, S.; GAO, S.; VALLE, S. Food Supply and the Timing of Reproduction   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
11:00  207  S3-6 BENTLEY, GE Neural versus gonadal GnIH: Are they independent systems?   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
11:30  207  S3-7 DEMAS, G.E.*; CARLTON, E.D. You Make Me Sick: Energetic Signals Regulating Seasonal Sickness Responses    
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
13:30  207  S3-8 WILLIS, C.K.R.*; CZENZE, Z.C.; DAVY, C.M.; FLETCHER, Q.E.; MAYBERRY, H.W.; MCGUIRE, L.P.; MUISE, K.; NORQUAY, K.J.O.; WEBBER, Q.M.R. Tradeoffs governing the physiological ecology of hibernation in endangered bats   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
14:00  207  S3-9 SCHNEIDER, Jill E.*; BENTON, Noah; RUSSO, Kim; BROZEK, Jeremy; KRIEGSFELD, Lance The Role of GnIH in the Tradeoff Between Reproductive and Ingestive Behavior   
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
14:30  207  S3-10 FERKIN, M.H. The Effects of Food Availabilty on the Maternal and Sociosexual Behaviors of Meadow Voles    
 Thursday, Jan. 5  S3
Symposium: Molecular and Neuroendocrine Approaches to Understanding Tradeoffs: Food, Sex, Aggression, Stress, and Longevity
15:00  207  S3-11 CRESPI, E. J.*; TRAVIS, J. A. The search for mechanisms underlying evolutionary trade-offs in response to different selection pressures in the least killifish   


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