COS 154 - Conservation Planning, Policy, And Theory III

Thursday, August 10, 2017: 1:30 PM-5:00 PM
B110-111, Oregon Convention Center
1:30 PM
 Modeling wildlife movement for conservation planning
Eric S. Abelson, U.S. Forest Service
1:50 PM
 The role of identity and community in urban ecological restoration programs
Amanda E Sorensen, Rutgers University; Rebecca Jordan, Rutgers University; Gloria Blaise, Rutgers University; Myla FJ Aronson, Rutgers University; Lindsay K. Campbell, USDA Forest Service; Michelle L. Johnson, USDA Forest Service; Jeffrey A Brown, Rutgers University
2:30 PM
 Land use change, carbon dynamics, and emission mitigation potential of California natural and working lands
David C. Marvin, The Nature Conservancy - California; Benjamin M. Sleeter, USGS; Dick Cameron, The Nature Conservancy - California; Tamara Wilson, USGS; Jinxun Liu, USGS
2:50 PM
 One hundred and two ways ecosystemservices can help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals
Sylvia L. R. Wood, Universite de Quebec en Outaouais; Sarah Jones, Bioversity International; Fabrice DeClerck, Bioversity International; Justin A. Johnson, University of Minnesota
3:10 PM
3:20 PM
 Landscape analysis of pesticide use patterns and ecological exposure
Tom Purucker, USEPA; Amber R. Ignatius, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Ashley Carmen Kuan, Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education; Sumathy Sinnathamby, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) Postdoctoral Research Participant at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Caroline Stevens, US EPA
3:40 PM Cancelled
 Application of portfolio theory in recovery planning for Pacific salmon
Matthew Sloat, Wild Salmon Center; Jonathan B. Armstrong, Oregon State University
4:00 PM
 Are we skimping on data when producing global analyses and blockbuster papers?
Peter Kareiva, UCLA; Michelle A. Marvier, Santa Clara University; Valerie Carranza, UCLA
4:20 PM
 Protecting geophysical diversity as a strategy for biodiversity conservation and land prioritization in the face of climate change in western North America
Rosemary S Pazdral, University of Washington; Joshua J. Lawler, University of Washington; D. Scott Rinnan, University of Washington
4:40 PM
 Using financial and information incentives to increase long-term ecological outcomes
Kristen Boysen, Environmental Incentives; Katie Riley, Environmental Incentives; Eoin Doherty, Environmental Incentives
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