Pollinators

Monday, August 7

1:30 PM

 

2:30 PM
Components of climate change alter floral scent and pollinator attraction
Justin B. Runyon
Organized Oral Sessions, room D136

 

2:50 PM

 

3:20 PM

 

Tuesday, August 8

8:20 AM
Urban pollinators and ecosystem service flow to adjacent agricultural systems
Gail Langellotto
Organized Oral Sessions, room Portland Blrm 257

 

8:20 AM

 

8:20 AM

 

9:00 AM

 

9:50 AM

 

9:50 AM

 

10:10 AM

 

10:10 AM

 

10:30 AM

 

1:50 PM
Why are some plant-pollinator networks more nested than others?
Chuliang Song
Contributed Talks, room D131

 

1:50 PM

 

2:50 PM

 

3:20 PM

 

4:20 PM

 

4:30 PM
The importance of supporting ecosystem services through pollinators in a National Park
Ben Havlicek
Organized Poster Sessions, room Exhibit Hall

 

Wednesday, August 9

8:20 AM

 

8:20 AM

 

8:40 AM

 

9:20 AM

 

9:50 AM
Sugar landscapes and pollinator-mediated interactions
Henning Nottebrock
Contributed Talks, room C125-126

 

9:50 AM

 

2:30 PM

 

2:50 PM
Microbial impacts on plant fitness through their effects on floral scent and pollinator attraction
Gerard Farré-Armengol
Organized Oral Sessions, room Portland Blrm 258

 

2:50 PM
Microbial impacts on plant fitness through their effects on floral scent and pollinator attraction
Gerard Farré-Armengol
Organized Oral Sessions, room Portland Blrm 258

 

4:20 PM

 

4:30 PM
Managing alternative pollinators through understory management in Wisconsin apple orchards
Hannah R. Gaines-Day
Contributed Posters, room Exhibit Hall

 

4:40 PM
Pollinator habitat plantings enhance nesting opportunities for wild bees
Neal M. Williams
Contributed Talks, room C125-126

 

Thursday, August 10

8:40 AM

 

9:00 AM
Canopy cover effect on high elevation pollinator communities
Lindsie M. McCabe
Contributed Talks, room C120-121

 

9:00 AM

 

9:20 AM

 

9:50 AM
Do pollinator restoration benefits extend to rare bee species?
Daniel P. Cariveau
Organized Oral Sessions, room D136

 

10:50 AM

 

11:10 AM

 

11:10 AM

 

3:40 PM
Farm management and landscape context interact to support crop pollinators
Charles C. Nicholson
Contributed Talks, room C125-126

 

3:40 PM
Farm management and landscape context interact to support crop pollinators
Charles C. Nicholson
Contributed Talks, room C125-126

 

4:00 PM

 

4:20 PM

 

4:30 PM
Phenophase and floral abundance affect generalization in plant-pollinator network
Hector Eduardo Castillo-Rosado
Contributed Posters, room Exhibit Hall

 

4:30 PM

 

4:30 PM

 

4:30 PM
Springtime wild bee pollinators of berries in Nova Scotia heathlands
Emily Walker
Contributed Posters, room Exhibit Hall

 

4:30 PM

 

4:30 PM

 

4:30 PM

 

4:30 PM

 

4:30 PM

 

4:30 PM
Applying pollen DNA metabarcoding to the study of plant-pollinator interactions
Connor N. Morozumi
Contributed Posters, room Exhibit Hall

 

4:30 PM

 

Friday, August 11

8:00 AM

 

8:30 AM
Modeling pollination service delivered by effective pollinators in Texas cotton
Sarah Cusser
Latebreaking Posters, room Exhibit Hall

 

8:30 AM
GoPollinators: Detecting pollination interactions with GoPro and Field cams
Anne Le Mat
Latebreaking Posters, room Exhibit Hall

 

8:30 AM

 

8:30 AM
Impact of invasive dog-strangling vine on urban plant-pollinator networks
Adriano Nicola Roberto
Latebreaking Posters, room Exhibit Hall

 

9:50 AM

 

10:10 AM
Seeing through the static: Within-season temporal dynamics of plant-pollinator interaction networks
Paul J. CaraDonna
Organized Oral Sessions, room Portland Blrm 252

 

10:10 AM
Seeing through the static: Within-season temporal dynamics of plant-pollinator interaction networks
Paul J. CaraDonna
Organized Oral Sessions, room Portland Blrm 252

 

10:10 AM

 

10:30 AM

 

  • August 1: Registration available onsite only.
  • Sold Out Field Trips: 1, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12 and 13
  • Sold Out Workshops: 5, 8, 21 and 22
  • Cancelled Workshops: 1, 11 and 18
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