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Conservation and Challenges in the Urban-Wildlife InterfaceRick WilliamsWednesday Feb 24 1:30 PM
Molecular Ecology and Wildlife Conservation GeneticsJody TuckerWednesday Feb 24 1:30 PM
Designing and Implementing Climate Adaptation StrategiesRich Burg and Amber PairisWednesday Feb 24 1:30 PM
Challenges and Conflict in Vertebrate Predator ManagementEsther BurkettWednesday Feb 24 3:35 PM
Wildlife Health and Disease EcologyKirsten Gilardi and Mike ZiccardiWednesday Feb 24 3:35 PM
The Effects of Drought and Water Management on WildlifeRich Burg and Amber PairisWednesday Feb 24 3:35 PM
Ecology and Conservation of Amphibians and ReptilesWendy LoefflerThursday Feb 25 8:30 AM
Human-Wildlife Conflict and SolutionsJeff LincerThursday Feb 25 8:30 AM
Spatial Analysis of Wildlife-Habitat RelationshipsJennifer WilkeningThursday Feb 25 8:30 AM
Wildlife and Renewable EnergyBrock OrtegaThursday Feb 25 8:30 AM
Ecology and Conservation of Desert TortoiseKristin BerryThursday Feb 25 10:35 AM
Policy, Management, and Human Dimensions of Wildlife ManagementLinda LeemanThursday Feb 25 10:35 AM
Wildlife Techniques and TechnologiesNatasha DvorakThursday Feb 25 10:35 AM
Channel Islands EcologyDave GarcelonThursday Feb 25 10:35 AM
Ecology and Management of Wildlife on Military LandsRhys EvansFriday Feb 26 8:30 AM
Ecology and Conservation of BirdsColleen WisinskiFriday Feb 26 8:30 AM
Ecology and Conservation of MesocarnivoresSusanne MarzakFriday Feb 26 8:30 AM
Ecology and Conservation of MammalsPhil WaszFriday Feb 26 10:35 AM
Poster SessionJessica Martini-Lamb Carlos AlvaradoThursday Feb 25 6:00 PM


Session: Conservation and Challenges in the Urban-Wildlife Interface

Chair: Rick Williams, Pacific Gas and Electric

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1John PerrineDO ELECTROMATS EFFECTIVELY PREVENT LARGE AND MEDIUM-SIZED MAMMALS FROM ENTERING THE HIGHWAY?Feb 24 1:35 PM
2John PerrineDO LARGE AND MEDIUM-SIZED MAMMALS USE JUMP-OUT RAMPS TO ESCAPE FROM A FENCED HIGHWAY CORRIDOR?Feb 24 1:55 PM
3Terri ThomasADDRESSING OBSTACLES TO RE-ESTABLISHING THE NATURAL ECOSYSTEM AND NATIVE SPECIES AT MOUNTAIN LAKE IN THE PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCOFeb 24 2:15 PM
4David Lee URBAN COYOTES OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIAFeb 24 2:35 PM
5Jonathan YoungHUMAN-COYOTE CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN AN URBAN NATIONAL PARKFeb 24 2:55 PM

 

Session: Molecular Ecology and Wildlife Conservation Genetics

Chair: Jody Tucker, U.S. Forest Service

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1Brian LavinAMAZING ANGUIDS: THE NORTHERN ALLIGATOR LIZARD (ELGARIA COERULEA) AND BEYONDFeb 24 1:35 PM
2Ketan PatelGENETIC ADMIXTURE IN THE SAN DIEGO FAIRY SHRIMP (BRANCHINECTA SANDIEGONENSIS)Feb 24 1:55 PM
3Jennifer BrazealSCALING-UP NON-INVASIVE GENETIC CAPTURE-MARK-RECAPTURE ESTIMATION TO THE REGIONAL SCALE: AN EXAMPLE WITH THE PACIFIC DEER HERDFeb 24 2:15 PM
4Ben SacksA VIEW INTO THE PHYLOGEOGRAPHY, HISTORICAL DEMOGRAPHY, AND SPECIATION IN THE WORLD'S MOST BASAL CANID, UROCYON SPPFeb 24 2:35 PM
5Cate QuinnUSE OF NON-INVASIVE DNA TO CHARACTERIZE A HIGH-SIERRA COYOTE POPULATION POTENTIALLY IMPACTING THE ENDANGERED SIERRA NEVADA RED FOX DURING FOUR YEARS OF DROUGHTFeb 24 2:55 PM

 

Session: Designing and Implementing Climate Adaptation Strategies

Chair: Rich Burg and Amber Pairis, CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife

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1Amber PairisCLIMATE ADAPTATION IN ACTION: CASE STUDIES IN THE SOUTH COAST ECO-REGIONFeb 24 1:35 PM
2Megan JenningsPLANNING FOR WILDLIFE MOVEMENT IN A CHANGING CLIMATEFeb 24 1:55 PM
3Kim RoelandTECOLOTE CANYON NATURAL PARK NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLANFeb 24 2:15 PM
4Danielle BoudreauCLIMATE UNDERSTANDING AND RESILIENCE IN THE RIVER VALLEY (CURRV)Feb 24 2:35 PM
5Kirk GilliganTHIN-LAYER SALT MARSH SEDIMENT AUGMENTATION PILOT PROJECTFeb 24 2:55 PM

 

Session: Challenges and Conflict in Vertebrate Predator Management

Chair: Esther Burkett, CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife

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1Ryan BaumbuschA MODEL TO EVALUATE BARRED OWL (STRIX VARIA) REMOVAL STRATEGIES FOR NORTHERN SPOTTED OWL (STRIX OCCIDENTALIS CAURINA) CONSERVATION.Feb 24 3:40 PM
2Teresa KingHOW TO TRAIN YOUR RAVEN: TESTING THE RESPONSE TO SNOWY PLOVER NEST EXCLOSURESFeb 24 4:00 PM
3Richard KimINVASIVE SPECIES REMOVAL INCREASES THREATENED CALIFORNIA RED-LEGGED FROG ABUNDANCE AND ALTERS THE DIET OF ENDANGERED SAN FRANCISCO GARTERSNAKESFeb 24 4:20 PM
4Mary WhitfieldIS TARGET MIST-NETTING AN EFFECTIVE CONTROL METHOD FOR REDUCING BROWN-HEADED COWBIRD PARASITISM?Feb 24 4:40 PM
5Karen KovacsTHE CHALLENGE OF NAVIGATING CALIFORNIA GRAY WOLF CONFLICTS (REAL AND PERCEIVED) Feb 24 5:00 PM

 

Session: Wildlife Health and Disease Ecology

Chair: Kirsten Gilardi and Mike Ziccardi, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

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1Stella McMillinEXPOSURE OF TURKEY VULTURES TO PENTOBARBITAL IN MARIN COUNTYFeb 24 3:40 PM
2Brian CypherSARCOPTIC MANGE IN URBAN SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOXES: STATUS, ASSESSMENT, AND INTERVENTION STRATEGIESFeb 24 4:00 PM
3Christine FiorelloPOST-RELEASE MONITORING OF OILED AND REHABILITATED BROWN PELICANS (PELECANUS OCCIDENTALIS) AFFECTED BY THE 2015 REFUGIO OIL SPILLFeb 24 4:20 PM
4Melissa MillerINCREASING EVIDENCE FOR A NOVEL MARINE HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM AND PUTATIVE ANTHROPOGENIC POLLUTANT: UPDATE ON CYANOTOXIN (MICROCYSTIN) TRANSFER FROM LAND TO SEA OTTERSFeb 24 4:40 PM
5Tracey GoldsteinACUTE, SUB-LETHAL AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO DOMOIC ACID IN CALIFORNIA SEA LIONS (ZALOPHUS CALIFORNIANUS)Feb 24 5:00 PM

 

Session: The Effects of Drought and Water Management on Wildlife

Chair: Rich Burg and Amber Pairis, CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife

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1Emily CateGRANIVORE MOVEMENT IN RELATION TO THE CONSERVATION OF THE RARE, ENDEMIC PLANT LASSICS LUPINE (LUPINUS CONSTANCEI)Feb 24 3:40 PM
2Michael WestphalGRASSHOPPER ABUNDANCE IN BLUNT-NOSED LEOPARD LIZARD HABITAT DURING A MAJOR DROUGHTFeb 24 4:00 PM
3Rob SchellCHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH TRANSLOCATION OF A FEDERALLY THREATENED AMPHIBIAN DURING THE WORST DROUGHT IN A GENERATIONFeb 24 4:20 PM
4Renee RobisonQUANTIFYING CHANGE IN WETLAND EXTENT AND ITS EFFECT ON A WESTERN AND CLARK'S GREBE BREEDING POPULATION AT EAGLE LAKE, CA 1997-2010Feb 24 4:40 PM

 

Session: Ecology and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles

Chair: Wendy Loeffler, RECON Environmental

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1Julia Martins ErsanGIANT GARTERSNAKES (THAMNOPHIS GIGAS) SELECTIVELY FORAGE ON NATIVE ANURANSFeb 25 8:35 AM
2Katherine AyresPILOT STUDY FOR USE OF SCENT-DETECTION DOGS IN SURVEYS FOR THE GIANT GARTER SNAKE (THAMNOPHIS GIGAS)Feb 25 8:55 AM
3David RienscheHABITAT USE AND NEST SITE SELECTION BY THE WESTERN POND TURTLE (ACTINEMYS MARMORATA) IN MANAGED CENTRAL CALIFORNIA RANGELANDSFeb 25 9:15 AM
4Patricia ValcarcelPOPULATION STRUCTURE OF PACIFIC POND TURTLE (ACTINEMYS MARMORATA) AT A POND IN THE CALIFORNIA DELTA: RESULTS FROM A COMPLETE TRAPPING AND RELOCATION EFFORTFeb 25 9:35 AM
5Rob SchellPOPULATION RESPONSE OF CALIFORNIA RED-LEGGED FROG TO PREDATOR ERADICATION: A LONG-TERM CASE STUDYFeb 25 9:55 AM

 

Session: Human-Wildlife Conflict and Solutions

Chair: Jeff Lincer, Lincer & Associates

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1Tonya MooreBIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION - PEOPLE MATTER (A POSITIVE VIEW)Feb 25 8:35 AM
2Kenneth MierzwaOPPORTUNITY FROM CONFLICT: RESTORING SPECIAL STATUS SPECIES HABITAT ON CALIFORNIA'S NORTH COASTFeb 25 8:55 AM
3Mike StakeUSING A FREE NON-LEAD AMMUNITION PROGRAM TO ENGAGE HUNTERS AND RANCHERS IN THE GOAL OF REDUCING LEAD EXPOSURE FOR CALIFORNIA CONDORSFeb 25 9:15 AM
4Shannon MendiaEXAMINING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND DIS-SERVICES OF BEAR DAMAGE ON HOOPA VALLEY RESERVATIONFeb 25 9:35 AM
5Brett WalkerMAPPING, PRIORITIZING, AND INCREASING SEASONAL HABITATS FOR GREATER SAGE-GROUSE IN COLORADOFeb 25 9:55 AM

 

Session: Spatial Analysis of Wildlife-Habitat Relationships

Chair: Jennifer Wilkening, U.S. Department of Defense - Camp Pendleton

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1William BeanFINE-SCALE MOVEMENT DECISIONS IN RELATION TO HABITAT SUITABILITY: A CASE STUDY WITH TULE ELK IN THE CARRIZO PLAIN NATIONAL MONUMENTFeb 25 8:35 AM
2Dawn BlakeHABITAT SELECTION OF PILEATED WOODPECKERS (DRYOCOPUS PILEATUS) IN A MANAGED FOREST ON THE HOOPA VALLEY RESERVATIONFeb 25 8:55 AM
3Julia PolasikTALKING ABOUT THE BIRDS AND THE BEES: ABUNDANCE AND DIVERSITY OF BIRDS AND BUMBLE BEES IN BURNED AND UNBURNED RIPARIAN HABITATS IN THE NORTHERN SIERRA NEVADAFeb 25 9:15 AM
4Helen LofflandBUMBLE BEE USE OF MONTANE CHAPARRAL AND RIPARIAN VEGETATION AFTER WILDFIRE IN THE CENTRAL SIERRA NEVADAFeb 25 9:35 AM
5Pete Van HoornMAKING GRAZING WORK AS A CONSERVATION TOOLFeb 25 9:55 AM

 

Session: Wildlife and Renewable Energy

Chair: Brock Ortega, Dudek

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1Robert BurtonA NEW APPROACH TO MANAGING DESERT TORTOISE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY FACILITIESFeb 25 8:35 AM
2Daniel MeadeSAN JOAQUIN KIT FOX HABITAT UTILIZATION AT A LARGE-SCALE SOLAR FACILITYFeb 25 8:55 AM
3Douglas LeslieBACKGROUND AND RESULTS OF THE LARGEST AND LONGEST AVIAN FATALITY MONITORING PROGRAM AT A WIND FARM IN HISTORY, THE ALTAMONT PASSFeb 25 9:15 AM
4Joel ThompsonEFFECTIVENESS OF CUT-IN SPEED ADJUSTMENTS ON REDUCING IMPACTS TO MEXICAN FREE-TAILED BATS AT A WIND ENERGY FACILITY IN NEVADAFeb 25 9:35 AM
5Jade KeehnPREDATION ECOLOGY OF VERTEBRATES AT A CALIFORNIA WIND FARMFeb 25 9:55 AM

 

Session: Ecology and Conservation of Desert Tortoise

Chair: Kristin Berry, U.S. Geological Survey

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1Michael TumaMODELING AGASSIZ'S DESERT TORTOISE POPULATION RESPONSE TO ANTHROPOGENIC STRESSORSFeb 25 10:40 AM
2Kristina DrakeINVASIVE PLANT SPECIES ALTER DIETS AND REDUCE FITNESS AND SURVIVAL IN JUVENILE MOJAVE DESERT TORTOISESFeb 25 11:00 AM
3Kristin BerryCOMPARISONS OF HEALTH IN AGASSIZ'S DESERT TORTOISES AT THREE SITES IN THE MOJAVE DESERTFeb 25 11:20 AM
4Cameron BarrowsIDENTIFYING CLIMATE REFUGIA: A TOOL TO INFORM CONSERVATION STRATEGIES FOR AGASSIZ'S DESERT TORTOISE IN A WARMING FUTUREFeb 25 11:40 AM

 

Session: Policy, Management, and Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management

Chair: Linda Leeman, Ascent Environmental, Inc.

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1Travis HemmenWHO'S ON FIRST? AN OVERVIEW OF THE KEY ROLES AND ENTITIES INVOLVED IN COMPENSATORY MITIGATIONFeb 25 10:40 AM
2Andrea HenkeSPECIES FUNDS: ESTABLISHING CONSERVATION FUNDS TO BENEFIT LISTED SPECIES RECOVERYFeb 25 11:00 AM
3Linda LeemanCLIMATE CHANGE AT THE LOCAL LEVEL: HOW CLIMATE ADAPTATION CAN BE INCORPORATED INTO NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DECISIONSFeb 25 11:20 AM
4Whitney AlbrightASSESSING CLIMATE CHANGE VULNERABILITY OF CALIFORNIA'S VEGETATION: RESEARCH RESULTS AND APPLICATION TO CONSERVATION PLANNINGFeb 25 11:40 AM

 

Session: Wildlife Techniques and Technologies

Chair: Natasha Dvorak, Swaim Biological

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1Pamela Rueda-CedielTHE RELIABILITY OF POPULATION VIABILITY ANALYSIS FOR SPECIES WITH DIFFERENT GENERATION TIMESFeb 25 10:40 AM
2Sharon DulavaEVALUATING THE USE OF UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (UAS) FOR MONITORING COLONIAL NESTING WATERBIRDSFeb 25 11:00 AM
3Katie MoriartyRETAINED SATELLITE INFORMATION INFLUENCES PERFORMANCE OF MINIATURE GPS DEVICES (45-51G) IN A FORESTED ECOSYSTEM: A CASE STUDY WITH PACIFIC MARTENFeb 25 11:20 AM
4Jennifer RechelGIS TECHNIQUES FOR ANALYZING AND MAPPING FIELD DATAFeb 25 11:40 AM

 

Session: Channel Islands Ecology

Chair: Dave Garcelon, Institute for Wildlife Studies

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1Jesse MaestasISLAND FOX MONITORING AND DEMOGRAPHY ON SAN CLEMENTE ISLANDFeb 25 10:40 AM
2Susan MeimanREPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS OF THE SAN CLEMENTE BELL'S SPARROW ON A RECOVERING LANDSCAPEFeb 25 11:00 AM
3Nathan MellingPEREGRINE FALCON RECOVERY ON THE CHANNEL ISLANDSFeb 25 11:20 AM
4Amanda ChisholmARGENTINE ANT (LINEPITHEMA HUMILE, MAYR) DETECTION, MONITORING, AND ERADICATION EFFORT ON NAVAL AUXILIARY LANDING FIELD SAN CLEMENTE ISLANDFeb 25 11:40 AM

 

Session: Ecology and Management of Wildlife on Military Lands

Chair: Rhys Evans, U.S. Department of Defense - Vandenberg Air Force Base

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1Karah AmmannMONITORING ENDANGERED BLACK ABALONE ON VANDENBERG AND SAN CLEMENTE ISLANDFeb 26 8:35 AM
2Francis VillablancaSPECIES LEVEL IDENTIFICATION: GENETIC APPROACHES ARE CLOSER TO BECOMING ROUTINEFeb 26 8:55 AM
3Sparrow McMorranENDANGERED SPECIES PREDATOR CONTROL STRATEGIES, MCB CAMP PENDLETONFeb 26 9:15 AM
4Wendy Pearson-PresteraLONG-TERM MOVEMENTS OF TRANSLOCATED RAPTORS, MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, 2013 - 2015Feb 26 9:35 AM
5Robert TurnerTHE CURRENT STATUS OF GOLDEN EAGLES ON THE NEVADA TEST AND TRAINING RANGE (NTTR)Feb 26 9:55 AM
6Kenneth NagyDESERT TORTOISE HEAD-START RESEARCH AT THREE MILITARY BASES IN CALIFORNIA'S MOJAVE DESERTFeb 26 10:40 AM
7Jeremy MackINTO THE GREAT WIDE OPEN: HEALTH AND SURVIVAL OF 119 HEAD-STARTED AGASSIZ'S DESERT TORTOISES AT EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, CAFeb 26 11:00 AM
8Natalie GoddardLANDSCAPE GENETICS OF THE SAN DIEGO FAIRY SHRIMP (BRANCHINECTA SANDIEGONENSIS)Feb 26 11:20 AM
9Curtis TwellmannUNDERSTANDING FERAL CAT ECOLOGY IN AN ISLAND ECOSYSTEM: RESEARCH ALLOWS FOR ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT MITIGATING IMPACTS ON SENSITIVE ENDEMIC SPECIESFeb 26 11:40 AM
10Jamie MillerSNOWY PLOVER NEST SITE SELECTION AND DISTRIBUTION BEFORE AND AFTER RESTORING COASTAL DUNE HABITAT ON VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIAFeb 26 12:00 PM

 

Session: Ecology and Conservation of Birds

Chair: Colleen Wisinski, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research

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1Shannon McNeilCUCKOOS ATTRACTING MATES: WHO COOS FOR WHO?Feb 26 8:35 AM
2Murrelet HaltermanHISTORY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE YELLOW-BILLED CUCKOO SURVEY PROTOCOLFeb 26 8:55 AM
3Benjamin DavidsonNOVEL ACOUSTIC ENVIRONMENTS COMPROMISE SONG PERFORMANCE IN CHIPPING SPARROWSFeb 26 9:15 AM
4Tracy MulhollandEFFECTS OF ANTHROPOGENIC NOISE EXPOSURE ON THE FITNESS OF NESTING SONGBIRDSFeb 26 9:35 AM
5Shannon MurphyPARENTAL CARE BEHAVIORS IN BRANDT'S CORMORANT (PHALACROCORAX PENICILLATUS): EFFECTS ON REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS AND USE AS INDICATORS OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENTFeb 26 9:55 AM
6David OrluckAMPHIPOD DISTRIBUTION IN RELATION TO SNOWY PLOVER (CHARADRIUS NIVOSUS NIVOSUS) HABITAT IN COASTAL NORTHERN CALIFORNIAFeb 26 10:40 AM
7David RienscheWESTERN SNOWY PLOVER (CHARADRIUS ALEXANDRINUS NIVOSUS) NEST SITE SELECTION AND OYSTER SHELL ENHANCEMENT Feb 26 11:00 AM
8Joanna WuGREAT GRAY OWLS NESTING IN ATYPICAL, LOW-ELEVATION HABITAT IN THE SIERRA NEVADA Feb 26 11:20 AM
9Robert HamiltonNESTING BIRD POLICY: WE CAN DO MUCH BETTERFeb 26 11:40 AM
10Eric WoodOBSERVED AND PREDICTED EFFECTS OF HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ON BIRD SPECIES RICHNESS AND ABUNDANCE IN US PROTECTED AREASFeb 26 12:00 PM

 

Session: Ecology and Conservation of Mesocarnivores

Chair: Susanne Marzak, San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research

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1Rebecca GreenCHARACTERISTICS OF FISHER (PEKANIA PENNANTI) REPRODUCTIVE DENS IN THE SOUTHERN SIERRA NEVADAFeb 26 8:35 AM
2Jody TuckerVARIATION IN INTERSPECIFIC NICHE OVERLAP ACROSS A LATITUDINAL AND CLIMATIC GRADIENT: MARTEN AND FISHER AT THEIR RANGE MARGINS IN THE SOUTHERN SIERRA NEVADAFeb 26 8:55 AM
3Rick SweitzerLANDSCAPE FUEL REDUCTION, FOREST FIRE, AND BIOPHYSICAL LINKAGES TO LOCAL HABITAT USE AND LOCAL EXTINCTION OF FISHERS (PEKANIA PENNANTI) IN THE SOUTHERN SIERRA NEVADAFeb 26 9:15 AM
4Rick SweitzerNATURAL AND HUMAN-LINKED MORTALITY RISKS AND LIMITS TO POPULATION GROWTH OF FISHERS IN CALIFORNIAFeb 26 9:35 AM
5Tory WestallPARENTAL CARE IN URBAN SAN JOAQUIN KIT FOXES (VULPES MACROTIS MUTICA): RELATIVE ROLES OF ADULT GROUP MEMBERS IN PUP REARINGFeb 26 9:55 AM

 

Session: Ecology and Conservation of Mammals

Chair: Phil Wasz, ECORP Consulting, Inc.

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1Leila HarrisSTATEWIDE ASSESSMENT OF TOWNSEND'S BIG-EARED BAT IN CALIFORNIA: A COLLABORATIVE EFFORT FOR A CANDIDATE SPECIESFeb 26 10:40 AM
2Carly CreleyCHANGES IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE EASTERN GRAY SQUIRREL, SCIURUS CAROLINENSIS, IN CALIFORNIA FROM 1900-2015 WITH PROJECTIONS FOR ITS POTENTIAL FUTURE RANGEFeb 26 11:00 AM
3Katie SmithSALT MARSH HARVEST MOUSE HABITAT PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE: OUR EVOLVING UNDERSTANDING OF THE HABITAT REQUIREMENTS OF THIS "HABITAT SPECIALIST"Feb 26 11:20 AM
4Morgan GrayDIGGING INTO THE IMPORTANCE OF ANTHROPIC LAND USE IN SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELSFeb 26 11:40 AM

 

Session: Poster Session

Chair: Jessica Martini-Lamb Carlos Alvarado,

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