PS 73 - Latebreaking: Aquatic Ecology

Friday, August 12, 2011: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall 3, Austin Convention Center
Upstream development spurs downstream amphibian decline in Southeast VA watersheds
Allison E. Cornell, College of William and Mary; Randolph M. Chambers, College of William and Mary
Analyzing effective protection for roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) habitat in Iranian Zagros forests at two scales
Audrey L. Mayer, Michigan Technological University; Azad Henareh Khalyani, Michigan Technological University
Zooplankton in Columbia-Snake River system reservoirs, with special emphasis on the invasive copepod Pseudodiaptomus forbesi
Joshua E. Emerson, Washington State University Vancouver; Steve M. Bollens, Washington State University Vancouver; Timothy D. Counihan, United States Geological Survey
Design and evaluation of a novel and inexpensive floating emergence trap for aquatic insects in shallow water
Kyle J. Rossner, Richard Stockton College; Matthew C. Sichel, Richard Stockton College; William J. Cromartie, Stockton University
Patchy riparian forests fail to buffer benthic macroinvertebrate communities from intensive land use in the Puget Lowland streams of Western Washington
Colin M. Wahl, Western Washington University; Allison Neils, Western Washington University; David U. Hooper, Western Washington University
Citizen-based monitoring characterizes water quality and benthic macroinvertebrates throughout a western Sierra stream
Rachel M. Durben, Sierra Streams Institute; Joanne S. Hild, Sierra Streams Institute; Justin Wood, Sierra Streams Institute; Michael O'Connor, Sierra Streams Institute; John Van der Veen, Sierra Streams Institute; Matthew R. Freitas, Sierra Streams Institute; Jane M. Sellen, Sierra Streams Institute
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