PS 38 - Ecosystem Management

Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Long-term trends in plantation forestry: A remote sensing approach
Devin E. McMahon, Stanford University; Robert B. Jackson, Stanford University
 Adaptive grazing management for multiple ecosystem services
D.J. Eastburn, University of California, Davis; Kenneth W. Tate, University of California-Davis; Leslie M. Roche, University of California Davis
 Proposing integrated ecological and nutritional indicators for agroecosystem resilience
Anne Elise Stratton, University of Michigan; Laura Kuhl, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy; Jennifer Blesh, University of Michigan
 Diversity of root-associated ectomycorrhizal fungi of Pinus wallichiana in Kashmir Himalaya
Sumira Tyub, University of Kashmir; Azra N Kamili, University of Kashmir; Zafar Reshi, University of Kashmir
 Cattle grazing effects on native annual forb persistence in California coastal prairies over 15 years
Josephine C. Lesage, University of California, Santa Cruz; Karen D. Holl, University of California, Santa Cruz
 Testing the efficacy of camera traps for estimating medium and large-sized mammal species richness: How to select appropriate sampling duration and number of cameras
Breann Ross, Hofstra University; Russell L. Burke, Hofstra University; Eva Kneip, CUNY, SUNY; Lorenza Beati, Georgia Southern University; Howard S. Ginsberg, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center; Graham Hickling, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Nicholas H. Ogden, National Public Health Laboratories, Public Health Agency of Canada; Jean I. Tsao, Michigan State University
 Could labile carbon released following bleach-blonde syndrome contribute to Bromus tectorum die-offs?
Alexa Jensen, Brigham Young University; Phil S. Allen, Brigham Young University; Susan E. Meyer, U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, Shrub Sciences Laboratory; Neil C. Hansen, Brigham Young University; Cassady Harris, Brigham Young University
 Modeling a hydrologically optimal green roof media mixture
Michael A. Bollman, USEPA, National Health and Environmental Research Laboratory; Ryan Duchanois, US EPA, Greater Research Opportunities Undergraduate Fellowships Interns; Montana Etten-Bohm, US EPA, Greater Research Opportunities Undergraduate Fellowships Interns; Grace DeSantis, US EPA, Greater Research Opportunities Undergraduate Fellowships Interns; David M. Olszyk, USEPA, National Health and Environmental Research Laboratory; John G. Lambrinos, Oregon State University; Paul Mayer, USEPA, National Health and Environmental Research Laboratory
 Historical mapping of woodland reveals causes and temporal patterns of contraction in Öræfi, Iceland, from the 12th century AD to present
Friðþór S Sigurmundsson, University of Iceland; Egill Erlendsson, University of Iceland; Guðrún Gísladóttir, University of Iceland
 The status of snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentina) in Virginia: Commercial harvest, conservation, and demography
Benjamin Charles Colteaux, Virginia Commonwealth University; Derek M. Johnson, Virginia Commonwealth University
 Quantification of fecal indicator bacteria on the surface of sugar kelp Saccharina latissima in proximity to anthropogenic sources
Mary Grace Hollandbeck, University of New England; Adam St. Gelais, University of New England; Gretchen Grebe, University of Maine; Kristin Burkholder, University of New England; Carrie J. Byron, University of New England
 Managing grazing practices to maintain ecosystem services in riparian areas: A case study from the intermountain West
Desneiges Murray, Utah State University; Kristin Hulvey, University of California, Davis; Eric Thacker, Utah State University
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