95th ESA Annual Meeting (August 1 -- 6, 2010)

COS 111 - Conservation Planning, Policy, and Theory

Friday, August 6, 2010: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
333, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Patrick D. Shirey
8:20 AM
Ignorant conservation: Designing reserve networks to protect unobserved biodiversity
Bruce Kendall, University of California Santa Barbara; Carissa J. Klein, University of Queensland; Hugh P. Possingham, University of Queensland
8:40 AM
Multi-scale habitat-resistance models for predicting road mortality hotspots for reptiles and amphibians
David A. Patrick, Paul Smith's College; James P. Gibbs, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry; D. Viorel Popescu, University of Maine, Orono
9:00 AM
Designing landscapes for sustainable bird populations in the Southeastern United States
Allison T. Moody, Auburn University; James B. Grand, USGS Alabama Cooperative Fisheries and Wildlife Research Unit; Jaime Collazo, North Carolina State University; Tim Jones, USFWS Atlantic Coast Joint Venture; Craig Watson, USFWS Atlantic Coast Joint Venture
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
Seasonality determines the utility of landscape corridors for promoting seed dispersal by birds
Nash Turley, University of Washington; Doug J. Levey, University of Florida; Joshua J. Tewksbury, Future Earth
10:10 AM
Ecology: Not in our backyards
Laura J. Martin, Cornell University; Erle Ellis, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Bernd Blossey, Cornell University
10:30 AM
Differential reproductive success in a red-cockaded woodpecker population:  Implications for hatch failure rates and translocation policy
Gregory R. Schrott, Archbold Biological Station; Lauren Gilson, Archbold Biological Station; Reed Bowman, Archbold Biological Station
10:50 AM
Implications of commercial trade for assisted colonization of endangered plants
Patrick D. Shirey, University of Notre Dame; Brianna N. Kunycky, University of Notre Dame; Dominic Chaloner, University of Notre Dame; Michael A. Brueseke, University of Notre Dame; Gary A. Lamberti, University of Notre Dame