NCEAS Project 2032

Climate-ecological interactions: Individual, population and community connections

  • Warren P. Porter


ActivityDatesFurther Information
Sabbatical Fellow1st September 1998—31st August 1999Participant List  
Visitor3rd—7th July 2000Participant List  
Visitor26th—30th July 2000Participant List  
Visitor26th—31st July 2000Participant List  

Abstract
My overall goal is to complete a synthesis of bioenergetics/behavior models with ecological interactions models. I will focus on terrestrial animals and the microclimates available to them at global localities in the past, present or future. The results will appear as a substantial paper and a book (11 of 15 chapters done already) with user friendly computer programs for research and teaching.

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Journal Article Jaeger, J.; Carlson, I.; Porter, Warren P. 1999. Endocrine, immune, and behavioral effects of aldicarb (carbamate), atrazine (triazine) and nitrate (fertilizer) mixtures at groundwater concentrations. Toxicology and Industrial Health. Vol: 15 (1-2). Pages 133-150.
Journal Article Mitchell, W. A.; Porter, Warren P. 2001. Foraging games and species diversity. Annales Zoologici. Vol: 38(1). Pages 89-98.
Journal Article Mitchell, W. A.; Curtin, C. G.; Porter, Warren P. In press. The effect of microclimate on food patch use by desert rodents. Oikos.
Presentations Porter, Warren P. 1998. Biological effects of groundwater pesticide/fertilizer mixtures. Eco-Lunch. National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis. Santa Barbara, California.
Presentations Porter, Warren P. 1998. Human health implication of groundwater contaminant mixtures. Illinois Organic Farming Conference. Mattoon, IL.
Presentations Porter, Warren P. 1998. Medical implications of environmental contaminants. Madison, WI.
Journal Article Porter, Warren P.; Budaraju, S.; Stewart, W.; Ramankutty, Navin. 2000. Calculating climate effects on birds and mammals: Impacts on biodiversity, conservation, population parameters, and global community structure. American Zoologist. Vol: 40(4). Pages 597-630.