COS 29
Environmental Impact And Risk Assessment

Tuesday, August 11, 2015: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
337, Baltimore Convention Center
8:00 AM
 Potential environmental impacts of shale energy development on proximate flora
Randi Lupardus, University of Northern Colorado; Scott B. Franklin, University of Northern Colorado; Vernon Koehler, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests; David Pringle, University of Northern Colorado
8:20 AM
 Assessing the population-level impacts of wind energy developmentĀ 
Jessica C. Stanton, U.S. Geological Survey; Wayne E. Thogmartin, U.S. Geological Survey
8:40 AM
 Bat interaction with a solitary wind turbine along the Delaware coast
Kimmi J. Swift, Delaware State University; Kevina Vulinec, Delaware State University
9:00 AM
 Adaptation of a process based model to capture wetland dynamics in the prairie pothole region
Kathrine D. Behrman, USDA Agricultural Research Service; Mari-Vaughn V. Johnson, USDA-NRCS; David Mushet, United States Geological Survey; Martin L. Norfleet, USDA-NRCS; Jimmy Williams, AgriLIFE Research
9:20 AM
 Avian response to forest disturbance associated with Marcellus shale gas development: A long-term case study of impacts on area-sensitive species
Laura S. Farwell, West Virginia University; Petra B. Wood, West Virginia University; James Sheehan, West Virginia University; Greg George, West Virginia University
9:40 AM
10:10 AM
 Longstanding signals of marine community structuring by winter storm wave base
Kristen J. Voorhies, University of Chicago; J. Timothy Wootton, University of Chicago; Sarah Henkel, Oregon State University
10:30 AM
 Future water resources in the context of climate and land use change
Katherine L. Martin, Center for Integrated Forest Science, USDA Forest Service; James M. Vose, Center for Integrated Forest Science; John W. Coulston, USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station; Taehee Hwang, Indiana University; David N. Wear, USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station; Lawrence E. Band, University of North Carolina
10:50 AM
 Modeling oil spill risk and environmental vulnerability in Alaska Arctic waters
Danielle Reich, RPS ASA; Richard Balouskus, RPS ASA; Deborah French McCay, RPS ASA; Dagmar Etkin, Environmental Research Consulting; Jacqueline Michel, Research Planning Inc.; Jason Lehto, NOAA Restoration Center
11:10 AM
 Exploring links between Bromus invasion, anthropogenic nitrogen enrichment, and wildfires using systematic review and meta-analysis
Emmi Felker-Quinn, US Environmental Protection Agency; Rachel Housego, Oak Ridge Institute for Science Education; April Maxwell, Oak Ridge Institute for Science Education; Meredith Gooding Lassiter, US Environmental Protection Agency
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