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Gordon Research Conference on Predator-Prey Interactions, Ventura California

January 5 - 10

Please plan to attend the first ever

Gordon Research Conference on Predator-Prey Interactions

5-10 January, 2014; Ventura, California

www.grc.org/programs.aspx?year 14&program=predator

The theme of this inaugural conference is

>From Genes to Ecosystems to Human Mental Health

Liana Zanette (Chair, Western U), Andy Sih (Vice-Chair, UC Davis)

We have an outstanding list of confirmed speakers and contributors
(below) and our meeting is filling-up fast so please register soon.

Gordon Conferences are recognized as the “world’s premier scientific
conferences”, where 150-200 leading investigators from across the
globe meet biennially for a full week of intense discussion of the
frontier research in their field.

The goal of the Predator-Prey Interactions Gordon Research Conference
is to explore the unique insights to be gained from an interdisciplinary
focus on phenomena specific to predator-prey interactions, and our list
of confirmed speakers and contributors accordingly includes evolutionary
biologists, ecologists, neuroscientists, physiologists, developmental
biologists and human psychologists.

The structure of the meeting aims to foster as much dialogue as possible
in order to facilitate as many new collaborations as possible, that are
sure to lead to new synergies and new avenues of research.

Please visit our updated website that includes details on registration,
organization and the confirmed speakers. Please spread the word about
this exciting new conference among your colleagues and please also
encourage post-docs and students to attend. Our primary objective
is to ensure that every attendee is an active participant.


Establishing an Interdisciplinary Approach to Predator-Prey Interactions
Larry Dill (Discussion leader)
Oswald Schmitz, David Diamond

The Neurobiology of Predator-Induced Fear
Joel Brown (Discussion leader)
Newton Canteras, Ajai Vyas, Jacqueline Blundell

Inducible Morphological Defences
Peter Eklöv (Discussion leader)
Rick Relyea, Ralph Tollrian

Predators as Stressors: Integrating Human and Animal Models
Jay Schulkin (Discussion leader)
Michael Clinchy, Michael Sheriff, Vivette Glover, Rachel Yehuda

Fear Effects on Population- and Ecosystem-Level Processes
Barbara Peckarsky (Discussion leader)
Scott Creel, Dror Hawlena

Learning, Unlearning and Communicating Fear
Ken Lukowiak (Discussion leader)
Maud Ferrari, Dan Blumstein, Robert Magrath, Peter Banks

Predators, Prey and Plants: Does Fear Make the World Green?
Evan Preisser (Discussion leader)
Geoffrey Trussell, Mark Boyce

Restoring the Balance Between Predators and Prey
James Estes (Discussion leader)
Craig Packer, Michael Heithaus, Bodil Elmhagen, David Macdonald

Evolutionary Ecology of Predator-Prey Interactions
Andrew Beckerman (Discussion leader)
Johanna Mappes, Andy Sih


Zvika Abramsky, Joy Anogwih, Leon Blaustein, Justin Brashares,
Grant Brown, Joseph Bump, Lauren Chaby, Simon Chamaille, Anna Chalfoun,
David Christianson, Adam Crane, Will Cresswell, Joseph Fontaine, John
Fryxell, James Gilliam, Daniel Gruner, Lars-Anders Hansson, James
Harwood, Andrew Higginson, Mark Hixon, Francis Juanes, Bart Kempenaers,
Burt Kotler, John Laundré, Barney Luttbeg, Ross Macleod, Lindsey
Messinger, Jennie Miller, Andrea Morehouse, Chiara Morosinotto, Rahmat
Naddafi, Maria Ocasio-Torres, John Orrock, Marinde Out, Scott Peacor,
Nicholas Pilfold, Catharine Pritchard, Bernard Roitberg, Timothy Roth,
Lauren Sallan, Stuart Sandin, Ken Schmidt, Vahan Serobyan, Robert
Serrouya, David Skelly, Justine Smith, Theodore Stankowich, Adrian
Stier, Maria Thaker, Jennifer Thaler, Robert Thomson, Strahan Tucker,
Abi Vanak, Wolfgang Weisser, Christopher Wilmers

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