COS 56 - Conservation Management III

Tuesday, August 8, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
B110-111, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Environmental perturbations and trophic cascades affect wintering populations of a declining migratory waterbird
Clay M. Stroud, Louisiana State University; Kevin M. Ringelman, Louisiana State University; Michael A. Poirrier, University of New Orleans; Claire E. Caputo, University of New Orleans
1:50 PM
 Exploring the use of stable C and N isoptopes for determining bee habitat use at two scales
Karen Goodell, The Ohio State University; Jessie Lanterman, Ohio State University; Robert Burkhart, The Ohio State University
2:10 PM Cancelled
 Diagnosing habitat quality with reintroductions: A case study with fishers on a landscape managed for timber production
Aaron N. Facka, Oregon State University; Sean M. Matthews, Oregon State University; Roger A. Powell, North Carolina State University; Richard Callas, California Department of Fish and Wildlife; Deana Clifford, California Departement of Fish and Wildlife; J Scott Yaeger, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Tom Engstrom, Sierra Pacific Industries; Ed Murphy, Sierra Pacific Industries; Laura Finley, United States Fish and Wildlife Service; Kevin P. Smith, North Carolina State University; Pete Figura, California Departement of Fish and Wildlife
2:30 PM
 Is fine-scale fire disturbance better for animal populations? Evaluating population growth rate in response to management plans for an endangered butterfly metapopulation
Joseph L. Smokey, Washington State University Vancouver; Norah Warchola, Tufts University; Elizabeth E. Crone, Tufts University; Cheryl B. Schultz, Washington State University
2:50 PM
 Effects of habitat characteristics, physico-chemical parameters and lake morphometry on the spatial distribution of littoral invertebrates in emerged vegetation
Oliver Miler, Aquatic Ecologist; Magdalena Czarnecka, University of Torun; Xavier-Francois Garcia, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries; Anne Jäger, University of Bremen; Martin Pusch, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries
3:10 PM
3:40 PM
 The role of salinity tolerance and competition in the distribution of an endangered desert salt marsh endemic
Lesley A. DeFalco, Western Ecological Research Center; Sara J. Scoles-Sciulla, Western Ecological Research Center; Emily R. Beamguard, Western Ecological Research Center
4:00 PM
 Evaluating hedgerow restoration for wild bee conservation in an intensively managed agricultural landscape
Martina A. Clausen, University of British Columbia; Sarah E. Gergel, University of British Columbia; Drew Bondar, The Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust; Sean Smukler, The University of British Columbia
4:20 PM
 Effects of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on non-target native pollinator communities in Missouri agricultural fields and field margins
Elisabeth B. Webb, U.S. Geological Survey, Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Missouri; Anson R Main, University of Missouri; Doreen Mengel, Missouri Department of Conservation; Keith W Goyne, University of Missouri
4:40 PM
 Genetic conservation and management of the Californian endemic, Torrey pine (Pinus torreyana Parry): Implications of genetic rescue in a long-lived species
Jill A. Hamilton, North Dakota State University; Raphaël Royauté, North Dakota State University; Jessica W. Wright, Conservation of Biodiversity; Paul Hodgskiss, Conservation of Biodiversity; F. Thomas Ledig, University of California Davis
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