COS 94
Conservation Management III

Thursday, August 14, 2014: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Regency Blrm A, Hyatt Regency Hotel
8:00 AM
 Landscape context shapes bird responses to hedgerows in California’s Central Valley
Candan Soykan, National Audubon Society; Karen Velas, Audubon California; Justin Schuetz, National Audubon Society; Trisha Distler, National Audubon Society
8:20 AM
 Kiwis love falcons: A case-study of successful community conservation
Sara M. Kross, Marlborough Falcon Conservation Trust
8:40 AM
 Past and future changes in forests, insights through time and across space
Gregor Schuurman, National Park Service; Nicholas Fisichelli, National Park Service; Shelley Crausbay, Colorado State University
9:00 AM
 Why shouldn’t the dragonfly cross the road?: Factors that influence dragonfly vulnerability to vehicular collisions
Amber N. Furness, University of South Dakota; Daniel A. Soluk, University of South Dakota
9:20 AM Cancelled
 Ecological genetics of adaptive phenotypic traits for three white pine species from the Lake Tahoe Basin, USA:  Implications for tree responses and evolutionary change
Patricia E. Maloney, University of California - Davis; Detlev R. Vogler, USDA FS, Pacific Southwest Research Station; Andrew J. Eckert, Virginia Commonwealth University; Camille E. Jensen, University of California - Davis; Annette Delfino Mix, USDA FS, Pacific Southwest Research Station
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 What do pumas avoid when moving from the ocean’s edge to the Santa Cruz Mountains?
Morgan Gray, University of California, Berkeley; Chris C. Wilmers, University of California, Santa Cruz; Sarah E. Reed, Colorado State University; Adina M. Merenlender, University of California, Berkeley
10:10 AM
 The effect of waterfalls in streams on structuring salmonid fish populations and alternative life histories
Suzanne J. Kelson, University of California, Berkeley; Stephanie Carlson, University of California, Berkeley; William Ardren, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Michael Miller, University of California-Davis
10:30 AM
 Linked decisions and uncertainty in ex-situ conservation plannin
Stefano Canessa, The University of Melbourne; Sarah J. Converse, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center; Michael A. McCarthy, The University of Melbourne
10:50 AM
 Non-invasive methods for genetic monitoring of endangered giant kangaroo rat and San Joaquin kit fox
Dou-Shuan Yang, HT Harvey and Associates; Robert K. Burton, HT Harvey and Associates; Howard O. Clark, HT Harvey and Associates; Francis X. Villablanca, California-Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo; Brian B. Boroski, HT Harvey and Associates
11:10 AM
 Developing an integrated framework to model resilience of the coupled human/natural environment in tropical coastal systems
Rebecca Lewison, San Diego State University; Ellen Hines, San Francisco State University,
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