SICB Virtual Annual Meeting 2021
January 3 - February 28, 2021

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Session 1

Complementary to S1: Blinded by the Light: Effects of Light Pollution Across Diverse Natural Systems
Day: Sat Jan 2 Chairs: Valentina Alaasam

1  1-1 Westby, KM*; Medley, KACold nights, city lights: Artificial light at night reduces photoperiodically induced diapause in urban and rural populations of Aedes albopictus 
1  1-2 Hopkins, GR*; Elgar, MA; Gaston, KJ; Visser, ME; Jones, TMUrbanization masks natural cues of light, noise, and temperature that affect evening cricket chorus 
1  1-3 Suriyampola, PS*; Lopez, M; Suárez-Rodríguez, M; Ellsworth, BE; Conroy-Ben, O; Martins, EPBlinded by darkness and contaminants: Impacts of multiple, interacting pollutants on visual behavior during early development 
1  1-4 Owens, ACS*; Lewis, SMFestival of lights: The ecological benefits of monochromatic illumination vary by insect taxon 
1  1-5 Seymoure, BM*; Parrish, T; Egan, K; Irwin, D; Crooks, K; Angeloni, LMoth Survival Increases Under High Pressure Sodium Lights 
1  1-6 Moon, HE*; Porter, MLA seabird’s eye view of artificial light and the moon 
1  1-7 White, JMMeasuring light pollution and its impact across the National Park Service 
1  1-8 Utt, DJ*; Foltz, SLThe effects of artificial light on nesting and feeding behaviors in eastern bluebirds and tree swallows 
1  1-9 Korpach, AM*; Garroway, CJ; Mills, AM; von Zuben, V; Davy, CM; Fraser, KCFinding dark routes: A migrating nocturnal bird avoids artificial light during both travel and stopovers  
1  1-10 Cabrera-Cruz, SA*; Larkin, RP; Gimpel, ME; Gruber, JG; Buler, JJDo ground-based, downward-facing artificial lights affect the flight behavior of nocturnally migrating birds? 
1  1-11 Ujhegyi, N*; Bombay, B; Bókony, VTolerant toadlets: anthropogenic noise and light pollution increases feeding efficiency in juvenile common toads (Bufo bufo) 
1  1-12 Thawley, CJ*; Kolbe, JJSeeing lizards in a new light: How does artificial light at night impact anoles?