Eco-Informatics Summer Institute 2018: Presentations and summary papers

PLANT-POLLINATOR NETWORKS IN A CHANGING FOREST LANDSCAPE

Niche Differentiation Between Three Bombus Species in the Montane Meadows of H.J. Andrews Experimental ForestRyan Cook (paper, presentation)

Interaction Classification Using Plant-Pollinator Traits with Machine Learning Techniques. Rachel Towner (paper, presentation)

Using climate data to predict peaks in summer activity of key pollinators. Gareth Jones (paper, presentation)

Comparing and Contrasting Bee Species Preferences for Flowers in Meadows of the Oregon Cascades. Blanca Peto (paper, presentation)

transport of surface and hyporheic flows: from river corridor to river network 

Characterizing fluvial geomorphology for modeling of solute transport in mountain headwater streams. William Stansfield (paper, presentation)

Longitudinal surface water concavity and valley topography as predictors of river corridor exchange in mountain headwater streams. Hunter Stanke (paper, presentation)

Cross-sectional area and roughness as predictors for solute transport behavior at the reach scale. Tadd Bindas (paper, presentation)