PS 70 - Latebreaking: Conservation Management

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Oil Palm as an emerging driver of deforestation in the Peruvian Moist Tropics: Implications for conservation
Varsha Vijay, Duke University; Chantal D. Reid, Duke University; Matt Finer, Amazon Conservation Association; Clinton N. Jenkins, Instituto de Pesquisas Ecol├│gicas; Stuart L. Pimm, Duke University
 Environmental DNA assays are effective tools to monitor endangered vernal pool branchiopods
Shannon Rose Kieran, University of California; Joshua M. Hull, University of California; Amanda J. Finger, University of California, Davis
 Ecology and population restoration of the Miami blue butterfly (Cyclargus thomasi bethunebakeri) in the Florida Keys
Sarah R. Steele Cabrera, Florida Museum of Natural History; Jaret C. Daniels, Florida Museum of Natural History; Matthew J. Standridge, Florida Museum of Natural History; Kristin Rossetti, Florida Museum of Natural History
 Nest modification of the Japanese orchard bee (Osmia cornifrons) protects its immature stages from a cleptoparasitic mite
Neelendra K. Joshi, University of Arkansas; David J. Biddinger, Penn State Fruit Research & Extension Center
 What Characterizes a Healthy Wetland in an Urban Environment?
Melanie Rathburn, Mount Royal University; Alyce Straub, Mount Royal University
 Higher trophic connectivity and dietary generalism predict increasing occupancy of tropical forest mammals
Lydia Beaudrot, University of Michigan; Miguel A. Acevedo, Universidad de Puerto Rico; Nyeema Harris, University of Michigan; Jean-Philippe Lessard, Concordia University
Cancelled
 Entanglement in fishing gear threatens recovery of endangered whales
Amy Knowlton, New England Aquarium; James S. Clark, Duke University; Phil Hamilton, New England Aquarium; Scott Kraus, New England Aquarium; Heather Pettis, New England Aquarium; Rosalind Rolland, New England Aquarium; Robert Schick, Duke University
 Utilizing NASA Earth Observations to delineate riparian corridors and evaluate invasive species cover in the Verde River Watershed
Sarah Carroll, NASA DEVELOP; Amandeep Vashisht, NASA DEVELOP; Chanin Tilakamonkul, NASA DEVELOP; Leana Scwartz, NASA DEVELOP; Paul Evangelista, Colorado State University; Brian Woodward, Colorado State University; Amanda West, Colorado State University
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