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

PS 98 - Latebreaking: Conservation Management

Friday, August 6, 2010: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Stable isotope analysis of the sandbar shark, Carcharinus plumbeus: A minimally invasive method for comparison of diet and trophic relationships between genders, locations, and age classes
David Shiffman, College of Charleston; Bryan Frazier, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources; Gorka Sancho, College of Charleston; John Kucklick, Holling Marine Laboratory; Daniel Abel, Coastal Carolina University; Tracey Sutton, Virginia Instittue of Marine Science; Kristene Parsons, Virginia Instittue of Marine Science
Collaboration in conservation: A method for volunteer-scientist teams to monitor plant community composition long-term in a private old-growth forest
Erin J. Fleming, University of Missouri - St. Louis; Nelson F. Galvis, University of Missouri - St. Louis; Bette A. Loiselle, University of Missouri - St. Louis; Julia F. Nerbonne, University of Minnesota
CANCELLED - Conservation and connectedness:  Social network analysis of environmental groups in Calumet
Douglas Johnston, University of Ilinois- Chicago; Amy Belaire, University of Illinois at Chicago; Douglas Lynch, University of Ilinois- Chicago; Andrew Dribin, University of Ilinois- Chicago; Emily Minor, University of Illinois at Chicago
Genetic diversity  and the effective population size of captive populations of Haplochromis piceatus, a critically endangered Lake Victoria cichlid
Erin R. McMullin, Denison University; Katelyn Bonko, Bowling Green State University; Sara Hansen, Denison University; Jay Hemdal, Toledo Zoo
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