PS 66
Latebreaking: Conservation

Friday, August 15, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Sacramento Convention Center
Management of the Sawmill Slough Preserve, University of North Florida
Justin M. Lemmons, University of North Florida; Adam M. Bauernfeind, University of North Florida; Chuck Hubbuch, University of North Florida
Comparison of two least-cost path modeling methods for predicting external home range movements of white-tailed deer in a fragmented agricultural landscape
Matthew T. Springer, Southern Illinois University Carbondale; Clayton K. Nielsen, Southern Illinois University; Eric M. Schauber, Southern Illinois University
WhatFrog: Development of app and web interface for automated anuran recognition and mapping
Katrina Smart, Florida Institute of Technology; Hugo Serrano, Florida Institute of Technology; Michelle Luce, Florida Institute of Technology; Mark B. Bush, Florida Institute of Technology; Ronaldo Menezes, Florida Institute of Technology; Eraldo Ribeiro, Florida Institute of Technology
Which species are we researching and why? A case study using British birds and mammals
Ailsa J. McKenzie, Newcastle University; Mark J. Whittingham, Newcastle University; Peter A. Robertson, National Wildlife Management Centre
Using GIS to determine the success of amphibian reproduction in man-made vernal pools
Brock T. Couch, Missouri Western State University; Dr. Mark Mills, Missouri Western State University; Dr. Dawn Drake, Missouri Western State University
An assessment of freshwater turtle populations at Oak Mountain State Park
Elizabeth K. Grolle, California State University, Stanislaus; Jenny E. Layton, Samford University
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The recreational value of Baiyangdian Lake in northern China: An application of travel cost method (widthdrawn)
Bo Jiang, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Zhiyun Ouyang, Chinese Academy of Sciences
A new conservation assessment for the Ecuadorian spiny pocket mouse informed by optimized ecological niche models and updated land cover and protected area data
Jamie M. Kass, City College of the City University of New York; Robert P. Anderson, City College of New York, City University of New York
Does sea otter predation enhance abalone recruitment via aggregation? Initial assessment of red abalone settlement in the Monterey Bay
April D. Makukhov, California State University, Monterey Bay; Laura Rogers-Bennett, California Department of Fish and Wildlife; Cynthia A. Catton, California Department of Fish and Wildlife; Fiorenza Micheli, Stanford University; Jennifer K. O'Leary, Stanford University Hopkins Marine Station
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Ecological impacts of rat removal on Mediterranean Sea islands
Johannes Foufopoulos, University of Michigan; Caitlin Weber, School of Natural Resources & Environment, University of Michigan; Jakob Fric, Hellenic Ornithological Society; Panayiotis Pafilis, University of Athens
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