COS 60
Conservation Management I

Wednesday, August 13, 2014: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Regency Blrm B, Hyatt Regency Hotel
8:00 AM
 Common sympatric canine species as sentinels of disease in the Mexican wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) reintroduction landscape
Ana Lisette Arellano, University of Colorado; Graham Goodman, University of Colorado; Laura Wegener Parfrey, University of British Columbia; Valerie J. McKenzie, University of Colorado
8:40 AM
 A test of wintering waterfowl habituation to recreation in San Francisco Bay: Implications for waterfowl conservation
Lynne Trulio, San Jose State University; Heather R. White, ICF/Jones and Stokes
9:00 AM
 Conservation psychology: Bat killing in southern Costa Rica
Leighton Reid, Oregon State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Climate, trees, pests, and weeds: change, uncertainty, and biotic stressors in eastern U.S. national park forests
Nicholas Fisichelli, National Park Service; Scott Abella, Natural Resource Conservation, LLC; Matthew Peters, Northern Research Station, USDA Forest Service; Frank Krist Jr., USDA Forest Service
10:10 AM
 Using current salt marsh bird distributions to project vulnerability to sea level rise
Elizabeth A. Hunter, University of Georgia; Nathan Nibbelink, University of Georgia; Robert J. Cooper, University of Georgia; Clinton T. Moore, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
10:50 AM
 CRP to cropland conversion: Short-term impacts on soil quality in the Southern High Plains
Chenhui Li, Texas Tech University; Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Texas Tech University; Lisa Fultz, Texas Tech University; Mamatha Kakarla, Texas Tech University; V. Acosta-Martinez, USDA-ARS; John C. Zak, Texas Tech University
11:10 AM
 Multiple sources of uncertainty affect commonly used metrics of conservation risk under climate change
Amber N. Wright, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Robert J. Hijmans, University of California, Davis; Mark W. Schwartz, University of California, Davis; H. Bradley Shaffer, University of California - Los Angeles
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