PS 107
Latebreaking: Urban Ecology

Friday, August 14, 2015: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Baltimore Convention Center
 Perceptions of sustainability and natural resources of cross-cultural youth attending a biodiversity focused event at a US National Park
Rachel Lauwerijssen, Utrecht University; Gillian Bowser, Colorado State University; Ulrike Gretzel, University of Queensland; Marijke van Kuijk, Utrecht University
 Local and landscape predictors of ladybeetle natural enemy communities in urban agroecosystems
Monika Egerer, University of California, Santa Cruz; Stacy M. Philpott, University of California, Santa Cruz; Peter Bichier, University of California, Santa Cruz
 Using a birdfeeder network to assess bird diversity across a suburban university campus
Stephanie M Hale, SUNY New Paltz; Troy Ellick, SUNY New Paltz; Kara Belinsky, SUNY New Paltz
 Science storytelling: Soil lead, community, place, and the power of transdisciplinary collaboration
Emily C. Keener, Northern Kentucky University; Beth Knox, Northern Kentucky University; Kevin Schultz, Northern Kentucky University; Sydney Smith, Northern Kentucky University; Kirsten Schwarz, Northern Kentucky University
 Urban forestry and its role in urban ecosystem management: A new frontier for a developing profession?
Joe H. Sullivan, University of Maryland; Susan D. Day, Virginia Tech; P. Eric Wiseman, Virginia Tech; Gregory Dahle, West Virginia University; Keith O'Herrin, Virginia Tech; Andrew Benjamin, West Virginia University
 Using stomatal density as an indicator of urban habitat quality
Laura J. Hechtel, D'Youville College; Molly L. Minkiewicz, D'Youville College; Clara L. Davie, D'Youville College
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