COS 33 - Conservation Management

Tuesday, August 9, 2011: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
19B, Austin Convention Center
8:00 AM
Historic and contemporary landcover, urban areas and protected areas as a framework for regional conservation planning
James H. Thorne, University of California, Davis; Maria João Santos, Stanford University
8:20 AM
Modeled climate change impacts on vegetation of the Mojave-Sonoran Desert interface
Cameron W. Barrows, University of California; Michelle L. Murphy, University of California Riverside
8:40 AM
Can assessing microsite and regeneration niche preferences when introducing endangered species help mitigate extinction debt?
Kristie S. Wendelberger, Florida International University; Joyce Maschinski, Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
Hot spots and hot moments for diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) road mortality
Brian A. Crawford, University of Georgia; John C. Maerz, University of Georgia; Nathan P. Nibbelink, University of Georgia; Kurt Buhlmann, University of Georgia; Terry M. Norton, Georgia Sea Turtle Center; Shannon E. Albeke, University of Wyoming
10:10 AM
Effects of varying human population pressures on the critically endangered endemic Honduran Paleate Spiny-tailed Iguana, Ctenosaura melanosterna, in the Cayos Cochinos Archipelago, Honduras
Leslie E. Ruyle, University of Georgia; Brian D. Todd, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory; John C. Maerz, University of Georgia
10:50 AM
Short-term outcomes for juvenile amphibians after fire in a southern USA pine forest
Donald J. Brown, Texas State University-San Marcos; John T. Baccus, Texas State University; D. Bruce Means, Coastal Plains Institute; Michael R.J. Forstner, Texas State University-San Marcos
11:10 AM
Assessing predictions of population viability analysis:  Peregrine falcon populations in California
J. Timothy Wootton, University of Chicago; Douglas A. Bell, East Bay Regional Park District
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