PS 40 Spatial Analysis and GIS

Tuesday, August 4, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
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Spatial variation in nectar production across the Southwest USA and its relationship to hummingbird distribution
Richard E. Feldman, McGill University; Brian J. McGill, University of Arizona
177
Floristic variation of canopy tree species at a local scale on tierra firme forests in Colombian Amazonia
Juan S. Barreto, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Alvaro Duque, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Dairon Cárdenas, Instituto Amazónico de Investigaciones Científicas SINCHI; Flavio Moreno, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
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Patterns of distribution of individual tree species at a local scale in a terra firme forest in Colombian Amazonia
Miguel A. Peña, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Alvaro Duque, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Dairon Cárdenas, Instituto Amazónico de Investigaciones Científicas SINCHI; Richard Condit, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
179
Spatial identification of regional areas of conservation priority:  Implications for state conservation efforts
Rachel K. Guy, New Mexico State University; Kenneth G. Boykin, New Mexico State University; Kendal E. Young, New Mexico State University; William R. Gould, New Mexico State University
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Evaluating climate effects on the spatio-temporal patterns of Africanized honey bees in urban environments using GIS approaches
Szu-Hung V. Chen, Texas A & M University; Maria D. Tchakerian, Texas A&M University; Robert N. Coulson, Texas A&M University
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Modeling noise propagation from off-road vehicle activity in California National Forests
Sarah E. Reed, University of California, Berkeley; Jacob P. Mann, The Wilderness Society; Jennifer L. Boggs, The Wilderness Society
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