PS 36 - Conservation Management

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 From stands to snags: Multi-scale thermal characteristics of Pacific marten (Martes caurina) habitat and rest structures
Marie E. Martin, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education; Katie M. Moriarty, USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station
 Population genetics of the endangered wetland endemic, Xyris tennesseensis Kral (Xyridaceae)
Kala M. Downey, Austin Peay State University; Carol J. Baskauf, Austin Peay State University
 Monitoring imperiled plant populations: The importance of complementary data for conservation planning
Lloyd W. Morrison, Missouri State University; Craig C. Young, National Park Service, Heartland Inventory and Monitoring Network; Jennifer L. Haack-Gaynor, National Park Service, Heartland Inventory and Monitoring Network
 Assessing outcomes of best management practices for water quality in the Marsh Creek Basin of Southeast Idaho
Graham Meese, Idaho State University; Casey L. Taylor, Idaho State University; Benjamin Crosby, Idaho State University
 Assessing managment techniques for Lomatium cookii (Cook's desert parsley)
Matt A. Bahm, Institute for Applied Ecology; Denise E.L. Giles, Institute for Applied Ecology; Meaghan I. Petix, Institute for Applied Ecology; Bryan Wender, Bureau of Land Management; Thomas Kaye, Institute for Applied Ecology
 Effects of road development on decreasing population of the endangered florida panther
Anna Cole, Texas A&M University; Hsiao-Hsuan Wang, Texas A&M University; William E. Grant, Texas A&M University
 Does community-driven conservation improve human and wildlife health in Madagascar?
Jordan T. Broadhead, Auburn University; Sarah Zohdy, Auburn University
 Determining the impact of the exotic earthworm, Aporrectodea trapezoides, on nitrogen allocation between native and exotic grasses
Ayobami Adegbite, University of Idaho; Jodi Johnson-Maynard, University of Idaho; Kendall Kahl, University of Idaho; Timothy Prather, University of Idaho
 A riverscape platform for integrating and visualizing biological river surveys in a geographical information system
Trevor Eakes, US Geological Survey; Christian E. Torgersen, U.S. Geological Survey; Jeffrey Duda, US Geological Survey Biological Resource Division; Sam Brenkman, National Park Service
 Soundscape control charts: A novel tool for rapid detection of environmental disturbance
Benjamin Gottesman, Purdue University; Dante Francomano, Purdue University; Bryan Pijanowski, Purdue University
 A multi-indicator assessment of conservation success across a populated forest anthrome
Emma Cook, Furman University; John E. Quinn, Furman University; Natalie Ribble, Furman University
 Effects of woody debris and its management on wild bee communities along Colorado’s Front Range
Kelsey Bohanon, University of Colorado, Boulder; Adrian L. Carper, University of Colorado; M. Deane Bowers, University of Colorado
 Mistletoe as an indicator species for disappearing foundation species
Abraham Cadmus, Northern Arizona University; Lisa Markovchick, Northern Arizona University; Jason Myrand, Northern Arizona University; Thomas G. Whitham, Northern Arizona University
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