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Tuesday, October 2 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Integrating population and community synchrony across LTER sites

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Fluctuations in the abundance of populations – either of a single species across spatially disjunct locations, or of multiple species within a single location – are often correlated through time. Despite conceptual similarities, these two types of synchrony— population and community synchrony, respectively— have been studied as separate processes. The LTER synchrony working group has been integrating methodologies from these two branches of research to better understand patterns and drivers of synchrony and its effects on stability. We focus on methods to assess the temporal and spatial scales of synchrony. The goal of this workshop is to share these methods, and to work with new collaborators to apply them to new questions and datasets.

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Lauren Hallett

University of Oregon


Laureano Gherardi

Postdoc, Arizona State University
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Max Castorani

Assistant Professor, University of Virginia

Tuesday October 2, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
03. Acacia Meeting Room