COS 129 - Conservation Planning, Policy, And Theory II

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
B110-111, Oregon Convention Center
8:40 AM
 Vegetated highway medians as foraging habitat for mammals in an eastern Canadian boreal forest
Ashley A. D. McLaren, Trent University; April Robin Martinig, University of Alberta
9:00 AM
 Does matrix structure influence the strength of the species-area relationship in fragmented landscapes?
Ian J. Reider, John Carroll University; James I. Watling, James Carroll University
9:20 AM
 Communicated impact versus ecological impact of biological invasions: A quantitative synthesis
Kali Z. Mattingly, Ohio State University; Danielle Frevola, Ohio State University; Kaitlin Kinney, Ohio State University; Jessie Lanterman, Ohio State University; Tara Pelletier, Ohio State University; Ross Schwartz, Ohio State University; Drew Spacht, Ohio State University; Benjamin Stucke, Ohio State University; Stephen M. Hovick, Ohio State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
 Pet problems: Factors that influence introductions of non-native reptiles and amphibians from the pet trade
Oliver C. Stringham, Rutgers University; Julie L. Lockwood, Rutgers University
10:10 AM
 Quantitative support for conservation monitoring
Spring L. Strahm, Conservation Biology Institute; Douglas H. Deutschman, San Diego State University; Zach Principe, The Nature Conservancy; Trisha Smith, The Nature Conservancy
10:30 AM Cancelled
10:50 AM
 The master sample concept as a catalyst for collaborative continental-scale research and monitoring
Thomas J. Rodhouse, National Park Service; Kathryn M. Irvine, US Geological Survey
11:10 AM Cancelled
 Greenhouse gas flux and soil carbon in natural, restored and drained Prairie Pothole wetlands
Sheel Bansal, U.S. Geological Survey; Brian Tangen, US Geological Survey; Ray Finocchiaro, US Geological Survey; Deborah Buhl, U.S. Geological Survey; Kevin D. Kroeger, US Geological Survey; Kyler Sherry, Colorado State University; Stephen Ogle, Colorado State University
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