Fraker

Presentations

Stress hormone-mediated antipredator morphology improves escape performance in wood frog tadpoles. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Louisville, Kentucky. (contributed oral presentation). 2019.

2019 Developing an integrated ecosystem assessment of Lake Erie fisheries. International Association of Great Lakes Research Annual Meeting. Brockport, New York. (contributed oral presentation). 2019.

Individual – to ecosystem-level responses to the abiotic and biotic environment in freshwater systems. Murray State University, Department of Biological Sciences. (invited oral presentation). 2019.

Individual – to ecosystem-level responses to the abiotic and biotic environment in freshwater systems. Kennesaw State University, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology. (invited oral presentation). 2019.

Individual – to ecosystem-level responses to the abiotic and biotic environment in freshwater systems. Emporia State University, Department of Biological Sciences. (invited oral presentation). 2019.

Individual – to ecosystem-level responses to the abiotic and biotic environment in freshwater systems. St. Bonaventure University, Biology Department. (invited oral presentation). 2019.

Linking stress physiology to the expression of the anti-predator phenotype. Lund University (Sweden), Department of Biology. (invited oral presentation). 2017.

Spatial variation of impacts of ecosystem change on habitat quality for a Lake Erie fish. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. St. Petersburg, Florida. (contributed oral presentation). 2016.

Spatial variation of impacts of ecosystem change on habitat quality for a Lake Erie fish. 40th Annual Larval Fish Conference. Solomons, Maryland. (contributed oral presentation). 2016.

The role of environmental heterogeneity in individual-level variation in performance. University of Mississippi, Department of Biology. (invited oral presentation). 2015.

Hydrodynamic backtracking improves stock discrimination capability in Lake Erie yellow perch. Lake Erie-Inland Waters Annual Research Review. Columbus, Ohio. (invited oral presentation). 2015.

Biophysical drivers of walleye recruitment variation in Lake Erie. International Association of Great Lakes Research Annual Meeting. Hamilton, Ontario. (invited oral presentation). 2014.

The role of biophysical processes in the early life history of Great Lakes fish. Western Michigan University, Department of Biology. (invited oral presentation). 2014.

Biophysical drivers of walleye recruitment variation in Lake Erie. Lake Erie-Inland Waters Annual Research Review. Columbus, Ohio. (invited oral presentation). 2014.

The use of hydrodynamic backtracking as a tool for studying population connectivity.Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, Minnesota. (contributed oral presentation). 2013.

A coupled biophysical model of walleye recruitment in western Lake Erie. International Association of Great Lakes Research Annual Meeting. West Lafayette, Indiana. (invited oral presentation). 2013.

A coupled biophysical model of walleye recruitment in western Lake Erie. Lake Erie-Inland Waters Annual Research Review. Columbus, Ohio. (invited oral presentation). 2013.

Predator-prey space games: a general model and empirical patterns. The Ohio State University, Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology. (invited oral presentation). 2012.

An individual-based model of predator-prey space games. Evolution 2011. Norman, Oklahoma. (contributed oral presentation). 2011.

Connecting predation risk assessment to prey behavior. The Ohio State University, School of Natural Resources and the Environment. (invited oral presentation). 2011.

Connecting predation risk assessment to prey behavior. The University of Tulsa, Department of Biological Science. (invited oral presentation). 2010.

Connecting predation risk assessment to prey behavior. Oklahoma State University, Department of Zoology. (invited oral presentation). 2010.

Predation risk assessment and the anti-predator behavioral dynamics of larval anurans. The University of Michigan, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. (invited oral presentation). 2007.

The effect of circadian rhythms on anti-predator behavior in green frog (Rana clamitans) tadpoles. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Memphis, Tennessee. (contributed oral presentation). 2006

Some effects of short term temporal variation in predation risk on the behavior of green frog (Rana clamitans) tadpoles. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal, Quebec. (contributed poster). 2005.

Some effects of short term temporal variation in predation risk on the behavior of green frog (Rana clamitans) tadpoles, Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference. Carbondale, Illinois. (contributed oral presentation). 2005.