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Reckless Ideas in Ecological Networks

University of Michigan - Santa Fe Institute Annual Symposium
Thursday, May 9, 2019
8:30 AM-4:00 PM
10th Floor Weiser Hall Map
This event is free and open to the public.
Registration will be required for lunch.



8:30A Light breakfast at Weiser Hall

9:00 Intro: Fernanda Valdovinos

9:05 Phillip Staniczenko, City University of New York - Brooklyn College "What is a reckless idea?"

9:30 Mark Novak, Oregon State University "Removing Species Interactions from Ecological Networks to Understand Community Dynamics"

10:00 Luis Zaman, University of Michigan "A Dynamics First Approach to the Evolution of Ecological Networks"

10:30 Lauren Ponisio, University of California - Riverside "How does network position relate to species' fitness?"

11:00 BREAK (30)

11:30 Paul CaraDonna, Chicago Botanic Garden | Northwestern University "Interaction rewiring & network flexibility"

12:00 David Hembry, Cornell University "How do networks evolve across space and time?"

12:30 LUNCH (60)

1:30 Benjamin Baiser, University of Florida "The Macroecology and Biogeography of Ecological Networks"

2:00 Allison Barner, University of California Berkeley "Why multilayer networks?"

2:30 Fernanda Valdovinos, University of Michigan "Addressing environmental problems with Ecological Networks"

3:00 BREAK (15)

3:20 Panel

4:00 End of Program
Building: Weiser Hall
Event Type: Conference / Symposium
Tags: Biology, Biosciences, Bsbsigns, Complex Ecological Networks, conference, Ecology, Ecology And Evolutionary Biology, Lsaresearch, Modeling, Natural Sciences, Networks, open to public, Santa Fe Institute, symposium
Source: Happening @ Michigan from The Center for the Study of Complex Systems, The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology