COS 118
Conservation Planning, Policy, And Theory I

Thursday, August 13, 2015: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
319, Baltimore Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Delayed spending can be an optimal strategy for biodiversity conservation
Gwen D. Iacona, University of Queensland; Michael Bode, University of Melbourne; Hugh P. Possingham, University of Queensland
1:50 PM
 Environmental and biodiversity representativeness of global protected area network
Mao-Ning Tuanmu, Yale University; Giuseppe Amatulli, Yale University; Walter Jetz, Yale University
2:10 PM
 Assessing the quality of scientific data used to justify listing of endangered mammals on the IUCN’s Red List
Madeline P. Nolan, University of Michigan; Nathan D. Jacobson, University of Michigan; Teegan A. McClung, University of Michigan; Bradley J. Cardinale, University of Michigan
2:30 PM
 Attitudes towards risk of armed conflict shape conservation successes
Edd Hammill, Utah State University; Ayesha Tulloch, Australian National University; Hugh P. Possingham, University of Queensland; Niels Strange, University of Copenhagen; Kerrie A. Wilson, University of Queensland
2:50 PM
 Influences of a filled valley and deep soil water saturation on tree growth in the Green River floodplain
Victoria A Peters, Western Kentucky University; Albert J. Meier, Western Kentucky University; Michael May, Western Kentucky University; Thomas Brackman, Northern Kentucky University
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 The next 50 years: Opportunities for diversifying the ecological representation of the National Wilderness Preservation System
Jocelyn L. Aycrigg, University of Idaho; James R. Tricker, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute; R. Travis Belote, The Wilderness Society; Matthew S. Dietz, The Wilderness Society; Lisa Duarte, Boise State University; Gregory H. Aplet, The Wilderness Society
3:40 PM
 Listing foreign species under the Endangered Species Act: Who, how, why, and to what end?
Catherine Foley, Stony Brook University; Maureen Lynch, Stony Brook University; Lesley Thorne, Stony Brook University; Heather Lynch, Stony Brook University
4:20 PM
 The High Carbon Stock Methodology: a novel approach to conserving forest ecosystems
Calen C. May-Tobin, Union of Concerned Scientists; Lael K. Goodman, Union of Concerned Scientists; Douglas H. Boucher, Union of Concerned Scientists
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