PS 50
Conservation Management

Wednesday, August 12, 2015: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Relationship of bat occupancy and activity to post-fire structural conditions on the Cumberland Plateau
Leanne K. Burns, Clemson University; Susan C. Loeb, USDA Forest Service; Patrick G. Jodice, United States Geological Survey; William C. Bridges Jr., Clemson University
 In situ propagation of tropical bryophytes: A conservation alternative for illegal extraction of non-timber forest products in the northern Andes
Esther Velasquez, ARVI Park Nature Preserve; Ana M. Benavides, Corporación para Investigaciones Biologicas; Juan C. Benavides, Pontificial Xaverian University
 Potential for ghost crab predation on sea turtle nests on driving and non-driving beaches in St. Johns County, Florida
Alec Cronin, University of Florida; Adreenah Wynn, University of Florida; Brian J. Smith, University of Florida; Nichole Bishop, University of Florida; Ray Carthy, University of Florida
 Tracking flood pulses and their impacts on water quality using a low-cost, open-source monitoring network in East Africa
Christopher L. Dutton, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Amanda L. Subalusky, Yale University; Michael E. McClain, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education; Emma J. Rosi-Marshall, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; David M. Post, Yale University
 Analyzing the presence of navajo bluehead sucker (Castomus discobolus) and brown trout (Salmo trutta) in small streams on the Navajo Reservation
Alexandra Nicole Wilcox, Univeristy Of Arizona; William Mannan, Univeristy Of Arizona; Scott Bonar, Univeristy Of Arizona
 Estimating abundance for three endangered Florida Keys butterflies
Erica H. Henry, North Carolina State University; Chad T. Anderson, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Nick Haddad, North Carolina State University
 Effects of thinning buffers and fluvial geomorphology on down wood dynamics in headwater streams in western Oregon, USA
Deanna H. Olson, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; Julia I. Burton, Oregon State University
 Cooper’s hawk nest success relative to habitat disturbance
Sandy J Marin, University of Arizona; Robert W. Mannan, University of Arizona
 Effect of noise and temporary road closures on avifauna vocalizations
Katherine Elisa Gentry, George Mason University; David A. Luther, George Mason University; Megan F. McKenna, National Park Service
 Investigating post-fire survivorship and methods for increasing native grass coverage in a dry tropical forest ecosystem
Tristan A.P. Allerton, Clemson University; Skip Van Bloem, Clemson University; Xavier A. Jaime, North Carolina State University; Ricardo Albarracin, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
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