2018 Gordon Research Conference on Predator-Prey Interactions

Sunday, January 28, 2018 (All day)-Friday, February 2, 2018 (All day)

Date: January 28 - February 2, 2018

Location: Four Points Sheraton, Ventura, California, USA

About: 2018 Theme:"Scaling Across Space and Time." The neurobiology of responses to risk in individual prey can, when aggregated across a population, profoundly affect surrounding ecosystems. Similarly, researchers are increasingly aware of how quickly selection and epigenetic forces can shift prey phenotypes and alter future interactions with predators. In both cases, the connections between small-scale (within an individual or at a single point in time) and large-scale (across ecosystems or generations) processes illustrate how exploring the 'linkage map' of predator-prey interactions across scales can identify new fields of research and synergize the collaborations necessary to address them. We have targeted the most exciting advances in predator-prey work across multiple fields, with each speaker agreeing to share their latest unpublished findings. In order to encourage active participation from everyone at the conference, all attendees are strongly encouraged to present a poster on their work.